Singer Andy Williams passed away Tuesday night, at the age of 84. Williams was one of the most popular crooners of the 1960s and best know for his rendition of his signature song "Moon River." Williams had been battling bladder cancer for the past year, according to his representative.
Following the breakthrough success of "Moon River," which won Williams an Oscar thanks to Breakfast At Tiffany's, he hosted his own variety show on NBC for almost a decade. Williams went on to host annual Christmas specials as well. A year after his Academy Award win, Williams picked up a second Oscar for "Days Of Wine And Roses." Williams performed regularly for years at his Andy Williams Moon River Theater for two decades in Branson, MO. Throughout his career he earned 18 Gold albums, as well as three Platinum records.
The singer is survived by his wife Debbie and his three children.