New Year's Eve we lost Natalie Cole
R&B singer Natalie Cole, whose hits included “This Will Be” and “Unforgettable,” a virtual duet that she sang with her late father Nat “King” Cole, has died. The Associated Press reported she died Thursday night at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.
After a long dry spell, Cole staged a comeback with the 1991 album “Unforgettable…With Love,” which included the duet on the ballad “Unforgettable” with her father, a jazz legend turned pioneering African-American pop hit maker who died in 1965.
Natalie Cole’s voice was blended with her father’s classic 1950s rendition of “Unforgettable” for a hit that spent 17 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The two also appeared together in a video assembled from old footage of Nat “King” Cole for the song that was widely seen that year.
Natalie sings WHEN SUNNY GETS BLUE
Natalie Cole's character in the movie is a jazz singer recovering from a brain injury. Moving video and a few pics are from the Phoenix 9/11 memorial, other images from Grand Avenue, 15th Ave, and Central Avenue, the spiral at Heard Museum