The 80-year-old music producer Phil Spector died on Saturday. Phil Spector’s ex-wife shared her condolence in an Instagram post.
The Grammy-award Music producer died from natural causes, imprisoned for the murder of Lana Clarkson. According to TMZ, the music producer had some Covid-19 complications and took medication in a hospital. However, there is no evidence yet that Phil Spector died from Covid-19.
The ‘Jealous Guy’ hitmaker became the main suspect for the murder of actress Lana Clarkson. The actress died at the mansion of Phil Specto, found dead with a single gunshot wound to her mouth. Later the producer was charged with second-degree murder and imprisoned for 19 years.
Phil Spector worked with many artists like Stevie Wonder, The Beach Boys, The Beatles, and many others. He also won an award for Album of the Year.
Ronnie Spector’s message on Instagram
Ronnie Spector was the wife of Phil Spector during 1968 and 1974. They had three adopted children. Ronnie accused the music producer of imprisoning her and damaging her career.
Phil Spector’s ex-wife has shared a photo of herself and Phil Spector in the studio. Ronnie Spector, ex-wife of the music producer wrote: “It’s a sad day for music and a sad day for me.
“When I was working with Phil Spector, watching him create in the recording studio, I knew I was working with the very best. He was in complete control, directing everyone. So much to love about those days.”
Ronnie Spector continued to share her love for Phil Spector. “I loved him madly and gave my heart and soul to him,” the ex-wife said.
The 77 year old singer continued: “The magical music we were able to make together, was inspired by our love. I loved him madly, and gave my heart and soul to him.
“As I said many times while he was alive, he was a brilliant producer, but a lousy husband. Unfortunately Phil was not able to live and function outside of the recording studio. Darkness set in, many lives were damaged.”
The “Best Christmas Ever” hitmaker ended her statement by saying, “I still smile whenever I hear the music we made together, and always will. The music will be forever”.