Besides his brother, he is survived by his mother; one sister, Tara Papadopoulos; one daughter, Nikki Ziolkowski; one son, Charlie Papadopoulos; and a granddaughter. Two weddings, with Elizabeth Vogdes and the musician called Deerfrance, ended in divorce.
In the late 1990s, Mr. Pop started accommodation a weekly performance series that roamed the East Village featuring cutting-edge live music. He started at a small cafe called Internet Cafe before moving on to CBGB, where he got the club basement place on Sunday.
“I wanted diversity,” he said noted from the Serie. âI wanted to challenge people.
After CBGB closed in 2006, Mr. Pop moved the series to Jimmy’s n Â° 43, and The voice of the village called him an “avant-garde”. In recent years he has presented shows at Troost, a bar near his apartment in Brooklyn’s Greenpoint neighborhood.
Around 2015, Bush Tetras reunited. The band recorded an EP, “Take the fall, “in 2018, then released a single,”There is a humÂ», On Third Man Records. A box, “Rhythm and paranoia: the best of the bush grouse,” is to be published next month on Wharf Cat Records.
Mr. Pop died the night before a liberation party was held at the Yell! Event artistic space in the East Village. The gathering turned into a memorial.
As video clips featuring the enraged Mr. Pop drums played on a projection screen, Pat Place and Cynthia Sley stood in front of the crowd, holding each other as they remembered their group companion.
âHe lived to drum,â Ms. Sley said. “He loved the Bush Tetras.”
âBush Tetras,â she added, âis a force that cannot be stoppedâ.