Ramsey Lewis, the three-time Grammy-winning jazz pianist who had a crossover pop hit with The In Crowd, has died. He was 87.

During an incredible 66-year career, Lewis recorded more than 80 albums and received five gold records. He was named an NEA Jazz Master in 2007.

According to a post on his Facebook page, Lewis died peacefully at his home in Chicago on Monday morning.

“Ramsey’s passion for music was truly fuelled by the love and dedication of his fans across the globe,” said his wife, Janet Lewis. “He loved touring and meeting music lovers from so many cultures and walks of life. It was our family’s great pleasure to share Ramsey in this special way with all those who admired his God-given talents. We are forever grateful for your support.”