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Tim's Top 5: Favorite Tom Petty Music Videos

05 October 2017

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers recorded its eponymous debut in 1976, an album that included two songs that became core songs in the rock "n" roll canon: "Breakdown" and "American Girl".

He was found in critical condition at his home in Malibu, California, United States of America on Sunday night after suffering full cardiac arrest.

Tom Petty has left a massive hole in the music industry, and will be missed by both musicians and fans around the world.

Petty and his longtime band, The Heartbreakers, had recently finished their 40th anniversary tour, which brought them to PPG Paints Arena in June.

UPDATED 10/2/17 5:05 p.m. ET: The Los Angeles Police Department have released a statement via Twitter explaining they have "no information about the passing of singer Tom Petty" and no investigative role in the incident.

Petty's music career spanned more than 40 years.

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On Tuesday, he told 41 Action News that he still finds time to play his favorite Petty tracks. "I think anybody should be able to pick up an instrument and jump around".

She also revealed that Petty's Heartbreakers bandmates arrived at the hospital before his death, calling them the "sweetest, coolest people". In a clip available on YouTube, Petty meets with Avraham Rosenblum, leader of a Hasidic band called the Diaspora Yeshiva Band that blended rock and bluegrass with religious lyrics.

Petty produced Bidin' My Time, the new album by Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Chris Hillman - a key member of the key Petty influence the Byrds. We are one. I love you dad.

"It's alright if you love me, it's alright if you don't..."

Unlike most of his contemporaries, Petty didn't talk about who he was or where he came from but rather gave evergreen songs that stood by you all your life.

Depending on what's in the recent vaults, Tom Petty's final recordings may not have been for himself.

Tim's Top 5: Favorite Tom Petty Music Videos