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In Diessenhofen, Switzerland, of heart failure (57), songwriter and pianist, who penned several film scores including Mickey Rooney's 'Home for Christmas' and the award-winning movie 'Breakfast With Monica'.
In Quebec, Canada, following a heart attack (79), songwriter, producer, and vocalist with The Miracles, whose compositions for the band included such hits as 'Ooo Baby Baby', 'The Tracks Of My Tears', 'My Girl Has Gone', 'Going To A Go-Go' and 'Love Machine', but who also wrote songs recorded by Marvin Gaye ('Aint That Peculiar' and 'Ill Be Doggone'), The Temptations ('It's Growing' and 'Since I Lost My Baby'), Linda Ronstadt, Michael Jackson, Aretha Franklin, George Michael, The Rolling Stones, Ramsey Lewis, Tom Jones, Luther Vandross, The Four Tops and Debby Boone. In Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, of complications from diabetes (78), singer and frontman for the CC Riders, and songwriter whose composition 'Last Kiss' was a US Number 1 hit for both J.
In Jackson, Tennessee, USA, of heart failure (70), singer and actress who represented Luxembourg at the 1965 Eurovision with the song she herself picked 'Poupe De Cire, Poupe De Son', penned by Serge Gainsbourg.
(75), singer-songwriter whose songs were recorded by such stars as Johnny Cash, Guy Clark, Nanci Griffith, David Allan Coe, Carlene Carter, Dave Edmunds, Billie Jo Spears, Lacy J Dalton, Kevin Willis, Del Reeves and Steve Young.
Other hits written for The Tokens include "I Hear Trumpets Blow", before he joined Cross Country, scoring a 1973 hit with 'In The Midnight Hour'. In Los Angeles, Calfornia, USA, of heart failure (59), singer-songwriter in the power-pop genre, whose songs included such radio hits as 'Places That Are Gone' and 'Hanging On To Yesterday', and who played with Nils Lofgren, REMs Peter Buck, Matthew Sweet, The Goo Goo Dolls, Robert Pollard of Guided by Voices and Paul Westerberg of the Replacements, while releasing more than 15 solo albums on such labels as Dolphin, Geffen and Matador.
In Los Angeles, Calfornia, USA, of heart failure (67), singer-songwriter, member of The Partridge Family and actor, whose hits include 'Cherish', 'The Last Kiss', 'I Think I Love You', 'Daydreamer', 'I Write The Songs', 'I Woke Up In Love This Morning', 'I Can Feel Your Heartbeat', 'How Can I Be Sure', and 'Breaking Up Is Hard To Do', and whose sixty published compositions include songs recorded by himself, Asia, Cher and The Partridge Family.
As a solo artist, Mel Tllis also placed 77 titles on the country charts between 19, including 35 Top 10 hits.
' (Tracy Lawrence), 'Where The Stars And Stripes And Eagle Fly' (Aaron Tippin) and 'The Love Song' (Jeff Bates).
In Nashville, Tennesse, USA, of heart failure (66), songwriter, actor, and singer with both Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers and The Traveling Wilburys, and whose hits include such classics as 'Anything That's Rock 'n' Roll', 'American Girl', 'I Need To Know', 'You're Gonna Get It!
', 'Listen To Her Heart', 'Don't Do Me Like That', 'Refugee', 'Here Comes My Girl', 'The Waiting', 'A Woman in Love (It's Not Me)', 'You Got Lucky', 'Change Of Heart', 'Don't Come Around Here No More', 'Make It Better (Forget About Me)', 'Rebels', 'Jammin', 'I Won't Back Down', 'Runnin' Down A Dream', 'Free Fallin'', 'Love Is A Long Road', 'A Face In The Crowd', 'Yer So Bad', 'Learning To Fly', 'Out In The Cold', 'Mary Jane's Last Dance', 'Something In The Air', 'You Don't Know How It Feels', 'You Wreck Me', 'It's Good To Be King', 'A Higher Place', 'The Last DJ', 'Stop Draggin' My Heart Around', 'Handle With Care' and 'End Of The Line'.
In Sydney, Australia, of dementia (88), singer, songwriter, steel guitarist, television host and radio DJ, whose eleven vocal hits include 'You Cant Stop Me' and 'Make It Rain', while also penning songs for Charlie Walker ('Who Will Buy The Wine?
'), Johnny Sea ('My Baby Walks All Over Me'), Dean Martin, Merle Haggard, Jerry Lee Lewis, Red Simpson, Johnny Cash, Ernest Tubb, Bob Luman, Vikki Carr, Waylon Jennings, Porter Wagoner, Jim Ed Brown, Ray Price and Buck Owens.