Steve Bronski, a founding member of the trailblazing British synth-pop trio Bronski Beat, has died, a source close to the group has confirmed. The BBC reported his age as 61. No cause of death was given.
Steve Bronski, who co-founded the 1980s synthpop group Bronski Beat, has died at the age of 61, according to his former bandmate, Jimmy Somerville. His wife’s bio is not published yet.
Bronski Beat co-founder Steve Bronski dies aged 61
“He was a talented and a very melodic man. Working with him on songs and the one song that changed our lives and touched so many other lives, was a fun and exciting time. Thanks for the melody, Steve. Jimmy x.
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The trio were known for campaigning on gay rights issues and their debut album, The Age Of Consent, featured the consent age for males in various countries around the world on its inner sleeve as a protest.
Sad to hear Steve Bronski has died. He was a talented and a very melodic man. Working with him on songs and the one song that changed our lives and touched so many other lives, was a fun and exciting time. Thanks for the melody Steve. Jimmy x pic.twitter.com/VfxbtZu1Nx
— Jimmy Somerville (@JimmySomerville) December 9, 2021
Their debut single, Smalltown Boy, about a gay teenager fleeing his hometown and family for the city, went to number three in the UK singles chart and remains a favourite among the nightclubbing community.
At the end of 1984, Bronski Beat released their debut album, titled The Age of Consent, which peaked at number four in the UK charts, and tackled themes relevant to the gay community.
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