Tony Lewis, frontman and lead singer for The Outfield, passed away today at the age of 62. His incredibly high vocal range stood out, boosting hits like "Say It Isn't So," "Your Love," "Everytime You Cry," "Voices of Babylon" and more.
The band's biggest hit, "Your Love," was released in 1986 off their debut album Play Deep. The song plays on over 1,000 radio stations still (including ours) and averages 2 million streams on Pandora, 1 million views on YouTube and 1 million streams on Spotify, as reported on Lewis' own website.
His death was "sudden and unexpected," according to friends and family. His cause of death has not yet been released.
Lewis was born in London on December 21, 1957 in the East End of London. He had been working on a new EP, scheduled for release next spring. He's survived by his wife of 35 years, Carol, two daughters Gemma and Rosie, and three 3 grandchildren.
Here's their first hit, "Say It Isn't So," from 1985's Play Deep.