Jeff Austin, an American musician best known for co-founding the Yonder Mountain String Band, died on 24 June 2019, and the cause of the death is still unknown. The news of his death catches fans like a forest fire when they know it from his FB page. Like it happens with all celebrities, within no times social media became full of condolences and questions.
By offering condolences, fans were showing concerns too about Jeff Austin cause of death. One reason for this was that there was no cause of death given in the FB updates about the musician’s death. Life is uncertain. When things are going smoothly and everything is set in perfect order, an incident happen opening the face of chaos.
Where the News first appeared?
As it has already been mentioned above, Nederland’s virtuoso mandolin player and singer maintained a FB page to keep in contact with his fans, the news about his passing away first appeared on this page. The news spread like forest-fire after the tweet, “It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of a beloved family member, mandolinist, singer, songwriter and founder of The Jeff Austin Band, and Yonder Mountain String Band, Jeff Austin. Austin passed away on June 24, 2019,” without mentioning Jeff Austin cause of death,“in Seattle, Washington.”
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Was there any Medical History of the mandolin player and what was Jeff Austin Cause of Death?
The mandolin player had to perform at the ROMP Music Festival, Back Home Appalachian Arts & Music Festival and Smoky Run Music Festival week before his death. He canceled his performance to seek medical treatment which is still uncertain.
During this medical treatment, he was put on medically induced coma, confirmed his tour manager. The term, medically induced coma, is actually an artificial type of coma which is developed to protect the patient during complicated neurosurgeries. The cause for developing medically induced coma may vary.
Early Life of Jeff Austin
The musician was born on April 25, 1974, in Illinois, United Stated. He had a passion for music as his friends and family would confirm. He co-founded the Yonder Mountain String Band and left the band some year later. He was married to Devlyn Austin and has three kids – Lily-Rose, Penelope, and Jude Patrick. At the age of 45, he died on June 24, 2019.