Previous Lynyrd Skynyrd guitarist Ed King, who co-composed the hit Sweet Home Alabama, has passed on matured 68.

The performer passed on at home in Nashville, Tennessee, on Thursday, as per a post on his Facebook page.

The reason for death isn’t known. As indicated by Rolling Stone, he had been engaging lung tumor.

Lord, who was conceived in California, joined the musical crew in 1972. He cleared out three years after the fact subsequent to battling with lead vocalist Ronnie Van Zant.

Be that as it may, before he cleared out he showed up on three collections, and can be heard checking “one, two, three” toward the beginning of Sweet Home Alabama.

The gathering disbanded completely following a plane crash which executed three of its individuals, including Van Zant, in 1977.

Ruler rejoined Lynyrd Skynyrd after it improved in 1987 for a get-together visit with Van Zant’s more youthful sibling, Johnny, on lead vocals.

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Ruler, front ideal, with Lynyrd Skynyrd in 1974

In any case, he resigned in 1996, having been determined to have congestive heart disappointment. As indicated by The Tennessean, King showed at least a bit of kindness transplant in 2011.

Ruler, who performed with Strawberry Alarm Clock before joining Lynyrd Skynyrd, was drafted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2006, alongside all the surviving individuals from the band from before the crash.

Individual Lynyrd Skynyrd guitarist Gary Rossington said he was “stunned and disheartened” by the news.

“Ed was our sibling, and an incredible musician and guitar player,” he said. “I know he will be brought together with whatever remains of the young men in Rock and Roll Heaven. Our considerations and petitions are with his family.”

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