Charlie Colin

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Kicked Out of The Band - In 2003, Colin was fired from the band due to substance abuse after an emergency meeting, according to an NBC report.

Not Involved in 'Hey Soul Sister' - This abrupt departure meant the bassist did not take part in the band's big follow-up hit Hey Soul Sister, a single from their fifth studio album.

Emotional Message - Despite past differences, his former bandmates bid farewell to their friend, colleague, and founder with a heartfelt message on social media.

"You are a legend, Charlie" - I always tried to pull him closer but he had a vision of his own. You’re a legend, Charlie. Go charm the pants off those angels.

Founder of The Band Train - Over the next decade the band's fame grew, winning two Grammy Awards thanks to their massive hit single 'Drops of Jupiter' in 2001.

A Tragic Accident - Charlie Colin, founder and bassist of the band Train, best known for the hit 'Drops of Jupiter,' has died at the age of 58 after a tragic accident.

In Brussels - The incident occurred in Brussels, where the artist was house-sitting for a friend found the body upon returning home after being away for several days.

Founder and Bassist of Train - Colin co-founded the group Train in 1993 with Pat Monahan, Rob Hotchkiss, Jimmy Stafford, and Scott Underwood.

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