The American singer Vic Damone, who also became known as a songwriter, actor, and radio and tv presenter, is at the age of 89 and died in a hospital in Florida. That his family has announced via Fox News.
Damone was in June 1928 as Vito Rocco Farinola born in Brooklyn as the son of Italian immigrants. Inspired by, among others, Frank Sinatra and Perry Como, he opted for a career in music. That led in 1947 to a record deal with Mercury Records. Damones biggest hits in the US-You’re Breaking My Heart, On the Street Where You Live, and My Heart Cries for You.
Damone, who five times was married, and Donald Trump to his personal friends was dealing, took to 1969 hundreds of songs. He got in 2002 from a stroke in 2008, there was a health warning, but he recovered at that time.