Devin Lima, the singer behind the LFO band of the 90s, died of cancer at age 41, his family said. TMZ and Us Weekly.
"My son died, his mother," confirmed Filomena Lima to the celebrity magazine on Wednesday. "His girlfriend was living with him and he let us know that he died at 2:45 in the morning."
He added that Lima had been "fighting for 13 months since his diagnosis of cancer, the family is not good."
Lima is the second member of the band to die of cancer in recent years: the singer of the trio, Rich Cronin, died in 2010 after a battle against leukemia.
Last year, Lima was diagnosed with stage 4 adrenal cancer, a rare diagnosis, her publicist Alaina Bendi told Us Weekly.
"(Bandmate Brad Fischetti) has been at his side since the first day when Devin fell ill, so LFO will always see them together," Bendi told the magazine after Lima's diagnosis.
LFO had a great success with their single "Summer Girls" in 1999, with other favorites like "Girls on TV" and "Every Other Time", with their most recent album "Perfect 10" that arrived last year.
USA TODAY has contacted representatives of Lima to make comments.
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