Here are 10 famous musicians from United States of America died at 49:
S. David Griggs (September 7, 1939 Portland-June 17, 1989 Earle) was an American personality.
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Paul Monette (October 16, 1945 Lawrence-February 10, 1995) was an American writer, author and poet.
He died in hiv/aids.
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Leah Bodine Drake (December 22, 1914 Chanute-November 21, 1964 Parkersburg) was an American poet, editor, critic and writer.
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Jay Lake (June 6, 1964 Taiwan-June 1, 2014 Portland) a.k.a. Joseph E. Lake was an American writer, novelist and product manager.
He died in colorectal cancer.
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James A. Garfield (November 19, 1831 Moreland Hills-September 19, 1881 Elberon) also known as James Abram Garfield was an American politician, lawyer, teacher and laity. He had seven children, Mary Garfield, Harry Augustus Garfield, James Rudolph Garfield, Irvin M. Garfield, Edward Garfield, Abram Garfield and Eliza Garfield.
He died in pneumonia.
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Dale Earnhardt (April 29, 1951 Kannapolis-February 18, 2001 Daytona Beach) also known as Ralph Dale Earnhardt, The Intimidator, Mr. Chevrolet, Man In Black, Big E or Ralph Dale Earnhardt, Sr. was an American race car driver. His children are called Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kerry Earnhardt, Taylor Nicole Earnhardt and Kelley Earnhardt Elledge.
He died caused by basilar skull fracture.
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Stephen Donaldson (July 27, 1946 Norfolk-July 18, 1996 New York City) a.k.a. Robert A. Martin, Jr, Robert Anthony Martin, Jr or Donny the Punk was an American personality.
He died as a result of hiv/aids.
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Hannes Bok (July 2, 1914 Kansas City-April 11, 1964) also known as Wayne Woodard, Bok or Dolbokov was an American astrologer, novelist, writer and illustrator.
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Robert Fulton (November 14, 1765 Little Britain Township-February 24, 1815 New York City) was an American inventor and engineer.
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Samuel Mudd (December 20, 1833 Charles County-January 10, 1883 Waldorf) also known as Dr. Samuel Mudd was an American physician.
He died caused by pneumonia.
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