Celtic’s video tribute to the death of singer Gerry Marsden at 78 years of age, You’ll Never Walk Alone

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GERRY Marsden, the popular You’ll Never Walk Alone singer, died after a brief illness at the age of 78.

On Sunday, the frontman of Gerry And The Pacemakers was reported to have succumbed to an infection in his heart.

His friend, radio host Pete Price, revealed the news by sharing a picture of the two together.

Both Liverpool FC and Celtic FC embraced You’ll Never Walk Alone as the anthem.

“Everyone at #Celtic FC sends their deepest condolences to the family and friends of Gerry Marsden. Gerry’s famous lyrics will live on forever at Celtic Park. You’ll Never Walk Alone.”Everyone sends their deepest condolences to Gerry Marsden’s family and friends at #Celtic FC. At Celtic Park, Gerry’s famous lyrics will live on forever. You’ll Never Walk Alone.

A video of Marsden leading fans singing “You’ll Never Walk Alone.” was also tweeted by The Hoops.

He led the 60,000 crowd before Celtic’s UEFA Cup match in March 2003 against Liverpool FC. It finished 1-1.

“It is with a very heavy heart, having spoken to the family, that I have to inform you, Mr. Price tweeted, “It is with a very heavy heart, that I have to inform you that the legendary Gerry Marsden MBE sadly passed away after a short illness which was an infection in his heart.

I give all of the world’s love to Pauline and her family. Never Walk Alone, you will.

His wife, Pauline Marsden, whom he married in 1965, survives Gerry Marsden.

The couple has two daughters, Victoria and Yvette.

Liverpool FC said it was “deeply saddened” by Gerry Marsden’s death.

Marsden was the lead singer of the 1960s Merseybeat band Gerry and the Pacemakers, whose version of You’ll Never Walk Alone was adopted by the Kop in 1963,”A Scouser and lifelong Liverpool fan, Marsden was the lead singer of 1960s Merseybeat band Gerry and the Pacemakers, whose rendition of You’ll Never Walk Alone was adopted by the Kop in 1963,”A Scouser and a lifelong Liverpool fan.

Everyone at #CelticFC sends their deepest condolences to Gerry Marsden’s family and friends.

At Celtic Park, Gerry’s famous songs will live on forever. You’re Never Walk Alone https://t.co/JlNIVglFO1
– January 3, 2021 Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC)

The third number one single from the group – a cover version of the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic – became known as the Liverpool FC anthem worldwide and is played just before kickoff at every home game in Anfield.

“Sung in times of celebration and compassion, Gerry’s rendition of You’ll Never Walk Alone will forever be inextricably linked to the club he loved.”

He was best known to Marsden for I Like It, How Do You Do It? And you’ll never be left walking.

Marsden helped raise more than £ 35 million for charities over the course of his life, including recording with other musicians after the 1985 Bradford City stadium fire and the 1989 Hillsborough tragedy.

Marsden helped raise more than 35 million pounds for charity throughout his life, including the recordings he made with other musicians after the 1985 fire at Bradford City Stadium and after the 1989 Hillsborough tragedy.

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