On Tuesday August 10th 2021 – at some point in the mid afternoon – Bay Area singer Rocky Ramirez’s silver Volvo xc90 veered off a cliff down a 300 foot embankment between Somes Bar and Dillon Creek in Siskiyou County (Northern California) – landing next to the Klamath River near Ti Bar River access off of Hwy 96 – as eventually discovered by passing rafters who alerted authorities. While the car was found, there was no sign of Rocky. He hasn’t been seen since and it’s assumed he was swept downriver.

Official ‘search and rescue’ efforts have since ended, therefore his sister plans to hire a private group to search for him in a quest for closure.

If you’re in a position to donate, big or small, let’s get him home:

This video was captured once upon a time at ‘Tupelo Monday Night’, one of the best nights at Tupelo, located in San Francisco’s North Beach neighborhood, featuring Rocky Ramirez covering “Just Friends (Sunny)” the first single from Musiq Soulchild’s debut album Aijuswanaseing in 2000.

Vocals – Rocky Ramirez
Keys – Marcelino “Lord Q” Quiroz
Guitar – Milo Horstman
Bass – Andrew Couttie
Drums – Blake Ritterman
Trumpet – Natalie John & Jacob Savage

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