Eric Carmen, former lead vocalist of The Raspberries and renowned singer of "All by Myself," has passed away at the age of 74, as announced on his website.

Carmen's website stated that he passed away peacefully in his sleep over the weekend, leaving behind a legacy of sweet, loving, and talented music.

Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Carmen gained fame as the frontman of The Raspberries, a 1970s pop-rock group known for hits like "I Wanna Be with You" and "Go All the Way.

Despite the band's success, internal conflicts led to its breakup in 1975. Carmen pursued a solo career, delivering knockout ballads such as "All by Myself" and "Hungry Eyes.

His solo hits, including "All by Myself," "Make Me Lose Control," and "Hungry Eyes," all peaked in the top 10 of Billboard's Hot 100, with 13 of his songs earning a spot on the chart.

Carmen declined to join The Raspberries' 1999 reunion but briefly reunited with them for a performance in 2004 and a mini-tour in 2005.

The group's final performance together took place at Cleveland's KeyBank State Theatre in December 2007.

Eric Carmen's music, cherished for decades, will be remembered as his lasting legacy, bringing joy to many.