News Obituaries Scott Asheton (Stooges) passes away at 64

Scott Asheton (Stooges) passes away at 64

Posted March 26, 2014, 5:28 p.m. in Obituaries by Loren

The Stooges drummer, Scott Asheton, has passed away due to illness at the age of 64. Asheton's brother, Ron, who also played with the Stooges passed in 2009.

Scott Asheton last played with The Stooges on June 11, 2011 and recorded on 2013's Ready to Die. Terry Mullins hs been drumming with the band live.


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