Hitmaker Eric Carmen, 74, Gone

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The Raspberries' Dave Smally and Wally Bryson were Born July 10, 1947.
the-latest-greatgold-news-cover_over-pretty-smiling-lady_also-mobile-ready-phone-image_300x300ERIC CARMEN, The Raspberries frontman and pop hitmaker behind songs like “Go All the Way,” “I Wanna Be With You,” “All By Myself,” and “Hungry Eyes,” died in his sleep last weekend at the age of 74. His music is in the mix at GreatGold.fm/player, and “greatgold” in the Android and Apple Live365 Mobile Apps. GreatGold.fm is also available in several other mobile app brands, like TuneIn, NoBex, Streema, SimpleRadio, and others. TIP: The songs and artists are listed under the artwork in the player on the GreatGold website and in the Live365 mobile apps. Eric Carmen is shown above in an early photo with The Raspberries.

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