Singer-songwriter Phoebe Snow, 60, has died

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Phoebe Snow, the distinctively voiced singer-songwriter who penned the ’70s radio staple “Poetry Man” and toured with the likes of Jackson Browne, Steely Dan’s Donald […] Read the full post.

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  • Beth

    RIP, Ms. Snow.

  • Pink Lemonade

    Goodbye beautiful voice. Thank you for sharing your rare, unique talent with the world.

  • pam stokes

    What sad news!
    Her music always put me in a good mood.Her voice was really beautiful!

  • Lyn

    Really loved her albums “Phoebe Snow” and “Second Childhood.” But the first song of hers I think of is the gloriously bluesy/bouncy “Gone at Last” with Paul Simon, on which her distinctive voice makes such a great contribution. R.I.P.

  • ipsilver

    Ms.phoebe snow was so mellow;just a great talent..she will be missed!
    ipsilver
    yan cheng
    peoples republic of china

  • shelly

    So sad, too short a life. I think it was last year, Sunday Morning show on CBS had a segment devoted to her. I saw her and Jackson Browne in concert at the Capital Theatre in NJ a long time ago. I also loved Harpo’s Blues. You can rest now, Pheobe, Thanks for your gift.

  • tessa

    memories of my first ‘real’ boyfriend…relationship/ what a talent you are Phoebe Snow…may you sing with the angels..thank you for giving us so much emotion with your voice!

  • J-Rod

    Wow, can’t believe it. I didn’t even know she had a brain hemorrage a year ago! She was such an amazing singer & a class act. Saw her one time live in Seattle. RIP Phoebe. We will miss you.

  • denise bruner

    Besides The Poetry Man” if you’d listen to any of her cds,cassettes, LPs all songs would be considered classics your music filled my heart and spirit many times over Lots of class and style Thanks Phoebe for all you brough to music

  • ceebee

    Such a talent…RIP…my favorite song was “Teach Me Tonight”….

  • bernadette

    I saw you perform at a small unknown theater on Long Island, at the urging of my husband. I sat in the 2nd row with my 6 yr old daughter on my lap. You sang ” your my little girl” to me and her. I cried for days at both your pain and your miraculous god given voice. Be at peace now, but we will miss your voice and am quite sure, I will never hear a voice like it again. Love you.

  • Zolton Boscheck

    She Was SO GREAT!

  • Laundry

    This is a little obscure, but Phoebe Snow cowrote and sang a nice song called “The Best Thing” with Robert Lamm of the group Chicago.

  • Carla

    A beautiful voice, and a beautiful person. She will be missed.

  • Music Rox

    Hearing that Phoebe Snow died is like a punch in the gut. I know she retired to care for Valerie Rose…didn’t realize they died from the same condition [although Phoebe's brain hemorrhage was brought on by a stroke she suffered last year] I loved “Poetry Man” & her rendition of Clyde McPhatter’s “A Lover’s Question” [with Lou Rawls] is timeless. Wherever Phoebe is, I hope she is at peace with her beloved Valerie Rose.

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