Brian Anthony Howe, vocalist for Bad Company from 1984-1996, died from cardiac arrest at his Florida home Tuesday, according to TMZ. He was 66 years old.
Howe became singer for Bad Company in '86 with the band's album Fame and Fortune. Bad Company reached its most commercial success with their 1990 album Holy Water. Howe wrote most of Holy Water's album.
Howe also sang for Ted Nugent on his 1984 album Penetrator.