Kind Country Band Member and also their Mandolin player, Max Graham has reportedly passed away. The news of his death was confirmed on social media today. His cause of death is not yet known at the time of filing this report.
Max was part of the Kind Country music group known for their live performances at theatres, bars, auditoriums and festivals. The Minneapolis based band was formed in 2012.
The music group Originally started as a four-piece string band, the band expanded into a six-member ensemble featuring Mitch Johnson and Brandon Johnson as their guitarist, Max Graham played the mandolin, Joe Sheehan was their bassist, Chris Forsberg took over the violin and Chris Wittrock played the drum.
Reacting to Max’s death the Bodega’s Alley took their official Facebook page to pen down a tribute to the late star. In the tribute Bodega’s said no one lit up the stage quite like Max.
Read What They Posted:- We are deeply saddened to hear the passing of Max Graham. No one lit up a stage quite like Max. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends. We are forever grateful to have known such a kind country soul. He was like family here and will be greatly missed by all. May the four winds blow you safely home.
You Are Everything We Strive For This Festival To Be… – Boats and Bluegrass Festival
The Boats and Bluegrass Festival has also reacted to the death of Max Graham, saying that he was one of the reasons they work to keep the festival going.
Via their Facebook page, they wrote – Our hearts hurt as we grieve the loss of a dear friend. Max Graham, you are everything we strive for this festival to be; welcoming, high spirited, genuine, purposeful, and so much more. We take comfort knowing that you are alive and with us in those meaningful campfire jams, those big long bear hugs, and those moments where strangers become friends and friends become family. We love you Max and our community has been forever changed by you