Pop Singer

Frankie Vaughan’s Death – Cause and Date

The pop singer Frankie Vaughan died at the age of 71. Here is all you want to know, and more!

Biography - A Short Wiki

Remembered for his popular covers of such hit songs as “Istanbul (Not Constantinople),” “Kisses Sweeter than Wine,” and “Kewpie Doll,” this English vocalist, nicknamed “Mr. Moonlight,” released twenty-five albums over the course of his two-decade career.

Born Frank Ableson, he grew up in a Russian-Jewish family in Liverpool, England. When he died at the age of seventy-one, he was survived by his wife, Stella.

Vaughan died from heart failure at his home in High Wycombe aged 71. His wife Stella donated archival materials, including scores and sheet music he had collected throughout his career to Liverpool John Moores University in 2000.