80s Hair Band Singer Randy Roberts Band dies at age 85

SAN FRANCISCO — A veteran of the 80s hair music scene in San Francisco, Randy Roberts, a.k.a.

“Randy the Rapper,” died Tuesday at his home in Santa Clara, said his wife, Kim Roberts.

Roberts was 82.

Roberts’ body was taken to the hospital.

Roberts’ son, Randy, also a longtime music producer, said he had been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease last year and was living with the disease.

Randy Roberts is the only surviving member of the original 80s R&B/hip-hop group R&L.

He and his bandmates — including the late R&A executive/producer Ricky Ross, who died last year at age 78 — recorded more than 200 albums and more than 150 compilations.

Their hit single “The Party’s Over” became the first Billboard Hot 100 hit in 1980 and spawned a TV series.

Roberts joined the R&Bs in 1981.

He later made his name producing hits for the likes of Snoop Dogg and The Ramones.

In 2012, he and his longtime partner of three decades, the late John “Red” Redman, formed the legendary band The R&R Band.

Redman passed away in May at the age of 91.

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A band of survivors and survivors-in-training from across the world will be the latest group to embark on a road trip through Europe to the United States and back.

The survivors and the survivors-as-survivors are a loose group of travelers from the United Kingdom, France, Russia, Canada, and Australia.

The group of eight travel together in a camper van and share the same common language and history.

They have traveled through countries like Poland, Greece, Bulgaria, Poland, Ukraine, Russia and India.

The travel group has taken part in countless travel events, but the group’s first trip will take them through France and the United Arab Emirates.

The first leg of their trip, which takes them to France, will take place in November.

The survivors have been travelling in Europe for years and are now coming together for their first trip together.

“We were hoping to go back and visit a couple of countries in Europe, but when we found out that there were people in these countries who had survived the pandemic we were really excited about going back,” said Sarah Sallam, one of the survivors.

The band of eight traveled together for six months last year.

They spent three weeks traveling through Belgium and Belgium, France and Luxembourg, France with a different group of survivors, France on a different continent and the Netherlands.

The group is now traveling to the US and Canada and back, starting in December.

After a few months of traveling together, the group decided to start a travel business.

They are currently in talks with two travel agents to open up a travel agency, which would provide a way for them to book travel and hotels for their travels and would allow them to get paid in the future.

The Survivors are looking to open a travel company.

They hope to open the company in December, but need help in the United Nations.

The Survivors need a way to earn money.

They also need to travel and make money while in their travels.

The organization is currently looking for a small group of volunteers to help the group prepare for their next trip.