The Departed

  

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Via:  john-russell  •  7 months ago  •  11 comments

The Departed
Scores of notable people around the globe passed away in 2019. They came from all corners and all walks of life. Here are their stories.

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Scores of notable people around the globe passed away in 2019. They came from all corners and all walks of life.

Here are their stories.

Daryl Dragon , 76: The cap-wearing “Captain” of Captain & Tennille teamed with then-wife Toni Tennille on several easy-listening hits; Jan. 2

Bob Einstein , 76: The actor and comedian appeared on several TV shows and gained fame for his stuntman character, Super Dave Osborne; Jan. 2


Gene Okerlund , 76: The famed wrestling announcer specialized in interviewing the biggest, loudest professional grapplers in the business; Jan. 2

AP19015455344530.jpg?fit=620%2C9999px&ss Actress Carol Channing died Jan. 15. She was 97. (Jim Cole/Associated Press Archives)

Herb Kelleher , 87: The longtime Southwest Airlines CEO helped the company revolutionize air travel by practically inventing the low-cost, low-fare airline; Jan. 3

John Bogle , 89: The founder of Vanguard Group proselytized on behalf of patient, long-term investing in a diversified group of well-run companies; Jan. 15

Carol Channing , 97: The three-time Tony-winning musical comedy star was best known for playing Dolly in “Hello, Dolly!” on Broadway and beyond; Jan. 15




John Coughlin , 33: The former figure skater was a two-time pairs national champ who went on to be a coach and TV announcer; Jan. 18

Chris Brown , 48: The former pro surfer won several titles and competed at Mavericks, among other notable tournaments; Jan. 19

Tony Mendez , 78: The former CIA officer orchestrated the 1980 rescue of six U.S. diplomats from Iran and was portrayed by Ben Affleck in the Oscar-winning film “Argo”; Jan. 19

Florence Knoll Bassett , 101: The influential architect and designer changed the look and feel of corporate offices with a “total design” concept through open floor plans and aesthetic simplicity; Jan. 25

Alan Canter , 82: The longtime restauranteur was owner of Canter Deli, a landmark Los Angeles restaurant; Jan. 25

Michel Legrand , 86: The French composer had more than 200 screen credits, and won Oscars for “The Thomas Crown Affair,” “Summer of ’42” and “Yentl”; Jan. 26

James Ingram , 66: The Grammy-winning singer was a master of duets with other top artists; Jan. 29

Wade Wilson , 60; The former NFL quarterback played for 17 seasons and served as a quarterback coach for the Dallas Cowboys; Feb. 1

Kristoff St. John , 52; The actor was best known for his longtime role on “The Young and the Restless”; Feb. 3

John Dingell Jr. , 92: The lawmaker from Michigan was the longest serving member of Congress in U.S. history; Feb. 7

Albert Finney , 82: The acclaimed British actor starred in scores of movies and was nominated for an Oscar five times; Feb. 7

Frank Robinson , 83: The Baseball Hall of Famer had a storied career and made history by becoming MLB’s first African-American manager, with the Cleveland Indians; Feb. 7

Jan-Michael Vincent , 74: The film and TV actor was best known for playing the lead role in the 1980s series “Airwolf”; Feb. 10

frobinson008.jpg?fit=620%2C9999px&ssl=1 Baseball Hall of Famer Frank Robinson died Feb. 7. He was 83. 

Lyndon LaRouche Jr. , 96: The political activist who ran for president eight times built a worldwide following based on conspiracy theories, economic doom, anti-Semitism and racism; Feb. 12

Lee Radziwill , 85: The younger sister of former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis had a varied career as a fashion tastemaker, interior decorator and actress; Feb. 15

George Mendonsa , 95: The former Navy sailor won fame after being photographed kissing a nurse on V-J Day in New York in 1945; Feb. 17

Karl Lagerfeld , 85: The fashion designer was the longtime creative director at Chanel and dressed celebrities such as Princess Diana and Claudia Schiffer; Feb. 19

Don Newcombe , 92: The MLB pitcher was a star for the Brooklyn Dodgers and won Rookie of the Year, MVP and Cy Young awards; Feb. 19

Jackie Shane , 78; The black transgender soul singer moved to Toronto in the 1960s and packed nightclubs for years with her electrifying shows; Feb. 21

