Page And Plant’s Drummer Dies Aged 39

Michael Lee also played with The Cult and Echo And The Bunnymen

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Michael Lee, the drummer most famous for his work with Robert Plant and Jimmy Page in the 1990s, has died aged 39.

Lee (top right above) passed away earlier this week – November 24 or 25, according to conflicting reports – and the circumstances or causes of his death are currently unknown.

The drummer first worked with Robert Plant on his 1993 solo album “Fate Of Nations”, before playing with the singer and Jimmy Page on their 1994 set “No Quarter: Jimmy Page And Robert Plant Unledded”.

Lee also performed on the duo’s Steve Albini-produced follow-up, 1998’s “Walking Into Clarksdale”.

He also played with The Cult, Echo And The Bunnymen and the reformed Thin Lizzy during his career.

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