Rob Grill, 67, a singer and bassist for the 1960s rock band The Grass Roots, died Monday at the Hospice facility in Lake County Florida, said Michael Hensley, director of the medical examiner's office. The cause was not given.
Grill sang on Grass Roots hits "Midnight Confession" " The Temptation Fyes" "Sooner or Later" and " Let's Live For Today"
After song writer P.F. Sloan and Steve Barri had a hit with "Where Were You When I Needed You" in 1966, they recruited Grill and other musicians to join them in Grass Roots. They racked up a string of hits before disbanding in 1975.
Grill a Los Angeles native release a solo album, "Uprooted" in 1979. He began touring with a reconstituted version of the Grass Roots in 1980s.