Chuck Colson, speaking outside the White House in 2003, has died. The former aide to President Nixon went to prison for his role in the Watergate scandal. He later became an influential evangelical Christian. Susal Walsh/AP hide caption

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Levon Helm was the longtime drummer and occasional vocalist for The Band. Rob Loud/Getty Images hide caption

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Dick Clark brought in the New Year from Times Square for over three decades. Donna Svennevik/AP/ABC hide caption

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Dick Clark, 'Bandstand' Host, Dies At 82

For more than 50 years, "the world's oldest teenager" was one of pop culture's most familiar figures.

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Andrew Love Of The Memphis Horns Has Died

The saxophonist, who paired with trumpeter Wayne Jackson to form the Memphis Horns, played on dozens of the biggest soul hits of the 1960s and '70s. He died on April 12.

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