Singer Teena Marie died in late December 2010 at the age of 54, and fans around the world are still mourning the loss of the star. She was found dead by her daughter the day after Christmas and it was later ruled that she died of natural causes.Teena's successful motown career led to her friendships with stars like Rick James and Smokey Robinson, and she put out over a dozen albums during her career, with the most popular being Irons in the Fire from 1980.Teena will be remembered for years to...Read Full Story
The R&B singer – best known for her 80s hits "I Need Your Lovin'' and "Lovergirl" – was found dead in her sleep by her daughter at her home in Pasadena, California, yesterday, her publicist has confirmed.Teena – born Mary Christine Brockert, and also known as Lady T – was one of very few white artists on the Motown record label in the 1970s and fear of a backlash among fans led to her image being omitted from her first album Wild and Peaceful.However, her career with Motown ended badly and...Read Full Story
Teena Marie (March 5, 1956 – December 26, 2010) was an American singer-songwriter who was perhaps better known by her nickname, Lady Tee. She was one of the few successful white R&B performers.