Gord Lewis: ‘Teenage Head’ guitarist murdered – Dead for two days before body found

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Guitarist Gord Lewis was found dead at his home and everything indicates that the co-founding member of complex “Teenage Head” was murdered from his son. Gord’s lifeless body was found at his home in Ontario while his 41-year-old son has already been arrested on charges of second-degree murder.

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According to police, the 65-year-old man had been dead for at least two or three days before officers found him. Identifying his body was not easy due to the “level of decomposition” on the body, according to CBC Hamilton.

Authorities went to Gord Lewis’ apartment after receiving emails saying there was “a dead person” in the apartment. Corresponding emails were also sent last Sunday to the local news site, CBC Hamiltonby Jonathan Lewis, who wrote that his father was dead.

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Gord Lewis founded the punk band Teenage Head with Frankie Venom, Steve Mahon and Nick Skye Frankie Venom, who died in 2008, Steve Mahon and Nick Stipanic. The guitarist’s brother, Brian, told CBC the family is “broken and torn» since his death.

“It’s the loss of a beloved brother and a very complicated situation,” he said. Brian Lewis described Gordon Lewis as a “kind, creative, musically inspired, loving and loyal man”.

The news of the guitarist’s death was announced by the band Teenage Head through the band’s official Facebook account. “We are devastated and still trying to process the loss of our friend, colleague and brother Gord Lewis. Our hearts go out to his family and all who knew and loved him. Gord was a strength and inspiration to many. He was taken from us too earlyhe wrote in the post.

Teenage Head formed in 1975 and had a big hit starting in Canada, with songs like ‘Let’s Shake’ and ‘Some Kinda Fun’.

Source: News Beast

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