Ronettes Lead Singer Ronnie Spector Dies at 78

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Ronnie Spector, the lead singer of 1960s girl group The Ronettes, died yesterday at the age of 78.

She formed the Ronettes in 1961 with her older sister and a cousin while she was a teenager, and together with producer Phil Spector, they had such hits like “Be My Baby.”

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