Peter Tork , 77: The blues and folk musician who became a music and TV sensation as a member of the Monkees; Feb. 21

Stanley Donen , 94: The former dancer became an acclaimed director who helmed some of Hollywood’s greatest musicals, including “Singin’ in the Rain,” “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers” and “On the Town”; Feb. 22

Clark Gable III , 30: The aspiring actor hosted several seasons of the reality show “Cheaters” but was best known as the grandson of actor Clark Gable; Feb. 22

Katherine Helmond , 89: The Emmy-nominated actress was best known for her roles on “Soap” and “Who’s the Boss?”; Feb. 23


Actor Luke Perry died March 4. He was 52. (Chris Pizzello/Associated Press Archives)

Edward Nixon , 88: The youngest brother of President Richard Nixon was an active participant in his sibling’s presidential library in Yorba Linda; Feb. 27

Andre Previn , 89: The musical polymath began composing for Hollywood at 16 and won 4 Oscars, and had additional careers as a jazz piano phenomenon and symphonic conductor; Feb. 28

Janice Freeman , 33: The singer was a contestant on Season 13 of the reality show “The Voice”; March 2

King Kong Bundy , 61: The wrestler rose to fame as a rival to WWF champion Hulk Hogan in the mid-1980s; March 4

Keith Flint , 49: The British musician sang lead vocals for The Prodigy on such hits as “Firestarter” and “Breathe”; March 4

Luke Perry , 52: The longtime actor was best known for his roles in “Beverly Hills 90210” and “Riverdale”; March 4

Hal Blaine , 90: The legendary drummer performed on scores of hit records during the ‘60s and ‘70s as a member of the “Wrecking Crew,” Hollywood’s elite squad of studio musicians; March 11

Frank Cali , 53: The reputed boss of the Gambino crime family made him a figure of influence and power in both New York and Sicily; March 11

Birch Bayh , 91: The former Indiana senator was the author of two constitutional amendments as well as Title IX legislation that improved women’s rights in classes and on athletic fields; March 14

Dick Dale , 81: The longtime musician was a pioneer of surf rock and was known as the “King of the Surf Guitar”; March 16

Justin Carter , 35: The Army veteran was an up-and-coming country singer; March 16

Bernie Torme , 66:  The veteran hard rock guitarist played with Ozzy Osbourne and Deep Purple singer Ian Gillan as well as his own solo bands; March 17

Kenneth To , 26: The record-breaking swimmer had his sights on the 2020 Tokyo Olympics; March 18

Scott Walker , 76: The American singer attained massive success as a pop star in England, then later veered into avant-garde music; March 25

Agnès Varda , 90: The Oscar-nominated filmmaker was called the “godmother of the French New Wave” for works that influenced directors such as Jean-Luc Godard and Alain Resnais; March 29

Tania Mallet , 77: The actress and model was best known for her role in the James Bond film “Goldfinger”; March 30

Nipsey Hussle , 33: The Grammy-nominated rap star also was an entrepreneur who owned and operated several businesses in Los Angeles; March 31

Ernest “Fritz” Hollings , 97: The longtime lawmaker from South Carolina served as governor and later as a U.S. senator for 38 years; April 6

Charles Van Doren , 93: The Ivy League scholar was a central figure in an answer-rigging scandal after a run as a contestant on the game show “Twenty One” in the 1950s; April 9

Ian Cognito , 60: The British stand-up comic was considered “a true maverick”; April 11

GettyImages-3342395.jpg?fit=620%2C9999px Singer-actress Doris Day died May 13. She was 97. (Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Georgia Engel , 70: The Emmy-nominated actress was best known for her roles on “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and “Everybody Loves Raymond”; April 12

John Havlicek , 79: The Basketball Hall of Fame guard won eight championships with the Boston Celtics; April 25

Richard Lugar , 87; The longtime senator from Indiana was a noted voice on U.S. foreign policy; April 28

John Singleton , 51: The noted film producer, screenwriter and director was the youngest-ever Oscar nominee for best director for “Boyz N the Hood”; April 29

Peter Mayhew , 74: The 7-foot-3 actor was best known for playing Chewbacca in seven “Star Wars” films; May 2

Silver King , 51: The longtime lucha libre star and WCW wrestler also appeared in the movie “Nacho Libre”; May 11

Peggy Lipton , 72: The award-winning actress was best known for her roles on “The Mod Squad” and “Twin Peaks”; May 11

Doris Day , 97: The beloved singer and actress, whose work in movie musicals and comedies in the 1950s and ’60s made her a box-office draw, later gained acclaim for her work in animal welfare; May 13.

