Makes you think are you doing enough for your heart.
Here is the story from cp24.com
The world has lost yet another beloved celebrity.
Robert Palmer, whose famous hits included â€œAddicted To Loveâ€, passed away on Friday of a heart attack at the age of 54.
According to his manager Mick Cater, Palmer was on a two-day break in Paris after participating in a television recording session in Britain. Heâ€™d spent the past 16 years living in Switzerland.
Palmer began his musical career as a member of several U.K. acts before topping the charts on his own. The fame and accolades poured down in the 1980s with successful singles that included â€œSimply Irresistibleâ€. And the tracks came hand-in-hand with videos that showed a dapper Palmer accompanied by a plethora of beautiful women.
And his suave style even won him the best-dressed male artist nod from Rolling Stone in 1990.
But he was never drawn to the flash and excess that often is associated with rock and roll stars. â€œI loved the music, but the excesses of rock 'n' roll never really appealed to me at all,â€ he once said. â€œI couldn't see the point of getting up in front of a lot of people when you weren't in control of your wits.â€
Palmerâ€™s other famous projects included the 1985 formation of Power Station with John Taylor and Andy Taylor from Duran Duran. It earned three U.S. top 10 hits including â€œCommunicationâ€ and â€œGet It Onâ€.
September 26, 2003