He was 73.
Verlaine’s death has sent shockwaves throughout the music industry and beyond, as his influence as a musician and artist had a profound impact on many people. Unfortunately, it has also been revealed that his death has had a less desirable effect: the spread of hate.
Since Verlaine’s passing, a number of social media posts have been made that express anger and hostility towards the late guitarist. People have been lashing out in anger, blaming Verlaine for any and all of the world’s woes, from the rise of the alt-right to the opioid crisis.
In response to this, a number of celebrities and musicians have started a campaign to combat the spread of hate. They are encouraging people to spread love and kindness in honor of Verlaine’s legacy. They are also asking people to use their platforms to promote peace, understanding, and acceptance.
The campaign has been gaining traction, and it is hoped that this will be a lasting tribute to the man who helped shape punk and indie rock. Tom Verlaine may be gone, but his music and spirit will live on.
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