A musician with numerous awards of honours. Steve Meisner, a musician from Whitewater, Wisconsin, has died. The cancer difficulties led to the IPA Hall of Famer’s death on Thursday.
Sixty-two years old was his age. The family revealed that the well-known musician from World of Music Entertainment has passed away in Madison, Wisconsin’s Meriter Hospital.
The news we must break to you will be equally shocking and unpleasant to read for everyone as it is to write. The news that multi-award-winning artist Steve Meisner has passed away after a brief illness must be delivered with great sorrow and sadness.
The family may shortly announce the funeral services.
As word spreads about the tragic passing of Steve Meisner, everyone is saddened and upset. They are already missing and remembering him, and they post tributes and condolences to him on social media.
“Our friend and incredibly talented polka musician, Steve Meisner. Today our hearts are broken by your unexpected and much too-soon loss. Thank you for the memories and good times; we always had fun with you! So grateful we got to see what would be one of your last shows. My prayers are with your many friends, family and fans who love and miss you.”
“Naturally, we played Steve Meisner at our wedding on May 13th. After all, he played live at my parent’s wedding 31 years ago! Sixty-two years young, gone too soon. His legacy, like his father’s, will live on. Rest in peace, Steve. We will keep the happy music going for you.”
The remaining months of 2023 are filled with numerous appearances by The Meisner Band. The core members of the Meisner Band have agreed to cooperate with the numerous occasions and locations to carry out these engagements as requested.
The final performances of Steve’s Band will be filled by guest musicians, even though no one as talented as Steve can take his place. Since Steve has made entertaining audiences his life’s job since he was a youngster, we are convinced that this is exactly what he would desire.