Fans Remember Fallen Tickle Me Pink Bassist Johnny Schou

Fans Remember Fallen Tickle Me Pink Bassist Johnny Schou

On Tuesday evening just after 5 p.m., the time that Tickle Me Pink was originally slated to make an in-store appearance at Independent Records on Colfax to commemorate the release of Madeline, its eagerly awaited Wind-up Records debut, fans gathered together to pay their respects to Tickle Me Pink bassist Johnny Shou, who was found dead at his home earlier in the day


On Tuesday evening just after 5 p.m., the time that Tickle Me Pink was originally slated to make an in-store appearance at Independent Records on Colfax to commemorate the release of Madeline, its eagerly awaited Wind-up Records debut, fans gathered together to pay their respects to Tickle Me Pink bassist Johnny Shou, who was found dead at his home earlier in the day
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