Etta James, an American singer of numerous musical genres who won six Grammys and was voted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, died January 20 of complications of leukemia, Rolling Stone reports. James was 73 and had been battling health problems, including chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection, for many years. She was critically acclaimed as one of the great voices of the 20th century and best known for her work in rhythm and blues, blues, soul and gospel. Among James’s chart-topping hits were “At Last,” “Tell Mama” and “All I Could Do Was Cry.”

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