The Queers founding member Scott Gildersleeve has died

tuluToday at 10:36PM EST Joe Queer posted on his Facebook page that founding Queers bass player and drummer Scott Gildersleeve, better known to fans as Tulu, has died.

Gildersleeve’s contributions to the band are numerous, including Queers standards such as “Nothing to Do” and “I Want Cunt, ” both of which are still performed by the band today, 30 years later.

We at TuffGnarl.com offer our deepest condolences to his family and friends.

TuffGnarl.com will continue to update this story as more information becomes available.

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Chuck Livid

Chuck Livid hails from Miami, Florida. He did a zine in the '90s called Muddy Chaos and is best known for his work with independent music label Livid Records. Chuck lives in Boca Raton, Fl with his wife illustrator Helena Garcia and their son Nico. He founded TuffGnarl.com and hosts TuffGnarl.com's official music podcast - Another Music Podcast which is available on iTunes & Google Play

7 comments

  • Dawn Marie Pierre

    Sad to hear the news of Tulu. Regards to all family. Dawn Marie

  • Met him in 1978, I think. i was 17 and he was a year or 2 older. he was sincere but distanced, dry and funny, original, brilliant. kind of twisted and pure at the same time. he felt deeply. a lot of us were fascinated by him. grateful for the long hours I spent talking with him when we were very young.
    scott we love you forever

  • I worked at a gas station in Kittery that Scott frequented. I got to know him on the basis that I sold him beer and got to listen to him tell these grand stories of his good ol days. He even offered to jam with me sometime, and how I wish I had taken the opportunity. I just found out about this a few days ago. I haven’t worked at the gas station in almost a year. He was a genuine person. Human as any of us. I hope he rests easy.

  • This goes back many years…..to Vermont. I was a “lost” college student.Scott was a very kind man,always friendly to me.He played in a band with Marc W,the Objects.Scotts sense of humor was amazing. Scott,I am glad I once knew you! Rest in Peace! (can’t forget their “Meat City” comedy)

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