Tim Conway , 85: The Emmy-winning actor was best known for his hilarious work on “The Carol Burnett Show”; May 14

Grumpy Cat , 7: The Internet-famous cat had millions of social media followers, appeared on several TV shows and even had her own Lifetime holiday movie; May 14

Bob Hawke , 89: The former Australian labor leader became a left-wing lawmaker and served as prime minister from 1983 to 1991; May 16

I.M. Pei , 102: The world-famous architect was noted for such projects as the glass pyramid at the Louvre Museum in Paris and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland; May 16

Herman Wouk , 103: The Pulitzer Prize-winning writer was known for such novels as “The Caine Mutiny,” “The Winds of War” and “War and Remembrance”; May 17

Niki Lauda , 70: The legendary race car driver was a three-time winner of the Formula One championship; May 20

Claus von Bulow , 92: The Danish-born socialite avoided a 30-year prison sentence in the 1980s after he was retried and acquitted of attempting to murder his wealthy wife; May 25

Bart Starr , 85: The NFL Hall of Famer was a legendary quarterback who led the Green Bay Packers to five NFL championships; May 26

OCR-L-CELEBRITY-DEATHS-38-2.jpg?fit=620% Architect I.M. Pei died May 16. He was 102. (Paul Hawthorne/Getty Images Archives)

Bill Buckner , 69: The Major League Baseball star was best known for a critical error in the 1986 World Series between the Boston Red Sox and the New York Mets; May 27

Thad Cochran , 81: The longtime Mississippi senator was driving force behind more than $100 billion in funding to help Gulf Coast states recover from Hurricane Katrina; May 29

Leon Redbone , 69: The singer-songwriter specialized in old-school vaudeville and Tin Pan Alley-style music; May 30

Dr. John , 77: The legendary New Orleans musician collaborated with numerous top-tier rockers, won multiple Grammy awards and was a member of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame; June 6

Bushwick Bill , 52: The rapper was best known for his work with the Houston-based trio Geto Boys; June 9

Pat Bowlen , 75: The former owner of the Denver Broncos was the most successful sports team owner in Colorado history; June 13

Gloria Vanderbilt , 95: The famed heiress and artist reigned during the 1970s and ’80s as a designer jeans pioneer; June 17

Judith Krantz , 91: The writer of such romance novels as “Scruples” and “Princess Daisy” engrossed readers with her steamy tales of the rich and beautiful, selling millions of books; June 22

Manuel Real , 95: The longtime U.S. district judge desegregated schools in Southern California in 1970; July 1.

Lee Iacocca , 94: The famed auto executive put the Mustang in Ford’s lineup in the 1960s and became a corporate folk hero when he resurrected Chrysler 20 years later; July 2

Arte Johnson , 90: The Emmy-winning actor, best known for his work on the sketch comedy “Laugh-In,” appeared on several TV shows and did voice work for several cartoons; July 3

Christopher Cline , 61: The coal tycoon, who started out working in the mines, was a self-made billionaire; July 4

Cameron Boyce , 20: The actor was best known for his role as the teenage son of Cruella de Vil in the Disney Channel franchise “Descendants”; July 6

João Gilberto , 88: The Brazilian musician and composer was a giant of bossa nova and is often credited with helping develop the sound of the genre that brought Brazilian music to the world; July 6

Rosie Ruiz , 66: The runner gained notoriety for being the first to cross the finish line of the 1980 Boston Marathon but was later disqualified for cheating; July 8

H. Ross Perot , 89: The self-made Texas billionaire founded Electronic Data Systems Corp. and twice ran for president as an outsider; July 9

Rip Torn , 88: The award-winning actor was known for scores of roles in theater, film and TV, including “Men in Black” and “The Larry Sanders Show”; July 9

Jerry Lawson , 75: The musician was the lead singer of the eclectic cult-favorite a cappella group the Persuasions; July 10

