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Country musician Marty Robbins had numerous hits in his career, including songs such as "El Paso," "I'll Go On Alone," "Singing the Blues," "A White Sport Coat (And a Pink Carnation)" and "Don't Worry." Some of his other... More »

Marty Robbins died from cardiac arrest in December 1982 at the age of 57. It happened a little over a week after he underwent surgery following a heart attack and just two months after his induction into the Country Musi... More »

Marty Robbins died on Dec. 8, 1982, at the age of 57. He had suffered his third serious heart attack. He underwent surgery, but died at the hospital three days later. He was survived by his wife and two children. More »

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Marty Robbins' career lasted more than 30 years. He landed his first recording contract with Columbia Records in 1951 and was active in the music business until his death in 1982. More »

Marty Robbins died from cardiac arrest in December 1982 at the age of 57. It happened a little over a week after he underwent surgery following a heart attack and just two months after his induction into the Country Musi... More »

Marty Robbins died on Dec. 8, 1982, at the age of 57. He had suffered his third serious heart attack. He underwent surgery, but died at the hospital three days later. He was survived by his wife and two children. More »

Some of Andraé Crouch's greatest hits include "The Blood Will Never Lose Its Power" and "Soon and Very Soon." Crouch is also known for conducting the choruses of songs such as "Man in the Mirror" and "Like a Prayer." More »