The "Guys Do It All the Time" singer, whose fall from '90s success has been well-documented, has committed suicide.
The lead singer of '60s British Invasion group The Troggs died yesterday. His biggest hit leaves his greatest legacy.
Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, Soulja Boy, ?uestlove and many more express their sorrows at the hip-hop manager's death.
The auteur behind "Top Gun" and videos for Kenny Loggins and George Michael has died of apparent suicide at age 68.
The pop, film and theater composer (and EGOT winner) has died after a brief illness at the age of 68.
The forgotten Fleetwood Mac member and solo star of the late '70s has died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
How Donna Summer taught a teenage Barry Walters–and so many gay men and women–to express themselves in an era of "disco sucks" homophobia.
The life and music of one of the most important recording artists of the '70s and '80s.
TMZ reports that the Monkees frontman has died of a heart attack at age 66.
Despite some not-so-great stuff towards the end of it, Whitney Houston still had one of pop's all-time great careers.
TMZ reports that the legendary "Soul Train" host has been found dead of an apparent suicide.
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