American musicians died at 77

Here are 23 famous musicians from United States of America died at 77:

Ayn Rand

Ayn Rand (February 2, 1905 Saint Petersburg-March 6, 1982 New York City) a.k.a. Alisa Zinov'yevna Rosenbaum, Alissa Zinovievna Rosenbaum, Alisha Rosenbaum, ayn_rand or Rand, Ayn was an American novelist, screenwriter, playwright, philosopher, writer and author.

She died as a result of cardiovascular disease.

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Gordon Cooper

Gordon Cooper (March 6, 1927 Shawnee-October 4, 2004 Ventura) a.k.a. Leroy Gordon "Hot Dog" Cooper, Jr., Leroy Gordon Cooper, Jr., Colonel Leroy Gordon Cooper, Col. Gordon Gooper, Col. Gordon Cooper, The Oklahoma Hotdog or Gordo was an American astronaut. He had four children, Janita Lee Cooper Stone, Camala Keoki Cooper Tharpe, Colleen Taylor and Elizabeth Jo Cooper.

He died as a result of parkinson's disease.

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John Livingston Lowes

John Livingston Lowes (December 20, 1867-August 15, 1945) also known as John Lowes was an American personality.

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Reynolds Price

Reynolds Price (February 1, 1933 Macon-January 20, 2011 Durham) also known as Edward Reynolds Price was an American novelist, writer, poet, essayist, author, professor and playwright.

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Guy Davenport

Guy Davenport (November 23, 1927 Anderson-January 4, 2005 Lexington) also known as Guy Mattison Davenport was an American writer, novelist, critic, translator, teacher and painter.

He died in lung cancer.

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Brander Matthews

Brander Matthews (February 21, 1852 New Orleans-March 31, 1929 New York City) otherwise known as James Brander Matthews was an American personality.

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Merton Miller

Merton Miller (May 16, 1923 Boston-June 3, 2000 Chicago) also known as Merton Howard Miller was an American scientist and economist.

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William Barton Rogers

William Barton Rogers (December 7, 1804 Philadelphia-May 30, 1882 Boston) was an American geologist.

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Bertrice Small

Bertrice Small (December 9, 1937 Manhattan-February 24, 2015) was an American writer.

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Robert Sheckley

Robert Sheckley (July 16, 1928 New York City-December 9, 2005 Poughkeepsie) otherwise known as Finn O'Donnevan, Ned Lang or Phillips Barbee was an American author, novelist and writer. His children are called Alisa Kwitney, Jason Sheckley, Anya Sheckley and Jed Sheckley.

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William Wurster

William Wurster (October 20, 1895 Stockton-April 5, 1973) also known as William Wilson Wurster was an American architect.

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Cecil B. DeMille

Cecil B. DeMille (August 12, 1881 Ashfield-January 21, 1959 Hollywood) otherwise known as Cecil Blount DeMille, C.B., Cecil DeMille, DeMille or Cecil B. De Mille was an American film director, film producer, film editor, screenwriter and actor. His children are called Cecilia de Mille, John Blount Demille, Katherine DeMille and Richard de Mille.

He died caused by cardiovascular disease.

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Chet Atkins

Chet Atkins (June 20, 1924 Luttrell-June 30, 2001 Nashville) also known as Chet Atkins c.g.p., Chester Burton Atkins, Atkins, Chet, Mr. Guitar, The Country Gentleman, Country Gentleman or Chester Atkins was an American record producer, singer, musician, songwriter, guitarist and session musician. He had one child, Merle Atkins Russell.

His albums include Stringin' Along with Chet, Nashville Gold, The Guitar Genius, The Essential Chet Atkins: The Columbia Years, 1947-1981 The RCA Years, Back Home Hymns, Chester & Lester, Chet Atkins Best Selection, Country Gems and Guitar Man. Genres related to him: Folk music, Jazz, Country, Western swing, Rockabilly and Rock and roll.

He died caused by colorectal cancer.

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Duke Kahanamoku

Duke Kahanamoku (August 24, 1890 Waikiki-January 22, 1968 Honolulu) a.k.a. Duke Paoa Kahanamoku, The Big Kahuna or Duke Paoa Kahinu Mokoe Hulikohola Kahanamoku was an American swimmer.

He died caused by myocardial infarction.

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Ernest Thayer

Ernest Thayer (August 14, 1863 Lawrence-August 21, 1940 Santa Barbara) also known as Ernest L. Thayer was an American writer and poet.

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Felix Bloch

Felix Bloch (October 23, 1905 Zürich-September 10, 1983 Zürich) was an American physicist and scientist.

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James Buchanan

James Buchanan (April 23, 1791 Cove Gap-June 1, 1868 Lancaster) was an American politician, lawyer and diplomat. His child is Harriet Lane.

He died as a result of respiratory failure.

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J. Edgar Hoover

J. Edgar Hoover (January 1, 1895 Washington, D.C.-May 2, 1972 Washington, D.C.) a.k.a. John Edgar Hoover, The Director or Mr. Hoover was an American writer and police officer.

He died in atherosclerosis.

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Lucille Ball

Lucille Ball (August 6, 1911 Jamestown-April 26, 1989 Beverly Hills) also known as Lucille Désirée Ball, Diane Belmont, The Queen of Comedy, Lucy, The First Lady of Television, Technicolor Tessie, Lucille Ball Morton, Queen of the B movies, Lucille Desiree Ball or Lucy Ricardo was an American comedian, model, actor, television producer and singer. Her children are called Desi Arnaz, Jr. and Lucie Arnaz.

She died caused by aortic dissection.

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Robert Bloch

Robert Bloch (April 5, 1917 Chicago-September 23, 1994 Los Angeles) otherwise known as Collier Young, E. K. Jarvis, John Sheldon, Nathan Hindin, Robert Albert Bloch, Tarleton Fiske, Will Folke, Wilson Kane or Floyd Scriltch was an American writer, novelist, author and screenwriter. His child is called Sally Bloch.

He died caused by cancer.

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Spiro Agnew

Spiro Agnew (November 9, 1918 Towson-September 17, 1996 Berlin) a.k.a. Vice President Spiro Agnew, Spiro Theodore Agnew or Ted was an American lawyer and politician. He had four children, Pamela Lee Agnew, James Rand Agnew, Susan Scott Agnew and Elinor Kimberly Agnew.

He died as a result of leukemia.

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John Philip Sousa

John Philip Sousa (November 6, 1854 Washington, D.C.-March 6, 1932 Reading) also known as John Philip de Sousa, John Phillip Sousa, Sousa, John Phillips Sousa or Sousa, John Philip was an American bandleader and conductor.

His albums: Stars and Stripes Forever, A Grand Sousa Concert (feat. The Great American Main Street Band), Sousa Favorites (feat. the Paul Washington Marching Band), On Wings of Lightning, 15 Greatest Marches of John Philip Sousa, American Marches, Great American Marches I, Volume 11, Great American Marches II (Her Majesty's Royal Marines feat. conductor: Lt. Colonel G.A.C. Hoskins), Favorite American Marches and Sousa Marches (The Band Of The Grenadier Guards).

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Charles M. Schulz

Charles M. Schulz (November 26, 1922 Minneapolis-February 12, 2000 Santa Rosa) a.k.a. Charles Schulz, Charles Schultz, Charles M Schulz, Charles Monroe Schulz, Charles Monroe Schultz, Sparky, Charlie or C. M. Schulz was an American cartoonist, artist, screenwriter, writer and visual artist. His children are Monte Schulz, Meredith Hodges, Amy Schulz, Jill Schulz and Craig Schulz.

He died as a result of colorectal cancer.

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