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This site is a list of dead rock stars, dead people associated with rock and dead people whose music helped influence and create rock (which I feel includes Jazz and Country artists), sorted by the date of their demise. Dennis Lundh - Died 1980 - Cancer ( Prog - Psychedelic ) Percussionist - Was a member of Algarnas Tradgard (They did, "Two Hours Over Two Blue Mountains With A Cockoo On Each Side Of The Hours. Nate Mc Calla (Nathan Mc Calla) - Died 2-20-1980 in Fort Lauderdale, FL, U. John, The Ray Charles Band, The Debonaires, Brenton Wood, Afro Blues Quintet 1, Al Green and Levon Helm. Leo Soileau - Died 8-2-1980 ( Zydeco ) Born 1-19-1904 in Ville Platte, LA, U. - Played guitar and fiddle - (He did, "Jolie Blonde" and "Hackberry Hop") - He was the leader of The Three Aces and The four Aces - Worked with The Soileau Couzens, Mayeus Lafleur and Moise Robin. Harold Adamson - Died 8-17-1980 in Beverly Hills, CA, U. Joe Dassin (Joseph Ira Dassin) - Died 8-21-1980 in Papeete, Tahiti - Heart attack ( Pop - Chanson ) Born - Singer and composer - (He did, "Bip Bip", "Katy Cruel", "Le Moustique" and "L'ete Indien") - Worked with Jean-Marie Rivat. Guy Stevens - Died 8-28-1981 in South London, England - Heart attack ( Producer ) Born 4-6-1943 in South London, England - He produced The Clash, Free, Mott The Hoople, Haphash & The Coloured Coat and Traffic - He was also an A-&-R man for Island Records. - Heart failure due to pneumonia ( Blues ) Born 3-6-1893 in Greenwood, Mississippi, U. - Singer, songwriter and guitarist - (He did, "A Chicken Ain't Nothin' But A Bird" and "East St. Sonny Til ( Earlington Carl Tilghman) - Died 12-9-1981 - Heart attack ( R&B ) Born 8-18-1928 in Baltimore, Maryland, U. - Singer - Was a member of The Vibranaires and The Orioles (They recorded, "Crying In The Chapel" and "Baby Please Don't Go") - Rock And Roll Hall Of Inductee. Hoagy Carmichael (Howard Hoagland Carmichael) - Died in Rancho Mirage, CA, U. - Heart attack ( Pop - Jazz ) Born in Bloomington, IN, U. - Composer, pianist, singer - (He wrote, "Stardust", "Georgia on My Mind" and "Up the Lazy River") - Songwriters Hall Of Fame Inductee and Nashville Songwriters Hall Of Fame Inductee. Sauceman (John Paul Sauceman) - Died 1984 ( Bluegrass ) Born 1926 - He was one of The Sauceman Brothers (They did, "Little birdie" and "Pretty Polly") and The Hillbilly Ramblers - Worked with Carl Butler, Joe Stuart and Tater Tate. - Played congas, claves, bongos and the gourd - Was one of The Funk Brothers - He can be heard on The Temptations's, "(I Know) I'm Losing You" and Smokey Robinson & The Miracles', "I Second That Emotion". Bubba Brown (John Henry Brown) - Died 1985 in Los Angeles, CA, U. Richard Ahlert - Died 1985 - He was 63 years old - Composer - (Co-wrote, "Runnin' Out Of Fools") - Was a member of The ASCAP - His songs have been sung by Perry Como, Aretha Franklin and Elvis Costello - Husband of singer, June Alhert and son of composer, Fred Ahlert. Ricky West (Richard Allen Westfield) - Died 1985 - Illness ( Funk ) Born 5-7-1943 in Dagenham, Essex, England - Keyboardist - Was a member of Kool & The Gang (They did,"Hollywood Swinging" and "Fruitman") and North, East, South, West.

