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The country singer died Dec. 16 at 87 after a yearlong battle with pancreatic cancer. At 20, Price began performing on radio stations in the late 1940s. Price moved to Nashville after signing with Columbia Records and scored hits with "Talk to You Heart," "Don't Let the Stars Get In Your Eyes," and "Heartaches by the Number." In the 1960s, Price shot to No. 2 with "Make the World Go Away," but soon after he started to experiment with his sound on songs like 1967's "Danny Boy." He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1996 and released his most recent album, Last of the Breed, in 2007. One of the tunes, "Lost Highway" with Willie Nelson, won him a Grammy the following year. Price had been working on a new album, Love Songs In Nashville, which is expected to be released next year.