Mike Noga Biography – Mike Noga Wiki
Mike Noga was an Australian singer-songwriter and former drummer with the alternative rock band The Drones. He is also played drums with Legends of Motorsport, Sandro, and Mick Turner. His musical career began in 1997 as part of the stoner rock band Legends of Motorsport. In 2004, he joined The Drones, replacing Legends of Motorsport member Christian Strybosch.
Noga was a member of The Drones for a decade, playing on the records Gala Mill, Havilah and I See Seaweed. Their album Wait Long by the River and the Bodies of Your Enemies Will Float By won the inaugural Australian Music Prize in 2005. He left the band in 2014 to pursue a solo career.
He released three albums, including 2016’s King, via Cooking Vinyl, based on Georg Büchner’s great unfinished play, Woyzeck. His fourth solo album, Open Fire, produced by Alan Sparhawk of Low, is reportedly slated for release in early 2021.
Mike Noga Age
Mike Noga was born on 25 April 1978, in Tasmania, Australia. He died in August 2020. He was 42 years old.
Mike Noga Death
Mike Noga died at the age of 42. His sister, Ali Noga, announced the news in a Facebook post. She wrote: “We are absolutely devastated to inform you of the passing of our beloved brother, son, uncle and dearest friend Mike. We know how much he and his music meant to so many of you and there’s nothing we can say to make this hurt any less. We miss you and love you so much, Mike.”
Mike Noga Cause of Death
Mike Noga’s cause of death has not been revealed.