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Unhealthy Firm singer Brian Howe ‘useless at 66 after coronary heart assault’

Bad Company singer Brian Howe ‘dead at 66 after heart attack’


THE LEAD vocalist of Unhealthy Firm, Brian Anthony Howe, handed away on the age of 66 on Wednesday.

The singer reportedly died on his option to the hospital after going into cardiac arrest in his Florida house.

Unhealthy Firm’s Brian Howe handed away on the age of 66
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A member of the family revealed to TMZ the 66-year-old’s reason behind loss of life.

The singer had a coronary heart assault again in 2017 and had been coping with ongoing coronary heart illness since then.

The English rockstar had been concerned in a automobile accident on April 30 which left him with damaged ribs.

The Portsmouth native first discovered fame when he changed Paul Rodgers because the lead singer of the band in 1983.

His first album with Unhealthy Firm was Penetrator which rapidly raised his identify to the highest.

He then tried his hand at a solo profession in 1994 after writing the platinum-selling report Holy Water in 1990 and gold-selling album Right here Comes Hassle two years later.