Summer Girls Lyrics
September 9, 2010 by Post Team
Summer Girls Lyrics, Reuters – Rich Cronin, former lead singer of boy band LFO, and the writer of his 1999 hit “Summer Girls”, died Wednesday after a battle with leukemia, celebrity website TMZ reported. He was 35.
Lance Bass, former member of AND Sync, who described Cronin as “an incredible man”, reported the news on Twitter. It is unclear where he died Cronin.
The Boston native co-founder of LFO – short for “Lyte Funky Ones” – in 1995 with Brad Fischetti and Brian Gillis (who was later replaced by Devin Lima). They signed a contract with Lou Pearlman, the pop entrepreneur now locked up behind AND Sync and the Backstreet Boys.
But Cronin sought to differentiate his band of male vocal groups, which relied on outside songwriters and producers to deliver pop soul hits. LFO entered the hip-hop and rock into the equation, and hit No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart with the inescapable summer anthem “Summer Girls.”
Monitoring, “Girl on TV”, reached No. 10, but subsequent singles did not top 40. The band broke up in 2003.
Cronin was diagnosed with cancer in 2005, and established a foundation to raise money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
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