Here are 11 famous musicians from United States of America died in Gunshot:
Kurt Cobain (February 20, 1967 Aberdeen-April 5, 1994 Seattle) also known as Kurdt Cobain, Kurdt Kobain, Nirvana or Kurt Donald Cobain was an American singer, musician, songwriter, guitarist, artist and visual artist. His child is Frances Bean Cobain.
Discography: The "Priest" They Called Him, 1969-11-xx: Aunt Mari's House, Seattle, WA and 1993-09-08: Rock Against Rape Benefit, Club Lingerie, Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA, USA. Genres related to him: Alternative rock, Grunge and Punk rock.
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Pinetop Smith (June 11, 1904 Troy-March 15, 1929 Chicago) otherwise known as Pine Top Smith, Clarence Smith, Smith, Pinetop, Clarence 'Pine Top' Smith or Smith, Clarence was an American comedian, singer and pianist.
His albums: Pine Top's Boogie Woogie / Pine Top Blues. His related genres: Blues and Boogie-woogie.
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John Spence (February 3, 1969 Anaheim-December 21, 1987 Anaheim) a.k.a. Spence, John was an American singer and musician.
Genres: 2 Tone, Ska, Alternative rock, Ska punk and Pop rock.
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Mindy McCready (November 30, 1975 Fort Myers-February 17, 2013 Heber Springs) also known as Malinda Gayle McCready or Malinda Gayle "Mindy" McCready was an American singer. Her children are Zander Ryan McCready and Zayne Wilson.
Her albums: Super Hits, Ten Thousand Angels, I'm Not So Tough, Mindy McCready, If I Don't Stay the Night, I'm Still Here, What If I Do and All American Country. Genres she performed include Country.
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Johnny Ace (June 9, 1929 Memphis-December 25, 1954 Houston) a.k.a. Ace, Johnny was an American singer.
His albums include Pledging My Love / No Money, Memorial Album, The Complete Duke Recordings, Blues & Rhythm Series: The Chronological Johnny Ace 1951-1954, Cross My Heart / Never Let Me Go, The Clock / Anymore, My Song, Saving My Love for You, So Lonely and Anymore. Genres he performed: Rhythm and blues.
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The Jacka (August 12, 1977 Oakland-February 2, 2015) a.k.a. Jacka, The was an American rapper.
His albums: The Jack Artist, Tear Gas, Jack Of All Trades, Explosive Mode 3: The Mob Gets Explosive, Str8 Out da Slums, Broad Daylight, My Middle Name Is Crime EP, The Verdict, The Jacka Of The Mob Figaz and The Street Album. Genres: Gangsta rap and West Coast hip hop.
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Scott Sterling (March 2, 1962 Queens-August 27, 1987) otherwise known as Scott La Rock, DJ Scott La Rock or Scott Monroe Sterling was an American musician, disc jockey and record producer.
His related genres: Hip hop music.
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Proof (October 2, 1973 Detroit-April 11, 2006 Detroit) a.k.a. DeShaun Dupree Holton, DeShaun Holton, Dirty Harry, Derty Harry, Big Proof, DJ Seven Deuce, Oil Can Harry or Doody was an American songwriter, actor, rapper and record producer. His children are Nyeem Holton, DeShaun Dupree Holton, Kativa Holton, Elijah Holton and Nasaan Holton.
Discography: Searching for Jerry Garcia, I Miss the Hip Hop Shop, Grown Man Shit and Time A Tell. Genres he performed include Hip hop music and Midwest hip hop.
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Don Myrick (April 6, 1940 United States of America-July 30, 1993 Los Angeles) a.k.a. Myrick, Don was an American musician. He had three children, Lauren Myrick, Shani Myrick and Shirika Myrick.
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Yaki Kadafi (October 9, 1977 Irvington-November 10, 1996 East Orange) a.k.a. Yafeu Fula, Yafeu Akiyele Fula or Yak was an American rapper.
His albums include Son Rize Vol. 1, All About U and Who Do U Believe In. Genres: Gangsta rap, Hip hop music and Hip Hop.
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Doe B (June 13, 1991 Montgomery-December 28, 2013 Montgomery) also known as Glenn Thomas or Doe B, was an American rapper.
His most well known albums: Definition of a Trapper and Trap Life. Genres: Hip hop music.
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