Brian Farmer, Warren Haynes' Longtime Guitar Tech, Passes Away at Age 53

Francesco Marano

by Francesco Marano

Published August 25, 2014


EDITOR'S NOTE 8.26.2014: Warren Haynes has made an official statement at his official website.

We're sad to report the passing of Warren Haynes' longtime guitar tech, Brian Farmer. He was 53 and died yesterday at his home near Nashville. The news was announced this morning via Gov't Mule's Facebook page. The cause of death has not been announced. Stay tuned to Zumic for updates.

Mr. Farmer was a constant and delightful presence whenever Warren was in town and always found the time to chat with the fans while doing his duties. Besides Gov't Mule and The Allman Brothers, Brian had previously teched for Johnny Cash, Albert King, and Billy Preston. He will be missed within the music community.

Below, you can watch an interview where Brian Farmer explains his background in the music industry. Zumic sends our best wishes to Brian Farmer's family and friends.

Brian Farmer Interview For PRS Guitars

Via: JamBase

Blues Rock Jambands Psychedelic Southern Rock Gov't Mule Johnny Cash Warren Haynes Nashville, TN Tennessee The Allman Brothers Band
Send Feedback

Hand-Picked Music for Your Taste

Follow artists, discover new music, and personalize your music experience.
Registration and login will only work if you allow cookies. Please check your settings and try again.

Web Analytics