Don Everly of the rock duo the Everly Brothers died Saturday, according to a report.
A family spokesperson told the Los Angeles Times that the 84-year-old died but didn’t reveal a cause.
“Don lived by what he felt in his heart,” read the spokesperson’s statement. “Don expressed his appreciation for the ability to live his dreams … with his soulmate and wife, Adela, and sharing the music that made him an Everly Brother.”
Phil and Don Everly were popular in the 1950s and ’60s, when they delivered hits like “All I have to Do Is Dream” and “Bye Bye Love.” The brothers recorded about three dozen hit records that made the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
The country music-influenced pair, known for their signature melodies and acoustic guitar playing, were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1986, the institution’s first year. Rolling Stone Magazine once described them as the “the most important vocal duo in rock.”
In 1997, the crooning duo were given a lifetime achievement award at the Grammys.
Phil Everly died in 2014 at the age of 74.