Frank Froeba (aka Frank Froba) - Died 2-16 or 18-1981 in Miami, FL, U. Raymond Pinder - Died 3-1-1981 in Nassau, Bahamas - Born in Nassau, Bahamas - Singer - Worked with his wife, Edith Pinder and with Joseph Spence (They did, "We'll Understand It Better By And By" and "Great Dream From Heaven"). ") - He songs have been recorded by Judy Garland, The Demensions, Billy Thorpe, Danielle Hope and Eva Cassidy - Songwriters Hall Of Fame Inductee. Tampa Red (Born Hudson Woodbridge or Whittaker) - The Guitar Wizard - Died 3-19-1981 in Chicago, IL, U. - Natural causes ( Blues ) Born 1-8-1903 in Smithville, Georgia, U. - Singer - (He did, "Moody's Mood For Love") - Worked with Betty Carter ("Red Top"). - Sang and played the fiddle and accordion - Worked with The Evangeline Playboys (They did, "Les Flammes D'enfer" and "Opelousas Waltz") - Cajun Music Hall Of Fame Inductee. Bob Marley ( Robert Nesta Marley ) (aka Tuff Gong and Bobby Martell) - Died 5-11-1981 in Miami, FL, U. - Brain Cancer ( Reggae ) Born 2-6-1945 in Nine Miles, Jamaica - Singer, songwriter and guitarist - Led Bob Marley And The Wailers (They did, "No Woman No Cry" and "Buffalo Soldier") - Was a member of The Teenagers, The Wailing Rudeboys, and The Wailing Wailers - Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Inductee. Tommy Moore (Thomas Moore) - Died 1981 - Stroke ( Rock ) Born 1924 in Liverpool, Lancashire, England - He was a tour dummer for The Silver Beetles who were backing up Johnny Gentle - Worked with Stu Sutcliffe, John Lennon, Paul Mc Cartney and George Harrison. Roy Brown (Roy James Brown)- Died 5-25-1981 - Heart attack ( Blues Shouter ) Born 9-10-1925 in New Orleans, Louisiana, U. - (Wrote and recorded, "Let The Four Winds Blow", "Good Rockin' Tonight" and"Deep Down In My Soul"). - Singer and guitarist - (He did, "Pardon Denied Again" and "Prisoner's Talking Blues") - Louisiana Blues Hall Of Fame Inductee. Scotty Wiseman (Scott Greene Wiseman) (aka Skyland Scotty) - Died 1-31-1981 in Gainesville, FL, U. Joe Carroll (Joseph Paul Taylor) (aka Bebop) - Died 2-1-1981 in New York, NY, U. Alan Gowen - Died 5-17-1981 - Leukemia ( Rock ) Born 8-19-1947 in North Hampstead - Keyboardist - Was a member of Gilgamesh and National Health - Worked with White Mule, Assegai, Sunship, Soft Heap, Bill Bruford, Dave Stewart and others.Phil Spitalny - Died 3-1-1982 ( Jazz ) Born in Russia - Was the leader of Phil Spitalny & His Orchestra (They did, "Jackass Blues" and "I Want To Meander In The Meadow") and Phil Spitalny And His All-Girl Orchestra. - Singer - (She did, "My Record Will Be There" and "The Uncloudy Day") - Worked with With The Dixie Hummingbirds ("If I Could Just Make It In"), Bunk Johnson's Jazz Band ("God's Amazing Grace") and Rev. Chris Wood (Christopher Gordon Blandford Wood) - Died 7-12-1983 in Birmingham, England - Liver failure or pneumonia ( Rock ) Born 6-24-1944 in Birmingham, England - Saxophonist - Played for Jimi Hendrix and was a member of Traffic (They recorded, "Hole In My Shoe" and "Paper Sun") and Ginger Baker's Air Force - He had been married to singer, Jeanette Jacobs - Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Inductee. ( Jump Blues - Boogie-Woogie - R&B ) Born in Newby, OK, U. - (He