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Ronettes’ voice Ronnie Spector is dead.

Singer spokeswoman Seth Cohen confirmed Spector died Wednesday after a brief battle with cancer. He was 78 years old.

In a statement to Spectrum’s family, Specter “spent his life with a twinkle in his eye, a sharp demeanor, a bad sense of humor, and a smile on his face.”

“He is full of love and gratitude,” the statement said. “His cheerful voice, playful nature, and magical presence live on in everyone who knows, hears, or sees him.”

When Spector died in Connecticut, she was surrounded by her family and “in her husband’s arms” Jonathan.

Born Veronica Bennett, Spector formed the Ronettes in 1957 with her older sister Estelle and their cousin Nedra Talley. She married mercury record producer Phil Spector in 1968 – they divorced in 1972 – and she created most of the band’s charttoppers.

The show’s strong voice rose in the hit parade from the early to mid-1960s, including “Be My Baby,” “Baby, I Love You,” and “Walking in the Rain.” His long solo career, which began in 1964 with his sister So Young, continued.

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The singer was introduced to the new generation in 1986 when he picked up a popular show on MTV in Eddie Money’s “Take Me Home”.

Spector recently appeared in the 2018 documentary Amy Winehouse “Amy Winehouse: Back to Black”; Winehouse had previously spoken about the Ronetta’s influence on his music.

In 2007, he was inducted into the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame as a member of Spector Ronettes.

Spector’s family asked for donations to local women’s shelters or the American Indian College Foundation instead of flowers.

A celebration of Spector’s life will be announced in the future.

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