The Ronette's Ronnie Spector Has Passed Away
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CNN - Ronnie Spector, the swaggering 1960s pop icon with the sky-high beehive whose sultry, quavering voice powered numerous hits for The Ronettes, including "Be My Baby," has passed away at the age of 78, her family announced in a statement this week. "Our beloved earth angel, Ronnie, peacefully left this world today after a brief battle with cancer," Spector's family said. "She was with family and in the arms of her husband, Jonathan. Ronnie lived her life with a twinkle in her eye, a spunky attitude, a wicked sense of humor and a smile on her face." Ronnie Spector will surely be missed by many.
Ronnie Spector Death: Singer Said Husband Phil Was Abusive
The music world is mourning the death of Ronnie Spector, the lead singer of the Ronettes, who died Wednesday at age 78 after a short battle with cancer. Spector was a music legend and later spoke out about surviving a tumultuous marriage with Phil Spector, who produced the Ronettes’ first hit “Be My Baby,” which launched the group into stardom. Five years later, frontwoman Ronnie married the eccentric hitmaker, who she says became her tormentor.
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