Looking for the title/author of a sci-fi short story part of an anthology (probably from the 80s): the story was about a female famous singer with the ability to receive audience feedback into her brain through a machine controlled by another man, who had to make sure the brain feedback didn't go over certain thresholds, in case it overwhelmed and killed her. The man is in love with the singer, but the singer is promiscuous and prefers to not be tied to just one man.
The singer then finds about the love of this man for her, and asks him to purposefully kill her by overloading the feedback thresholds into her brain, knowing he'll do it out of love for her. The man does kill her, getting prosecuted for murder, but he somehow fixes it so that he is judged not guilty. He then goes to a cliff with the ashes of the singer and scatters them, fulfilling her last wish.
The story seemed contemporary (for an 80's setting) except for the futuristic brain feedback machine. It described the concerts and one song sang by the singer, which ended with the line "all of me." The story didn't go into detail about which style of music she performed, but she seemed to be inspired by a real-life singer, like Janis Joplin or Debbie Harry.