Singer and songwriter Lee Hazlewood, best known for his work with Nancy Sinatra, has died of cancer, aged 78.
Hazlewood released three albums of duets with Nancy Sinatra
Hazlewood wrote and produced many of Sinatra's most famous hits, including These Boots Were Made For Walking and Some Velvet Morning.
He also produced Duane Eddy and Gram Parsons, while a number of solo albums brought him acclaim as a performer.
He died peacefully at his home near Las Vegas, his manager said. He is survived by his third wife and three children.