Nigel Frydman Obituary, Death – To Nigel Frydman’s family and friends, please accept my deepest condolences on your loss. Nigel Frydman, a lifelong friend of mine who was 64 years old when he passed away, had been battling illness for some time. He had been struggling against the illness for a significant amount of time. He served as the bass player for my backing band, which was known as the Red Stars, during that time period, which began in the early 1980s and continued into the early 1990s.
I had hoped to see him earlier this year when I went to play in Ardfern, the coastal village in Argyll and Bute where he has lived for the past decade or so, but unfortunately, he had been hospitalized a few days before, and so we were unable to get together. I had planned on seeing him when I went to play in Ardfern earlier this year. When I went to play in Ardfern earlier this year, one of my goals was to run into him there. I was looking forward to seeing him there and my excitement level was through the roof.
Both in terms of his performance and the way he interacted with the other members of the band, he was dependable. He made a significant impact on the outcome of the game for the team. Since he had moved to Scotland, he had been working as a teacher, imparting the vast musical knowledge that he had acquired throughout the course of his career to students of subsequent generations. A memorial service will be held on November 28 at 4.30 p.m. in the Craignish Village Hall, which is located at Ardfern in Lochgilphead PA31 8QN. The date of the service is November 28. This will be done in remembrance of the one who passed away.
Residents of the community who are interested in providing people who are thinking about taking a trip to the west coast with places to stay have banded together to form a coalition in order to pursue their shared goal.
He has been with Anna for the past 28 years, and they have only recently gotten married after being together for so long. At this time, she and their son Beri, along with the rest of Nigel’s family and friends, are in my thoughts and prayers. Also included in these thoughts and prayers is Nigel’s wife. This video was shot in Australia in the year 1992, and it features Nigel and the band giving a live performance for the camera.