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Duc Tuan - the Divo Natalie Cole, who had hits with such songs as "This Will Be" and "Our Love" and recorded Grammy-winning "Unforgettable . With Love," died Thursday evening.

Gato Barbieri  (28 November 1932 – 2 April 2016)

Grammy Winner, Sax Legend Gato Barbieri Dies At 83

Known for his ever-present black fedora, Barbieri could never be pinned down. I play Gato," Barbieri once told The Tavis Smiley Show.

The Brazilian musician and composer says his life has been a succession of serendipitous moments. One of them led to the song that transformed his career — his first hit, "Mas Que Nada."

Sergio Mendes On Jazz, Luck And 'The Magic Of The Encounter'

The Brazilian musician and composer says his life has been a succession of serendipitous moments. One of them led to the song that transformed his career — his first hit, "Mas Que Nada.

Joan Marie Johnson, co-founder of the New Orleans pop trio the Dixie Cups and "Chapel of Love" singer, has died at the age of 72.

Joan Marie Johnson, 'Chapel of Love' Singer, Dead at 72

The Dixie Cups circa 1964 in New York. From left, Rosa Hawkins, Barbara Hawkins and Joan Johnson

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Bob Simon attends the CBS Upfront presentation in Manhattan on Wednesday, May 19, 2010.

Bob Simon attends the CBS Upfront presentation in Manhattan on Wednesday, May

Omar Sharif, 83, Actor: Born in Alexandria, Egypt, he was the rare Middle Eastern actor to become a romantic leading man in Hollywood. His introduction to Western audiences, as the Arab warrior Sherif Ali in David Lean's "Lawrence of Arabia" (1962) earned him an Oscar nomination. A long career followed, highlighted by his starring role as the handsome, self-sacrificing doctor in Lean's "Doctor Zhivago" (1965). At his funeral in July, Sharif's casket was draped in an Egyptian flag.

Omar Sharif, 83, Actor: Born in Alexandria, Egypt, he was the rare Middle Eastern actor to become a romantic leading man in Hollywood. His introduction to Western audiences, as the Arab warrior Sherif Ali in David Lean's "Lawrence of Arabia" (1962) earned him an Oscar nomination. A long career followed, highlighted by his starring role as the handsome, self-sacrificing doctor in Lean's "Doctor Zhivago" (1965). At his funeral in July, Sharif's casket was draped in an Egyptian flag.

Hungarian-American actress Zsa Zsa Gabor arrives at Heathrow, 1956. | 41 Vintage Pictures Of Heathrow Airport That Show Air Travel Was Once A Stylish Affair

41 Vintage Pictures Of Heathrow Airport That Show Air Travel Was Once A Stylish Affair

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