American musicians died at 42

Here are 8 famous musicians from United States of America died at 42:

Jeffrey Hunter

Jeffrey Hunter (November 25, 1926 New Orleans-May 27, 1969 Los Angeles) also known as Henry Herman McKinnies Jr., Henry Herman “Hank” McKinnies, Jeff Hunter or Hank McKinnies was an American actor. His children are called Scott Hunter, Steele Hunter, Todd Hunter and Christopher Hunter.

He died caused by stroke.

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Elvis Presley

Elvis Presley (January 8, 1935 Tupelo-August 16, 1977 Memphis) also known as Elvis, Elvis Aron Presley, The King of Rock 'n' Roll, Elvis Aaron Presley, King of Rock and Roll, Elvis, the pelvis, The King, The King of Rock and Roll or "The Pelvis " was an American singer, actor, musician and soldier. His child is called Lisa Marie Presley.

His most well known albums: Heartbreak Hotel, Love Me Tender / Any Way You Want Me, Elvis, Love Me Tender, Elvis Christmas, Elvis Is Back!, Something for Everybody, Blue Hawaii, How Great Thou Art and From Elvis in Memphis. Genres he performed include Gospel music, Rockabilly, Rock music, Country, Blues, Rhythm and blues, Country rock, Pop music, Christian music, Rock and roll, Pop rock, Soul music and Adult contemporary music.

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Gary Coleman

Gary Coleman (February 8, 1968 Zion-May 28, 2010 Provo) also known as Gary Wayne Coleman was an American actor and voice actor.

He died in epidural hematoma.

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Mike Muuss

Mike Muuss (October 16, 1958 Iowa City-November 20, 2000 Havre de Grace) was an American programmer.

He died in traffic collision.

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Robert F. Kennedy

Robert F. Kennedy (November 20, 1925 Brookline-June 6, 1968 Los Angeles) a.k.a. Robert Kennedy, RFK, Bobby Kennedy, Robert Francis Kennedy, R.F.K., Bobby, Robert Francis "Bobby" Kennedy, Senator Robert Kennedy, Senator Robert Kennedy of New York or Kennedy, Robert F. was an American lawyer, politician and writer. His children are David A. Kennedy, Kerry Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Michael LeMoyne Kennedy, Rory Kennedy, Courtney Kennedy Hill, Christopher G. Kennedy, Max Kennedy, Douglas Harriman Kennedy, Joseph P. Kennedy II and Kathleen Kennedy Townsend.

He died as a result of firearm.

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Thomas H. Ince

Thomas H. Ince (November 16, 1882 Newport-November 19, 1924 Benedict Canyon) a.k.a. Thomas Ince, Father of the Western or Thomas Harper Ince was an American screenwriter, film director, actor and film producer. His children are called Thomas H. Ince Jr. and Richard Ince.

He died caused by heart failure.

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Thorne Smith

Thorne Smith (March 27, 1892 Annapolis-June 21, 1934 Sarasota) also known as J. Thorne Smith, Jr. or James Thorne Smith was an American novelist and writer.

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Rahsaan Roland Kirk

Rahsaan Roland Kirk (August 7, 1935 Columbus-December 5, 1977 Bloomington) a.k.a. Roland Kirk, Rashaan Roland Kirk, Kirk, Rahsaan Roland, Kirk, Roland or Ronald Theodore Kirk was an American oboist, musician, composer, bandleader, flutist and multi-instrumentalist.

His most well known albums: Verve Jazz Masters 27, The Man Who Cried Fire, (I, Eye, Aye), Bright Moments, Compliments of the Mysterious Phantom, Dog Years in the Fourth Ring, Domino, Other Folks Music, Rahsaan Rahsaan and Rip, Rig and Panic / Now Please Don't You Cry, Beautiful Edith. Genres: Jazz, Hard bop, Avant-garde jazz, Soul jazz, Post-bop and Mainstream jazz.

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