Men at Work’s Greg Ham Found Dead
The musician best known for playing the flute riff in the 1980’s smash hit “Down Under” by the Australian group Men at Work has died.
The Associated Press reports that Greg Ham was found dead in his Melbourne home today (April 19). Police are currently investigating the cause of death.
Ham had recently been working as a music teacher. He also left a distinctive mark on another hit from “Men at Work”, as he contributed to the sax solo on “Who Can it be Now.”
Men at Work’s official Facebook page has posted the following statement:
Such a beautiful soul who had time for everyone and never did he judge a single soul. God bless you forever, till we meet again, goodbye darling.
Ham was 58 years old.