Wednesday, August 21

R&B Legend James Ingram Passes Away at 66

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R&B legend James Ingram passed away on January 29th at 66 years old. This is heart breaking for all who supported and loved Ingram throughout his life and career. The musical genius’ soulful voice and eloquent vibes touched fans globally for decades – especially during the 80s and 90s. The singer and song writer, is known for a host of hot hits such as Just Once, I Don’t Have A Heart, 100 Ways, Yah Mo Be There, Baby Come to Me, Somewhere Out There (duet with Linda Ronstadt), How Do You Keep the Music Playing (duet with Patti Austin), The Secret Garden (a collaboration with Quincy Jones, Al B. Sure, El DeBarge, and Barry White, and many other melodies. Thank you James Ingram for sharing your talents with the world. We’ll miss you – your beautiful musical legacy lives in our hearts forever.

James Ingram and Patti Austin – Baby Come To Me

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