Rest In Peace, Kevin.

Cutting Crew guitarist loses battle with cancer
HALIFAX (CP) — Kevin Macmichael, a well-known guitarist and founding member of the 80’s rock band Cutting Crew, died on Tuesday after a lengthy battle with cancer. He was 51.
Macmichael, a well-known artist on the East Coast music scene, formed Cutting Crew in England in 1985 with vocalist Nick Van Eede after performing with the bands Chalice, Spice and Fast Forward in the Maritimes.
Cutting Crew went to the top of the charts worldwide with the hit single (I Just) Died in Your Arms. The group produced four albums, sold over 3.5 million albums and nominated for the Best New Artist Grammy in 1987.
In 1992, Macmichael began working with Robert Plant, former front man of Led Zeppelin, on his million-selling comeback album, Fate of Nations.
He also continued to write and produce music from his Halifax home for East Coast musicians Jimmy Rankin and Ashley MacIsaac.
Funeral arrangements have yet to be made because of the holidays.