Gene Deer Death – Gene Deer, an American blues, rock, and country musician/singer/songwriter based out of Indianapolis, Indiana has passed away. Deer reportedly died unexpectedly on Wednesday, January 3. He made everyone feel like his friend and his music touched your soul. He was an Indiana great and a legend. In addition to performing live at the historic Slippery Noodle Inn in Indianapolis on a regular basis, Gene Deer took the opportunity to record and release two albums under the Slippery Noodle Sound label.
Gene Deer was selected as the “Best Local Blues Band” by the readers of Nuvo Newsweekly for a period of nine years in a row, from 1995 to 2003. He was engaged by Kenny Brack, an Indy race driver, in the year 2002 to serve as the band leader and musical director for Kenny Brack and the Subwoofers. In 2003, the band went on tour with the Indy Racing League.
The CD “Live in Nashville” was issued by Kenny Brack and the Subwoofers, and it featured Ed King, who had previously played guitar for Lynyrd Skynyrd. When he was in South Africa in 2007, he went on tour with a band named The Raging Calm, which was his support band.
Gene Deer Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…
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