Popular American singer-turned-actress TERESA BREWER has died. She was 76. Brewer died at her home in New Rochelle of a neuromuscular disease on Wednesday (17Oct07). Brewer topped the U.S. charts throughout the 1950s and had scores of hits including Let Me Go Lover and Into Every Life A Little Rain Must Fall. She also sang with musical greats including Tony Bennett and Jazz legend Duke Ellington. The star eventually quit performing to concentrate on raising a family. Spokesman for the star Bill Munroe says, "She was just a wonderful, lovely lady. Her career was always a hobby with her, her family always came first. "She always considered her legacy not to be the gold records and the TV appearances, but her loving family." Brewer leaves four daughters, four grandsons and five great-grandchildren.
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