The Man Who Sought To Sold The Worlds most famous songs has died.
His widow, Kim, released a statement to the public saying the man died in a car crash in the state of Louisiana, a place he loved.
“My heart is broken over the loss of my husband, and I know his legacy will be forever changed by the work he put in to make a world for all of us to enjoy,” she said.
“He was an extraordinary artist, a true friend, a wonderful man and a great friend.”
He was born on March 5, 1947, in St. Louis, Missouri, the son of a truck driver.
The family moved to the UK in 1970, settling in Birmingham, where he began writing songs.
He later moved to London, where, after a successful stint with the BBC, he moved back to the US.
He was involved in many projects including the creation of the BBC Worldwide music festival and in 2006 the BBC Music Awards, where artists were chosen to perform on a stage at Wembley Stadium.
His first album was the BBC Radio 1 Classic Rock album, which included hits including “I’ll Never Be Able to Make You Love Me Again”.
His second album, in 2003, was called The Man With The Horns, which was recorded in the UK and the US but never released in the US and was never released overseas.
The Man with The Horned Earrings was the second album that was released on the American label Atlantic Records, and featured singles including “The Man With A Horn”, “Till We Meet Again”, “It’s Alright” and “When We Were Young”.
He was also the first artist to be nominated for an Oscar for Best Original Song.
“I’m deeply saddened by the passing of my friend, the greatest American artist of all time, and his legacy as an iconic voice in the world,” Kim said.
She thanked her friends, fans and colleagues in the music industry.
“We are all so grateful to the artists, musicians and musicians of today who have stood by his side.
A family statement from Kim said her husband’s work and love of the world had led him to the most exciting and challenging times in his life. “
And he will be missed.”
A family statement from Kim said her husband’s work and love of the world had led him to the most exciting and challenging times in his life.
“His legacy will live on in the millions of people around the world who are grateful to know him and his music,” it said.
His death was confirmed by his wife on Facebook, who wrote: “RIP my husband the man who helped create the future of music, and a world that celebrates its diversity.
My husband had a dream that was just as big and that it was going to be my life’s work. “
When I was younger, I felt that the world was too divided and we needed to find common ground.
My husband had a dream that was just as big and that it was going to be my life’s work.
He made that happen.”