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International Songwriters Association Hall Of Fame Member. In Sydney, Australia, of undisclosed causes (76), songwriter and lead singer with the Skyliners, whose classic hit 'Since I Don't Have You' was also recorded by Barbra Streisand, Patti La Belle, Art Garfunkel, Don Mc Lean, Ronnie Milsap, The Brian Setzer Orchestra, Chuck Jackson, The Four Seasons, Manfred Mann, Jay & The Americans, The Vogues, Lenny Welch, Ricky Nelson, Patti La Belle, Dorothy Moore, Eddie Meduza, Gloria Loring, Shturcite, Johnny Mathis, Ron Sexsmith and Guns N Roses.
Other hits include 'This I Swear' and 'Pennies From Heaven'.
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.
As a steel guitarist, Billy Mize recorded with Merle Haggard, Buck Owens, Johnny Bond, Merle Travis, and Tommy Duncan and also worked as a member of Haggards band The Strangers. Mize went on to host Gene Autrys Melody Ranch series on KTLA-TV, before setting up his own television production company.
Academy Of Country Music Television Personality Of The Year (1965, 19).
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.
His movies included 'WW & The Dixie Dancekings', 'The Villain', 'Smokey & The Bandit II', 'The Cannonball Run', 'Beer For My Horses', 'Cannonball Run II' and 'Murder In Music City' while his comic talents were to the forefront on such TV shows as 'The Tonight Show', 'The Dean Martin Show', 'The Love Boat', 'The Dukes of Hazzard', 'Tony Orlando & Dawn' and 'Love, American Style', plus the talk shows of Merv Griffin, Dinah Shore, David Letterman and Mike Douglas. In Ocala, Florida, USA, of respiratory failure (83), singer-songwriter and career criminal, whose songs were recorded by The Beachboys, The Lemonheads, Marilyn Manson, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Crispin Glover and Guns N' Roses, and who was convicted on seven counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of Abigail Ann Folger, Wojciech Frykowski, Steven Earl Parent, Sharon Tate Polanski, Jay Sebring and Leno and Rosemary La Bianca.
In his sleep, at his home in Mc Keesport, Pennsylvania, USA, from a suspected heart attack (84), songwriter and record producer whose hits include 'Im Gonna Make You Love Me' (Diana Ross & The Supremes), 'Sunday Will Never Be The Same' (Spanky & The Gang), 'Apples, Peaches, Pumpkin Pie' (Jay & The Techniques), 'Sunny' (Bobby Hebb), 'When We Get Married' (The Dreamlovers) and 'Venus' (Shocking Blue).
In Meadowbrook, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, of prostate cancer (76), songwriter, singer and record producer whose hits, many with the team of Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff, include tracks by The O'Jays, The Roots, Jackie Moore, Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes, Barbara Mason, Billy Paul, Lou Rawls, Patti La Belle and Stephanie Mills.
In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, following a heart attack (59), songwriter and record producer, whose hits include 'The Rest Of Mine', 'Big Time' and 'Brown Chicken, Brown Cow' for Trace Adkins, 'As Any Fool Can See', 'My Second Home', 'If The World Had A Front Porch', and 'Is That A Tear?
' (Tracy Lawrence), 'Where The Stars And Stripes And Eagle Fly' (Aaron Tippin) and 'The Love Song' (Jeff Bates).
'Let The Four Winds Blow', 'When I'm Walking (Let Me Walk)', 'Lady Madonna', 'The Big Beat', 'The Fat Man', 'Valley Of Tears', 'Im Walking', 'Im In Love Again', 'I Want To Walk You Home', 'Country Boy, 'Three Nights A Week', 'My Girl Josephine', 'It Keeps Raining', 'What A Party', 'Red Sails In The Sunset' and 'Walking To New Orleans'. (70), singer, songwriter, producer and member of both the Easybeats and Flash & The Pan, and whose hit compositions include 'Friday On My Mind' for the Easybeats and 'Love Is In The Air' for John Paul Young, along with songs covered by such acts as Grace Jones, Tom Jones, David Bowie and Meatloaf.