Ronnie Spector, whose quivering, commanding vocals as the lead singer of the Ronettes in the early 1960s touched the hearts of love-struck teens and set new standards for girl groups on records and TV shows, died January 12. She was 78. With her high, sonorous teenage voice and distinct New York accent, Ronnie, along with the Ronettes, had a way of connecting instantly with young radio listeners, especially in urban markets…

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