Bruce Springsteen "heartbroken" over death of Tom Petty

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Then I called my ex-wife and said, "Remind me who Tom Petty is".

Spokeswoman Carla Sacks says Petty died Monday night, October 2, 2017, at UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles after he suffered cardiac arrest.

Last month, Tom Petty's performance was highly praised by his fans at the Hollywood Bowl. Tom Petty I applaud your work, your legacy and integrity. "We're all on the backside of our 60s". From our opening act in the seventies to becoming a brilliant songwriter and performer I have loved his music. He approached his songwriting with a director's eye for a compelling narrative, explaining to Billboard previous year, "A good song should give you a lot of images, you should be able to make your own little movie in your head to a good song". He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2002.

"I wanna thank you for 40 years of a really great time", Petty told the crowd before beginning the song.

"God bless ya, goodnight", Petty told the crowd before signing a few autographs. Eric Clapton issued a statement that Petty was "such a huge part of our musical history, there'll never be another like him".

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"The 'Free Fallin" hitmaker passed away on Monday (10.02.17) after suffering a cardiac arrest and artist AnnaKim Violette has been honouring her dad on social media with a number of emotional posts, accompanied by archive pictures of the singer and personal photos of them together. She showcases the track well and we think Petty would be proud. If you're a singer, you've got to be responsible, it's a physical thing, you have to be in shape. Indeed, Petty wrote short, concise songs that AM/FM radio picked up in the late '70s and '80s, providing millions of Americans a soundtrack for the road. In 1979, he was enraged when his record label was sold and his contract transferred. In 1981, their album, "Hard Promises" became a top-ten hit and went platinum.

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The Wrap said the band had wrapped up a tour with three concerts at the Hollywood Bowl ending September 25.

To which Petty responded, "That's pretty wild, right?" He asked if I was interested, and I always say yes. "Great!' That was my whole life". They soon broke up, but reunited in Los Angeles as the Heartbreakers, joined by bassist Ron Blair and drummer Stan Lynch.

Critics were pleased with their 1980 album which spawned hits like Refugee and Don't Do Me Like That.

A little background. Talk to just about any successful musician who started their career in the '60s, '70s, or '80s and you'll find out that their first contract was terribly one-sided.

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