Sib Hashian Biography
Birthday: August 17, 1949 (Leo)
Born In: Boston, Massachusetts, United States
John Thomas Hashian, best known as Sib Hashian, was an American musician best recognized for playing drums for the rock band Boston. He began his career in 1975 as a replacement to Boston’s original drummer Jim Masdea and went on to record all of the drum parts on the band’s self-titled debut studio album except for one track. He also performed on the follow up album ‘Don't Look Back.’ Most of the songs in this album were note-for-note transcriptions of Jim Masdea's original drum arrangements. Hashian had also worked as an actor during his lifetime; his most notable works include the play ‘9-Ball’. He even co-hosted a local TV show in New England titled Scorch's PFG-TV. On a personal note, he was a married man and the father of three children, including singer-songwriter Lauren Hashian and songwriter Aja Hashian. In March 2017, the American musician died while performing on a cruise; he was 67. Although his journey on this earth has ended, Hashian will always be remembered for his music and charming personality.