R&B legend, James Ingram has died of brain cancer at the age of 66.
Ingram was a singer, songwriter, record producer, and instrumentalist. He’s a two-time Grammy Award-winner and a two-time Academy Award nominee for Best Original Song. He was associated with acts such as Ray Charles, Quincy Jones, Michael McDonald, and Anita Baker.
R&B Legend James Ingram Dead at 66 from Brain Cancer https://t.co/uZ8LRzd4r4
— TMZ (@TMZ) January 29, 2019
James Ingram — the R&B singer known for hits such as 1982's "Baby, Come to Me" and "Somewhere Out There" from the animated film "An American Tail" — has died. He was 66. https://t.co/3fShVYmwEy pic.twitter.com/VCuGsogVzi
— Chicago Tribune (@chicagotribune) January 29, 2019
How Do You Keep The Music Playing? Listen to and find 100 Ways to remember the great #JamesIngram, an American original. For those of us fortunate to have heard him sing, even if Just Once, knows that the Heavenly Chorus has a new lead singer.https://t.co/7lk6tO0tAR
— Sheila Jackson Lee (@JacksonLeeTX18) January 29, 2019
So saddened to hear this. First met James when I was in Shalamar, he played on “Friends” album and co-wrote on another. Such a talent vocally and musically, a family man, witty and wise. My condolences to his family and friends Rest in Heaven James Ingram. https://t.co/Md3Wzdccw3
— Jody Watley (@jodywatley) January 29, 2019