Al Jarreau, a smooth-voiced jazz vocalist who won seven Grammys in his long career, has died. He was 76.
Jarreau had been sick, Variety reports, canceling all of his upcoming tour dates recently.
Jarreau was the distinctive voice behind such hits as "We're in This Love Together" (1981), "Mornin'" (1983) and the theme from the '80s TV series "Moonlighting" (1987), starring Bruce Willis and Cybill Shepherd.
The singer toured extensively, becoming ill with respiratory ailments in 2010, but recovering and resuming his grueling schedule until immediately before his death.
He is survived by his wife Susan and son Ryan.