American musicians died at 79

Here are 21 famous musicians from United States of America died at 79:

John Lindsay

John Lindsay (November 24, 1921 Manhattan-December 19, 2000 Hilton Head Island) a.k.a. John Vliet Lindsay, John V. Lindsay, Mayor John V. Lindsay or Mayor John Lindsay was an American lawyer and politician. He had four children, John Lindsay, Katharine Lindsay, Margaret Lindsay and Anne Lindsay.

He died in pneumonia.

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Edward G. Robinson

Edward G. Robinson (December 12, 1893 Bucharest-January 26, 1973 Los Angeles) also known as Emanuel Goldenberg, Emmanuel Goldenberg, E.G. Robinson, Edward Robinson, Mr. Edward G. Robinson, Eddie, Edward G Robinson or Manny was an American actor. He had one child, Edward G. Robinson Jr..

He died as a result of bladder cancer.

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Dagmar (November 29, 1921 Yawkey-October 9, 2001 Ceredo) also known as Virginia Ruth Egnor, Jennie Lewis or Virginia Lewis was an American tv personality, talk show host, actor and pin-up girl.

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John Cage

John Cage (September 5, 1912 Los Angeles-August 12, 1992 Manhattan) also known as John Milton Cage or John Milton Cage Jr. was an American philosopher, composer, author, visual artist, actor, musician and film score composer.

Discography: Music for Merce Cunningham, Music for ..., In a Landscape, Works for Percussion, Volume 1: 1935-1941, Music for Prepared Piano, Volume 2 (Boris Berman), Early Piano Music (feat. piano: Herbert Henck), Cheap Imitation, Complete Piano Music, Volume 1: The Prepared Piano 1940-1952, The Complete String Quartets, Volume 1 (Arditti Quartet) and Daughters of the Lonesome Isle. Genres he performed include 20th-century classical music, Ballet, Aleatoric music and Opera.

He died caused by stroke.

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Ella Fitzgerald

Ella Fitzgerald (April 25, 1917 Newport News-June 15, 1996 Beverly Hills) also known as Ella Fitzgerard, Ella Jane Fitzgerald, Queen of Jazz, Lady Ella, First Lady of Song, The First Lady of Jazz or The First Lady of Swing was an American singer and actor. She had one child, Ray Brown, Jr..

Discography: Rhythm Is My Business, Ella Sings Broadway, The Enchanting Ella Fitzgerald: Live at Birdland 1950-1952, Clap Hands, Here Comes Charlie!, The Early Years, Part 2, Ella Swings Gently With Nelson, First Lady of Song, Verve Jazz Masters 6: Ella Fitzgerald, The Best of Ella Fitzgerald: The First Lady of Song and Pure Ella. Genres: Jazz, Swing music, Ballad, Traditional pop music, Vocal jazz and Bebop.

She died in diabetes mellitus.

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Hamlin Garland

Hamlin Garland (September 14, 1860 West Salem-March 4, 1940 Hollywood) a.k.a. Hamlin Hannibal Garland or Hannibal Hamlin Garland was an American writer, novelist, author, poet, researcher and essayist.

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Jessie Redmon Fauset

Jessie Redmon Fauset (April 27, 1882 Camden County-April 30, 1961 Philadelphia) was an American writer and novelist.

She died in cardiovascular disease.

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Harry Golden

Harry Golden (May 6, 1902 Ukraine-October 2, 1981) a.k.a. Harry Lewis Golden or Herschel Goldhirsch was an American writer, journalist, newspaper publisher and essayist.

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Rebecca Harding Davis

Rebecca Harding Davis (June 24, 1831 Washington-September 29, 1910 Mount Kisco) also known as Rebecca Davis or Rebecca Blaine Harding Davis was an American writer, journalist and novelist. Her child is called Richard Harding Davis.

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Donald Dewey

Donald Dewey (March 27, 1922 Solon-March 4, 2002 New York City) was an American economist. He had one child, Rachel Dewey.

