Be My Baby Singer Breathes Her last After Battling Cancer
Ronnie Spector, the famous Ronnetes star was 78 years old when she breathed her last battling cancer. The iconic star has left all her loved ones and fans in tears on 12 January. The ever so charismatic singer Ronnie Spector was a cheerful star who founded the girl group The Ronnetes earlier known by the name Darling Sisters. The Ronnetes however were successful one of their time giving a good music to their audiences.
Ronnie was an amazing vocalist who teamed up with her sisters and gave some billboard hits like Be My Baby, Baby I love You etc. in the 60s.
A rebuild of career after her divorce
Ronnie Spector began well in her career until she met her husband Phil Spector who was the producer of Wall Of Sound with whom she had signed an agreement. The contract between the two went well until Phil started assaulting her and abusing her. She was even imprisoned in their house from where she escaped later and rebuilt her career solely on her own.
She was even seized to not perform as The Ronnetes. However, The Ronnetes later sued Ronnie’s husband for a compensation of about $10 million for damages caused by him to The Ronnetes. Ronnie was even threatened by Phil for getting royalties.
Ronnie’s struggle during her career
Ronnie’s one of the toughest song was “How Can You Mend A Broken Heart?”. Ronnie once stated about her experience saying that it took her a lot of time to record that song because it was all about her own life. She cited that she cried during the recording of that song and completed it finally.
Ronnie Spector is finally gone and has left behind her husband Jonathan Greenfield and two his sons Jason and Austin.