LFO Member Brian “Brizz” Gillis Lifeless at 47

LFO is mourning the dying of considered one of its final surviving members.

Brian “Brizz” Gillis, who co-founded the band together with Brad Fischetti and the late Wealthy Cronin, died on March 29 at age 47, Fischetti confirmed in a latest Instagram submit.

“Each story is made up of chapters. Some develop naturally. Some you need to lower up in your thoughts. The primary two chapters of the LFO story misplaced a fundamental character yesterday,” Fischetti wrote March 30. “I haven’t got particulars, and it would not be my place to share them if I did. I’m actually struggling to course of this tragic loss.”

His reason behind dying has not been shared.

LFO, quick for Lyte Funkie Ones, was fashioned 1995 in Massachusetts and went on to launch “Summer time Ladies” and “Woman On TV” hit songs, although Gillis left the band in 1998 in pursuit of a solo profession. He was changed by Devin Lima, who died November 2018 at age 41 after a battle with adrenal most cancers. Eight years earlier, Cronin handed away at 36 years previous after battling leukemia.

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