American musicians died at 56

Here are 12 famous musicians from United States of America died at 56:

David M. Walker

David M. Walker (May 20, 1944 Columbus-April 23, 2001 Houston) also known as David Walker was an American astronaut.

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Ronald A. Parise

Ronald A. Parise (May 24, 1951 Warren-May 9, 2008 Silver Spring) also known as Ronald Parise was an American scientist and astronaut.

He died as a result of brain tumor.

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Ronald Evans

Ronald Evans (November 10, 1933 St. Francis-April 7, 1990 Scottsdale) was an American engineer and astronaut.

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Brent W. Jett, Jr.

Brent W. Jett, Jr. (October 5, 1958 Pontiac-April 5, 2015) also known as Brent Jett, Jr. was an American pilot and astronaut.

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Merle Pertile

Merle Pertile (November 23, 1941 Whittier-November 28, 1997) was an American nude glamour model.

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Molly Elliot Seawell

Molly Elliot Seawell (October 23, 1860 Gloucester Courthouse-November 15, 1916 Washington, D.C.) was an American writer and novelist.

She died as a result of cancer.

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Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln (February 12, 1809 Hodgenville-April 15, 1865 Washington, D.C.) a.k.a. Abe Lincoln, Honest Abe, The Buffoon, Caesar, Father Abraham, The Flatboat Man, The Grand Wrestler, The Great Emancipator, The Illinois Baboon, The Jester, Long 'Un, Man of the People, The Martyr President, The Railsplitter, The Sage of Springfield, The Sectional President, The Tycoon, The Tyrany, Uncle Abe or Ancient Abe was an American lawyer, politician and statesman. He had four children, Robert Todd Lincoln, Tad Lincoln, William Wallace Lincoln and Edward Baker Lincoln.

He died caused by assassination.

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Rachel Carson

Rachel Carson (May 27, 1907 Springdale-April 14, 1964 Silver Spring) otherwise known as Rachel L. Carson or Rachel Louise Carson was an American zoologist, writer, marine biologist, conservationist, biologist, author and essayist.

She died as a result of breast cancer.

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Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs (February 24, 1955 San Francisco-October 5, 2011 Palo Alto) a.k.a. Steven Paul Jobs or Steven Paul "Steve" Jobs was an American entrepreneur, businessperson, inventor and designer. He had four children, Lisa Brennan-Jobs, Reed Jobs, Erin Siena Jobs and Eve Jobs.

He died caused by respiratory arrest.

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Charles Mingus

Charles Mingus (April 22, 1922 Nogales-January 5, 1979 Cuernavaca) a.k.a. Charlie Mingus, Charlies Mingus, Charles Minugs, Mingus, Charles, The Charles Mingus Group, Charles Mingus And Max Roach, Charles Mingus Octet, Charles Mingus Sextet or Charles Mingus Sextet With Eric Dolphy was an American bandleader, bassist, composer, jazz pianist and musician.

His discography includes: Pithecanthropus Erectus, Mingus Three, East Coasting, Alternate Takes, Coleção Folha clássicos do jazz, Volume 19, Blues & Roots, Charles Mingus Presents Charles Mingus, Oh Yeah, Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus and The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady. Genres he performed include Avant-garde jazz, Bebop, Post-bop, Third stream, Free jazz, Orchestral jazz, Jazz, Hard bop and Gospel music.

He died caused by motor neuron disease.

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John Hancock

John Hancock (January 23, 1737 Braintree-October 8, 1793 Hancock Manor) was an American personality. He had two children, Lydia Henchman Hancock and John George Washington Hancock.

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Thomas Mifflin

Thomas Mifflin (January 10, 1744 Philadelphia-January 20, 1800 Lancaster) was an American politician, merchant and soldier.

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