Rowland 'Boon' Gould, who was the guitarist in Level 42, is dead.
The English musician was yesterday found dead by police at his home in Dorset.
It will write to the BBC and several other british media.
the cause of Death is not disclosed. He was 64.
Level 42 playing at Smukfest in Skanderborg, denmark on Thursday 8. august, but the concert will probably not be affected by the death, as Rowland 'Boon' Gould not toured with the veterans.
He was with to form Level 42 on the Isle of Wight in 1979 and listed as a songwriter on the group's biggest hits, 'Something About You', 'Lessons in Love' and 'Running in the Family', all of which went into the top 10 in the country of origin.
Rowland 'Boon' Gould left the band in 1987, but was subsequently associated with the band as primarily a lyricist.
the Guitarist was the brother of the group's drummer, Phil Gould.
Rowland 'Boon' Gould had a long-standing health problems and was suffering from anxiety attacks.
Bassist and singer with Level 42, Mark King, remembering his deceased colleague on Twitter, where he among other things writes, 'now you have no pain anymore, my friend'.
It is with the heaviest of hearts that I have to tell you of the passing of our dear friend and brother Boon Gould. the— Mark King (@markking) 1. may 2019
Dorset Police confirmed that he was found dead to his home on Tuesday morning.
You are at peace now Boon, no more pain mate.
Thank you for everything.
Mark x" pic.twitter.com/adyjdCKSNe