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Former Boston drummer John Thomas "Sib" Hashian has died at the age of 67, according to ABC affiliate WCVB.

According to his son, Hashian was performing on stage at the Legends of Rock Cruise when he collapsed and died. CPR was performed and a defibrillator was used with no luck.

Hashian was listed as a performer on the eight-day cruise, which departed March 18 from Miami, Fla., on MSC Cruise's Divina ship. The cruise will continue, with additional musicians performing in tribute to Hashian.

We send our condolences to Sib Hashian's family members, friends and loved ones.

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Boston is known for hits like "More Than a Feeling" (1976) and "Amanda", a #1 smash (1986).

After leaving the band before it completed recording its "Third Stage" album, he played drums for Boston bandmate Barry Goudreau's eponymous 1980 solo album, which spawned the hit "Dreams". In the early '80s, Hashian left the band, with Masdea coming back in to replace him.

Hashian, who called Lynnfield home, owned a record shop and a string of tanning salons in Boston.

One of his daughters, Lauren, has a child with actor Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and previously appeared on the reality competition show "R U the Girl".