Burt Bacharach, Popular Pop Composer Has Died And The Reason Of Death Is…

Burt Freeman Bacharach was an American composer, record producer, songwriter and pianist who is widely regarded as one of the most prominent and vital figures in twentieth-century popular music.

Cause of Death of Burt Bacharach

Burt Bacharach, writer and composer of some of pop music's most memorable soundtracks, who died at the age of 94 at his home in Los Angeles on Wednesday (February 9th). The composer's publicist, Tina Brausam reported that Burt Bacharach died due to natural causes.


Hits Of Burt Bacharach

The composer literally wrote the playbook for twentieth-century pop, fusing Bossa, easy listening, jazz, and other genres into a stunning  blend. Famed for his collaboration with lyricist Hal David, the two scored multiple hits, including the fantastic song ‘The Look Of Love,' perhaps best known by Dusty Springfield.

Burt Bacharach is best known for his film scores, which include such classics as Alfie and What's New Pussycat? Burt Bacharach, known for his meticulous work ethic, amassed 73 Billboard top 100 hits and continued his winning streak into the twenty-first century.

Indeed, there is one more major project on the way: on March 3rd, Burt Bacharach and Elvis Costello will release a new box set titled ‘The Songs of Bacharach & Costello.

Burt Bacharach’s Achievements

Bacharach had won several awards, including three Oscars and eight Grammys. He also received a lifetime achievement award and two Golden Globes. Bacharach wrote 9 songs that ranked on top singles and fifty singles that appeared on the top 100 list. Throughout his long career, Bacharach collaborated with many famous people, including Dionne Warwick, Aretha Franklin, Dusty Springfield, and Tom Jones. He'd been on tour with Marlene Dietrich and the White Stripes.

Early And Personal Life

Bacharach was born in Kansas City, Missouri, and raised in Forest Hills, Queens, New York, where he graduated from Forest Hills High School in 1946. He was the son of syndicated newspaper columnist Mark Bertram “Bert” Bacharach and Irma M.. Bacharach was forced to learn the piano as a child by his mother who was a painter and songwriter. However, Bacharach showed a keen interest in jazz as a teenager.

Do You Know Bacharach Had Married Four Times During His Life?

Bacharach had four marriages. The first time was five years ago to Paula Stewart (1953–1958). His second marriage lasted 15 years to actress Angie Dickinson (1965–1980). They had a daughter named Nikki Bacharach.

Bacharach's third marriage lasted nine years, to lyricist Carole Bayer Sager (1982–1991) and the couple collaborated on several musical pieces and had a son named Christopher Elton Bacharach.

In 1993, Bacharach married his fourth wife, Jane Hansen. They had two children, Oliver, a son, and Raleigh, a daughter.


Burt Bacharach died at the age of 94 due to natural causes. During his life, he gave the extreme level of music compositions to the industry.

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