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Dino Brassea RIP

Word reaches us of the passing of Dino Brassea, who sang and played flute in Cast for many years. By our count, Brassea appeared on 11 Cast albums between 1994 and 2002. He also released music as a solo artist.

by Jon Davis, Published 2019-11-04

From the Cast Official Facebook page:

Con profunda tristeza la familia CAST participa del Fallecimiento de Dino Carlo Brassea Eguia, ex-vocalista de la banda y una persona dotada de un talento natural extraordinario pero sobretodo un entrañable amigo. Te extrañaremos por siempre pero dejas un legado imborrable en la memoria de los que te conocimos y de aquellos que disfrutaron de tu arte. Nuestro sincero pésame para sus hijos, familiares y amigos. Descansa en Paz DINO BRASSEA.


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Related artist(s): Dino Brassea, Cast

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