Kim Shattuck Wiki
Kim Shattuck’s birth name Kimberly Dianne Shattuck was born on July 17, 1963, in L.A. California, the U.S. She was the lead singer, guitarist, and songwriter of the band The Muffs–that was formed in 1991. Before that, Shattuck was a member of The Pandoras from 1985 to 1990. Her husband confirmed the news on social media, saying she passed after a two-year battle with ALS. She was 56.
I’m rarely shaken to the core by news that a musician I don’t really know has died. But this one really took the wind out of my sails. Kim Shattuck’s singing brought me so much joy, I even wrote a song about the joy her music gave me in the saddest situations. Truly awful news. pic.twitter.com/ZYeSFEXCwS
— Ed Masley (@EdMasley) October 2, 2019
Kim Shattuck Age
She was 56 years old.
Kim Shattuck Health
Shattuck was diagnosed with ALS in 2017. She struggled with it for a two-year.
Heartbroken about Kim. One of the all time greats. How could anyone be such a brilliant pop songwriter, singer, screamer, and such a total punk-rock badass, and be so insanely cute at the same time? No one funnier or cooler. We love you, Kim 💔💔💔#kimshattuck #RIPKimShattuck pic.twitter.com/rD8fsARpV7
— Veruca Salt (@verucasalt) October 3, 2019
Kim Shattuck Career
Shattuck and Vammen were members of the Pandoras in the 1980s. In 1991, they started the punk band the Muffs and released their first singles “Guilty” and “New Love” that same year. A 1992 single on Sub Pop, “I Need You,” followed in 1992, and their self-titled debut album was released in 1993 via Warner Bros. Records. Their cover of Kim Wilde’s “Kids in America” famously appeared on the Clueless soundtrack in 1995. Earlier this year, Shattuck and Vammen’s new band the Coolies released the Uh Oh! It’s…The Coolies EP. All of the proceeds for the EP went to ALS research, and the band made the announcement without Shattuck revealing that she had been suffering from ALS herself. “Sadly, it runs in my damn family, and that disease is a mystery to just about every scientist,” Shattuck said in an interview with Vents Magazine. “We are definitely interested in finding a cure for ALS! Cure it already!”
Absolutely gutted to hear that Kim Shattuck has passed after a battle with ALS. Immensely talented, inspirational, ferocious and sweet whether with the Pandoras, Muffs, Pixies or Coolies. An absolute icon. pic.twitter.com/Reu9QuAJ6S
— 1-2-3-4 Go! Records (@1234gorecords) October 2, 2019
Kim Shattuck Husband (Kevin Sutherland)
Shattuck was married to his husband Kevin Sutherland for 16-years.
The sad news was announced by Kevin, who posted a photo from their wedding day with the caption, “This morning the love of my life Kim passed peacefully in her sleep after a two-year struggle with ALS. I am the man I am today because of her. She will live with all of us through her music, our shared memories and in her fierce creative spirit. I love you forever my Kimmy. Thank you for sharing your life… ”
— Rolling Stone (@RollingStone) October 2, 2019
Kim Shattuck Death
Shattuck passed away on October 2 of 2019, due to complications from Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis(ALS)- a specific disease that causes the death of neurons controlling voluntary muscles. She was a beloved Auntie, sister, wife, and daughter, and her passing was mourned online by not only her family but numerous celebrities and fellow musicians.
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