Pernell Whitaker , 55: The boxer, who won a gold medal at the 1984 Summer Olympics, was a champion in four different divisions and was regarded as one of the greatest defensive fighters ever; July 14

OCR-L-CELEBRITY-DEATHS-12-2.jpg?fit=620% Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens died July 16. He was 99. (Danny Johnston/Associated Press Archives)

John Paul Stevens , 99: The longtime Supreme Court justice stood for the freedom and dignity of individuals, be they students or immigrants or prisoners; July 15

Rutger Hauer , 75: The Dutch actor, best known for his role in the 1982 science fiction classic “Blade Runner,” appeared in more than 100 movies; July 19

Cesar Pelli , 92: The noted architect designed some of the tallest buildings in the world, including Salesforce Tower in San Francisco; July 19

Paul Krassner , 87: The author was a political activist on the front lines of 1960s counterculture and helped tie together his prankster group by naming them the Yippies; July 21

Russi Taylor , 75: The actress gave voice to Minnie Mouse for more than three decades; July 26

Nick Buoniconti , 78: The Pro Football Hall of Famer was a member of the storied 1972 Miami Dolphins and later became a leader in the effort to cure paralysis; July 31

Hal Prince , 91: The Tony-winning Broadway legend was a producer and director of such theatrical smashes as “The Phantom of the Opera,” “West Side Story” and “Fiddler on the Roof”; July 31

Saoirse Kennedy Hill , 22: The Kennedy family scion was the granddaughter of Ethel Kennedy and Robert F. Kennedy; Aug. 1

Toni Morrison , 88: The Nobel laureate was known for such novels as “Beloved,” ”Song of Solomon” and “The Bluest Eye”; Aug. 5

Dango Nguyen , 48: The former firefighter also was actor who appeared on “The Walking Dead”; Aug. 10

Peter Fonda , 79: The Oscar-nominated actor was a member of a legendary Hollywood family and was best known for writing and starring in “Easy Rider”; Aug. 16

Kathleen Blanco , 76: The former governor of Louisiana led her state through Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath; Aug. 18

Celso Pina , 66: The Mexican musician was known as “the rebel of the accordion” for mixing eclectic styles with traditional Colombian cumbia; Aug. 21

David Koch , 79: The billionaire businessman was a co-owner of the second-largest private company in the U.S. and an activist who funded many conservative causes; Aug. 23

Jessi Combs , 36: The race-car driver hosted the TV show “All Girls Garage” and appeared in several other programs; Aug. 28

Valerie Harper , 80: The award-winning actress was best known for her roles on “Rhoda” and “The Mary Tyler Moore Show”; Aug. 30

GettyImages-166775211.jpg?fit=620%2C9999 Actress Valerie Harper died Aug. 30. She was 80. (Kris Connor/Getty Images Archives)

LaShawn Daniels , 41: The Grammy-winning songwriter composed hits for such singers as Beyonce and Lady Gaga; Sept. 3

Kylie Rae Harris , 30: The singer was a rising country music star; Sept. 4

Robert Mugabe , 95: The longtime leader of Zimbabwe took rule after white minority rule ended in 1980, but was forced to resign in 2017; Sept. 6

T. Boone Pickens, 91 : The famed oil tycoon expanded his wealth through a series of corporate takeover attempts and, late in life, became a champion of renewable energy; Sept. 11

Eddie Money , 70: The rocker, who spent many years in the Bay Area, had several big hits in the 1970s and ’80s; Sept. 13

Azellia White , 106: The aviation pioneer was one of the nation’s first black female pilots; Sept. 14

Ric Ocasek , 75; The musician was the lead singer for The Cars; Sept. 15

Cokie Roberts , 75: The pioneering journalist covered politics for NPR and ABC News; Sept. 17

Suzanne Whang , 56: The TV personality was best known as the first host of “House Hunters”; Sept. 17

Barron Hilton , 91; The hotel magnate expanded his father’s chain and was a founding owner in the American Football League; Sept. 19

Sid Haig , 80: The actor worked on scores of films but was best known for his known for his role in the “House of 1000 Corpses” trilogy; Sept. 21

Carl Ruiz , 44: The celebrity chef owned several restaurants, including La Cubana in New York, and made frequent appearances on the Food Network; Sept. 21

