Summary: singer, songwriter, and former lead vocalist of the Los Angeles-based alternative rock band School of Fish who had released two albums on Capitol Records, including the band's eponymous 1991 set that featured 3 Strange Days and it became a No. 6 hit on the Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks chart, who embarked on a solo career in 1994 with the release of an unsuccessful album but later signed to A&M Records and toured in support of artists such as Tori Amos and Del Amitri.
Cause of Death: Testicular cancer
Born: May 18, 1967
Died: January 19, 2000
Location: Los Angeles, California