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Marshall Hall

Marshall Hall (September 17, 1910 St. Louis-July 4, 1990 London) a.k.a. Marshall Hall, Jr. was an American mathematician.

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Patricia Matthews

Patricia Matthews (July 1, 1927 San Fernando-December 7, 2006 Prescott) a.k.a. P. Matthews, Pat A. Brisco or Laura Wylie was an American novelist.

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Charles Ives

Charles Ives (October 20, 1874 Danbury-May 19, 1954 New York City) a.k.a. Ives, Charles, Charles Edward Ives, Ives or Charles Ives (piano: Alexei Lubimov & Pierre-Laurent Aimard (Three...)) was an American composer.

Discography: Symphonies Nos. 2 & 3 / The Unanswered Question, Symphony No. 2 / Robert Browning Overture, Concord Sonata / Songs, Charles Ives: An American Journey, Emerson Concerto / Symphony No. 1, Holidays Symphony / The Unanswered Question / Central Park in the Dark, Melodies, Symphony No. 2 / Central Park in the Dark / The Unanswered Question / Tone Roads No. 1 / Hymn for Strings / Hallowe'en / The Gong on the Hook and Ladder, Symphonies Nos. 2 & 3 and The Symphonies / Orchestral Sets 1 & 2. Genres: 20th-century classical music, Art song and Classical music.

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Stephen Covey

Stephen Covey (October 24, 1932 Salt Lake City-July 16, 2012 Idaho Falls) a.k.a. Stephen R Covey was an American writer, consultant, author, motivational speaker, professor and manager.

He died in injury.

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Don Tennant

Don Tennant (November 23, 1922-December 8, 2001) also known as Donald G. Tennant was an American businessperson. He had one child, Andy Tennant.

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James Branch Cabell

James Branch Cabell (April 14, 1879 Richmond-May 5, 1958 Richmond) also known as James B. Cabell was an American writer, novelist and historian.

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Johnny Weissmuller

Johnny Weissmuller (June 2, 1904 Freidorf-January 20, 1984 Acapulco) also known as Peter John Weissmuller, Johann Peter Weißmüller, Janos Weissmuller, Janos Weißmüller, Johnny Weissmüller, Big John, János Weißmüller, Peter Johann Weissmüller or Johnny Weismuller was an American swimmer and actor. He had three children, Johnny Weissmuller, Jr., Wendy Anne Weissmuller and Heidi Elizabeth Weissmuller.

He died in pulmonary edema.

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Martin Van Buren

Martin Van Buren (December 5, 1782 Kinderhook-July 24, 1862 Kinderhook) was an American politician and lawyer. He had five children, John Van Buren, Abraham Van Buren, Martin Van Buren, Jr., Lawrence Martinse Van Buren and Smith Thompson Van Buren.

He died as a result of cardiovascular disease.

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Thomas Hunt Morgan

Thomas Hunt Morgan (September 25, 1866 Lexington-December 4, 1945 Pasadena) otherwise known as Thomas Morgan was an American personality. His child is Isabel Morgan.

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William Shockley

William Shockley (February 13, 1910 London-August 12, 1989 Stanford) a.k.a. William Bradford Shockley or William Bradford Shockley Jr. was an American inventor, physicist, scientist and mountaineer.

He died as a result of prostate cancer.

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Elizabeth Taylor

Elizabeth Taylor (February 27, 1932 Hampstead Garden Suburb-March 23, 2011 Los Angeles) also known as Liz Taylor, Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, Dame Elizabeth Taylor, Elisheba Rachel, Kitten, Dame Elizabeth Rosemond "Liz" Taylor, Dame Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, "One-Shot Liz", Dame Elizabeth Rosemond "Liz" Taylor, DBE, Liz, Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, Liz Taylor, Dame Elizabeth Taylor, Elisheba Rachel, Kitten, Liz, Dame Elizabeth Rosemond "Liz" Taylor, Dame Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, Elisabeth Taylor or Taylor, Elisabeth was an American actor and film producer. She had four children, Liza Todd Burton, Christopher Edward Wilding, Michael Wilding Jr. and Maria Burton.

She died in heart failure.

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