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Listening to music is quite soothing for many individuals. Regardless of our culture and background people the world over wish to hear songs and sing along or hum the melodies. Music often puts things into perspective mainly because it expresses emotion and strikes certain chords that we couldn't know existed. People react differently whenever they hear certain songs or beats of music. Jonathan Brandstein, Patrice O'Neal's manager, said the family wanted to thank "all in the fans and friends who've expressed an outpouring of love and support for Patrice these past weeks." "Many of us have mislaid an in depth and loved friend; all of us have lost a genuine comic genius' Jonathan Brandstein said in a very statement. Charlie Sheen who had been fired through the hit CBS comedy 'Two and a Half Men' in September tweeted: "The entertainment world and also the world most importantly lost a brilliant man. Patrice O'Neal would have been a regular guest around the program 'Opie & Anthony Radio Show' and was a familiar face at some New York City TV shows including "Chappelle Show," "The Office," and "Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn. Patrice O'Neal's death was announced on Twitter by Opie in the Opie & Anthony Radio Show on Sirius/XM satellite radio: 'Yes, it's true that our pal Patrice O'Neal has passed away,' Opie tweeted. 'The funniest as well as thinker I've ever known PERIOD. #devastated." The details of his funeral is going to be updated soon. The 61-year-old Bee Gee singer Robin Gibb may be reported to experience treatment for liver cancer for months. Last month, Robin Gibb attemptedto deny rumors about his health proclaiming that 'I'm feeling great, absol-utely great.' but he continues to be seen in public looking increasingly frail. Last week, the star was come to hospital from his Oxfordshire home. He also spent five hours in hospital on Tuesday before being taken back home. FACTS: Shoeless Joe batted over .300 in all of his 11 full major league seasons. His .356 lifetime batting average is third-highest in major league baseball history. In 1911 he hit a fantastic .408 of what was essentially his rookie season, setting a rookie record that still stands greater than a hundred years later. Ironically, Ty Cobb hit .420 that season, denying Joe the league batting title. Despite his .356 lifetime average, Jackson never won a league batting crown. On April 20, 1912, Joe scored the initial run in Tiger Stadium history. Jackson won his only World Series championship using the White Sox in 1917.