Bad Company singer Brian Anthony Howe dead at 66 due to cardiac arrest

  • The talented musician passed away at his home in Florida while possibly on his way to the hospital according to a relative
  •  Howe has had a history of heart complications as he had a heart attack in 2017
  • He rose to fame as he became the lead vocalist for Bad Company’s Fame And Fortune album in 1986 
  • The group reached its height of commercial success with the album Holy Water in 1990 in which Howe handled most of the songwriting duties 
  • He then left the English hard rock band in 1994 citing friction with guitarist Mick Ralphs and drummer Simon Kirke 
  • Before his time with Bad Company, Howe joined forces with Ted Nugent as he became lead singer of his Penetrator album released in January 1984.