Who is Taylor Hawkins' wife? Foo Fighters drummer never wanted to get married early

Taylor had once featured his wife in the song ‘I Really Blew It’ from the album ‘Get the Money’


                            Who is Taylor Hawkins' wife? Foo Fighters drummer never wanted to get married early
Taylor Hawkins and his wife Alison Hawkins (Photos by Kevin Winter/Getty Images/[email protected])
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Foo Fighters longtime drummer Taylor Hawkins died at the age of 50- the news of which was shared by the band in an official statement. They dubbed his death as an “untimely death also citing it as a tragic loss. Taylor Hawkins was reportedly gearing up to perform in Bogota, Colombia on Friday night before the band’s headlining set at Lollapalooza Brazil on March 27.
 
Though it is not known how the drummer died, the Mirror reported that local news reports say Hawkins was found dead in a hotel room in Bogota, Colombia, where the band had been due to play at a festival. The news of Hawkins dying came after Screaming Trees singerMark Lanegan had died at 57 in February. Singer and actor Meat Loaf was another celebrity who died after years of health woes.  
 
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Who is Taylor Hawkins' wife?

Taylor Hawkins was married to Alison Hawkins. The two tied the knot in the year 2005 and have three kids namely Oliver Shane, Annabelle, and Everleigh. Not much is known about Alison but Taylor had once featured his wife in the song ‘I Really Blew It’ from the album ‘Get the Money’. Taylor Hawkins resided with his wife in Hidden Hills, California, after moving from Topanga Canyon in 2012.
 
In an interview with Sydney Morning Herald, Taylor once shared, “I married Alison Hawkins in 2005. We have three children. There’s a song on ‘Get the Money’ called ‘I Really Blew It’, which is for those men who think they can win an argument with their missus! I only speak for myself, but the man will always lose because the woman has the power.  Alison Hawkins has so, far not shared an obituary for her late husband. MEAWW will keep you posted.  According to the website MemesRandom, Taylor spoke to Billboard in 2019 where he shared that his project ‘Get the Money’ was inspired by his life as a suburban father. He apparently also revealed that he never wanted to get married and have kids at 25.

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Taylor Hawkins was born in Texas in 1972 but his family later moved to Laguna Beach, California when he was four. As a teenager, he first became the drummer for rock singer Sass Jordan, and later joined as the drummer for singer Alanis Morissette till 1997. Hawkins then joined Foo Fighters and later proved to one of the key elements for their sound and image. Dave Grohl, Nate Mendel, Pat Smear, Chris Shiflett and Rami Jaffeea are the current members of the band. William Goldsmith and Franz Stahl were some of the earlier members. Taylor Hawkins was also a singer and frequently took the mic during the band’s concerts. Hawkins once overdosed on heroin in 2001 that put him in coma for two weeks.

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