​R.I.P. Toronto Musician and the Diableros Frontman Pete Carmichael

​R.I.P. Toronto Musician and the Diableros Frontman Pete Carmichael
Toronto musician Pete Carmichael, best known for fronting the Diableros, has reportedly died.
 
Yesterday (January 21), a call for help was issued after Carmichael had been missing for a few days.
 
 
Last night (January 21), a number of his friends on social media revealed that he had been found, but confirmed dead.
 


Carmichael formed the Diableros with drummer Phoebe Lee in 2004, and they released their acclaimed debut album You Can't Break the Strings in Our Olympic Hearts in 2006.
 
The band's second album, Aren't Ready for the Country, was released the following year in 2007. They also released an EP titled Old Story, Fresh Road in 2009, before disbanding in 2010.
 
Following his work with the Diableros, Carmichael continued to perform and release solo music.
 
A number of Toronto musicians and friends have paid tribute to the late musician. Read some of their messages below.