American music stars died in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

Here are 5 famous musicians from United States of America died in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease:

Barbara Stanwyck

Barbara Stanwyck (July 16, 1907 Brooklyn-January 20, 1990 Santa Monica) also known as Ruby Catherine Stevens, Ruby Katherine Stevens, The Queen, Babs, Missy, Miss Barbara Stanwyck, Ruby Stevens or The Best Actress Who Never Won an Oscar was an American actor and fashion model. She had one child, Dion Anthony Fay.

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Shirley Temple

Shirley Temple (April 23, 1928 Santa Monica-February 10, 2014 Woodside) also known as Shirley Jane Temple, Shirley Temple Black or Shirley Temple-Black was an American politician, singer, actor, diplomat and dancer. Her children are Lori Black, Charles Alden Black Jr. and Linda Susan Agar.

Her albums: Animal Crackers, Little Miss Wonderful and Early Bird.

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James Mitchell

James Mitchell (February 29, 1920 Sacramento-January 22, 2010 Los Angeles) a.k.a. The Lester Horton Dancers or Jim Mitchell was an American actor and dancer.

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Vaughn Meader

Vaughn Meader (March 20, 1936 Waterville-October 29, 2004 Auburn) also known as Vaughn Meader & Co. or Meader, Vaughn was an American comedian.

His albums: The First Family, Take That You No Good..., Says "If The Shoe Fits...", Have Some Nuts!!!, The Second Coming and The First Family Volume Two.

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Allen Lanier

Allen Lanier (June 25, 1946 United States of America-August 14, 2013) a.k.a. Lanier, Allen was an American keyboard player, musician and songwriter.

Genres related to him: Hard rock, Psychedelic rock and Heavy metal.

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