Boston Drummer Sib Hashian Collapses and Dies Onstage

Posted March 24, 2017

John "Sib" Hashian, former drummer for the rock band Boston, died after collapsing on stage aboard a cruise ship, his son told Eyewitness News.

"It's with a very heavy heart that I have to announce that my musical partner of 50 years, Sib Hashian, collapsed during out set on the Rock Legends Cruise last night", Goudreau wrote in a statement.

Attempts to revive the drummer with CPR and defibrilation were unsuccessful, a witness told the gossip site.

The cruise began March 18 in Florida and was traveling to various places, including the Bahamas and Puerto Rico.

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Boston is remembering their early drummer Sib Hashian today. He stuck with the band as they released their sophomore album, Don't Look Back in 1978, which also enjoyed massive success, ultimately going Platinum seven times.

He contributed to Boston comeback album Third Stage in 1986 but was eventually replaced when Masdea was welcomed back into the fold. Hashian played on "Boston", which included the band's huge classic rock hit, "More Than a Feeling". Over the years he continued to record music with his former bandmates, playing drums on guitarist Barry Goudreau's solo album and occasionally performing alongside bassist Fran Sheehan and singer Brad Delp.

Hashian's daughter, Lauren, is also known for her relationship with actor-wrestler Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.

From Lynnfield, Massachusetts, Hashian now owns a record shop and a string of tanning salons in Boston, according to WCVB-TV, ABC-5.