Former Bonham Singer Dies

Daniel MacMaster, former lead singer of British band Bonham, died March 16th of a Group A streptococcus infection.

MacMaster, 39, lived in Thunder Bay, Ontario, the past eight years and worked as a long-haul trucker. Founded by Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham’s son Jason, the band debuted in 1989 with The Disregard of Timekeeping, which hit the Top 40 charts.

Bonham disbanded in 1992, with MacMaster giving up the rock ’n’ roll lifestyle but continuing to write music and play in a local band.