One of the founders of the American rock band Bon Jovi, Alec John Sach, passed away at the age of seventy.
It is he who is referred to as a loyal assistant, friend and colleague of musician John Bon Jovi, who became the leader of the band.
Sach played bass guitar in the band in the eighties and nineties. Even the first concert, according to some sources, was organized by Sach. He also brought drummer Tico Torres and guitarist Richie Sambora into the band.
With the direct participation of Sach, Bon Jovi released their third album Slippery When Wet. The compilation became a worldwide hit, selling 12 million copies.
John Sach left Bon Jovi in 1994, saying he had exhausted his emotional and creative reserve. But years later, in 2018, Sach rejoined the band after its induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.