Ronettes Lead Singer, Ronnie Spector, Dead at 78

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Ronnie Spector of The Ronettes was Born Aug 10, 1943 in Spanish Harlem, NYC, NY.
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RONNIE SPECTOR, iconic lead singer of the 1960s popular girl group, THE RONETTES, passed away January 12, 2022 at 78 following a battle with cancer. Although she has joined other music icons in rock and roll heaven, the hit songs of The Ronettes, including “Be MY Baby”, “Do I Love You”, “(The Best Part of) Breaking Up”, “Walking In The Rain”, and “Baby I Love You”, can always be heard in the Classic Hits Mix at GreatGold.fm Internet Radio, the home of original recordings of Classic Rock, Pop Oldies, and Classic Hit Wannabees since 2008.


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