The two-time Grammy nominee was a studio pianist for Country stars. His performance of “Our Winter Love” in 1963 hit the Billboard singles and album charts. He died of the coronavirus. By Sam Roberts This obituary is part of a
Korean actress Oh In-hye died of a cardiac arrest in a South Korea hospital on Monday evening. She was 36. Earlier in the day, a friend found Oh unconscious at her home in Incheon, South Korea. Oh was transported to
James Harris, a former professional wrestler best known as Kamala, the “Ugandan Giant,” has died. He was 70. “Unfortunately, the rumors were correct,” Kenny Casanova, coauthor of Harris’ autobiography, Kamala Speaks, wrote on Facebook. “To make matters worse, it was Corona that took him;
Tony Allen, the pioneering drummer who helped defined Afrobeat during his tenure with Fela Kuti, died Thursday. Rolling Stone has confirmed Allen’s death, yet a cause of death was not immediately available. Sahara Reporters first reported that Allen died in
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Renowned sculptor and painter Glenna Goodacre, who created the Vietnam Women’s Memorial on the National Mall in Washington, D.C, has died. She was 80. Family members said Goodacre died of natural causes Monday night at
Patricia Bosworth, an actress-turned-writer whose biographies of fellow Actors Studio alumni Montgomery Clift, Marlon Brando and Jane Fonda were best-sellers and, certainly with the Clift book, definitive for their times, died Thursday of complications related to COVID-19. She was 86.
Bucky Pizzarelli, a member of the New Jersey Hall of Fame and a jazz guitar giant who played with most of the greats in his decades-long career, has died at age 94. He had been diagnosed with cornonavirus, but the
CBS News veteran journalist Maria Mercader, who for decades helped the network deliver breaking news around the world, died from the coronavirus on Sunday at age 54. Mercader had been on medical leave for an unrelated issue since late February