The man who helped create Rock ‘n Roll as we know it has died at the age of 87.  Little Richard, who brought us such hits as “Good Golly Miss Molly” and Tutti Frutti,” died Saturday from bone cancer, according to his son.


Mick Jagger, in a tweet, calling Little Richard “his biggest inspiration” of his early teens.

Bob Dylan, in a series of tweets, called Little Richard his “shining star” and “guiding light.”

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