Jan. 14, 2010

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R&B legend Teddy Pendergrass died Wednesday evening. He was 59. Pendergrass, known for being the lead singer of Harold Melvin & The Bluenotes and smash solo ballads such as “Turn Off the Lights” and “Love TKO,” died after a long illness. His family did not reveal details, but said it was related to complications from a 1982 car accident.

Written by: Barry Scott

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Jan. 5, 2010

Willie Mitchell, the Memphis producer whose percussive, string-and-horn-tinged R&B sound shaped '70s hits by such artists as Al Green and Ann Peebles, died Tuesday. He was 81.

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