Google Doodle Honors and Celebrates Tim Bergling 32nd Birthday

On Tuesday, Google dedicated its doodle to celebrate the 32nd birthday of Eden Superstar DJ, producer, lyricist and humanity Tim Bergling – known by his stage name Avicii. During his brief career, Avicii re-interpreted the dance-pop scene by mixing various electronic music with different musical styles.

Swedish DJ and producer Tim Bergling, known as Avicii, died on April 20, local time, at the age of 28, an agent said. Although he died in Oman, the cause of death is Suicide by exsanguination. 

Name Tim Bergling
Cause of deathSuicide by exsanguination
Other namesTim Berg Tom Hangs Timberman
Resting placeHedvig Eleonora Church, Sweden

World famous Swedish DJ Avicii, born Tim Bergling,publisher Billboard has confirmed that the world-famous Swedish Eden DJ Avicci, who was born at the age of 28, has died. The artist died on Friday.

“We are announcing the death of Tim Bergling, also known as Avicenna,” he said in a statement. “She was found dead in Muscat, Oman, on Friday afternoon, April 20.

One of Avicii’s iconic tracks, “Wake Me Up,” has a doodle set, artist-Alyssa Winans, Olivia When, and Sophie Diao.

Avicii scored number 1 hits in the Netherlands in 2013 with Wake Me Up and Hey Brother.

Tim Bergling life

Tim Bergling, the real name of the Swedish music producer and DJ, was followed for four years for the documentary. You see him during performances, behind the scenes and in his daily life. A life of partying and traveling the world, but also of health problems due to his unhealthy lifestyle.

Painkillers and stress

Alcohol, painkillers, stress: Bergling’s life is going downhill faster and faster. In 2016, the DJ had to stop touring, which was ‘a matter of life or death’ for him. The DJ goes into therapy and initially seems to be getting back on track, but collapses again. In 2017 he will make a new album, but he will not be the old one.

He passed away unexpectedly at the age of 28. His family has said that he was ‘looking for peace’ and ‘couldn’t go on’. Management does not want to say whether he took his own life.

Google doodle

Google spoke to Avicii’s father, Klaus Bergling, about his son and his mental health. “Doodle is wonderful, my family and I feel honored and the team is very proud and would love it.

It is a friendly and warm story of a young man fulfilling his dream of becoming a DJ and at the same time telling us that our journey in life is not always easy in spite of fame and fortune.”he said.

In 2021, it was announced that the Stockholm Ericsson Globe Arena would be renamed the AVC Arena.

The initiative is being run by the Team Berling Foundation, which aims to honor the team’s life and heirs by the Barling family, eliminate suicidal quarrels, and promote mental health awareness among young people around the world.

Google doodle tweets about Tim bergling (Avicii)

tim bergling

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