Free guitarist Paul Kossoff is thought to be dead after slipping into a drug-induced coma on August 30, 1975. Though it was only a scare and Kossoff fully recovered, the guitar legend would die less than a year later at the age of 25. He would join Paul Rodgers, Simon Kirke and Andy Fraser to form Free in 1968. The band's greatest success was found in their third album "Fire and Water" in 1970 which produced the rock classic "All Right Now". Free disbanded in 1973 with Rodgers and Kirke departing to form Bad Company. Even with his promising career cut short by addiction, Kossoff was ranked in Rolling Stone's "100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time". His grave marker is inscribed "All Right Now".