While Roxy Music's new-millennium reunion didn't get as much attention as other, more high-profile, comebacks over the past 15 years, up until a few years ago, they were still working together.
John Gustafson, who memorably collaborated in the '70s with Ian Gillan and Roxy Music, has died at 72.
On July 2, 1973, the enigmatic Brian Eno waved goodbye to his bandmates in Roxy Music. "It's very hard to know just how honest I should be about the reasons for my demise from Roxy," Eno told Melody Maker at the time. "The problem is that when it gets printed, it all seems to look much more meaningful and serious when unqualified by that chuckle at the back of the throat. I started off by wanting to call a press conference so that I could state my case, but that's all so pointless. Another reason for my reticence is because I don't want to damage Roxy for the sake of the other people in it. I mean, I really like the other members, and I really like Bryan , in a funny way."
Roxy Music fans can look forward to expanded reissues of the group’s classic catalog, with the updated version of each disc boasting previously unavailable bonus tracks.