Jacques Chirac , 86: The former president of France opposed the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003; Sept. 26

José José , 71: The Mexican singer and songwriter was a musical icon across Latin America for more than 50 years; Sept. 28

Jessye Norman , 74: The international opera star won four Grammy Awards, the National Medal of Arts and the Kennedy Center Honor; Sept. 30

Barrie Masters , 63: The musician was the lead singer for Eddie and the Hot Rods; Oct. 2

Money-05.jpg?fit=620%2C9999px&ssl=1 Rocker Eddie Money died Sept. 13. He was 70. (Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images Archives)

Kim Shattuck , 56; The singer-songwriter was a member of several bands, including the Muffs, the Pixies and the Pandoras; Oct. 2

Diahann Carroll , 84: The trail-blazing actress, best known for her roles on TV’s “Julia” and “Dynasty,” also was a Tony winner and an Oscar nominee; Oct. 4

Ginger Baker , 80: The legendary rock drummer was a member of Cream, among several other bands; Oct. 5

Rip Taylor , 88: The madcap mustached comedian was a TV game show mainstay in the 1970s; Oct. 5

Alexei Leonov , 85: The legendary Soviet cosmonaut became the first human to walk in space; Oct. 11

Robert Forster , 78: The longtime film and TV star was known for many roles, including his Oscar-nominated turn in “Jackie Brown”; Oct. 11

James Stern , 55: The black activist took control of one of the nation’s largest neo-Nazi groups — and pledged to dismantle it; Oct. 11

Harold Bloom , 89; The author of “The Anxiety of Influence” wrote more than 20 books and prided himself on making scholarly topics accessible to the general reader; Oct. 14

Sulli , 25: The former child actor from South Korea became a K-Pop star; Oct. 14

Elijah Cummings , 68; The longtime civil rights champion was a congressman from Maryland; Oct. 17

Paul Barrere , 71; Musician was the guitarist and singer for the rock group Little Feat; Oct. 26

Robert Evans , 89: The legendary movie executive produced “Chinatown” and “Urban Cowboy,” among many films; Oct. 26

John Conyers , 90; The longtime lawmaker from Detroit was the longest-serving black member of Congress; Oct. 27

Kay Hagan , 66: The lawmaker from North Carolina served as a U.S. senator from 2009 to 2015; Oct. 28

John Witherspoon , 77: The actor and comedian was best known for his role in the “Friday” movies and his appearances on “Late Night With David Letterman”; Oct. 29

Walter Mercado , 88: The television astrologer was a star in Latin media and a cherished icon for gay people in most of the Spanish-speaking world; Nov. 2

OCR-L-CELEBRITY-DEATHS-051-1.jpg?fit=620 Rapper Juice WRLD died Dec. 8. He was 21. (Owen Sweeney/Associated Press Archives)

Brian Tarantina , 60; The actor was best known for roles in “Gilmore Girls” and “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”; Nov. 2

Robert Norris , 90: The rancher and philanthropist was best known for being the original “Marlboro Man”; Nov. 3

Laurel Griggs , 13; The Broadway actress also had several TV and film credits; Nov. 5

Jake Burton Carpenter , 65: The snowboarding pioneer revolutionized the sport and the business; Nov. 20

Goo Hara , 28: The K-Pop star was also a South Korean TV celebrity; Nov. 24

Harry Morton , 38: The restaurant mogul was the son of the Hard Rock Cafe chain co-founder and grandson of the Morton’s The Steakhouse founder; Nov. 24

Godfrey Gao , 35: The former Louis Vuitton model also acted in several Chinese-language TV shows; Nov. 27

Shelley Morrison , 83: The longtime character actress was best known for her role on “Will & Grace”; Dec. 1

Lil Bub , 8: The cat with the little tongue that stole the hearts of the internet was a spokescat for Animal Planet and helped raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for animals with special needs; Dec. 2

René Auberjonois , 79; The prolific character actor was best known for his roles on the TV shows “Benson” and “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine” and in the 1970 film “M.A.S.H.”; Dec. 8

Juice WRLD , 21; The rapper was a streaming juggernaut and later rose to the top of the charts with the Sting-sampled hit “Lucid Dreams”; Dec. 8

