Rock N' Roll Fans Mourn The Loss Of Ronettes Singer Ronnie Spector

In today's heartbreaking news, rock n' roll fans around the world are mourning the loss of Ronnie Spector, lead singer of the '60s girl group The Ronettes.

Ronnie, best known for her iconic vocals on tracks like "Be My Baby" and "Walking in the Rain" died on Wednesday at the age of 78, as was confirmed by her family in an emotional post to social media.

There's no denying Ronnie's voice is one of the most iconic in music history.

Her powerful yet vulnerable voice will forever live in the hearts of millions of fans across the world.

Just this past Christmas, I was blasting the Ronettes version of "Sleigh Ride" on repeat —I just love her voice so much!

In a powerful statement released on social media, Ronnie's family confirmed the songstress had passed away.

"Our beloved earth angel, Ronnie, peacefully left this world today after a brief battle with cancer. She was with family and in the arms of her husband, Jonathan," the statement began.

"Ronnie lived her life with a twinkle in her eye, a spunky attitude, a wicked sense of humor and a smile on her face. She was filled with love and gratitude."

"Her joyful sound, playful nature and magical presence will live on in all who knew, heard or saw her," they continued.

"In lieu of flowers, Ronnie requested that donations be made to your local women’s shelter or to the American Indian College Fund."

"A celebration of Ronnie’s life and music will be announced in the future," they concluded.

RIP to a true music legend, and someone many fans will miss for a long time.