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Dick Clark (1929-2012)
From “American Bandstand” to “New Year’s Rockin’ Eve,” the man dubbed “America’s Oldest Teenager” was a mainstay in American living rooms.
Whitney Houston, 1963-2012
Born into a musical family, the singer's stunning voice wowed many, but drug use, erratic behavior and a tumultuous marriage ravaged her image.
She’s an award-winning singer and actress who’s gone from Destiny’s Child to performing for the president to being a mom.
Toni Braxton will ‘never retire from music’
Just 10 months ago, Braxton shocked the music world when she announced her plans to retire from being a recording artist. “I’m just not going to do any albums anymore; maybe touring occasionally here and there …but no new projects.” However, after some coaxing from Babyface, the singer now proclaims she will ‘never ever’ leave the music industry.
Amy Winehouse: 1983-2011
Grammy-winning British soul singer was a musical talent with a troubled life off stage.