Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Leon Russell died Sunday at his Nashville home, his wife said in a statement posted on his website. He was 74. A skilled songwriter whose work defied the limitations of genre, Russell collaborated with a wide range of musicians over his long career, from B.B. King to Willie Nelson to Elton John. "He was my biggest influence as a piano player, a singer, and a songwriter," John said. A native of Oklahoma, Russell suffered a heart attack in July and had recently undergone heart surgery. He passed away in his sleep.
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