did, "Cadillac Boogie" and "I Ain't Drunk") - Was the leader and guitarist for The Drops of Joy - Worked with Harold Land, Charlie "Little Jazz" Ferguson, and Maxwell Davis - Brother of Joe Liggins. Onie Wheeler - Died 5-26-1984 - Heart attack on stage ( Country - Bluegrass ) Born in Senath, Missouri, U. - Played guitar and harmonica - (He did, "Run 'Em Off" and "John's Been Shucking My Corn") - Was a member of The Ozark Cowboys - Father of singer, Karen Wheeler. Nate Nelson (Nathaniel Nelson) - Died 6-1-1984 in Boston, MA, U. - Heart attack ( Doo-Wop - R&B ) Born 4-10-1932 in Chicago, IL, U. - Singer - Was a member of The Flamingos (They sang, "I Only Have Eyes For You" and "I'll Be Home") - Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Inductee. Mike Riley - Died 9-2-1984 ( Jazz ) Born 1-5-1904 or 1907 in either in Brooklyn, NY, U. Johnny Desmond (Giovanni Alfredo De Simone) (aka The Creamer and The G. Benny Goodman (Benjamin David Goodman) The King Of Swing - Died 6-13-1986 (Jazz - Big Band - Swing ) Born 5-30-1909 in Chicago, Ill., U. - Was a member of Ben Pollack's Orchestra, Red Nichol's Five Pennies and was the leader of Benny Goodman And His Orchestra (They did, "One O'clock Jump" and "Kingdom Of Swing"). Simpatia and The Red Elvis)- Died 6-13-1986 - Drowned under mysterious circumstances near East Berlin ( Rock ) Born 9-22-1938 in Lakewood, Colorado, U. - Actor, singer, guitarist and songwriter - (He did, "The Search" and "Whirly Twirly"). Kate Smith (Kathryn Elizabeth Smith) - Died 6-17-1986 in Raleigh, NC, U. Rudy Vallee (Hubert Prior Vallee) - Died 7-3-1986 in North Hollywood, CA, U. ( Jazz - Pop ) Born 7-28-1901 in Island Pond, VT, U. - Singer, saxophonist, clarinetist, drummer and actor - (He did, "The Drunkard Song", "The Stein Song" and a version of "Life Is Just A Bowl Of Cherries") - Led The Yale Collegians and Rudy Vallee And The Connecticut Yankees - Worked with The Savoy Havana Band - At one time married to actress, Jane Greer. Tracy Pew - Died 7-5-1986 - Head injuries he recieved from having an epileptic seizure in a bathtub ( Rock ) Born 1958 - Was a member of The Birthday Party (They did, "She's Hit" and "Release The Bats"). Miki Zone - Died - AIDS related ( Rock - Disco ) Guitarist and songwriter - Was a member of The Fast (They did, "Boys Will Be Boys" and "Kids Just Wanna Dance") and Man 2 Man (They did, "All Men Are Beasts") - Worked with Ric Ocasek. Alan Melinger) - Died 1987 - Heart attack ( Rock ) Bassist - He was 38 years old - Was a member of The Iguanas (They did, "I'm Leaving You Baby") and Endle St. Kirkpatrick (Frederick Douglass Kirkpatrick) - Died 1987 ( Folk - Gospel ) Born 8-12-1933 in Haynesville, LA, U. - Guitarist - (He did, "The Cities Are Burning" and "You're Just A Laughing Fool"). - Co-founded The Heartwarming Record Company - Was a lifetime member of the Gospel Music Association - Gospel Music Hall Of Fame Inductee. Loeffelmacher) - Died 1987 ( Polka ) Born 1905 near Fort Ridgely, MN. Peter Lucia (Peter Paul Lucia Jr.) - Died 1-6-1987 in Los Angeles, U. - Heart attack ( Rock ) Born 2-2-1947 in Morristown, New Jersey, U. - Was a drummer for Hog Heaven and Tommy James And The Shondells (They did, "Crimson And Clover" and "I Am A