Ronnie Spector  

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Ronnie Spector (1943 – 2022) was the stage name of the American singer best known for interpreting "Be My Baby" with the girl group the Ronettes.

Ronnie fronted the group while record producer Phil Spector produced the majority of their recording output. The two were married in 1968 and separated in 1972.

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