TMZ reported that, LFO singer Rich Cronin died. So, people over the internet are search keyword LFO Singer dies. Rich Cronin, who fought a long battle with leukemia, was 36.
The band is best known for its top 10 U.S. hits “Girls on TV” and “Summer Girls,” with Cronin writing the latter.
Cronin was diagnosed with leukemia in 2005 and underwent chemotherapy, said bandmate Brad Fischetti.
The leukemia returned in 2007 or 2008, and doctors treated it with a stem cell transplant, Fischetti said.
Cronin suffered a stroke, an adverse reaction to the treatment, and was left with severe pain in his leg, according to Fischetti.
He did not know whether Cronin was battling leukemia again when he died in a Massachusetts hospital Wednesday, he said.
The trio had a monster hit with its debut album, LFO.
“Summer Girls,” from the album, was the group’s highest charting song and was nominated for a Billboard Music Award.
In 2009, the trio reunited for a summer tour.
The ‘Summer Girls’ Youtube Video: