FireHouse Co-Founder & Lead Singer C.J. Snare Dead at 64

Lead singer of hard rock band FireHouse, C.J. Snare, has tragically passed away after a long battle with cancer. He died of cardiac arrest at the age of 64. Snare, who helped form FireHouse in 1987, was with the band for nearly 40 years. He was known for playing keyboards and providing vocals on all seven albums released by the group, with their debut album achieving double platinum status in the US. Some of the band's hit songs include "I Live My Life For You," "Here For You," and "When I Look Into Your Eyes." Perry Richardson, a co-founder and former bassist of the band, paid tribute to Snare, calling him one of the great voices in rock history. Snare leaves behind three children and a legacy in the rock music industry that will be greatly missed.

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