Here are 16 famous musicians from United States of America died at 67:
Frank Rinehart (February 12, 1861 United States of America-December 17, 1928 Omaha) a.k.a. Frank A. Rinehart was an American photographer, artist and visual artist.
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Chuck Taylor (June 24, 1901 Brown County-June 23, 1969 Port Charlotte) was an American athlete.
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Steven R. Nagel (October 27, 1946 Canton-August 21, 2014 Columbia) a.k.a. Steven Nagel was an American astronaut.
He died in melanoma.
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Barbara Grizzuti Harrison (September 14, 1934 Queens-April 24, 2002 Manhattan) was an American journalist, novelist and essayist.
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Edwin Percy Whipple (March 8, 1819 Gloucester-June 16, 1886 Boston) was an American writer.
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Daniel Drake (October 20, 1785 Plainfield-November 5, 1852 Cincinnati) was an American physician, journalist and science writer.
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John Galen Howard (May 8, 1864 Chelmsford-July 18, 1931 San Francisco) was an American architect.
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Anton LaVey (April 11, 1930 Chicago-October 29, 1997 San Francisco) also known as LaVey, Anton, Howard Stanton Levey, Black Pope, Dr. LaVey, Tony or Anton Szandor LaVey was an American writer and organist. He had three children, Karla LaVey, Zeena Schreck and Satan Xerxes Carnacki LaVey.
Related albums: Satan Takes a Holiday.
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Hunter S. Thompson (July 18, 1937 Louisville-February 20, 2005 Woody Creek) also known as Hunter Thompson, Hunter Stockton Thompson, Dr. Hunter S. Thompson, Raoul Duke, Dr. Gonzo or The Wild One of Big Sur was an American journalist, author, writer and novelist. He had one child, Juan Fitzgerald Thompson.
He died caused by suicide.
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Benjamin Harrison (August 20, 1833 North Bend-March 13, 1901 Indianapolis) also known as Benjamin Harrison, VI was an American lawyer and politician. He had three children, Mary Harrison McKee, Elizabeth Harrison Walker and Russell Benjamin Harrison.
He died caused by pneumonia.
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John Knowles Paine (January 9, 1839 Portland-April 25, 1906 Cambridge) otherwise known as Paine, John Knowles was an American composer.
His discography includes: Mass in D (Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra & Chorus feat. conductor: Gunther Schuller).
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Alan Jay Lerner (August 31, 1918 New York City-June 14, 1986 New York City) also known as Lerner and Loewe was an American songwriter, lyricist, librettist, playwright and screenwriter. His children are Jennifer Lerner, Liza Lerner, Michael Lerner and Susan Lerner.
His albums include Lyrics by Lerner: Alan Jay Lerner Performs His Own Songs, American Songbook Series: Alan Jay Lerner, The Little Prince (1974 film cast), Camelot (1982 London cast), Paint Your Wagon: Music from the Motion Picture Soundtrack, Camelot (1967 film cast), Paint Your Wagon, An Evening With Lerner & Loewe, My Fair Lady (Theater an der Wien) and My Fair Lady (1961 original Berlin cast).
He died as a result of lung cancer.
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E. E. Cummings (October 14, 1894 Cambridge-September 3, 1962 North Conway) otherwise known as E.E. Cummings, Edward Estlin Cummings, e e cummings, Cummings, e_e_cummings, Cummings, E. E. or Edward Estlin "E.E." Cummings was an American writer, painter, poet, playwright, essayist and author. He had one child, Nancy Thayer Andrews.
He died as a result of stroke.
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Robert J. Flaherty (February 16, 1884 Iron Mountain-July 23, 1951 Dummerston) a.k.a. Robert Flaherty, Robert Joseph Flaherty or Flaherty was an American cinematographer, film director, film editor, film producer and screenwriter. He had one child, Josephie Flaherty.
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Theodore Sturgeon (February 26, 1918 Staten Island-May 8, 1985 Eugene) also known as E. Waldo Hunter, Ted Sturgeon, Edward Hamilton Waldo, Billy Watson, E. Hunter Waldo, Frederick R. Ewing, Theodore Hamilton Sturgeon or Ted was an American novelist, writer, author and critic. He had seven children, Andros, Robin Sturgeon, Tandy Sturgeon, Noël Sturgeon, Timothy Sturgeon, Patricia Sturgeon and Cynthia Sturgeon.
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Woodrow Wilson (December 28, 1856 Staunton city-February 3, 1924 Washington, D.C.) a.k.a. Thomas Woodrow Wilson, Schoolmaster in Politics, The Phrasemaker, The Professor, Coiner of Weasel Words, The Schoolmaster or Wilson, Woodrow was an American politician, lawyer, professor, political scientist and historian. He had three children, Margaret Woodrow Wilson, Eleanor Wilson McAdoo and Jessie Woodrow Wilson Sayre.
He died in stroke.
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