Sad news for metalheads.
According to TMZ, former BAD COMPANY singer Brian Howe has died at the age of 66.
Howe passed away Wednesday (May 6) at his home in Florida after suffering cardiac arrest. He had a history of heart issues, having previously had a heart attack in 2017.
The singer was reportedly involved in a road traffic accident in Florida at the end of April, in which he suffered broken ribs.
Just six days before his death, he updated a fan who asked about his recovery after the accident.
Asked how he was feeling, Brian wrote on Facebook:
“Horrible. Broken ribs are NO fun.”
Howe fronted BAD COMPANY between 1986 and 1994 and provided vocals on hit albums including 1988’s “Dangerous Age” and 1990’s “Holy Water”.