Songwriter and Recording Academy Trustees Award recipient Gerry Goffin died June 19 in Los Angeles. A cause of death has not been disclosed. He was 75. Along with his then-wife and songwriting partner, GRAMMY winner Carole King, Goffin penned such hits as "Will You Love Me Tomorrow" (the Shirelles), "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman" (Aretha Franklin), "Up On The Roof" (the Drifters), "Pleasant Valley Sunday" (the Monkees), "Crying In The Rain" (the Everly Brothers), and "The Loco-Motion" (Little Eva).
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On the hunt. Chester Bennington of GRAMMY-winning band Linkin Park preys on his audience during a performance on June 18 in Burbank, Calif.