Saddest Deaths of 2017
It is the first time the death of a musician I liked personally affected me.
I started listening to Prince a few months before he died. But I started listening to Linkin Park 10 years before Bennington died. That's half my life, I'm 20 now. Plus I know it was suicide from depression, and you can feel that in the music.
Linkin Park was one of the rock group everybody seems to like - back when I was 10, in our school they were THE band. But no one listened to the lyrics (even though most Germans and Austrians speak English most will tune the language out when listening to the music) or cared about the emotion packed in there. It just rocked to us. Later, when I was a teenager bordering on adult, I dig deeper into the music and understood the rough feelings in the music, and loved it even more. One can say, Linkin Park accompanied me from my way from childhood to so-called adulthood (I am not grown up yet and still got lots to learn I'd say). And all that makes me sad. To be honest, this is the first time a celebrity's death personally touched me so deeply.
RIP Gotham's greatest hero and Quahog's mayor. I'm going to be honest: this is the first celebrity death to make me cry. Batman was and still is 1 of my greatest fictional heroes.
It was just so sudden, and the fact that nobody told us he had leukemia made it sadder.
He was 88 years old, though.
But I'll always remember him as the '60s Batman and the mayor in Family Guy.
My favorite Batman the only real one in my opinion has died he will be missed
In terms of ranking based on sadness I think that Chester Bennington and Chris Cornell should both be above Chuck Berry. I mean his was a great loss as well, but to me his legacy is already set in stone, and I feel like he's given all he can to the world.
Chris and Chester on the other hand still had a career ahead of them, still had shows to play, still had time left that is now tragically gone. They deserved longer.
Terrible thing depression.
I don't really know what to say. He was a huge inspiration to my own personal songwriting. He had a voice that hasn't been replicated. His music was one of the contributing factors to why I love Grunge (and practically the Alternative music genre in general). Rest In Peace Chris. We'll miss ya buddy. Hope you're rocking up there in heaven.
Everyone will really miss this guy. How I wish I got a chance to see you rocking live. I'm a really huge fan of you Chis! I'm with your musiv whener I get tired, sad, happy, troubled & so many ways you connected to my soul that deep. I love you. Wish you still here rocking the world. Your music will forever be with me till my last breathe. Thank you for inspiring me in so many different ways.. Miss you & LOVE YOU ALWAYS.
I seriously didn't know he was still alive. But I'm really sorry to hear that he passed away. R.I.P. Chuck.
Johnny B. Goode is not going anymore, but he still the father of rock and roll. R.I.P Chuck Berry
I'm cryin' manly tears right now for such a great loss. This man was, is, will always be a legend that'll transcend spacetime as future generations remember him as the man who pretty much invented Rock n Roll..
It was so shocking when he died. Tom Petty has always been one of my favorite artists.
Really sad. He died today October 3 and he all ready on the list. R.I.P.
I'm still shocked at the fact now that he's still gone. rest in peace tom
Bond. James Bond. Personally, losing one of my favorite bonds was some of the saddest stuff ever.
Really, no words.
A sad death. While Chester (never forget) chose to die, this guy just died from dementia. Rock in Peace.
This man is one of the reasons why AC/DC is so great.
Rock in Peace legend
He was a great actor, too bad he died at 61 of surgery complications.
He was part of Titanic, Aliens and others.
Sad to see him die so soon.
R.I.P. Mr. Hurt. Thank you for being such an amazing actor.
Just got back from watching Animat's tribute podcast to June Foray. To see someone as important to not only some of the most beloved characters in animation we all know and love that she has voiced, but someone important to the medium of animation in contributing to said medium being able to stand out in the eyes of Hollywood is tragic. While I will always remember her most as the voice of Granny from Looney Tunes, whom she has voiced throughout the entirety of her career in literal terms, now me and everyone else shall remember her as the first lady of voice acting and an important figure in animation for her legacy.
She should be higher.
My grandmother met Don when she was a teen, right before Toy Story. It's sad to see him gone. I wonder who will voice Mr. Potato Head in Toy Story 4?
Dan Castallanetta did a great impression of this guy on The Simpsons. He could work as Mr. Potato Head.
I guess no Toy Story 4.
Toy Story 4 is cancelled.
Ventura died in one of the most horrible ways possible. He sadly died in a car crash. Goodbye Ventura. You will be missed
It just happened this morning and I've been crying my eyes out ever since. For me his death affected me the most not only because I am a Kpop fan but because he was so young. Probably the youngest person on this list. R.I.P Kim Jonghyun
Even though haven't listened to your music, still, may you rest in peace Because many people from my country will dearly miss you.
I'm pretty sure Jimi Hendrix is in heaven welcoming him to the 27 club. I don't like K-pop, but RIP.
Without him, the YouTube Poop probably wouldn't be the same.
"That's Mama Luigi to you, Mario! "