In 1980, U.S. singer Marvin Gaye moved to Hawaii from L.A. to avoid problems with the Internal Revenue Service, the American tax agency. Later that year, Gaye relocated to London after a tour in Europe. Gaye, whose hits include “Sexual Healing” and “I Heard it Through the Grapevine” settled in Belgium in 1981. He was shot to death in 1984.
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