Rock and Rock Hall of Famer, Bobby Womack passed at the age of 70, as confirmed by his publicist.
"I am sadly able to confirm [Bobby Womack's death] but I have no details at this time," Sonya Kolowrat, his publicist with XL Recordings, confirmed to CNN.
Bobby Womack began singing and writing music at the age of 10 and is the man behind The Rolling Stones first U.S. hit-single "It's All Over Now."
Guitarist of The Rolling Stones, Ronnie Wood, mourned his death on Twitter:
I'm so sad to hear about my friend Bobby Womack ~ the man who could make you cry when he sang has brought tears to my eyes with his passing.— Ronnie Wood (@ronniewood) June 28, 2014
R&B singer, Monica, tweeted about Bobby's passing.
Sending My Prayers and condolences to the family of the GREAT #BobbyWomack #RIP 💔 you influenced so many & showed us all how passion & vocals went hand in hand!!! #ThereWillNeverBeAnother #RestWell
One of Bobby Womack's classic hit-single, "If You Think You're Lonely Now."
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