Shifty Shellshock, Frontman of Crazy Town and Singer of 'Butterfly', Passes Away at 49

Shifty Shellshock, Frontman of Crazy Town and Singer of 'Butterfly', Passes Away at 49

Singer of Butterfly

Remembering Shifty Shellshock: Crazy Town Frontman and 'Butterfly' Singer

Shifty Shellshock, the iconic frontman of rap rock band Crazy Town renowned for their hit single "Butterfly," has passed away at the age of 49.

According to reports from the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner’s website, Shellshock, born Seth Binzer, died at his residence on Monday. The cause of his death has not yet been disclosed.

Shellshock co-founded Crazy Town alongside Bret Mazur in 1992, originally performing under the name the Brimstone Sluggers. The band transitioned to Crazy Town in 1999, expanding their lineup to include Rust Epique, James Bradley Jr. (aka JBJ), Doug Miller, Adam Goldstein (aka DJ AM), and Antonio Lorenzo “Trouble” Valli. Their debut album, "The Gift of Game," released in November 1999, catapulted them to fame, supported by tours with the Red Hot Chili Peppers shortly thereafter.

Shellshock’s charismatic stage presence and distinctive vocals in "Butterfly" solidified Crazy Town’s place in music history, leaving an indelible mark on the industry and touching the hearts of fans worldwide.

As we mourn the loss of Shifty Shellshock, we celebrate his life and the enduring impact of his music, which continues to resonate with audiences everywhere.

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