Who is Jonathan Greenfield?
Jonathan Greenfield is the second husband of American singer Ronnie Spector.
After a brief battle with cancer, the Ronettes vocalist, who sang singles including Be My Baby and Walking in the Rain, died on Wednesday.
Ronnie Spector was 78 years old and her husband was around 80-84 years old.
With two different husbands, Ronnie Spector has a total of five children.
She and her ex-husband Phil Spector had three children together.
With her most recent spouse Jonathan Greenfield, Spector had two more children.
Donte Phillip Spector, Gary Phillip Spector, Louis Phillip Spector, Jason Charles Greenfield, and Austin Drew Greenfield are among her children.
On March 23, 1969, Donte was born.
Gary was born on the 12th of May, 1966.
Louis was born in Van Nuys, Los Angeles, California, on May 12, 1966.
As of this date, no information on Jason and Austin’s birthdays is available to the public.
Ronnie Spector And Jonathan Greenfield
Spector married Jonathan Greenfield, her manager, in 1982.
Austin Drew and Jason Charles, their two kids, lived with them in Danbury, Connecticut.
Spector gained popularity in 1986 as the featured vocalist on Eddie Money’s Top 5 song “Take Me Home Tonight,” in which she responds to Money’s chorus lyric “just as Ronnie sang” with “be my little baby.”
The music video for the song was one of the most popular of the year, and it received a lot of airtime on MTV. She also recorded the song “Tonight You’re Mine”, “Baby” at this time.
Spector sang backup vocals on the Misfits’ Project 1950 album in 2003, on the tracks “This Magic Moment” and “You Belong to Me.”Spector was admitted into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 2004 for her contributions to popular music in the United States.
Bennett began having an affair with Phil Spector shortly after signing to his label in 1963. She had no idea he was married till later in their relationship.
Bennett was once arrested for prostitution by house detectives at the Delmonico Hotel in New York City after exiting a room they had reserved.
She was given permission to call Spector, who had threatened the hotel, before being allowed to depart.
After divorcing his wife in 1965, Spector bought a house in Beverly Hills and moved in with Bennett.
How Did Ronnie Spector Die?
On January 12, 2022, Ronnie Spector died of cancer.
Ronnie Spector’s family announced her death in a statement posted on her official website, “Ronnie lived her life with a twinkle in her eye, a spunky attitude, a wicked sense of humor, and a smile on her face,”
The statement also added, “She was filled with love and gratitude.”
“A celebration of Ronnie’s life and music will be announced in the future.”
“The family respectfully asks for privacy at this time.”
So talented, so influential and just so cool. RIP Ronnie Spector. pic.twitter.com/L72sY54WSh
— Matt Everitt (@matteveritt) January 12, 2022
Peace and Love, Ronnie Spector.💔 pic.twitter.com/QbkuVEgg92
— Susanna Hoffs (@SusannaHoffs) January 12, 2022