Chris Rainbow, a singer whose credits include a string of hit albums with the Alan Parsons Project and a stint in Camel, has died.
Bobby Emmons, the Nashville songwriter and keyboard player whose work graced countless songs and albums, has passed away at the age of 72.
Bruce Sinofsky, co-director of the gut-wrenching Metallica documentary 'Some Kind of Monster,' is dead at 58 from complications relating to diabetes.
Mats Olausson was found dead in a Thai hotel room. He was 54.
Sam Andrew was a founding member of Big Brother and the Holding Company.
Danny McCulloch, who played bass for the Animals during their late '60s psychedelic period, has died of heart failure.
The rock world suffers a lot of notable losses every year, and it wouldn't be possible to include each and every name in the Grammy Awards' annual 'In Memoriam' tribute video without stretching an already-lengthy show to unreasonable length.
In a sad coincidence, Buddy Holly bassist Joe B. Mauldin has died just days after the anniversary of his boss' tragic end.
Demis Roussos, who rose to fame as part of Greek prog band Aphrodite's Child before embarking on a hugely successful solo career, has passed away at the age of 68.
Edgar Froese, who was the only constant member of Tangerine Dream throughout their 48-year history, has died. He was 70.