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Topic History of: Ronnie Spector RIP
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Green Man She was forgotten to some extent and that is criminal. In the mid 80s in NYC. My dearest friend saw her performing at a record fair. Singing her classics, hardly anyone took notice. My friend Jim-boy bought a 45 at the fair, she signed it and gave him a peck on the check. Jim-boy was very well connected and he knew Robert Palmer.

Hardly anyone took notice of Ronnie and ignored her singing. Apparently a few years ago, her UK tour was scrapped due to poor ticket sales.
PhilE Sad to hear of the passing of such a talent.