Don Sutton played most of his 23-year Major League playing career with the Los Angeles Dodgers. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1998.
The famous — even infamous — producer, known for his "wall of sound," died Saturday. He produced records for The Ronettes, Ike and Tina Turner as well as The Beatles, among many others.
Sylvain's rhythm guitar playing was the foundation for the raw, hard-driving sound of the New York Dolls, who presaged punk and new wave and influenced generations of musicians.
Fischbacher died Wednesday night in his home in Las Vegas from pancreatic cancer. His death came just months after his magic partner Roy Horn died of COVID-19 related complications in May.
Adelson built a casino empire that stretched from Las Vegas to Singapore. His huge donations to conservative causes in the U.S. and Israel helped shape politics in both countries.
On New Year's Eve, 25-year-old Tommy Raskin killed himself. Rep. Jamie Raskin of Maryland talked with NPR about his son's life and the outpouring of tributes to him.
Apted's pioneering documentary series began with a group of British children and checked in with them every seven years. He also directed Coal Miner's Daughter and The World Is Not Enough.
During his two decades as manager, the irascible, beloved Lasorda led Los Angeles to two World Series championships and four National League pennants.
Much of Dickey's work, including 1996's Sister, Sister, was centered on strong Black female characters. He wrote 29 books and sold more than 7 million copies worldwide.
Whitmore died from complications from COVID-19, according to his wife. The storied climber helped make history as part of the team who first climbed Yosemite's El Capitan.
Daniel Dumile, the rapper and producer best known as MF DOOM, died Oct. 31, according to Facebook message posted Thursday by his wife.
Rosella Liscum died at age 101 last week after contracting COVID-19. At StoryCorps in 2012, she told her daughter, "Just do what's in your heart. Do what's right and have fun."
The French jazz pianist was best known for his 1975 collaboration with classical flutist Jean-Pierre Rampal. It stayed on the Billboard charts for more than ten years.
The actress and producer was 82 years old. Her publicist announced Wednesday she died of complications related to the coronavirus.
Bluegrass guitar legend Tony Rice died Christmas day, leaving behind an expansive catalogue devoted to exploring uncharted territory. Guitarist and fan Molly Tuttle picks his essential recordings.