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Lighthouse co-founder and drummer Skip Prokop dead at 74 - Toronto Sun

TORONTO — Skip Prokop, the big-hearted drummer, co-founder and visionary behind Canadian rock band Lighthouse, has died. He was 74. Band manager Brenda Hoffert, wife of Lighthouse co-founder Paul Hoffert, said the beloved musician died Wednesday in a ...and more »

Skip Prokop: Hamilton-born Lighthouse drummer dies at 73 -

Skip Prokop in his family's Brantford recording studio with son Jamie in the background. - Hamilton Spectator file photo. Skip on the kit. Skip Prokop on the drum kit with Lighthouse. - Hamilton Spectator file photo. The Paupers in 1967. Skip Prokop is ...and more »

Skip Prokop, Co-Founder of Canadian Jazz-Rock Group Lighthouse, Dies at 73 - Billboard

Skip Prokop, co-founder of legendary Canadian jazz-rock fusion group Lighthouse — often explained to those outside the country as “Canada's Chicago” with numerous accomplishments of their own, including the enduring hit “Sunny Days” and “One Fine ...and more »

Skip Prokop, co-founder of band 'Lighthouse' died - Radio Canada International

Skip Prokop, the drummer, vocalist and co-founder of Canadian rock band 'Lighthouse', died yesterday at the age of 73. Skip Prokop behind the drums in recent years. He became a familiar voice on Toronto radio hosting various programs, and continued to ...and more »

Lighthouse founder Skip Prokop dies -

Hamilton native and founding member of Lighthouse, Skip Prokop, has died at the age of 73. As the drummer and a vocalist in the Juno award-winning act, Prokop helped define the sound of rock and roll on Canadian air waves in the 1970s. Lighthouse was ...and more »

RIP Lighthouse Co-Founder Skip Prokop - Exclaim!

Founding member of Canadian rock outfit Lighthouse Skip Prokop has died. The drummer and vocalist was 73. Born Ronald Harry Prokop in December, 1943, the multi-instrumentalist played in Toronto bands such as the Riverside Three and the Paupers before ...and more »

RIP Skip Prokop, Lighthouse Drummer and Former Colleague at CFNY - A Journal of Musical Things (blog)

When I first arrived at CFNY in October 1986, one of the first people I met was Skip Prokop. Back in those old FM regulation days, FM stations had to allocate a certain number of hours a day to specialty programs that featured music outside the usual ...and more »

Rock Pioneer Skip Prokop Passes Away -

The 74-year-old Hamilton native, who made his home in Aylmer for several years, had experienced heart problems in the years leading to his passing. After playing with the psychedelic rock band The Paupers, Prokop founded Lighthouse with Paul Hoffert in ...and more »