“She was with her family and in the care of her husband, Jonathan,” Spector’s family writes. “Ronnie spent his life with a twinkle in his eye, a lavish demeanor, a bad sense of humor, and a smile on his face. He was filled with love and gratitude. His cheerful voice, playful nature, and magical presence live on in everyone who knows, hears, or sees him.
BBC Four is honoring Spector by changing its program on Friday Ronnie Spector on the BBC.
According to the press release, the 30-minute special program will scan the BBC archives to take a look at the life of the girl group’s pioneer, known for her hits “Be My Baby” and “Walking In The Rain”.
“Traveling through the archives, Ronnie discusses in his own words his life and career over the years,” the press release said. “His great performances on the BBC have also been selected, including Later … with Jools Holland, David Essex, Old gray whistle test and his most recent performance at the 2016 Glastonbury Festival on the Park Stage. ”
Ronnie Spector on the BBC It will air on BBC Four on Friday, January 14 from 21:00 to 21:30.
Since the news of Spector’s death surfaced, respect has been pouring in. The Beach Boys‘ Brian Wilson “I just heard the news about Ronnie Spector and I don’t know what to say. I loved his voice so much and he was a very special person and a dear friend. It just breaks my heart. Ronnie’s music and spirit will live on forever. ”
Stevie Van Zandt added: “Rip Ronnie Spector. It was an honor to produce him and encourage him to return to the rest of the scene for the next 45 years. His record in the E Street Band helped keep us in a very dangerous moment (to Steve Popovich). Thank you. I offer my condolences to her husband and family. ”
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