"You're Breaking My Heart": Singer Vic Damone Dies At 89

Date February 13, 2018

Vic Damone was a singer loved by people all over the world. His hits, such as "You're Breaking My Heart", "On the Street Where You Live", and "My Heart Cries for You", were performed thousands of times, and people never got tired of listening to them. Born in NY in 1928, he knew from his early years that life isn’t a bed of roses. Thus, he worked his way towards success.

When his father, an electrician, was injured at work, Vic became the only breadwinner of the family and left school to provide for them.

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One of his first performances as a singer was on Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts. He was a winner there, and it became his first serious step to success.

Twice married, Vic had a good life. However, 2000 was marked with a stroke. He recovered soon and even had a farewell tour after which he decided to retire.

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One of the most treasured singers of the 50s died in Miami on Sunday aged 89. His gift, baritone voice and incredible style wouldn’t be ever forgotten!

Fans and everyone who knew and loved him pay tribute to the famous singer! Rest in peace, Vic Damone.

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