Charlatans singer Tim Burgess has tweeted and said his thoughts are with the family of Scott Johnson who was killed when a stage collapsed before a Radiohead concert in Toronto:
Portishead musician Geoff Barrow has also tweeted his condolences:
Tony Vella, a spokesman for Toronto police said crew were setting up the stage when it collapsed.
A force spokesman later tweeted that once the structure was deemed safe to work around, forensic officers would begin a joint investigation with the coroner and the Ministry of Labour.
Tony Bellavance, Fire Services Platoon Chief in Toronto, said officials were alerted to a person trapped under the rubble and crews assisted in extracting the victim.
Ian West, Mr Johnson's drum teacher in Doncaster, said his former pupil toured the world with famous bands, including Radiohead and Keane.
Scott Johnson, 33, from Doncaster in Yorkshire, died when the top portion of the stage fell in on him as he was setting up for the Radiohead show in Canada.
A drum technician who died when a stage collapsed before a Radiohead concert in Toronto has been named as Scott Johnson, from Doncaster, according to PA sources.
The BBC are reporting that a man killed after the stage collapsed in Toronto has been named as Scott Johnson, a 33 year old member of Radiohead's stage crew.
Toronto Police posted on their official Twitter page: "#Radiohead concert at #Downsview Park has been cancelled due to stage collapse. Asking people to stay away from immediate area."
In another message, police said: "We are not confirming the number or nature of injures at this time at #Downsview Park. We will provide that later when all facts are in."
Within minutes of news spreading the hashtag #radiohead was the top trending topic on the social network.
In one picture posted on Twitter by Jason Ip, a huge scaffolding that had fully collapsed in the middle could be seen.
Along with the picture Mr Ip tweeted: "Radiohead stage collapse. People were underneath and we're getting sent away from the site."
Gennelle Smith also tweeted a picture of the sunken stage with the message: "It's insane to see this happen firsthand. Workers jumping out but it was just too quick for others."