SJM-Z-ObitCarrollSpinney-1208-2.jpg?fit= Puppeteer Carroll Spinney died Dec. 8. He was 85. (Sesame Workshop)

Carroll Spinney , 85: The legendary puppeteer portrayed Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch on “Sesame Street” for nearly 50 years; Dec. 8

Paul Volcker , 92: The Federal Reserve chairman tamed U.S. inflation in the 1980s and, decades later, inspired tough Wall Street reforms in the wake of the global financial crisis; Dec. 9

Pete Frates , 34: The former college baseball player suffered from ALS and became the inspiration for the viral Ice Bucket Challenge; Dec. 9

Marie Fredriksson , 61: The Swedish singer had several solo hits before teaming up with Per Gessle to form Roxette; Dec. 9

Philip McKeon , 55: The actor was best known for his childhood role on the TV show “Alice”; Dec. 10

Danny Aiello , 86: The longtime character actor had scores of film roles and received an Oscar nomination for his role in “Do the Right Thing”; Dec. 12

Anna Karina , 79: The French New Wave actress became an icon of the cinema in the 1960s; Dec. 14

Baba Ram Dass , 88: The 1960s counterculture spiritual leader experimented with LSD, but was best known for the spiritual primer “Be Here Now”; Dec. 22

Jerry Herman , 88: The award-winning theater legend was the composer of such musicals as “Hello, Dolly!,” “Mame” and “La Cage aux Folles”; Dec. 26

Don Imus , 79: The longtime radio star’s career was made and then undone by his acid tongue; Dec. 27


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JohnRussell
1  seeder  JohnRussell    7 months ago

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Hal Blaine , the most prolific drummer in pop music history died in 2019.

LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) – Drummer Hal Blaine, who propelled dozens of major hit records during the ‘60s and ‘70s as a member of the “Wrecking Crew,” Hollywood’s elite, ubiquitous cadre of first-call studio musicians, died Monday, according to a statement from family members on his official Facebook page. He was 90.

“May he rest forever on 2 and 4,” read the statement. “The family appreciates your outpouring of support and prayers that have been extended to Hal from around the world, and respectfully request privacy in this time of great mourning. No further details will be released at this time.”

According to a 2017 Modern Drummer feature by Dennis Diken (himself the drummer of the New Jersey band the Smithereens), Blaine appeared on more than 35,000 recordings, including some 6,000 singles.

https://www.mercurynews.com/2019/03/12/hal-blaine-dies-wrecking-crew-drummer-on-more-than-35000-records/

BE MY BABY - The Ronnettes ( Hal Blaine On Drums)

 
 
 
CB
1.1  CB   replied to  JohnRussell @1    7 months ago

Happy New Year JohnRussell!!!

 
 
 
Perrie Halpern R.A.
2  Perrie Halpern R.A.    7 months ago

Wow that is one complete list. 

The ones that I am going to miss are :

Peter Tork  

Tim Conway

René Auberjonois

 
 
 
JohnRussell
2.1  seeder  JohnRussell  replied to  Perrie Halpern R.A. @2    7 months ago

I didnt even know that some of these people had died.

I have to mention Peggy Lipton, who was a very popular tv actress (Mod Squad) then married music producer Quincy Jones and sort of left show business. 

I thought she was beautiful back in the day.

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JohnRussell
2.2  seeder  JohnRussell  replied to  Perrie Halpern R.A. @2    7 months ago

Richard Nixon's younger brother Edward, and Clark Gable's grandson Clark Gable III died this year.  

It's weird, if they didnt die they would never be in the news. 

 
 
 
CB
2.3  CB   replied to  Perrie Halpern R.A. @2    7 months ago

Happy New Year Perrie Halpern!!!

 
 
 
Perrie Halpern R.A.
2.3.1  Perrie Halpern R.A.  replied to  CB @2.3    7 months ago

Happy New Year CB! 

 
 
 
CB
3  CB     7 months ago

What a beautiful song by Neil Diamond!

 
 
 
CB
4  CB     7 months ago
 
 
 
CB
5  CB     7 months ago

Gilbert O'Sullivan - Alone Again (original version)

 
 
 
CB
6  CB     7 months ago

Andrea Bocelli, Sarah Brightman - Time To Say Goodbye

 

 
 
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