AceShowbiz - Singer Clydie King has died, aged 75.
She died on 7 January.
King began her career when she was a teenager in Los Angeles as the singer with Little Clydie & The Teens. She also enjoyed solo success and performed as one of of Ray Charles' The Raelettes.
And she became Dylan's singing "soulmate" in the 1980s, often duetting with him onstage.
Clydie also recorded the gospel-tinged "Saved" and "Shot of Love" with Dylan for his 2017 "Trouble No More Bootleg Series" box set.