Here are 7 famous musicians from United States of America died in Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis:
Lou Gehrig (June 19, 1903 Yorkville-June 2, 1941 Riverdale) also known as The Iron Horse, Henry Louis Gehrig, Lou, Buster, Ludwig Heinrich Gehrig, Larrupin' Lou, Biscuit Pants, Henry Louis "Lou" Gehrig or Henry Louis "Buster" Gehrig was an American baseball player and actor.
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Neon Park (December 28, 1940-September 1, 1993) a.k.a. Marty Muller, Martin Muller or Park, Neon was an American artist and visual artist.
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Dennis Day (May 21, 1916 The Bronx-June 22, 1988 Los Angeles) otherwise known as Eugene Dennis McNulty, Day, Dennis or Owen Patrick Eugene McNulty was an American singer, actor, radio personality and comedian.
His discography includes: Burl Ives, All My Best!, Johnny Doughboy Found a Rose in Ireland / Phil, the Fluter's Ball, Christmas Is for the Family, Irish Favorites and Serenade.
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Jon Stone (April 13, 1931 New Haven-March 13, 1997 New York City) also known as John Stone, Jonathan Stone or Stone, Jon was an American screenwriter, television director, actor, television producer, film producer, film director, author, lyricist and composer. He had two children, Polly Stone and Kate Stone.
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Dan Toler (September 23, 1948-February 25, 2013 Manatee County) also known as Toler, Dan or Dangerous Dan Toler was an American guitarist.
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Johanna M. Beyer (July 11, 1888 Leipzig-February 11, 2015 New York City) a.k.a. Beyer, Johanna M. or Johanna Beyer was an American composer.
Her albums include Sticky Melodies (Astra Chamber Music Society).
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Bob Haymes (March 29, 1923 White Plains-January 27, 1989 Hilton Head Island) also known as Robert Haymes, Robert Stanton or Bob Stanton was an American songwriter, actor, singer and presenter.
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