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Who is the singer of Loverboy?

Who is the singer of Loverboy?

Mike Reno
Paul Dean

Is the lead singer from Loverboy still alive?

He fronted other bands, including Moxy, before helping form Loverboy….

Mike Reno
Occupation(s) Musician, singer
Instruments Vocals, drums, guitar
Years active 1978–present
Labels Columbia

Who died in the band Loverboy?

Scott Smith
December 4, 2000 — Scott Smith, bassist for ’80s rock band Loverboy, is missing and presumed dead after being swept off his sailboat by a wave Thursday. Smith, 45, was taking his 37-foot sailboat to a marina in Southern California when the wave hit, four miles off the coast of San Francisco.

Where are the members of Loverboy now?

Loverboy is a Canadian rock band formed in 1979. They were established in Calgary, Alberta, but are currently based in Vancouver, British Columbia….

Labels Columbia CMC International
Members Mike Reno Paul Dean Doug Johnson Matt Frenette Ken “Spider” Sinnaeve

Where is Mike Reno now?

“The good news is that I’m still touring the big cities,” Reno says. “Right now I’m in London!

Was Scott Smith’s body ever found?

Near San Francisco, they hit a storm which produced 20-foot-high waves. One of them knocked Smith off the deck, and into the water. A Coast Guard search turned up nothing, and neither did a private search. Smith was 45 years old; his body was never recovered.

What happened to Scott Smith?

Death. On 30 November 2000, Smith was sailing his boat, the 11-metre (36-foot) Sea Major, with two friends off the coast of San Francisco near the Golden Gate Bridge, when a large wave swept him overboard.

Where was Mike Reno born?

New Westminster, CanadaMike Reno / Place of birth

What band is Mike Reno in?

Loverboy1991 – 1988
Moxy1978 – 1978Voices of Classic Rock
Mike Reno/Music groups

Who is Richard Scott?

Scott (born 1964), comic book artist, writer, videographer and voice actor. Richard Farquhar Scott (1914–2011), Chairman of the Scott Trust, owner of The Guardian. Richard G. Scott (1928–2015), nuclear engineer and member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.