Veteran Survivor rocker Jimi Jamison died of a stroke with methamphetamine intoxication, medical examiners have ruled.
The singer passed away in August (14), aged 63, at his home in Memphis, Tennessee, and now the Shelby County medical examiner has released the report of his autopsy.
According to the report obtained by Billboard.com, it states that Jamison was suffering from cardiovascular disease and narrowing of the arteries, which the coroner believes resulted in a heart attack.
The autopsy found that the rocker died of a hemorrhagic brain stroke, with "acute methamphetamine intoxication contributing".
In addition to his time with Survivor, he was a member of Target and Cobra, and also famed as the co-writer and singer of Baywatch theme tune I'm Always Here.