- Famous Celebrity and Aerosmith drummer Joey Kramer’s wife Linda Kramer died on June 22.
- The cause of Linda Kramer’s death has not yet been disclosed.
- Linda tweeted a happy birthday message to her husband on his 72nd birthday just one day before she passed away.
Celebrity and the world’s one of the best Aerosmith drummer Joey Kramer’s wife Linda Kramer passed away at the age of 55.
The musician’s wife of 13 years passed away on June 22, according to the musician’s agent, who confirmed the sad news to media outlets.
The cause of Linda Kramer’s death has not yet been disclosed.
According to the Boston Herald’s obituary, Kramer’s married in 2009, with the musician referring to her as “the love of his life.”
The obituary stated that Linda “loved her family and especially her nieces and nephews” and that “her primary goal was Joey’s well-being and happiness.”
Linda’s last message for Joey Kramer
Linda tweeted a happy birthday message to her husband on his 72nd birthday just one day before she passed away.
“Happy Birthday to my life’s love! She wrote, “You are the most incredible man with the enormous heart I know. I love you, my precious child.
Her obituary states that Linda was born in 1967 in Decatur, Georgia. When she was four, her family relocated to Houston, Texas.
Hewlett-Packard had just employed her as a contract administrator in the IT sector.
According to her obituary, Linda had “a wicked, mischievous sense of humor” and “liked to laugh.” According to the obit, her “unwavering love of their lovely family pets, Lucy and Cosmo,” was also described.
She also leaves behind her two dogs, Lucy and Cosmo, which she shared with the musician, as well as her husband, parents, three sisters, stepsiblings, and stepson Jesse.
Her passing occurred after Kramer said he would not be traveling with his bandmates to Las Vegas for their Deuces Are Wild residency this summer.
Joey and His Band’s statement
The musician explained his “temporary leave of absence” from Aerosmith by claiming personal matters.
The band released an official statement to USA Today in March stating, “He has sadly decided to skip the band’s concerts in 2022, so he may devote all of his attention to his family during these difficult times.” However, as do the band members, he anticipates performing with Aerosmith in the future.
After vocalist Steven Tyler entered treatment in May following a recent relapse, the residency was finally canceled.
The band posted a statement on Instagram saying, “As so many of you know, our loving brother Steven had worked on his abstinence for many years.” He recently relapsed to focus on his health and rehabilitation and willingly entered a treatment program. He had foot surgery to prepare for the stage and needed to treat pain during the procedure.