Brian Howe Biography – Brian Howe Wiki
Brian Howe born Brian Anthony Howe was an English rock singer-songwriter and musician. He was best known as the lead singer of Bad Company, and a vocalist for Ted Nugent.
He began his U.S. career with Ted Nugent’s “Penetrator” album, which was released in 1984. He joined Bad Company in 1986 to replace the group’s original singer, Paul Rodgers. The group’s second album, 1988’s “Dangerous Age,” went gold with more than 500,000 sales. The 1990 album, “Holy Water,” attained Top 40 and platinum status by selling more than one million copies.
Howe left Bad Company in 1994 to pursue a solo career. He released his first solo album Tangled in Blue in 1997 and co-wrote the Megadeth song “I’ll Get Even.” He released two more solo albums, plus a 2017 single called “Hot Tin Roof.”
Brian Howe Age
Brian Howe was born on 22 July 1953, in Portsmouth, England, United Kingdom as Brian Anthony Howe. He died on 6 May 2020, in Lake Placid, Florida, United States. He was 66 years old.
Brian Howe Children
Brian Howe had 3 children; son Michael and daughters Victoria and Ella.
Brian Howe Family
Howe is survived by his sister Sandie and her husband, his son Michael and daughters Victoria and Ella, his three grandchildren Kira, Alexandria, and Aurora.
Brian Howe Death
Brian Howe on 6 May 2020 at the age of 66 after suffering a heart attack in his home in Florida. His death was confirmed by his manager Paul Easton in a statement to The Wrap: “It is with deep and profound sadness that we announce the untimely passing of a loving father, friend and musical icon, Brian Howe. ”
His sister Sandie said in a statement: “Finding the appropriate words to express the pain in our hearts over losing my brother has been difficult. Our family would like to thank you for your compassion and the outpouring of love we are receiving.”
Howe’s son Michael said in a statement: “I feel we are all put in this world for a reason. The passion for music was my father’s, and I am so happy that his legacy will live on.”
Howe’s longtime friend and manager, Paul Easton said in a statement on Facebook: “Yesterday was one of the worst. His was the first call I would get in the morning, long before I could set foot in the office. We would talk several times a day. To be in Brian’s world was challenging, demanding, but he had a heart of solid gold. His visits to the office were at times chaotic, often with his beloved dog Rosie along for the ride. He loved his band. Truly loved the guys. He found a musical soul mate and very willing co-conspirator in Paul Warren and for that I will forever be happy. But Brian was a complicated, enigmatic soul. In his eyes he was never good enough…call him after a show and he would say it was not his best. Anybody else would have been thrilled with being Brian’s “not very good”. We had plans that were delayed by the current pandemic…a new deal with a branding company, photo shoot, new music…it wasn’t to be. Yesterday was painful…I am personally totally gutted. He was so much more than “a client”…he was a dear, dear friend who I will miss forever.”
Brian Howe Cause of Death
Brian Howe’s cause of death was a heart attack.
Brian Howe Net Worth
Brian Howe’s net worth will be updated as the information becomes available.