British crooner Frankie Vaughan, whose hits included "Green Door"
and "Garden of Eden," died Friday (Sept. 17) at the age of 71, the
Associated Press reported. Vaughan (born Frank Abelson), who had
surgery for a heart problem in May, died at his home in southern England
and was buried Friday afternoon. "He died peacefully with his family and
was buried in accordance with the Jewish tradition," read a statement
from Vaughan's agent. The singer also found success in film, starring
with Marilyn Monroe in the 1960 movie "Let's Make Love."