American music stars died in Multiple sclerosis

Here are 5 famous musicians from United States of America died in Multiple sclerosis:

Richard Pryor

Richard Pryor (December 1, 1940 Peoria-December 10, 2005 Los Angeles) also known as Richard Franklin Lennox Thomas Pryor III, Rich, Dick, Richie, Dickie or Richard Franklin Lennox Thomas Pryor was an American comedian, actor, screenwriter, film producer, master of ceremonies, writer and television producer. He had six children, Kelsey Pryor, Franklin Pryor, Rain Pryor, Elizabeth Pryor, Richard Pryor Jr. and Steven Pryor.

His albums include Richard Pryor's Greatest Hits, The Anthology 1968-1992, Evolution/Revolution: The Early Years (1966-1974), Richard Pryor, ...Is It Something I Said?, L.A. Jail, Bicentennial Nigger, Wanted: Live in Concert, Richard Pryor: Here and Now and ...And It's Deep Too!.

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Bob Blue

Bob Blue (July 31, 1948-March 17, 2006) was an American singer.

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Jimmy McGriff

Jimmy McGriff (April 3, 1936 Germantown-May 24, 2008 Philadelphia) otherwise known as McGriff, Jimmy was an American organist, musician and bandleader.

His albums include Blues for Mr. Jimmy, Electric Funk, Funkiest Little Band in the Land, Georgia on My Mind, Greatest Hits, Groove Grease, Tribute to Basie, Feelin' It, The Dream Team and Something To Listen To. Genres he performed: Jazz, Hard bop, Soul jazz and Blues.

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Annette Funicello

Annette Funicello (October 22, 1942 Utica-April 8, 2013 Bakersfield) a.k.a. Annette Joanne Funicello, Annette, Mouseketeer, Annie, Dolly or 'Annette' was an American singer and actor. She had three children, Jack Gilardi Jr., Gina Portman and Jason Gilardi.

Her discography includes: Annette's Beach Party, America's Girl Next Door (disc 1), Annette (disc 2), Annette Sings Anka, Muscle Beach Party, The Best of Annette, Ultimate Collection, Frankie Avalon/Annette Funicello, Pineapple Princess and Annette Sings: Pineapple Princess / Luau Cha Cha Cha.

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Don Van Vliet

Don Van Vliet (January 15, 1941 Glendale-December 17, 2010 Arcata) otherwise known as Don van Vliet, Vliet, Don Van, Capt. Beefheart, Captain Beefheart, Don Glen Vliet or Captain Beefhearth was an American singer-songwriter, artist and musician.

His albums include Mirror Man, The Legendary A&M Sessions, Shiny Beast (Bat Chain Puller), Doc at the Radar Station, Safe as Milk, Clear Spot, Bluejeans & Moonbeams, Strictly Personal, The Spotlight Kid and Unconditionally Guaranteed. Genres: Progressive rock, Blues rock, Psychedelic rock, Experimental rock, Protopunk, Spoken word, Outsider music, Free jazz, Avant-garde, Rock music and Avant-garde music.

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