Here are 4 famous musicians from United States of America died in Liver disease:
Dwight Gustafson (April 20, 1930 Seattle-January 28, 2014 Greenville) was an American , . His child is called David Gustafson.
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Robert Ashley (March 28, 1930 Ann Arbor-March 3, 2014 Manhattan) also known as Ashley, Robert was an American composer.
His albums: Automatic Writing, Private Parts, Wolfman, Improvement, Superior Seven / Tract, Foreign Experiences, Yellow Man With Heart With Wings, Perfect Lives, Your Money My Life Goodbye and The Planets Suite. Genres he performed: Opera.
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Lou Reed (March 2, 1942 Brooklyn-October 27, 2013 Southampton) also known as Lou Red, Lou Read, Lou Ree, Lewis Allen Reed, Lewis Allan Reed, Lewis Alan Reed or Lewis Allan "Lou" Reed was an American musician, songwriter, singer, singer-songwriter, photographer, record producer, guitarist, actor, voice actor and film score composer.
His albums include Hudson River Wind Meditations, Pop Classics, Wild Child, Walk on the Wild Side & Other Hits, The Wild Side, The Very Best Of, The Raven, The Definitive Collection, The Blue Mask and The Bells. Genres he performed: Rock music, Hard rock, Experimental rock, Art rock, Glam rock, Noise rock, Protopunk, Drone music, Noise music, Psychedelic rock, Folk rock, Blue-eyed soul, Avant-garde metal, Spoken word and Avant-garde music.
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Ray Charles (September 23, 1930 Albany-June 10, 2004 Beverly Hills) also known as Ray Charles Robinson, Brother Ray, The High Priest, The Genius of Soul or Raymond Charles Robinson was an American musician, singer-songwriter, jazz pianist, composer, artist, film score composer, actor, music arranger and music artist. He had twelve children, Charles Wayne Hendricks, Ray Charles Robinson, Jr., Vincent Kotchounian, David Robinson, Robyn Moffett, Alexandra Bertrand, Ryan Corey Robinson, Reatha Butler, Evelyn Robinson, Robert Robinson, Raenee Robinson and Sheila Raye Charles.
Discography: Here's Ray Charles, Dedicated to You, Ray Charles, Ray Charles at Newport, Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music, Genius Loves Company, Genius & Friends, Ray, What'd I Say and The Genius Sings the Blues. Genres he performed include Blues, Country, Jazz, Pop music, Rhythm and blues, Soul music, Gospel music, Soul blues, Country blues, Piano blues, Rock music, Rock and roll, Vocal jazz and Jump blues.
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