(WJW) — The lead singer for the band Bad Company has passed away at 66, TMZ reports.
According to TMZ, Brian Howe died Wednesday at his Florida home. A relative told TMZ he died from cardiac arrest.
Howe had heart issues, according to TMZ, and had a heart attack in 2017.
TMZ reports that Howe’s career launched in 1984 when he worked on Ted Nugent’s “Penetrator” alabum. According to TMZ, he replaced Paul Rodgers as th elead vocalist for Bad Company and handled most of the writing for the album “Holy Water” in 1990.
He left the group in 1994.
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