Tangerine"). - Vocalist and Pianist - Worked with George Lewis' Ragtime Band, Isaiah Morgan, Alphonse Picou, "Big Eye" Louis Nelson, Sidney Desvigne, The Young Men From New Orleans, Joe Darensbourg, Kid Ory and Barney Bigard. Alfred Lion - Died 2-2-1987 ( Jazz Producer ) Born 4-21-1908 in Berlin, Germany - He was the founder of Blue Note Records - He worked with Cannonball Adderley, Sidney Bechet, Art Blakey, Donald Byrd, Herbie Hancock and many others. Jimmy Holiday - Died 2-15-1987 in Iowa City, IA, U. - Heart failure ( R&B - Soul ) Born 7-24-1934 in Sallis, MS, U. - Singer and songwriter - (He did, "How Can I Forget" and co-wrote Jackie De Shannon's, "Put a Little Love In Your Heart"). Zeca Afonso (Jose Manuel Cerqueira Afonso dos Santos) - Died 2-23-1987 in Setubal, Portugal - Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis ( Folk ) Born 8-2-1928 in Aveiro, Portugal - Singer and musician - (He wrote, "Grandola, Vila Morena" and "Viva o Poder Popular") - Worked with Jorge Godinho, Jose Niza, Adriano Correia de Oliveira, Esmeralda Amoedo and Durval Moreirinhas.Charlie Spivak - Died 3-1-1982 ( Pop - Swing ) Born 2-17-1907 in Kiev, Ukraine - Trumpet player (He did, "Let's Go Home" and "Autumn Nocturne") Worked with Don Cavallaro's Orchestra, Paul Specht's Orchestra, The Dorsey Brothers and Ray Noble - Was married to singer, Irene Daye. - Guitarist - Worked with his wife singer, Loleatta Hollaway and with The Jeter-Pillars Orchestra, The Sunset Royal Orchestra , Andy Kirk & His Clouds Of Joy, Bill Doggett and Eddie Johnson's Crackerjacks. Zdenek Liska - Died 7-13-1983 in Prague, Czechoslovakia - Born 3-16-1922 in Smecno, Czechoslovakia - Complications of diabetes - Composer - He wrote music for over 70 movies and TV series including, "Marketa Lazarova", "Major Zeman" and "Spalovac mrtvol". Santo Pecora (Santo Joseph Pecoraro) - Died 5-29-1984 in New Orleans, LA, U. Antonio Variacoes (Antonio Joaquim Rodrigues Ribeiro) - Died 6-13-1984 Lisbon, Portugal - Bilateral bronchial pneumonia ( pop - Folk - Rock ) Born 12-3-1944 in Lugar do Pilar, Fiscal, Braga, Portugal - Singer - (He did, "Estou Alem" and "Cancao de Engate"). Alan Jay Lerner - Died 6-14-1986 in New York, NY, U. Eddie Shu (Edward Shulman) - Died 7-4-1986 in Tampa, FL, U. Cloud In The Rain (They did, "Tell Me One More Time (What's Happening To Our World)" and "Quest For Beauty") who shorten their name to Endle St. Bob Benson (Robert Benson Sr.) - Died in 1987 - Born 8-? Bobby Gene Mc Nelly - Died 1-7-1987 - Shot himself after shooting his fiancee ( Country Rock ) Born 5-21-1950 in Columbus OH, U. - Was the lead singer and guitarist for Mc Guffey Lane (They did, "Long Time Lovin' You" and "Start It All Over"). Seymour Spiegelman - Died 2-13-1987 in New York, NY, U. Andy Warhol (Andrew Warhola) - Died 2-22-1987 in New York, NY, U. Danny Kaye (David Daniel Kominsky) - Died 3-3-1987 in Los Angeles, CA, U. - Hepatitis and internal bleeding ( Novelty - Pop - Jazz ) Born 1-18-1913 in Brooklyn, New York, U. - (He did,"The Maladjusted Jester" and "Anatole of Paris") - Worked with Louis Elison, Abe Lyman's Band and also worked with his wife, pianist and songwriter, Sylvia Fine.

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