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                                     Soul Legend Percy Sledge dies aged 73 Daily Mail April 15, 2015.

 

 

Soul star Percy Sledge, best remembered for his hit single When A man Loves woman, Died yesterday at the age of 73. The singer died at his home in Louisiana after having liver cancer for more than a year. He is survived by his wife and children. His career spanned almost half a century, beginning with the 1966 ballad, which appeared in advert as well as number of films.   Sledge's other 1960s hits included Warm and Tender Tender Love, It tears me up and Take Time To Know her. He returned to the charts in 1974 with I'll Be You're Everything. DJ Tony Blackburn wrote on line; 'Sad to hear that Percy Sledge has died. I wonder how many times I've played When A Man meets a woman?. Steve Green from talent agency Artists International Management. told the BBC; 'He was one of my first acts, he was a terrific person and you don't find that in this business very often. He was truly a standout. Sledge's early life saw him working in the cotton fields around his hometown in Alabama, before becoming a hospital nurse in the early 1960s. He also spent weekends playing with a rhythm  - and blues band called the Esquirers. A patient at the hospital heard him singing while working and recommended him to record producer Quin Ivy. When A man Loves a woman, his debut single, reached the top ten twice in Britain and topped the  US Billboard for two weeks in 1966. Sledge once said of his most famous song; 'I hummed it all the time, even when I was picking and chopping cotton in the fields. 'Some believe Sledge wrote it himself - but he gave the writing credits to two of the Esquires bandmates, bassist Calvin Lewis and organist Andrew Wright.  

 

 

 The Soul Singer Ben E King, best known for his classic single Stand By Me, has died aged 76. Born Benjamin Earl Nelson, the performer rose to fame with the harmony group, The Drifters in New York in the 1950s. He co-wrote and sang lead on There Goes My Baby, which the group followed with such hits as Save The Last Dance For Me and this Magic Moment.  He left The Drifters in 1960 over a contract dispute, and had his first solo hit with as Ben E King with in 1961 with Spanish Harlem, co-written by Phil Spector and Jerry Leiber. But it was Stand By Me that sealed his name in music history the same year: Co-written by Leiber and Mike Stoller, it was one of the recording industry Association of America's Songs of the century. King's career faded after the mid-1960s, but he and the Drifters were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1988. His death from natural causes, comes less than a month after the death of fellow soul singer Percy Sledge, 74.

 

Stand by me singer Ben E King dies at 76 The Daily Record 02 05 2015

Soul Singer Ben E King best known for classic song Stand By Me has died at 76 years of age.  He passed away on Thursday although no details were given a bout the cause of death. King rose to fame in the 1950s when he joined doo-wop group The Five Crowns, who became known as The Drifters. The group produced hits such a Save the Last Dance for Me, Up on the Roof, and Under The Boardwalk. King broke away in 1960 after a contract dispute. He quickly found solo fame with Spanish Harlem then Stand By Me. A US no 1  in 1961, It only reached no. 27 in the UK. But it only regained popularity when it was used in the 1986 coming of age movie movie Stand By Me, staring River Phoenix. A year later it was used in a Levi's advert and shot to no. 1. The song including cover versions entered the US billboard 100 nine times over the years. Written by King with Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, it was the fourth most-played track of the 20th century on US radio and TV. King was born in 1938 in Henderson North Carolina, before moving to Harlem New York when he was nine. He was active in Music until his death. He toured the UK two years ago. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll hall of fame as a Drifter. He is survived by his wife Betty who he married in 1964. Singer Garry US Bonds said 'Thank you Ben E for your friendship and the wonderful legacy you left behind.'