LFO Singer Dies of Leukemia

Rich Cronin, lead singer of the 1990s boy band LFO, has died at the age of just 36 after battling Leukemia.

Most will remember the band for songs such as “Girls on TV” and “Summer Girls”.

From CNN:

Cronin was diagnosed with leukemia in 2005 and underwent chemotherapy, said band mate Brad Fischetti.

The leukemia returned in 2007 and 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 Wednesday in a Massachusetts hospital.

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  1. LFO mates remember Rich Cronin…

    Image Credit: Robb D. Cohen/Retna ltdLast night, news that LFO singer Rich Cronin had died at age 36 from leukemia hit the Web. Now his bandmates, Brad Fischetti, 34, and Devin Lima, 33, are sharing some memories of their fallen friend. “He was one o…..


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