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Former Nine Inch Nails Star James Woolley Dead At 50 2016 In Review

01/02/2017
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Nine Inch Nails

(TeamRock) There was sad news to report in mid-August when we learned that former Nine Inch Nails keyboard player James Woolley died at the age of 50. Woolley played with Nine Inch Nails from 1991 to 1994 and toured with the band during their most successful period following the release of 1994 album The Downward Spiral.

His death was confirmed in a Facebook post by his ex wife Kate Van Buren. She says: "James always stayed close to his children. He loved being a father. Because of significant neck and spine injuries, he wasn't capable of doing a lot of physical activities with them, but he loved sitting down to paint, or teach piano, or just look at nature. He passed his amazing musical and artistic talents to all three children."

As well as Nine Inch Nails, Woolley worked with Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford on his band 2wo and also worked on his own project Void. Read more here.

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