American music stars died in Disease

Here are 8 famous musicians from United States of America died in Disease:

Sid Caesar

Sid Caesar (September 8, 1922 Yonkers-February 12, 2014 Beverly Hills) a.k.a. Isaac Sidney Caesar, Isaac Sidney "Sid" Caesar or Cool Cees was an American comedian, actor, writer, musician, saxophonist, composer, author and television producer. His children are called Rick Caesar, Karen Caesar and Michele Caesar.

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Charlie Haden

Charlie Haden (August 6, 1937 Shenandoah-July 11, 2014 Los Angeles) also known as Charles Edward Haden or Haden, Charlie was an American bassist, composer, bandleader and musician. His children are called Tanya Haden, Petra Haden, Josh Haden and Rachel Haden.

His albums include Liberation Music Orchestra, Silence, American Dreams, Dream Keeper, The Golden Number, The Montreal Tapes, The Montreal Tapes, The Montreal Tapes: with Paul Bley and Paul Motian, Not in Our Name and Nocturne. His related genres: Hard bop, Post-bop, Free jazz, Folk jazz and Mainstream jazz.

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Anna Gordy Gaye

Anna Gordy Gaye (February 11, 2015 Oconee-January 31, 2014 Los Angeles) a.k.a. Anna Ruby Gordy was an American songwriter, composer and businessperson. Her child is called Marvin Pentz Gaye.

Genres: Rhythm and blues and Soul music.

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Maxine Kumin

Maxine Kumin (June 6, 1925 Philadelphia-February 6, 2014 Warner) also known as Maxine Winokur, Kumin, Maxine or Maxine W. Kumin was an American poet, author and teacher.

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John Cacavas

John Cacavas (August 13, 1930 Aberdeen-January 28, 2014 Beverly Hills) was an American film score composer, composer and conductor. He had three children, John Cacavas, Lisa Cacavas and Jennifer Jean Cacavas.

His most well known albums: Behind The Scenes, John Cacavas and the Palm Court Society Orchestra, John Cacavas: Hits of the Sixties, From London With Love: The Music of James Bond (London Symphony Orchestra), Airport 1975, The Space Alphabet, The Living Dead at the Manchester Morgue / Horror Express and James Bond's Greatest Hits. Genres he performed include Film score.

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Paul Horn

Paul Horn (March 17, 1930 New York City-June 29, 2014 Vancouver) also known as Horn, Paul was an American flutist, film score composer, musician, actor, composer, music arranger, conductor, saxophonist and songwriter. He had two children, Marlen Horn and Robin Horn.

His albums include Inside the Great Pyramid, Inside the Cathedral, Inside The Taj Mahal II, Nomad, Traveler, China, Music, Africa, A Special Edition and Something Blue. Genres: Jazz, New Age and New-age music.

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Tabby Thomas

Tabby Thomas (January 5, 1929 Baton Rouge-January 1, 2014 Baton Rouge) also known as Thomas, Tabby, Ernest Joseph Thomas or Rockin' Tabby Thomas was an American singer and musician. He had one child, Chris Thomas King.

Genres: Blues and Swamp blues.

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Edward P. Kimball

Edward P. Kimball (June 2, 1882 Salt Lake City-March 15, 1937 Washington, D.C.) also known as Kimball, Edward P. was an American musician and organist.

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