King's X singer-bassist dUg Pinnick, Dokken / Lynch Mob guitar great George Lynch and Korn drummer Ray Luzier have found some common musical ground with their new project KXM. The trio have united to record a new album, and the self-titled disc is on schedule for a March 11 release through Rat Pak Records.
King's X drummer Jerry Gaskill has been hit with a bit of bad luck lately. Back in February, he suffered a heart attack and underwent emergency surgery before recovering and leaving the hospital after three weeks under professional care. Now, Gaskill and his wife Julie have suffered great losses due to Hurricane Sandy, including losing almost all of their belongings and being dislodged from their
King's X will be returning to the road in September as direct support to Kansas. This is more than just a run of the mill tour announcement, because the band's drummer Jerry Gaskill suffered a major heart attack earlier this year. He has recovered enough to be able to get back on the road.
Good news to report today regarding King’s X drummer Jerry Gaskill’s health: The stickman, who suffered a heart attack on Feb. 26 and was rushed to the hospital for emergency surgery, is on the upswing, according to a few positive updates from King’s X frontman Dug Pinnick.
King’s X singer-bassist Dug Pinnick recently issued an update on drummer Jerry Gaskill’s health. Gaskill, suffered a heart attack on Feb. 26 and was subsequently admitted to the hospital for an emergency operation and extended care.
AS we reported yesterday, King's X drummer Jerry Gaskill suffered a heart attack on Saturday night. The band has just updated their fans on the condition of Gaskill, stating that there are some positive signs concerning his recovery.
King's X drummer Jerry Gaskill suffered a heart attack Saturday night, according to a Facebook post from singer-bassist DUg Pinnick. The veteran prog-rock band's stickman (far right in above photo) apparently is in stable condition after being operated on at a hospital.