Aerosmith drummer Joey Kramer’s wife has died.
Linda Kramer passed away on Wednesday June 22nd at the age of 55. So far, no official cause of death has been announced.
The Kramers had been married for more than 13 years, and the musician called her “the love of his life” in her published obituary. Boston Herald.
It stated that “Linda loved Joey dearly and his welfare and happiness were her number one priority” and that above all she “loved her family and especially her nieces and nephews”.
RIP: Linda Kramer, wife of Aerosmith drummer Joey Kramer, died Wednesday June 22 at the age of 55; The couple are pictured in Los Angeles in January 2018
Joey once described meeting Linda as “the greatest rush you’ve ever had in your life,” as reported in the obituary, which further shared, “Friends and family have always noted that Joey and Linda were just “inseparable.” were.”
Just a day before her death, Linda took to her Twitter page to wish her husband a happy 72nd birthday. And it turns out that in terms of the love they shared, she felt exactly the same way about Joey.
‘Happy Birthday to the love of my LIFE!!’ She gushed, adding, “You are the most amazing man with the biggest heart I know love you my sweet boy.”
One last show of love: Just a day before her death, Linda took to her Twitter page to wish her husband a happy 72nd birthday
Love of life: The couple, who both considered their partner the love of their lives, had been married for more than 13 years at the time of their deaths; Seen in New York in 2012
Linda was born on February 27, 1967 in Decatur, Georgia, but the family eventually moved to Houston, Texas in 1971 when she was four years old.
She graduated from Klein Oak High School in Spring, Texas, a suburb of Houston, in the class of 1985.
The obituary further described Linda as someone who “loved to laugh” and had “a wicked, mischievous sense of humor.” It also revealed her “unwavering love for her beautiful family dogs, Lucy and Cosmo” and that she had “an insatiable concern for the welfare of children everywhere.”
Most recently, she worked in the high-tech industry as a contract clerk for Hewitt Packard.
Family troubles: Fans got their first indication that the Kramers were dealing with some serious troubles when Joey took a “temporary leave of absence” from Aerosmith in March, citing family as the trigger; The band was preparing for their Las Vegas residency at the time
Fans got their first indication that the Kramers were dealing with some serious troubles when Joey took a “temporary leave of absence” from Aerosmith in March, citing family as the main reason. At the time, the band was ready to reboot their Deuces Are Wild residency at Dolby Live at Park MGM in Las Vegas.
“He has regrettably made the decision to suspend the band’s concerts in 2022 so that he can focus fully on his family during these uncertain times,” the group said in a statement United States today in March, adding, “He and the band look forward to his future performances with Aerosmith.”
Those residency dates were eventually canceled in May when lead singer Steven Tyler sought treatment after his sobriety relapsed following recent surgery.
Other troubles with the band: Two months after Joey took a leave of absence from ban, lead singer Steven Tyler checked into a treatment facility after a sobriety relapse; The band is pictured in Los Angeles in February 2019
There are currently no memorial services planned. Services will be held by the family at a later date.
Linda Kramer is survived by her husband, her parents, her three sisters, her step-siblings, her stepson Jesse and many nieces and nephews, among others.
Joey Kramer has been a member of Aerosmith since its inception in 1970.
With more than 150 million records worldwide, including 85 million records in the US, the rockers Walk This Way are considered the best-selling American hard rock band of all time.
Legendary: With more than 150 million records worldwide, including 85 million records in the USA, Aerosmith is the best-selling American hard rock band of all time