The Seeds Singer Sky Saxon Has Died

Flower power musician reported to be 63 years old

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Cult psych rock singer Sky “Sunlight” Saxon, most famously leader of Los Angeles garage group The Seeds died on Thursday June 25, reportedely aged 63.

A message posted on skysaxon.com simply reads: “Sky Sunlight Saxon passed over to the other side 6/25/2009 at 9:10am. Sabrina Saxon and Joshua Aquarian were at his side. He passed peacefully and with no pain.”

Cause of Saxon’s death is yet to be released.

See a 2009 live performance by The Seeds of famous track “Can’t Seem To Make You Mine” here:





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