Brian Howe, the former lead vocalist for Bad Company, passed away yesterday in Florida from a possible heart attack. He was 66 years old.
The singer’s career took off when he worked on Ted Nugent’s 1984 “Penetrator” album.
Howe would go on to replaced Paul Rodgers as the lead vocalist for Bad Company. Howe, who was also a songwriter, handled most of the writing for the album, “Holy Water,” back in 1990. It was the most successful album for the group
The group’s last album for Howe was “Here Comes Trouble” released in 1992. The album went gold with a top 40 hit, “How About That.” Howe left the group in 1994.
He is survived by his sister: Sandie; son: Michael; daughters: Victoria and Ella; and grandchildren: Kira, Alexandria, and Aurora.