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The Everly Brothers

Remembering Musicians Who Died In 2014: Phil Everly, Bobby Womack, Pete Seeger, And More

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2014 saw the passing of a fair share of aging musical legends, but it tragically also saw the deaths of many relatively young artists well before their time. This list honors just some of the artists who passed away this year, so if there are any that you think we may have missed, you can post your tributes down in the comments section below.READ MORE

Bobby Keys with The Rolling Stones in 1971

Rolling Stones Pay Tribute to Bobby Keys Following Saxophonist's Death, Keith Richards Calls Him "Largest Pal in The World"

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Less than a day after the passing of Bobby Keys—one of the most acclaimed horn players in rock music history—the band that he was most often associated with released several statements lamenting his death at the age of 70 from cirrhosis of the liver.READ MORE

Bobby Keys with The Rolling Stones in 1971

Rolling Stones Saxophonist Bobby Keys Dies, 'Brown Sugar' Solo Among Artist's Highlights [WATCH]

Buzz 19:47PM EDT

Longtime Rolling Stones collaborator Bobby Keys, who played saxophone on hits like "Brown Sugar" and "Live with Me," has died at the age of 70. Keys backed a laundry list of big names including The Who, George Harrison and Lynyrd Skynyrd. Keys worked with The Stones for more than 40 years. He died this morning (Dec. 2) after a long battle with cirrhosisREAD MORE

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