Burt Bacharach the legendary musician died on Wednesday at his house in Los Angeles in the presence of his family members. He was 94 years old and living with his family.
His publicist Tina Brausam confirmed his death by saying he died from a natural cause. The music industry has shocked after hearing about his death news.
As a highly accomplished songwriter, composer, pianist, and record producer Bacharach has composed a number of pop songs it remains timeless songs.
Bacharach also worked with popular musicians and personnel throughout his long career. He collaborated with many talents and give life to several hits.
His collaboration with great musicians like Hal David produced several themes such as Pussy cat, The look of love, etc…
He is best known for his songs such as “That’s what Friends For you, “Raindrops keeps falling on my head”, “This Guy’s in Love with You, “They Long To Be Close To You”, and “Arthur’s Theme Best Ypou Can Do”. these also were topped the billboard Hot 100.
Burt Bacharach’s Cause Of Death
Burt Bacharach passed away on February 8, Wednesday. The music world grieving his departure. Many of his fans and followers shared their grief through several social media.
As per some reports, the reason for his death was natural. Any kind of incident that led to his death was not reported. His soul departed the world with the presence of his family members.
The influential musician is known for his magical talent in the music industry.
Burt Bacharach Age
Burt Bacharach was born on May 12, 1928. According to his publicist, Bacharach was 94 at the time of his death.
Burt Bacharach’s Net Worth
As per some reliable sources, the inspiring musician’s net worth is estimated at approximately around $160 million. The only source of his income is considered his musical career.
He earned all this wealth by working as a composer, record producer, singer, and pianist. His long four decades of career have highly contributed to his net worth.
Bacharach also worked in the U.S. Army as a pianist during the Korean War.
Family And Early Life
Burt Freeman Bacharach popularly known as Burt Bacharach was born to an artist family. His father Mark Bertram was a newspaper columnist. His mother Irma M. was a painter and songwriter.
His parents highly influenced him to be a great musician. His mother was his inspiration to choose a musical career. His mother Irma helped him to learn piano in his childhood.
Bacharach has married four times in his life. In 1953, he wed Paula Stewart and their relationship lasted for only five years.
The couple separated in 1958. Later he married Angie Dickson in 1965 who was an actress and they legally get divorced in 1980 after 15 years.
His third marriage was in 1982 with Carole Bayer Sager a lyricist. Their relationship longed for nine years. Later he wed Jane Hasen in 1993.
The reasons for his split from his former partners are not mentioned anywhere. He had four children. He sharing first daughter Nikki Bacharach with his second wife Angie Dickson.
And Bacharach adopted a son with his third wife Carole Bayer Sager. He was named Cristopher Elton Bacharach. Later his next son named Oliver was born to his fourth wife Jane Hasen. The duo also shared a daughter named Raleigh.
Burt Bacharach Career
Bacharach begin his career as a musician in 1950. In his four decades-long career, Bachrach has produced several hits in US and UK.
His collaboration with Hal David created some evergreen classics and won awards like Grammy Awards, and Oscars also.
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