Cynthia Weil, a songwriter and Grammy Award winner, passed away at the age of 82. On June 2, 2023, her daughter Jenn Mann made TMZ aware of her passing.
The best mother, grandma, and wife our family could have ever had, according to my mother Cynthia Weil, she said. She was a role model for women in music, my dearest friend, my confidante, and my partner in crime.
Cynthia and her husband Barry Mann are credited with co-writing hit songs like “On Broadway” and “You’ve Lost that Lovin’ Feeling.” I’m fortunate, Barry said. “My wife and one of the greatest songwriters in the world, my soul and inspiration, were two for one.”
Cynthia’s work has been recognized and she has accomplished more than just songwriting. Here is what we know about the late entertainer, from cause of de@th to career achievement.
Cynthia Weil Cause Of De@th
In the 1960s, Cynthia, a writer and songwriter, produced a number of songs. Due to Cynthia not being a well-known figure, it is unknown how she was before to passing away. It was confirmed, however, that she passed away “surrounded by family” in her Beverly Hills residence.
Other than that, her family hasn’t said anything about her passing and hasn’t said what caused her de@th.
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Cynthia Weil’s Career
After being signed by Don Kirshner and Al Nevins, Cynthia and her husband Barry enjoyed a long and successful career as one of popular music’s most prosperous duos. Following Cynthia’s passing on June 2, the duo went on to pen songs for musicians like Neil Diamond, Dolly Parton, and Carole King, who shared a tribute on social media the following day.
“You’ve Lost that Lovin’ Feelin’,” one of her most popular songs, was listed by BMI in 1999 as the 20th century’s most-played song on radio and television. The song was created in collaboration with the notorious Phil Spector.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inducted Cynthia and her husband in 2010, while the Songwriter’s Hall of Fame inducted Cynthia in 1987. Additionally, they received six Grammy Award nominations, winning two for the song “Somewhere Out There” in 1988.
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