The world of music faces a terrible loss, since yesterday the guitar player from the Swedish musical group of the 1970s, ABBA, Lasse Wellander, died at 70 years of age, as reported by his family on social networks.
In social networks, the relatives of the ABBA guitaristwho helped create the song ‘Mamma Mia’, revealed that Lasse Wellander died over the weekend After battling the deadly disease cancer.
“It is with indescribable sadness that we have to announce that our beloved Lasse has fallen asleep. Lasse recently fell ill with what turned out to be widespread cancer and, early on Good Friday, passed away quietly, surrounded by those closest to him.”
In addition, to reveal how the death of ABBA guitarist Lasse Wellander, the relatives took advantage of social networks to say goodbye to the musician with a tender message.
“You were a great musician and humble like few others, but above all you were a wonderful husband, father, brother, uncle and grandfather. Kind, safe, affectionate and much more, which cannot be described in words. The center in our lives, and It is unimaginable that now we have to live without you. We love you and miss you very much,” they published.
Since 1975, Lasse Wellander has been a guitarist for the ABBA group, made up of Agnetha, Björn, Benny and Anni-Frid, and the last song he participated in was ‘The Visitors’, in 1982. However, today the legendary musician died at 70 years old.