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Burt Bacharach Dead at 94

Music icon Burt Bacharach has died. He was 94. The prolific composer's family confirms the news in a statement on Thursday. He died of natural causes at home on Feb. 8. Bacharach's career as a singer and songwriter spanned decades, collaborating with superstars such as Dionne Warwick, The Beatles, Barbra Streisand, Aretha Franklin and Elvis Costello. In statement to ET, Warwick says the death of her longtime friend is like 'losing a family member.' Among his many awards, Bacharach was honored with three Oscars and eight GRAMMYs. He's credited with composing over 500 songs, including pop hit 'What the World Needs Now Is Love' with another frequent collaborator, the late Hal Jordan. Bacharach is survived by his wife Jane, and children, Oliver and Raleigh, and Cristopher from his previous marriage to Carole Bayer Sager. He is preceded in death by his eldest daughter Nikki who passed away in 2007.
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