Singer Rob Grill has died at the age of 67.
He passed away at a Florida hospice facility on Monday (11Jul11).
The star suffered a stroke and a subsequent head injury and fell into a coma in California earlier this year (11).
Grill was the lead singer of the 1960s American pop band The Grass Roots, which made hits of Let's Live for Today, Wait A Million Years and Midnight Confessions.
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