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FireHouse Singer C.J. Snare Dead at 64


Last Updated on 10:03 PM by Nikos Nakos

C.J. Snare, founding singer of FireHouse, has died at the age of 64.

The group — which scored Hot 100 hits in the early Nineties with the singles “Love of a Lifetime” and “When I Look Into Your Eyes” — revealed Snare’s death Sunday on social media.

“Today is a sad day for Rock N Roll,” the surviving members wrote. “It is with great sorrow we are letting the world know we have lost our brother: CJ Snare, the rock and roll warrior, lead vocalist, and a founding member of Firehouse. CJ snare passed unexpectedly at home Friday night, April 5, 2024. He was a young 64 years old.”

No cause of death was provided, but Snare’s death came six months after Snare revealed he would undergo abdominal surgery; the band initially postponed their gigs but recruited a fill-in singer while Snare recovered.

Just a week ago, Snare hinted that he would soon return to the stage, writing on social media, “Feeling Stronger Everyday ! I’ll be back on stage with FireHouse before you know it. Health is first so making a FULL recovery before my return.”

“As you are all aware, CJ was expected to be back on stage with the band this summer after recovering from surgery,” FireHouse added in their statement. “We are all in complete shock with CJ’s untimely passing. CJ was was arguably one of the best vocal talents of a generation, touring the world with Firehouse non stop the past 34 years.”

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