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American musician
Born: February 17, 1972, Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Died: March 25, 2022, Four Seasons Hotel Casa Medina Bogota, Bogotá, Colombia
Spouse: Alison Hawkins (m. 2005–2022)

Instruments: Drums; percussion; vocals
Children: Oliver Shane Hawkins, Everleigh Hawkins, Annabelle Hawkins
Siblings: Jason Hawkins, Heather Hawkins
Celebrated Name Taylor Hawkins

What is the Age of Taylor Hawkins? Taylor Hawkins is 50 Years old.
What is the Nick Name of Taylor Hawkins? Taylor Hawkins’s nick name is Tay
What is the Birth Name of Taylor Hawkins? Taylor Hawkins’s birth name is Oliver Taylor Hawkins
What is the Birth Date of Taylor Hawkins? Taylor Hawkins was born on 1972-02-17

What is the Profession of Taylor Hawkins? Taylor Hawkins’s profession is Musician
Birth Nation USA
Nationality American
Place Of Birth Fort Worth, Texas

Ethnicity American-White
Horoscope Aquarius
Father Terry Hawkins
Mother Elizabeth Hawkins

Siblings Jason and Heather Hawkins
Religion Christian
High School Laguna Beach High School
Married Date Married

Wife Alison
Children Three; Annabelle, Oliver Shane and Everleigh
Residence Hidden Hills
Source of Wealth Music Industry

Weight 70 KG
Hair Color Blonde
Eye Color Brown
Body Type Athletic
Death Date 25th March 2022

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Taylor Hawkins 10 Fast Facts, News, Biography, Wiki

Hawkins and his wife, Alison, married in 2005. Together they have three children. They lived in Hidden Hills, California, after moving from Topanga Canyon in 2012.

Hawkins overdosed on heroin in August 2001, which left him in a coma for two weeks. Hawkins’s bandmate and best friend, Dave Grohl, was beside his hospital bed in London for two weeks until he woke up. 

Grohl said he was ready to quit music while Hawkins was in the hospital. 

He also revealed in the 2011 documentary Foo Fighters: Back and Forth, that he wrote the song “On the Mend” from the band’s 2005’s album In Your Honor, about Hawkins while he was in a coma. 

Speaking to Beats 1 host Matt Wilkinson in 2018 about the incident, Hawkins said: “I was partying a lot. I wasn’t a junkie, per se, but I was partying. There was a year where the partying just got a little too heavy.

Thank God on some level this guy gave me the wrong line with the wrong thing one night and I woke up going, ‘What the fuck happened?’ That was a real changing point for me.” In the same interview, Hawkins also said he was sober.

Hawkins suffered from stage fright. Speaking about his health in a June 2021 interview with Rolling Stone magazine, Hawkins said; “I’m healthy. I’m good… I get sinus infections really bad.

And I just found out from my doctor, got all my blood tests and my heart everything checked and he goes, ‘Dude, you’re in amazing shape. Your heart’s big, because you exercise a lot. It’s like a runner’s heart.’ And that’s fine.

The only thing is, he said, ‘I think you have sleep apnea.’ And my wife’s always saying you snore and you fucking make weird noises while you’re sleeping and stuff.”

In his 2021 memoir The Storyteller, Dave Grohl described Hawkins as “my brother from another mother, my best friend, a man for whom I would take a bullet.”

On March 25, 2022, emergency services were called to the Four Seasons Casa Medina hotel in Bogotá, Colombia, where Hawkins was suffering from chest pain in his hotel room. 

Health personnel arrived and found Hawkins unresponsive; they performed CPR, but he was declared dead at the scene, at the age of 50. No cause of death was given.

The following day, Colombian authorities announced that a preliminary toxicology test indicated that Hawkins had ten substances in his system at the time of his death, including opioids, benzodiazepines, tricyclic antidepressants, and THC, the psychoactive compound in cannabis. 

Professionally known as Taylor Hawkins, Oliver Taylor Hawkins was a musician born in Fort Worth, Texas, United States to Terry Hawkins and Elizabeth Ann Hawkins. Taylor has a brother named Jason Hawkins and a sister named Heather Hawkins.

Taylor was a singer, a songwriter, a drummer, a percussionist, a pianist and a guitarist.

In 1976, he, his parents and his siblings moved from Fort Worth to Laguna Beach, California, USA.

In 1990, he graduated from Laguna Beach High School in Laguna Beach. While attending the school, he was friends with Jon Davison, a musician born in Laguna Beach.

From June 1995 to March 1997, he was Alanis Morisette‘s drummer on two tours.

On March 18, 1997, he officially joined the Foo Fighters as the rock band’s drummer. Between 1999 and 2021, the band recorded eight studio albums.

In August 2001, he overdosed on heroin, which left him in a coma for two weeks.

In 2004, he formed his own side project called Taylor Hawkins and the Coattail Riders, which has three studio albums released in 2006, in 2010 and in 2019.

In 2005, he married Alison Hawkins. They lived in Topanga Canyon, Los Angeles County, California with their three children Oliver Hawkins, Annabelle Hawkins and Everleigh Hawkins. In 2012, they moved to Hidden Hills, California.

He provided backing vocals on “Crucify the Dead“, a song by Saul “Slash” Hudson featuring Ozzy Osbourne. It was one of the songs from Slash’s debut solo album “Slash,” which was released on March 31, 2010.

In 2013, he formed a rock cover band called Chevy Metal while the Foo Fighters was on break.

In 2016, he released his debut solo extended play titled “Kota.”

In 2020, he formed the supergroup NHC with Jane’s Addiction members Dave Navarro and Chris Chaney. The band’s sole album is due for release in 2022.

In 2021, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a Foo Fighters member. In the same year, the band recorded an album due for release in 2022.

He was featured playing drums on “E-Ticket“, one of the songs in Elton John‘s fifth collaborative album “The Lockdown Sessions“, which was released on October 22, 2021.

Released on February 25, 2022, “Studio 666” marked his acting debut. The comedy horror film also starred his Foo Fighters bandmates Dave Grohl, Nate Mendel, Pat Smear, Chris Shiflett and Rami Jaffee.

On March 20, 2022, the Foo Fighters performed at the Lollapalooza Argentina festival, which marked his final performance with the band. On March 25, 2022, the band was supposed to perform at the Estéreo Picnic Festival in Bogota, Colombia.

However, that day, he was found dead inside the Casa Medina hotel in Bogota.