A famous musician has just taken her final breath at the age of 61. Lorna Doom, best known for her musical talents in the punk rock band called The Germs has passed away. Her bandmates confirmed the sad news via social media.
"Doom, whose real name is Teresa Ryan, joined The Germs in the 1970s. At the time, the band's lineup included singer Darby Crash, guitarist Pat Smear, and Belinda Carlisle. Carlisle would later go on to be the lead singer of The Go-Go's," reported Fox News.
Lorna's cause of death has not been revealed at this time. Lorna's real name was Teresa Ryan and she had been a member of the band since the 1970s. Fans from around the world took to social media to share touching tributes about the musician and to pay their respects.
"The band went through a lot of changes in its lineup before adding on Bolles as their drummer and releasing 'GI' on Slash Records in 1979. The group disbanded a year later when Crash died by suicide in 1980 at age 22. More than two decades later, Doom, Smear and Bolles would reunite in The Germs biopic 'What We Do Is Secret,' with actor Shane West in the role of Crash," reported Fox News.
Please join us in praying for Lorna's family and friends during this sad time. We pray that God brings them peace and comforts them as they mourn Lorna's passing.
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