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Robby Steinhardt, Violinist and Co-Founder of Kansas Has Died, Age 71

Robby Steinhardt, who helped create the iconic sound of Progressivle Rock greats Kansas has died. He was 71. He passed away on Saturday, July 17th, 2021 of complications from acute pancreatitis. A classically trained violinist, Kansas native song who named the band and sang harmony vocals on all of the bands’ biggest songs, including “Carry on Wayward Son,” “Dust in the Wind” and “Point of Know Return.” Steinhardt relocated to the bay area in the early 1980s and with guitarist Rick Moon formed the band Steinhardt-Moon, which morphed into Stormbringer. Over the years he re-joined the other founding members of Kansas for reunion tours and albums. Robby’s family shared a message with the news of his passing.
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Robby Steinhardt, Kansas Founding Member, Dies

Robby Steinhardt, a founding member, co-lead singer and violinist of the rock band Kansas, died July 17, 2021. His death, at age 71, was revealed by his wife, Cindy, today (July 19). The musician had been admitted to Tampa General hospital on May 13, suffering from acute pancreatitis. He never fully recovered. On the day he was to be moved to a rehabilitation center, a fever set in. Steinhardt was able to greet his wife and daughter, but he passed minutes later.
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Kansas singer, violinist Robby Steinhardt has died at 71

Robby Steinhardt, the co-lead vocalist of Kansas whose violin playing helped give the band its distinctive sound, died Saturday from a combination of acute pancreatitis and sceptic shock, his wife, Cindy Steinhardt, said Monday. He was 71. Robby Steinhardt had been in a Tampa hospital since May 13, and he suffered a second, fatal sepsis infection July 17, a day before he was scheduled to be transferred to a rehab center, his wife said in a social media post.
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Kansas Rock Violinist Robby Steinhardt Dies at 71

Robert E. “Robby” Steinhardt, a violinist and vocalist with the progressive rock band Kansas, has died due to complications from pancreatitis. He was 71. His wife, Cindy Steinhardt, said he died Saturday at a hospital in Tampa, Florida. She announced via Facebook on Monday (July 19) that he had just recorded his first solo album and had been looking forward to being back on stage and going on tour.
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Robby Steinhardt (Kansas) has died at 71

Robert “Robby” Eugene Steinhardt – known as the longtime violinist and vocalist for legendary rockers Kansas (from the years 1973–1982 and 1997–2006) – has died at the age of 71 due to complications from acute pancreatitis. Robby had been recording his new album with producer Michael Franklin, who put together...
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Millie Locus leaves Kansas.

—— In the 1900 census of Nahunta township, Wayne County: farmer Wiley Locus, 44; wife Avey, 31; children Hyman, 12, Annie, 10, Mary, 9, Millie, 6, Wade H., 2, and Emma, 9 months; and boarder Silvia Taylor, 15. In the 1910 census of Nahunta township, Wayne County: Willie Locust, 56;...
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