Ricci Martin was born on September 20, 1953, and died on August 3, 2016.
He was an American musician, entertainer and youngest son of show-business legend Dean Martin.
Most recently, Ricci Martin had been performing in a touring tribute show to his famous father.
During the 1970s, Ricci released the single “Stop, Look Around” and album Beached, collaborating with Carl Wilson of The Beach Boys, who produced the album and would later become his brother-in-law.
Ricci Martin performed at the MGM Grand hotel in Las Vegas and other clubs in the 1990s with Desi Arnaz Jr. and Billy Hinsche, taking the place of his late brother Dean Paul Martin, who in the 1970s had formed a successful rock band called Dino, Desi and Billy with the others.
He has authored a 2002 book, That’s Amore, about growing up in Beverly Hills as part of his large and colorful family.
He was divorced, he is survived by three daughters, Pepper, Montana and Rio; his mother, Jeanne Martin; an older brother, Craig; and four sisters, Gail, Deana, Gina and Sasha.
He was found dead at his Utah home, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.
Ricci Martin passed away at 62 years old.