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All Quiet Now: Reg Presley

Reg Presley, lead singer of 60s British rock band The Troggs, has died aged 71. The frontman died at his home in Hampshire surrounded by his family. The Troggs had a number of hit songs, including Wild Thing (wriiten by Chip Taylor), With A Girl Like You, which reached number 1 in the charts, and Love Is All Around, which was covered in the 1990s with huge success by Wet Wet Wet. Presley had announced his retirement from music a year ago after being taken ill during a concert in Germany and being diagnosed with lung cancer. Music publicist Keith Altham said on Facebook his “dear old pal” had died after “a succession of recent strokes and a losing battle with cancer”. In January 2012, in a letter to fans posted on his band’s website, Presley had said: “As you all know I was taken ill whilst doing a gig in Germany in December. During my stay in hospital tests showed that in fact I have lung cancer. “I am receiving chemotherapy treatment and at the moment not feeling too bad. “However I’ve had to call time on The Troggs and retire. I would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for the cards and calls and for your love, loyalty and support over the years.” Reg Presley had suffered a number of strokes recently Presley was...

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Published On: March 28, 2016
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