One of the lasting icons of the girl group era and a key influence on generations of female rockers, Ronnie Spector, born Veronica Bennett on August 10, 1943, in New York, New York, became famous as a member of the Ronettes, a girl group featuring her sister Estelle Bennett and cousin Nedra Talley. Her powerful and unique voice was a main strength of the band, as was the band's exotic and glamorous look. The group began as dancers at the Peppermint Lounge in New York and made a string of unsuccessful records in the early '60s before hooking up with Phil Spector in 1963 and releasing great songs and smash hits like "Be My Baby," "Walking in the Rain," "Do I Love You," and "I Can Hear Music." Soon after they began recording with him, Ronnie fell in love with Spector and they were married in 1968. The Ronettes' career was stalled at this ...
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Playlist: The Very Best of Ronnie Spector 2014 Playlist: The Very Best of Ronnie Spector
 
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English Heart 2016 English Heart
 
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