Radiohead have paid tribute to the British drum technician killed when a stage collapsed before one of their concerts in Toronto.
Drummer Phil Selway posted a brief statement on the Oxfordshire band's website following the death of Yorkshireman Scott Johnson.
"We have all been shattered by the loss of Scott Johnson, our friend and colleague," Selway wrote.
"He was a lovely man, always positive, supportive and funny, a highly skilled and valued member of our great road crew.
"We will miss him very much. Our thoughts and love are with Scott's family and all those close to him."
Mr Johnson, 33, died on Saturday when part of a metal frame stage collapsed at Downsview Park, where a crowd of around 40,000 was expected for that night's sold-out gig.
Ian West, Mr Johnson's drum teacher in Doncaster, said his former pupil toured the world with famous bands, including Radiohead and Keane.
"It was a very, very big shock. He was a great student and a great drummer. He got a lucky break and made the most of it, he never looked back.
"The list of bands he worked with was endless, his CV had every band worth
their salt on it, a lot of British bands and world class bands."
Mr West said he taught Mr Johnson for three years about 10 years ago.
"He was a fantastic guy, never down, very enthusiastic. He was very thoughtful and would do anything for you, he was spot on."
Fellow musicians paid tribute to Mr Johnson on Twitter.
Jack Lawrence Brown, drummer with White Lies, tweeted: "Devastated to learn that the man killed in the Radiohead stage collapse was drum tech Scott Johnson.
"Scott worked with White Lies on a show earlier in the year as my drum tech.
"A very talented man and a lovely guy all round. Glad to have known him. A big loss. RIP Scott."
Geoff Barrow, of Bristol band Portishead, wrote: "Shocking to hear the passing of crew member Scott Johnson of the Radiohead tour - my thoughts and condolences are with everyone involved."
Tim Burgess, lead singer in The Charlatans, wrote: "Our thoughts are with the family of Scott Johnson."
An investigation into the cause of the incident is under way. Contrary to early speculation, officials have said there were no strong gusts of wind at the time.
Radiohead cancelled the show after the collapse, which left three others injured.