Los Angeles Times, reported March 25, 2019: Scott Walker, experimental pop singer with the Walker Brothers, dies at 76.
Influential singer, songwriter and producer Scott Walker, whose hits with the Walker Brothers in the 1960s included “The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore,” has died. He was 76.
Detroit News, reported March 18, 2019: R&B singer Andre Williams has died at age 82.
Andre Williams, the R&B singer and songwriter who started his career in Detroit, has died at age 82.
Los Angeles Times, reported March 13, 2019: Hal Blaine, prolific ‘Wrecking Crew’ drummer who worked with Frank Sinatra and Elvis, dies at 90.
Drummer Hal Blaine, one of the most recorded musicians in pop music history whose powerful percussion work shaped the sound of scores of hit records, died Monday at age 90, his family announced.

Blaine’s signature beat can be heard on countless hits by Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, the Beach Boys, Simon & Garfunkel, Neil Diamond, the Byrds and others.
The Guardian, reported March 26, 2019: The Beat singer Ranking Roger dies aged 56.
Roger Charlery, the vocalist of the Beat and General Public better known as Ranking Roger, has died aged 56.
Los Angeles Times, reported April 1, 2019: Nipsey Hussle gunned down in a South L.A. he helped build up. ‘It’s a sad day in L.A.’.
[T]he Grammy-nominated rapper was gunned down outside one of his shops, the Marathon Clothing store, in the same neighborhood where he was known as much for his civic work as he was for his hip-hop music. He was 33.
NPR, reported March 18, 2019: Surf Guitar Legend Dick Dale Dies At 81.
Dick Dale died on Saturday at the age of 81 after fighting cancer and diabetes for many years. He was the master of surf music and a surfer himself who wanted his music to capture that experience, as he told Fresh Air in 1993.
Deadline Hollywood, reported March 4, 2019: Keith Flint Dies: Singer & Frontman Of Controversial Band The Prodigy Was 49.
Keith Flint, the double-mohawked lead singer and founding member of the controversial British rave band The Prodigy, was found dead in Essex, England, today, his death apparently by suicide. He was 49.
Deadline Hollywood, reported March 3, 2019: Janice Freeman Dies: ‘The Voice’ Contestant Was 33 Years Old.
Former The Voice Season 13 contestant Janice Freeman died Saturday, March 2 in Pasadena, Calif. of a blood clot. She was 33 years old and her death was confirmed by her family.
Deadline Hollywood, reported February 28, 2019: André Previn Dies: Four-Time Oscar-Winning Composer Was 89.
André Previn, the four-time Oscar-winning composer and conductor, died today at his home in New York. He was 89.
Deadline Hollywood, reported February 21, 2019: Peter Tork Dies: The Monkees’ Affable Bassist Was 77.
Peter Tork, the affable, moptopped bassist for The Monkees who starred in their mid-’60s TV show and toured the world with the group, died today. He was 77. His sister Anne Thorkelson confirmed the news but did not provide details. Tork had been diagnosed with tongue cancer a decade ago.
Deadline Hollywood, reported February 5, 2019: Ken Welch Dies: Longtime Composer For Carol Burnett Was 92.
Ken Welch, a composer and musician who, with his wife and co-writer Marilyn “Mitzie” Welch composed music for The Carol Burnett Show and wrote or produced material for TV specials starring Barbra Streisand, Julie Andrews, Dolly Parton and Olivia Newton-John, among many others, died Jan. 26 at his home in Encino, CA. He was 92.
Deadline Hollywood, reported February 1, 2019: Neal James Dies: “Banjo Man” On ‘Call Of The Wildman’ Animal Planet Series Was 55.
Neal James, the bushy bearded “Banjo Man” from the Animal Planet series The Call of the Wildman, has died. He was 55 and had been battling cardiac issues, according to the Washington County Coroner’s Office in his home state of Kentucky.
Deadline Hollywood, reported January 26, 2019: Michel Legrand Dies: Oscar-Winning Composer Was 86.
Michel Legrand, Oscar-winning film composer and pianist, whose memorable works included the score for the 1960s film The Umbrellas of Cherbourg and the song “The Windmills of Your Mind” from The Thomas Crown Affair, died Saturday at his home in Paris, his publicist told Agence France-Presse. He was 86.
Deadline Hollywood, reported January 6, 2019: Christine McGuire Dies: Pop Singer, Radio & TV Star Of McGuire Sisters Was 92.
Christine McGuire, whose pop hits propelled her and her singing sisters to many radio and television appearances, died Dec. 28 in Las Vegas, where she lived. She was 92 and her family confirmed the death, but did not provide a cause.
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Deadline Hollywood, reported December 31, 2018: Marc Hauser Dies: Celebrity Photographer For John Mellencamp’s ‘Scarecrow’ Was 66.
Marc Hauser, the Chicago celebrity photographer whose work became the cover photo of John Mellencamp’s acclaimed Scarecrow album, has died. He was 66 and passed away from multiple health complications, according to a Facebook post from his studio.

Deadline Hollywood, reported December 28, 2018: Norman Gimbel Dies: Grammy And Oscar Winning Songwriter For Film, TV Was 91.
Songwriter Norman Gimbel, whose works won him an Oscar, Grammy and admission to the Songwriters Hall of Fame, has died. He passed on Dec. 19 at his home in Montecito, Calif. at age 91, according to a tribute posted by BMI.
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CNN, reported January 3, 2018: 'Captain' Daryl Dragon dies with Tennille at his side.
Daryl Dragon, one half of popular '70s duo The Captain & Tennille, died Wednesday, according to his publicist Harlan Boll. He was 76.

Dragon, whose ever-present captain's hat left no doubt about which half of the duo he was, died of renal failure in Prescott, Arizona, Boll said.
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Los Angeles Times, reported December 13, 2018: Nancy Wilson, Grammy-winning 'song stylist,' dies at 81.
Nancy Wilson, the Grammy-winning "song stylist" and torch singer whose polished pop-jazz vocals made her a platinum artist and top concert performer, has died.

Wilson, who retired from touring in 2011, died after a long illness at her home in Pioneertown, a California desert community near Joshua Tree National Park, her manager and publicist Devra Hall Levy told the Associated Press late Thursday night. She was 81.
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Deadline Hollywood, reported December 3, 2018: Michele Carey Dies: ‘El Dorado’ And ‘Live A Little, Love A Little’ Actress Was 75.
Model-turned-actress Michele Carey died November 21 from natural causes in her home in Newport Beach. The news was announced on her Facebook page. She was 75.
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Deadline Hollywood, reported December 4, 2018: Roger V. Burton Dies: ‘Baskets’ Actor And Musician Was 90.
Actor and musician Roger V. Burton died November 30 at his home in Santa Monica, Deadline has learned. He was 90.
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