The hit song by LFO, "Summer Girls" was inescapable in the summer of 1999. That was when Rich Cronin was seemingly on top of the world.The LFO singer died Wednesday at the age of 35 after a long battle with leukemia. He suffered a stroke shortly before his death. His hit song is still remembered by many who have paid tribute in small ways all day Thursday.Rich was remembered on Twitter by fellow boy band veterans Lance Bass and Chris Kirkpatrick and all day people have been searching for...Read Full Story
More on Rich Cronin LFO 'Summer Girls': VideoRich Cronin Howard Stern Interview Reveals Late Singer's Post-Boy Band Days LFO singer Rich Cronin died Wednesday at the age of 35 after battling leukemia for the past five years. In January, 2009, he gave a revealing interview to Howard Stern, talking about everything from his surprise success with LFO to his relationship to Jennifer Love Hewitt to his beef with manager Lou Pearlman. Rich said in the interview that when he first met Pearlman...Read Full Story
(Getty Images)LFO singer Rich Cronin died Wednesday afternoon after a prolonged battle with leukemia. He was 35. Remembered best for his hit song "Summer Girls" and its inescapable chorus of "I like girls who wear Abercrombie & Fitch," Rich shot to fame with LFO in the summer of 1999. Sadly the talented young songwriter's fame was accompanied by little fortune.LFO was created and managed by Lou Pearlman, who had success putting together both the Backstreet Boys and N'Sync. It was later...Read Full Story
Richard Burton "Rich" Cronin (August 30, 1975 – September 8, 2010) was an American singer and songwriter. He was the lead singer and primary songwriter for the pop group LFO.