The host of 'American Top 40' has died.
Jim Keays, singer of Masters Apprentices, has passed away at age 67 from complications due to cancer.
Douglas' stewardship of Hendrix's posthumous recordings drew widespread criticism.
Doc Neeson, who fronted the great Aussie hard rockers the Angels from 1974 though the end of the '90, has passed away after a long battle with cancer.
Tom Rounds played a key role in creating both the American Top 40 radio program and the first U.S. rock festival.
Victor Agnello, 50, had been battling leukemia for more than a year.
Kenny Kerner, the producer who acted as an early advocate for Kiss and co-produced the band's first two albums with his production partner Richie Wise, has reportedly passed away due to complications from diabetes.
Services will be held today for Coven, a specialist in neoclassical and heavy metal styles.
The Bavarian aristocrat oversaw the band's finances for nearly 40 years before retiring in 2007.
Ernie Chataway, a member of the band from 1969-70, was 62.