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'Jan and Dean' Musician Berry Dies at 62

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'Jan and Dean' Musician Berry Dies at 62

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'Jan and Dean' Musician Berry Dies at 62

'Jan and Dean' Musician Berry Dies at 62

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Jan Berry, one half of the '60s musical duo Jan and Dean, dies at 62. William Jan Berry and Dean Torrence produced a string of gold records, including "Surf City" and "Little Old Lady from Pasadena." Berry spent nearly a year in a coma after a 1966 car accident. Hear NPR's Howard Berkes.

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