Mean Streets Singer Dies

(Gibson) Italian-American crooner Jimmy Roselli, whose song "Mala Femmena" was featured in the soundtrack of Martin Scorsese's 1973 classic, Mean Streets, has died. He was 85 years old.

According to NME.com, Roselli passed away at his home in Venice Beach, Florida yesterday. The Hoboken, New Jersey native had retired from music in 2004, ending a 69-year career that included the hits, "There Must Be Another Way" and "When Your Old Wedding Ring was New."

Roselli is survived by his wife Donna, his daughter Anne and his grandson Michael. His funeral will take place next week. more on this story

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