Here are 16 famous musicians from United States of America died at 68:
Robert A. Rushworth (October 9, 1924 Madison-March 17, 1993 Camarillo) also known as Robert Rushworth was an American personality.
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Allison Parks (October 18, 1941 Glendale-June 21, 2010) also known as Gloria Waldron was an American nude glamour model and actor.
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Simeon Strunsky (July 23, 1879 Vitebsk-February 5, 1948) was an American personality.
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James Crumley (October 12, 1939 Three Rivers-September 17, 2008 Missoula) also known as James Arthur Crumley was an American writer, screenwriter and author.
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George William Curtis (February 24, 1824 New York City-August 31, 1892 New York City) was an American writer and editing.
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Lillian Smith (December 12, 1897 Jasper-September 28, 1966) a.k.a. Lillian Eugenia Smith was an American writer, novelist, author and essayist.
She died caused by breast cancer.
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Kathleen E. Woodiwiss (June 3, 1939 Alexandria-July 6, 2007 Princeton) otherwise known as Kathleen Erin Hogg or Kathleen Woodiwiss was an American novelist.
She died in cancer.
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Henry Cowell (March 11, 1897 Menlo Park-December 10, 1965 Shady) otherwise known as Henry Dixon Cowell or Cowell, Henry was an American composer, author, teacher, pianist, impresario and music theorist.
His albums include Piano Music, Persian Set (Manhattan Chamber Orchestra feat. conductor: Richard Auldon Clark), Music for Orchestra (The Louisville Orchestra), Music for Strings (Northwest Chamber Orchestra Seattle feat. conductor: Alun Francis), Classic Ultramondernist, Volume 2 (Continuum), Set of Five, and More (Trio Phoenix), Fiddler's Jig / Air & Scherzo / Concerto grosso / Hymn & Fuguing Tune No. 10, Mosaic, A Continuum Portrait: Instrumental, Chamber & Vocal Music, Volume 2 and The Bad Boys!. Genres he performed: Experimental classical music and Aleatoric music.
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William James (January 11, 1842 New York City-August 26, 1910 Tamworth) was an American psychologist, philosopher, professor and author. His child is called Henry James.
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Clark Ashton Smith (January 13, 1893 Long Valley Caldera-August 14, 1961 Pacific Grove) was an American writer, novelist and poet.
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Henry Laurens (March 6, 1724 Charleston-December 8, 1792 Charleston) was an American merchant and politician. He had one child, John Laurens.
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Morton Downey, Jr. (December 9, 1932 Los Angeles-March 12, 2001 Los Angeles) also known as John Morton Downey, Jr., Mort the Mouth or Sean Morton Downey, Jr. was an American talk show host, singer, actor and disc jockey. He had three children, Melissa Downey, Kelli Downey Cornwell and Tracey Downey.
He died in lung cancer.
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Murray Rothbard (March 2, 1926 The Bronx-January 7, 1995 New York City) a.k.a. Murray N. Rothbard was an American historian, scientist, writer, economist, philosopher, journalist and professor.
He died caused by myocardial infarction.
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Mychal Judge (May 11, 1933 Brooklyn-September 11, 2001 World Trade Center) was an American priest.
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Ogden Nash (August 19, 1902 Town of Rye-March 19, 1971 Baltimore) a.k.a. Frederic Ogden Nash or Nash, Ogden was an American screenwriter, poet and lyricist. He had two children, Isabel Nash Eberstadt and Linell Nash Smith.
He died as a result of crohn's disease.
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William Henry Harrison (February 9, 1773 Charles City County-April 4, 1841 Washington, D.C.) was an American soldier, military officer and politician. He had one child, John Scott Harrison.
He died in sepsis.
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