Duran Duran’s Andy Taylor Reveals Battle with Prostate Most cancers

Duran Duran’s longtime guitarist Andy Taylor was absent from the band’s induction into the Rock and Roll Corridor of Fame on Saturday after revealing he’s affected by stage 4 metastatic prostate most cancers.

In a letter learn by Simon Le Bon throughout Duran Duran’s induction speech, Taylor defined that he was identified “simply over 4 years in the past.”

“I’ve the Rodgers and Edwards of docs and medical remedy that till very lately allowed me to simply rock on,” he wrote. “Though my present situation is just not instantly life threatening there isn’t any treatment. Just lately I used to be doing okay after some very refined life extending remedy, that was till per week or so in the past after I suffered a setback, and regardless of the distinctive efforts of my group, I needed to be trustworthy in that each bodily and mentally, I’d be pushing my boundaries.”

“I’m actually sorry and massively disenchanted I couldn’t make it,” Taylor added. “Let there be little doubt I used to be stoked about the entire thing, even purchased a brand new guitar with the important whammy!”

“I’m so very happy with these 4 brothers; I’m amazed at their sturdiness, and I’m overjoyed at accepting this award. I typically doubted the day would come. I’m certain as hell glad I’m round to see the day.”

Taylor was a member of Duran Duran for 2 separate stints, first from 1980 to 1986 after which from 2001 to 2006. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Corridor of Fame alongside fellow members Le Bon, Warren Cuccurullo, Nick Rhodes, and John Taylor. Robert Downey Jr. was available to introduce the band.