Men at Work member Greg Ham found dead; possible foul play

http://twitter.com/#!/billboard/status/192941443562737664

Ham was found dead today in his home in Melbourne, Australia.

He played saxophone, keyboard, and flute for Men at Work, a successful pop band in the early 1980s. He is perhaps best known for the memorable flute riff at the opening of  “Land Down Under” — a good song on a great album.

Possible foul play?

Friends and fans pay tribute:

Sorry to hear about Men at Work's Greg Ham. RIP http://t.co/Xg2EKwxX

— Duran Duran (@duranduran) April 19, 2012

Sad to hear about the passing of Greg Ham of Men at Work. 1981's "Business as Usual" is a fantastic album.

— tomfeister (@tomfeister) April 19, 2012

Sad news about one of my favorite 80s bands: Greg Ham of Men at Work found dead http://t.co/5fqroUiX

— Jack Hope (@jackhope) April 19, 2012

Wow, I basically grew up with my Dad's 80's music.. RIP Greg Ham; great part of the 80's band "Men at Work" #shame

— . (@iamkevinferrer) April 19, 2012

R.I.P., Greg Ham.

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2012/04/19/men-at-work-member-greg-ham-found-dead-possible-foul-play/

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