Pop Songwriter Ellie Greenwich Dies in New York

Ellie Greenwich who is Pop song writer in the early 60's, died of a heart attack at a New York hospital on 26 August,2009 at the age of 68.

Pop songwriter Ellie Greenwich dies in New York

Ellie was one of the American pop music singer, songwriter and record producer. She wrote "Da Doo Ron Ron","Be My Baby","Leader of the pack" and "River Deep,Mountain High" among many of others.

Brooklyn-born writer, he partnered with producer Phil Spector and his then-husband Jeff Barry compose ingeniously designed "Wall of Sound" songs for the likes of Crystals and the Ronettes, as the Beatles were about to cause a shift in foreign composers .

Ellie Greenwich also received a young artist named Neil Diamond, who produced his early hits "Cherry, Cherry" and "Kentucky Woman". Greenwich Songs sold millions of copies, and gave him 25 gold and platinum albums, according to the Songwriters Hall of Fame, was of Fame in 1991.


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