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In Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA, of organ failure (85), singer, movie actor, TV personality, music publisher (Sawgrass Music, Sabal Music and Guava Music), and songwriter whose hit compositions include 'Detroit City', 'Ruby Dont Take Your Love to Town', 'Mental Revenge', 'I Aint Never', 'Heart Over Mind', 'Burning Memories', 'All The Time', 'Honky Tonk Song', 'Holiday For Love', 'Tupelo County Jail', 'A Thousand Miles Ago', 'No Love Have I', 'Take Time', 'Crazy Wild Desire', 'Cow Town', 'Sooner Or Later', 'How Come Your Dog Dont Bite Nobody But Me', and 'Emotions'.
His songs were recorded by such stars as Brenda Lee, Patsy Cline, Tom Jones, Kenny Rogers, The Everly Brothers, Ricky Skaggs, Guy Clark, Dolly Parton, Dean Martin, Wanda Jackson, Johnnie & Jack, Margie Bowes, Billy Grammer, Johnny Darrell, Lefty Frizzell, Linda Ronstadt, The Stonemans, Burl Ives, Jean Shepard and Ernest Tubb.
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.
Academy Of Country Music Television Personality Of The Year (1965, 19).
As a solo act (Frank Slay & His Orchestra), he had such hits as 'Flying Circle', while his biggest hits as a producer were 'Incense And Peppermints', a US Number 1 for Strawberry Alarm Clock' and 'Don't Call Us, We'll Call You' by Sugarloaf, on Slay's own label Claridge Records.
In Philadelhpia, Pennsylvania, USA, of heart failure (56), singer-songwriter of such hits as 'Deja Voodoo', 'Slow Ride', 'Last Goodbye', and 'Blue On Black', (Number 1 for 17 weeks), as well as the Dixie Chicks first Number 1 single 'Theres Your Trouble'.
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 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'.