LFO Singer Dead At Age 35

September 9, 2010

(ChattahBox Entertainment News) – Rich Cronin, the singer of the popular boy band LFO, has died at the age of 35 after a long battle with Leukemia.

Just two weeks after his 35th birthday, the singer had a stroke and died in the hospital, reports have said, ending a long battle with a devastating disease.

Cronin was well known as the lead singer of LFO, which produced such hits as “Summer Girls”, “Girl on TV” and “Every Other Time.” They were often seen as a parody pop band, due to their often strangely light-hearted and random lyrics, such as: “But then i think about the time/That we broke up before the prom/And u told everyone that I was gay/OK”.

He starred in a short-lived reality show with Kirk Kirpatrick of N*Sync called ‘Mission: Manband” on Vh1.

He has battled leukemia since his diagnosis in 2005.


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