John Morter Obituary, One Eyed Toad Records Mourns John Morter’s Death

John Morter Obituary, One Eyed Toad Records Mourns John Morter's Death

John Morter Obituary, Death – The passing of John Morter was unexpected, and we are very sorry to be the ones to have to be the ones to break the news to you. We are sorry that we were the ones who had to do it, and we hope that you will forgive us. John’s death came as a shock on November 20th, and the medical examiner determined that the cause of death was an aggressive form of cancer that, sadly, could not be cured. John’s passing is a tragedy for all of us. The medical examiner was the one who arrived at the conclusion on the cause of death.

Due to the fact that John’s throat cancer had been in remission since the year 2017, and that he had been through it previously, he was not unfamiliar with the process of fighting this war. John’s entire existence was consumed by his fixation with One Eyed Toad, and he devoted his entire soul to the cause of supporting metal bands by arranging for them to play at venues located all throughout the United Kingdom (UK). Because he was such an outstanding motivator, he instilled a sense of competition in all of the people he worked with, driving them to perform to the absolute best of their abilities.

He will be sorely missed, but his departure should serve as a reminder to each and every one of us to make certain that the thrill of witnessing live rock music will continue to be a part of the music industry in the here and now, in the tomorrows that are yet to come, and for all eternity. His death will be mourned by a great number of individuals to a profound degree. We have high hopes that in the not too distant future, we will be able to continue John’s legacy as One Eyed Toad. The implementation of these concepts has already begun. In spite of this, the particulars of how this will be carried out will not be settled upon until a later point in time at a later point in time. One Eyed Toad is going to carry on the legacy that John left behind once he passes away. Moving on is going to be a very difficult undertaking if we can’t count on you being there.