He worked with Music greats as Ray Charles, Quincy Jones and Michael Jackson: US soul singer and Songwriter James Ingram is dead. Actress and singer Debbie Allen, a longtime acquaintance and colleague, confirmed Ingram's death on Tuesday, the US broadcaster CNN.
she had lost her "best friend and creative Partner," wrote Allen on Twitter. The two-time Grammy award winner was 66 years old.
Ingram's "strong voice and his masterful compositions" have dominated the music scene, it was said on Tuesday in a message of "Recording Academy", which annually presents the Grammy awards. The coveted music awards had won Ingram in the 1980s for the R&B Song "One Hundred Ways" and "Yah Mo B There"duet with Michael McDonald. He was a total of 14 Times for a Grammy nominated.
More Hits took Ingram with Patti Austin (Baby, Come to Me) and Linda Ronstadt (Somewhere Out There). He also worked with Music greats as Ray Charles, Quincy Jones and Michael Jackson. (SDA)
Created: 30.01.2019, 08:59 PM