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Luther Vandross's latest or related album is Luther Vandross: Greatest Hits
Which is released on 1999-11-16 from record company Sony.
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Janis Joplin, Luther Vandross and New Kids on the Block to get Hollywood Stars - Source: Music-News.com The list of people and groups that will be receiving stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2013 was announced on Friday by Marg Helgenberger at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel.
Luther Vandross Birthday: Freddie Jackson Remembers Fallen Legend 'He's Still Winning!' - Source: The BoomBox Today (April 20) would have been Luther Vandross ' 61st birthday, and in honor of the 30-time Grammy nominated singer-songwriter and producer, who died of a heart attack in 2005, close friend Freddy Jackson has shared his memories of his friendly competition with Luther.
LUTHER VANDROSS | NEVER TOO MUCH - Source: Feel My Bicep Arriving dressed in an outfit of silk, cashmere & satin, i'll never forget the first time Mr Vandross turned up at one of our parties.
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Luther Ronzoni Vandross (April 20, 1951 - July 1, 2005) was an american soul and rnb singer whose career spanned four decades. In the 70s, he worked as a backing singer Chic and for David Bowie (on the Young Americans album). He later found success as a solo artist with Superstar and A House Is Not A Home. In the 80s, Vandross was a vocalist on early Change singles (Searching), whilst continuing his solo career with such releases as “Never Too Much”, “Power Of Love/Love Power”, “If Only For One Night”, “Here And Now”. In the 90s, he was more famous for duets with Janet Jackson and Mariah Carey (amongst others), than for his solo work. It was an ongoing battle with his weight that may have ultimately proved his undoing. He suffered a stroke in 2003, from which he never really recovered, and died in 2005. During his career, he sold 25 million albums and won eight Grammy awards including Best Male R&B Vocal Performance four times. He won four Grammy awards in 2004, including the Grammy Award for Song of the Year for the track “Dance With My Father,” co-written with Richard Marx. Learn more about Luther Vandross