Olivia Newton-John, pop singer and ‘Grease’ star, dies at 73

Olivia Newton-John sang some of the biggest hits of the 1970s and ’80s while transforming her girl-next-door image into a spandex-clad vixen — epitomized by her role in “Grease.” One of the most famous film musicians of its era — died Monday at his ranch in Southern California. She is 73 years old.

became death declared By her husband John Easterling.

Although always critically unloved, Ms. Newton-John amassed No. 1 hits, chart-topping albums and four records that sold more than two million copies each. Above all, she is likable.

Early in her career, this English-Australian singer dazzled listeners with her high, smooth, vibe-warm voice in the mid-1970s, often paired with mid-tempo pop. Passed for folk music.

His performance in the charts clarified that blur. He had seven top 10 hits on Billboard’s country chart, two of which became overall No. 1 hits in 1974 and 75. First, “I Honestly Love You,” co-written by Peter Allen and Jeff Barry, was proclaimed with unabashed passion, followed by “How You Never Been Mellow,” penned by John, the producer of many of her biggest albums. Farrar.

“I Honestly Love You” won two of the singer’s four Grammy Awards, for Record of the Year and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance.

A full obituary will be published soon.

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