Alan Merrill, 'I Love Rock 'N' Roll' Songwriter, Dies From Coronavirus At 69

Alan Merrill,
Alan Merrill, 'I Love Rock 'N' Roll' Songwriter, Dies From Coronavirus At 69

"The Coronavirus Took My Father This Morning," Laura Merrill Wrote On Facebook On Sunday

Alan Merrill Was An American Vocalist, Guitarist, Songwriter, Actor And Model. He Was The Co-writer Of, And Singer Of The Original Version Of The Song "I Love Rock 'n' Roll" Recorded By The Arrows In 1975.

"How Could This Be?" Merrill's Daughter Said. "I Was Just At His Show A Couple Of Weeks Ago. I Had Just Photographed His Portrait For His New Album. Texted With Him Earlier. He Played Down The 'cold' He Thought He Had."

"People Are Dying. You Don’t Think It’ll Happen To You Or Your Strong Family. It Has. Stay Home If Not For You...for Others. For My Dad. This Thing Is Real. We Probably Won’t Be Able To Mourn Him Properly With A Funeral. I Just Lost The Greatest Love Of My Life And Won’t Be Able To Hug Anyone Because I’ve Been Exposed And Need To Self Quarantine For Two Weeks....alone," She Added.

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