El Paso new music icon Rod Crosby mourned just after dying Monday at 76

El Paso musician and company owner Rod Crosby would do just about anything to assist a pal, a neighbor and primarily a fellow musician.

His generosity understood no limits, in accordance to several of the folks whose lives he touched in his vocation that spanned 6 many years as a musician, recording studio-proprietor and audio engineer.

Crosby died Monday. He was 76 yrs old.

“Rod is an icon in this town and I’m happy we bought to be brothers,” reported Doug Neil, his longtime pal and bandmate in the groups The Intruders and Moon Pie. “We all arrived up in that early rock period and Rod, in my impression, was the king all over in this article. I loved him.”

In a February job interview for El Pasoan Rick Kern’s Talk and Rock Radio podcast, Crosby reported he grew up in Corona, California, came to go to El Paso all-around 1960 and under no circumstances left. That summer time, he “stumbled into Skylanes” bowling alley and was struck by an early functionality by El Paso rock legend Bobby Fuller.