Ken Thorne, the Academy Award-winning film composer who worked with the Beatles and the Monkees, died on July 9.
The last surviving original member of the Ramones has died.
Hank LoConti, who founded Cleveland's famous Agora theater, has passed away.
John Spinks, best known for his work on the Outfield's breakout 1986 hit 'Your Love,' has died.
Bobby Womack, a legendary soul singer-songwriter-guitarist whose songs were covered by the Rolling Stones and the J. Geils Band, has died at the age of 70.
The Texan who commissioned the 'Cadillac Ranch' exhibit that inspired Bruce Springsteen's song has died.
Goffin wrote more than 50 Top 40 songs, often with his then-wife Carole King.
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.