The music industry suffered a tremendous lost over the holiday weekend. Natalie Cole, best known for the hits “This Will Be”, Inseparable” and “Our Love” died, according to a statement from her family.  She was 65. The daughter of  pop/jazz singer Nat King Cole, who died of lung cancer at 45, she began a successful career in her own right with the release of her debut album “Inseparable”. She went on to win Grammy awards for Best New Artist and Best R&B Vocal Performance Female. She released several more R&B albums before moving toward more pop and jazz standards. Although she battled substance abuse, it didn’t effect her singing. In 1992, she won additional Grammys for Album of the Year and Record of the Year for “Unforgettable With Love”, which was a virtual duet made with her late fathers recordings. Cole had canceled planned tour stops in Louisville and New York, according to reports. She received a kidney transplant in 2009 after developing hepatitis, which she blamed on intravenous drug use. Cole won a total of nine Grammy awards. “We’ve lost a wonderful, highly cherished artist and our heartfelt condolences go out to Natalie’s family, friends, her many collaborators, as well as all who have been entertained by her exceptional talent”, Neil Portnow, President and CEO of The Recording Academy said in a statement. Ms. Cole had a magical voice that wrapped itself around everything she sang. She will be missed.