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Big Daddy Weave bassist Jay Weaver dies, age 42, due to complications with COVID-19

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On Sunday evening, Big Daddy Weave frontman Mike Weaver announced the death of his younger brother and bandmate Jason 'Jay' Weaver, at age 42, due to complications with COVID-19.'I'm so sorry to bring this news, but I'm also excited to celebrate where he is right now.

My brother, Jay, went to be with Jesus just a couple hours ago,' the 45-year-old Christian crooner revealed on the band's Instagram account.'You guys have seen him walk the uphill battle and you guys have helped carry him through so much.

And man, I'm telling you, the Lord used him in such a mighty way out on the road for so many years. RIP: On Sunday evening, Big Daddy Weave frontman Mike Weaver(R, pictured November 8) announced the death of his younger brother and bandmate.

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