Tony Lewis, lead singer of the 1980s power pop band The Outfield, died on Monday (Oct. 19) at age 62. According to a statement from a spokesperson, Lewis died "suddenly and unexpectedly" near London. At press time, no cause of death had been announced. The Outfield, fronted by bassist/singer Lewis, guitarist/keyboardist John Spinks and drummer Alan Jackman, first formed in the late 1970s as Sirius B and The Baseball Boys, before landing on another baseball-inspired name, a conceit the British trio continued on the title of their hit 1985 debut album, Play Deep; the multiplatinum debut reached No. 6 on the Billboard 200, spending 66 weeks on the chart. Former King Crimson Bassist and Singer Gordon Haskell Dies at 74 ARTIST MENTIONED Tony Lewis That release featured the breakthrough hit the bouncy pop rock smash "Your Love," which reached No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, as well as radio single "Say It Isn't So" and All The Love."