Brian Howe one of the music band group, Bad Company has died.
The news of his death came as a shock to the fans and the music group they established in the late 90s.
Howe death was revealed by his friend and manager, Paul Easton, he died on Thursday after suffering from cardiac arrest at his home in Florida on Tuesday.
“It is with deep and profound sadness that we announce the untimely passing of a loving father, friend and musical icon, Brian Howe,” Easton said.
“Though EMTs were able to have a short conversation with him, he slipped away, and they were unable to revive him,” Paul went further to say
“Finding the appropriate words to express the pain in our hearts over losing my brother has been difficult,” Sandie said. “Our family would like to thank you for your compassion and the outpouring of love we are receiving.” Howe’s sister Sandie said
In 2017 Howe suffered from a heart attack after he recently was invovled in a scooter accident that broke his ribs and affected his lung.
“Words can’t describe how I am feeling right now… I was hoping to meet you someday.. I will forever miss you Brain Howe”Decarlorocks Crew Matthew from Twitter commented
— Matthew Blaszyk (@AttackBee11) May 7, 2020
Howe was born in Portsmouth, England. His musical career took off when he was signed to become the lead singer for Ted Nugent’s “Penetrator” album. The album reached No. 56 on Billboard’s Top 200 chart with “Tied Up In Love.”
Howe joined Bad Company in the 1980s, replacing original member Paul Rodgers on lead vocals. In October 1986, Howe and original members Mick Ralphs and Simon Kirke released “Fame and Fortune.” While original bassist Boz Burrell appears credited as part of the album’s lineup, session player Steve Price played on the album, according to Howe’s official website.
Howe left the band group in 1994 to embark on a solo career and continued living in Florida at the time of his death but had relayed to the outlet last year his desire in moving to Nashville, Tenn. to possibly kickstart a new musical career.