Robert Palmer

Solo Artist

Died: 2003-09-26
Age: 54
Cause: Heart Attack

Rock singer Robert Palmer died Friday September 26th in Paris of a heart attack, his manager said. He was 54.
Palmer, had hits like "Addicted to Love" and "Looking for Clues". In the 1980s he became a superstar. A side project, Power Station, formed in 1985 with John Taylor and Andy Taylor (Duran Duran), scored three U.S. Top 10 hits, including "Get it On."
Robert Palmer lived in Switzerland for the past 16 years. Known for his sharp suits and named best dressed male artist by Rolling Stone in 1990. The "Addicted to Love" video, with its miniskirted models strumming guitars as Palmer sang, became one of MTV's most-played clips.

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