Lotus Drummer Chuck Morris and his son Charley have died after a 24-day search.

Musician Chuck Morris and his son Charley were discovered dead after going missing while kayaking in Arkansas.

The Benton County Sheriff’s Office initiated a 24-hour search for the missing father-son duo, and their remains were discovered over the weekend near Beaver Lake’s Lost Bridge Village.

The community banded together to assist with the search, and Sheriff Shawn Holloway expressed gratitude to everyone who volunteered their time and efforts to offer the family closure.

The Morris family also thanked individuals who contributed to the search and recovery effort through a GoFundMe page.

According to the same post, Charley Morris drowned, while the cause of death for the senior Morris is unknown.

While his son Charley was attending Ohio Wesleyan University, Chuck Morris performed drums for the Denver-based techno band Lotus. The incident happened during the family’s spring break vacation in Beaver Lake.

The tragic conclusion to this story emphasizes the significance of taking water safety precautions when participating in peace activities around lakes and other bodies of water.

While the facts surrounding the tragedy are unknown, it serves as a reminder to be watchful and cautious in unforeseen situations. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Morris family during this terrible time.

Lotus, a well-known “jamtronica” band, has been mourning following the disappearances of two members, Chuck Morris and Charley Pierce, last week.

Despite days of searching, the band declared on social media that the search had been transformed into a recovery mission. Fans and supporters have been devastated by the news, with many rushing to social media to express their condolences and offer assistance.

The band announced plans to memorialize Morris and Pierce’s lives with a series of gigs across the country in the coming weeks in a statement posted by the band.

The first two shows will be in Denver’s Fillmore Auditorium, followed by Port Chester, New York, and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania performances. The revenues from these events will go to the families of the two individuals.

Chuck Morris had been a Lotus member since the early 2000s and had been with the band for almost 20 years. The band had released 13 studio albums and live recordings, solidifying their position as one of the most exciting performers in the “jamtronica” genre.

Their most recent album, “Bloom & Recede,” was released to widespread credit. The news of Morris and Pierce’s abduction sent shockwaves through the music community, with fans and fellow musicians rallying to offer support and condolences.

Despite the tragedy, the band is dedicated to paying tribute to their fallen members, and fans can expect some incredibly memorable performances coming.