American music stars died in Parkinson's disease

Here are 12 famous musicians from United States of America died in Parkinson's disease:

Stefan Wolpe

Stefan Wolpe (August 25, 1902 Berlin-April 4, 1972 New York City) also known as Wolpe, Stefan was an American , .

Discography: Remembering the Dancemaster, Compositions for Piano (piano: David Holzman) and .

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Jim Backus

Jim Backus (February 25, 1913 Cleveland-July 3, 1989 Los Angeles) also known as James Gilmore Backus, James G. Backus, James Backus or James Gilmore "Jim" Backus was an American actor, voice actor and writer.

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Jimmy Knepper

Jimmy Knepper (November 22, 1927 Los Angeles-June 14, 2003 Triadelphia) otherwise known as Knepper, Jimmy was an American trombonist.

His albums include The Pepper - Knepper Quintet, I Dream Too Much, 1st Place and Pussy Cat Dues "The Music of Charles Mingus". Genres he performed: Jazz.

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Louie Bellson

Louie Bellson (July 6, 1924 Rock Falls-February 14, 2009 Los Angeles) also known as Louis Bellson, Luigi Paulino Alfredo Francesco Antonio Balassoni or The Tonight Show Band was an American drummer, musician, composer and bandleader. He had two children, Dee Dee Belson and Tony Bellson.

His albums: The Concord Jazz Heritage Series, Black, Brown & Beige, The Louie Bellson Explosion, Prime Time, Thunderbird, Skin Deep, Cool, Cool Blue, Don't Stop Now!, Are You Ready for This? and Jazz Giants. His related genres: Jazz.

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Matt Robinson

Matt Robinson (January 1, 1937 Philadelphia-August 5, 2002 Los Angeles) also known as Matthew Thomas Robinson, Jr. was an American screenwriter, actor and voice actor. He had two children, Holly Robinson Peete and Matt Robinson.

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Zez Confrey

Zez Confrey (April 3, 1895 Peru-November 22, 1971 Lakewood) also known as Confrey, Zez was an American , .

His discography includes: Piano Music (feat. piano: Eteri Andjaparidze), Piano Rolls and Scores, Kitten on the Keys / My Pet and .

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Bob Montgomery

Bob Montgomery (May 12, 1937 Lampasas-December 4, 2014) also known as Montgomery, Bob, Bobby Montgomery or Montgomery, Bobby was an American record producer, songwriter and singer.

His albums: Holly in the Hills.

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Franck Pourcel

Franck Pourcel (August 14, 1913 Marseille-November 12, 2000 Neuilly-sur-Seine) also known as Frank Pourcel, Pourcel, Franck or J.W. Stole was an American bandleader, musician and conductor.

Discography: This Is Pourcel, Concorde, 100 All Time Greatest Hits, Somewhere My Love, Succès de Films, Classics: Franck Pourcel Conducts, Originals, Volume 3, Originals, Volume 4, Originals, Volume 2 and . Genres related to him: Easy listening.

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Leonard Pennario

Leonard Pennario (July 9, 1924 Buffalo-June 27, 2008) a.k.a. Pennario, Leonard was an American pianist.

His discography includes: Great American Piano I.

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Jerry Haynes

Jerry Haynes (January 31, 1927 Dallas-September 26, 2011 Longview) also known as Jerome Martin Haynes, Jerome Martin "Jerry" Haynes or Mr. Peppermint was an American actor. He had one child, Gibby Haynes.

Discography: Mr. Peppermint.

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Barney Childs

Barney Childs (February 13, 1926 Spokane-January 11, 2000) was an American , .

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Richard Robbins

Richard Robbins (December 4, 1940 South Weymouth-November 7, 2012 Rhinebeck) also known as Richard Stephen Robbins or Robbins was an American film score composer and pianist.

His discography includes: Howards End, Maurice, Surviving Picasso, The Mystic Masseur, The Remains of the Day, A Room With a View and Mr. & Mrs. Bridge.

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