The Killers' Brandon Flowers Welcomes Third Son

Singer's wife gave birth to their son Henry on March 9th

April 6, 2011 12:05 PM ET
The Killers' Brandon Flowers Welcomes Third Son
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The Killers frontman Brandon Flowers and his wife Tana Munblowsky welcomed their third son, Henry, on March 9, his rep confirms to UsMagazine.com.

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Flowers -- who released his first solo CD, Flamingo, last fall -- is already father to sons Gunnar, 19 months, and Ammon, 3.

During an interview with London's Daily Mail last September, the 29-year-old rocker -- who wed Munblowsky in 2005 -- contemplated taking a break from music to focus on fatherhood.

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"I love music, but I want to spend more time with my children," he explained. "I'd like to be around when they start school."

After all, the family man relied heavily on his sons' opinions before releasing his album in September 2010.

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"'Crossfire' is my son Ammon's favorite," he told Rolling Stone of the album's first single. "Kids can always pick the hits."

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