Brian Gillis, a founding member of the boy band LFO, who left right before the group scored their 1999 hit “Summer Girls,” has died. He was 47.
Are you interested in learning more about Brian ‘Brizz’ Gillis how he died, what actually happened, and more about his death?… Keep reading!
Who was Brian Gillis?
Gillis was the co-founder of ’90s boy band LFO. LFO, short for Lyte Funkie Ones, was created by Gillis, Fischetti, and the late Rich Cronin in 1995.
To date, the group has sold over four million records and is known for hit songs “Summer Girls” and “Girl On TV”.
The group’s success has been affected over the years due to internal disagreements – resulting in a number of make-ups and break-ups.
Brian Gillis death: When did Brian Gillis die?
Brian ‘Brizz’ Gillis, Founding Member of Boy Band LFO, died at 47 on Wednesday March 29, 2022.
Brian Gillis cause of death: How did Brian Gillis die?
LFO’s Brad Fischetti — who is now the sole surviving member of the group following the deaths of Rich Cronin in 2010 and Devin Lima in 2018 — confirmed Gillis’ death on Instagram Thursday, March 30. Fischetti did not reveal a cause of death, saying, “I don’t have details and it wouldn’t be my place to share them if I did.”
He continued: “I am really struggling to process this tragic loss. I’ve said it before and I will continue to say it; the LFO Story is a tragedy. If you know what I’ve been doing, you know I’m trying to bring light into the darkness. Trying find redemption in pain and suffering. Trying to honor the legacy.”
Fischetti described Gillis as a “main character” in the band’s early stages, adding, “If it wasn’t for his hard work and dedication in the early days of LFO, the first two chapters, the LFO you came to know and (hopefully) love would not exist.”
Brian Gillis Obituary:
Brian Gillis’ obituary details have not yet been revealed by his family.
Brian Brizz Gillis, a co-founding member of the 1990s boy band LFO, passed away on Wednesday, March 29th, 2023, at the age of 47.