Here are 5 famous musicians from United States of America died at 35:
Stevie Ray Vaughan (October 3, 1954 Dallas-August 27, 1990 East Troy) also known as Stevie Ray Vaughn, Stevie Ray Vaugham, SRV, Stivie Ray Vaughn, Stevie Vaughan, Stephen "Stevie" Ray Vaughan or Stephen Ray Vaughan was an American singer, musician, singer-songwriter, guitarist, songwriter and record producer.
His albums include Martin Scorsese Presents the Blues: Stevie Ray Vaughan, Box Set 3, Bug, Let the Good Times Roll (disc 2), Rough Edges, The Final Concert at Alpine, Tokyo '85, Touch the Sky - Studio Sessions, Mega Rare Trax, Volume 1 and Collections. Genres he performed: Blues, Blues rock, Electric blues, Southern rock, Jazz, Texas blues, Instrumental rock, Rock music and Jazz fusion.
He died in helicopter crash.
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Ronald McNair (October 21, 1950 Lake City-January 28, 1986 Cape Canaveral) was an American physicist and astronaut. He had two children, Reginald Ervin McNair and Joy Cheray McNair.
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Clifton Williams (September 26, 1932 Mobile-October 5, 1967 Tallahassee) was an American astronaut and test pilot.
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Charles Tomlinson Griffes (September 17, 1884 Elmira-April 8, 1920 New York City) also known as Griffes, Charles Tomlinson was an American composer.
His albums: My Name Is Barbara.
He died caused by influenza.
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Phil Ochs (December 19, 1940 El Paso-April 9, 1976 Far Rockaway) also known as Philip David Ochs or Ochs, Phil was an American singer and singer-songwriter.
His most important albums: The War Is Over: The Best of Phil Ochs, The Broadside Tapes 1, All the News That's Fit to Sing, American Troubadour, Farewells & Fantasies, Greatest Hits, Gunfight at Carnegie Hall, I Ain't Marching Anymore, In Concert and Pleasures of the Harbor. Genres he performed include Folk music, Folk rock and Country.
He died in suicide.
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