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Singer Ray Charles Dies of Liver Disease at 73

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Singer Ray Charles Dies of Liver Disease at 73

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Singer Ray Charles Dies of Liver Disease at 73

Singer Ray Charles Dies of Liver Disease at 73

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Singer Ray Charles has passed away. The 12-time Grammy-winning artist produced many soulful classics, including "I Got a Woman," "Unchain My Heart," "Georgia on My Mind" and "Ruby." Charles was was born in Albany, Ga. He was 73.

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