Famous singer Joe Cocker died on his ranch in Colorado, USA. The musician was 70 years old. The cause of death is lung cancer, which the singer has been fighting for in recent years.
Cocker's musical career started in the early 1960s in the English city of Sheffield, but fame came to him in 1968, when his version of the Beatles hit "With the Little Help from My Friends" led the charts in England.
Cocker’s best known songs are “My Father's Son”, “Unchain My Heart”, “Now That The Magic Has Gone” and “You Can Leave Your Hat On”, and his calling card is a hoarse baritone received by the singer due to abuse spirits in the 1970s.