Discussion in 'The R&B Haven' started by Ixtlan, Jul 1, 2005.
I've been hearing this all day.
I haven't been able to corroborate the story online though.
From Fox News...
NEW YORK — Grammy award winner Luther Vandross (search), whose deep, lush voice on hits like "Here and Now" and "Any Love" sold more than 25 million albums while providing the romantic backdrop for millions of couples worldwide, died Friday. He was 54.
Vandross died at 1:47 p.m. at the John F. Kennedy Medical Center in Edison, N.J., said hospital spokesman Rob Cavanaugh. Cavanaugh did not release the cause of death.
Since suffering a stroke in his Manhattan home on April 16, 2003, the R&B crooner stopped making public appearances — but amazingly managed to continue his recording career. In 2004, he captured four Grammys as a sentimental favorite, including best song for the bittersweet "Dance With My Father."
R.I.P. to a legend
Damn, I loved his ish. Luther'll be missed. His stuff was unbelievable and he seemed a great guy.
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