What Happened To Timothy B Schmit? Twitter Hoax and His Health Update In 2022

American musician, singer, and songwriter Timothy B Schmit ( Source : Instagram )

Timothy B Schmit is an American musician, singer, and songwriter born on October 30, 1947. He is 74 years old. 

Timothy B Schmit has performed as the bassist and vocalist for the bands Poco and Eagles, taking Randy Meisner's position in each instance. Schmit has also been a solo artist and session musician for many years. He was admitted to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1998 as an Eagles member.

Is Timothy B Schmit Dead or Alive?

After a Facebook page for the singer called "R.I.P. Timothy B. Schmit" received close to one million "likes," rumors about his claimed death gathered hold on Friday. The 'About' page gave readers a credible description of the American musician's demise:

Numerous admirers posted their condolences on the Facebook page almost once, expressing their sorrow over the renowned musician's passing. He was 74 years old. The death fake caused the social media users to go crazy, as usual.

While some gullible followers trusted the message, others were immediately skeptical of the story, possibly having learned their lesson from the several phony celebrity death reports that have surfaced in recent months.

Some claimed that the rumor was a hoax because no major American network had reported it, even though the passing of a famous singer like Timothy B. Schmit would have made headlines.

Schmit replaced Randy Meisner on bass and vocals for the Eagles' 1977 Hotel California tour, just as he had done with Poco after Meisner left. He is the only member of the Eagles who is genuinely a California native, despite the band's reputation as being synonymous with the Golden State.

Timothy B Schmit Health Update 

In late 2012, Timothy B Schmit underwent effective throat and neck cancer treatment. His aide Julie told the fan site, Timothy B Schmit, about his battle with the illness in late December, making it public for the first time. They said:

Timothy received a throat and neck cancer diagnosis in October. After the 11/17/12 event in Las Vegas, he flew to New York to get surgery with a renowned physician. He spent just three days in the hospital.

There are currently no reports of his being hospitalized for a severe illness. Schmit is the father of three kids—a son and a daughter—by his current wife and his first wife.

Timothy B Schmit began playing in the folk music group at the age 15 ( Source : Instagram )

Schmit started a solo career after the Eagles disbanded in 1980, performing vocals and playing bass for pay during recording sessions.

Randy Meisner, Schmit's predecessor in Poco and the Eagles, and their fellow Eagles musician Joe Walsh collaborated to add background vocals to Richard Marx's 1987 smash song "Don't Mean Nothing."

Additionally, Schmit contributed to the big singles "I Won't Hold You Back" and "Africa" by Toto from 1983, as well as the Jars of Clay song "Everything in Between."

What Happened To Timothy B Schmit?

Timothy B. Schmit Since the musician is "Alive and Well," the death hoax has been dismissed. The musician's agents formally declared his viability on Saturday (August 13).

Some fans were upset by the false news, calling it careless, disturbing, and damaging to the musician's devoted followers. Others claim that this demonstrates his overall appeal.

He contributed background vocals to Sheena Easton's The Lover in Me album in 1988, and Schmit also contributed background vocals to Stacey Q's "Heartbeat," a single from her 1989 album Nights Like This. He contributed backing vocals to the Alibi album by America.

Schmit, a member of the Coral Reefer Band, toured with Toto in 1982 and Jimmy Buffett in 1983, 1984, and 1985. He invented the phrase "Parrotheads" to refer to Buffett's followers. In 1992, he was a part of Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band.


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