The type of music we really don't hear anymore.Singer Lynn Evans Mand of the Chordettes dies at 95
Lynn Evans Mand, who was plucked from obscurity to become the lead singer of the Chordettes, performing with them during the height of their fame in the 1950s and '60s on songs like the instantly recognizable hitswww.texarkanagazette.com
Dude was instrumental in starting the Industrial and EBM genres (and I am still a rivethead to this day) but he could be a complete and total prick as well as being a proto crazy tranny (sorta), no question about it. Nonetheless when you die, your successes count more then your sins and he had many many successes. FThrobbing Gristle was an interesting band, but Genesis sounded like a bit of a cow from everything I've read about him.