Brian Howe of 'Bad Company' Dies at Age 66: Remembering His Memorable Life and Legacy
Former Bad Company band member, Brian Howe, has died from cardiac arrest at age 66.
According to Paul's statement, despite the fact was Brian's world was a challenging and demanding one; the singer had a "heart of solid gold."
As a solo artist, Brian released three solo albums as well as a single, "Hot Tin Roof," in 2017.
It would be recalled that Brian came into limelight when he joined Bad Company in 1985, as he replaced Paul Rodgers as the group's lead singer.
During his time with the U.K., rock band, Brian released five albums – with one album going platinum and two earning gold. Off those albums came hits such as "No Smoke Without a Fire," "Shake It Up," "Holy Water," and How About That."
Brian Howe, former frontman for the British rock group Bad Company, died Tuesday at age 66, his friend and longtime manager Paul Easton tells CNN. https://t.co/9J96OvyMJh— CNN (@CNN) May 7, 2020
Billboard added that the late 66-year-old was with Bad Company until 1994 when he started his solo career. As a solo artist, Brian released three solo albums as well as a single, "Hot Tin Roof," in 2017.
Although he suffered a near-fatal heart attack in the same year, he was back to work within a few months.
Rest in peace, Brian Howe. The former lead singer of the English hard rock supergroup Bad Company, has died at age 66https://t.co/rJFgSY868O— billboard (@billboard) May 7, 2020
Brian's death comes many years after Los Angeles Times announced that the original bass player for the band, Raymond "Boz" Burrell, passed away at age 60 of a heart attack at his home in Spain.
Even though Raymond left King Crimson after two years, he soon found another home when he joined a new group being formed by Paul Rodgers and Mick Ralphs.