Singer Vic Damone passes away at 89

May the music icon rest in peace.

Fox News reports that Vic Damone died on Sunday, Feb. 11, 2018, at Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami Beach, Fla. Damone's family confirmed the news, adding that President Donald Trump called him during his hospitalization — just days before he passed away.

According to Deadline, Damone's death was the result of complications of a respiratory illness. He was 89 years old.

During his career, Damone gained celebrity status for hit songs like "You're Breaking My Heart" and "On the Street Where You Live," among many others. Frank Sinatra once famously said that Damone had "the best pipes in the business" (via the Los Angeles Times).

However, Damone didn't just stick to the music industry. He also took on a number of acting gigs throughout his lifetime, including the films Rich, Young and Pretty (1951), Athena (1954), and Kismet (1955). As for the small screen, Damone snagged roles in shows like The DuPont Show with June Allyson and The Rebel. And, as if all that weren't enough, he also hosted his very own variety show called The Vic Damone Show.

Our thoughts are with Damone's loved ones as they process his passing.