Here are 50 famous musicians from United States of America died in Pneumonia:
Charles Nelson Reilly (January 13, 1931 South Bronx-May 25, 2007 Beverly Hills) otherwise known as Charles Nelson-Reilly, CNR or Chuck was an American comedian, actor, film director, voice actor, teacher, theatre director and television director.
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Frank Gorshin (April 5, 1933 Pittsburgh-May 17, 2005 Burbank) also known as Frank John Gorshin Jr., Frank John Gorshin, Jr. or Frank J. Gorshin was an American comedian, actor, impressionist and soldier. He had one child, Mitchell Gorshin.
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Bill Evans (August 16, 1929 Plainfield-September 15, 1980 Fort Lee) also known as Evans, Bill or William John Evans was an American composer, jazz pianist, music arranger and musician. He had two children, Evan Evans and Maxine Evans.
His albums include You're Gonna Hear From Me, Alone, Alone (Again), Verve Jazz Masters 5, Ultimate Bill Evans, The Very Best of Bill Evans, Portraiture, Bill Evans for Lovers, A Jazz Hour With Bill Evans: Autumn Leaves and Bill Evans With Symphony Orchestra. Genres he performed include Jazz, Modal jazz, Hard bop, Cool jazz, Third stream and Post-bop.
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Bob Hope (May 29, 1903 Eltham-July 27, 2003 Toluca Lake) also known as Leslie Townes Hope, `Old Ski Nose`, Lester Townes Hope, Robert Hope, Packy East, Lester T. Hope, Old Ski Nose, Lester Hope or Bob was an American comedian, golfer, actor, film producer, author, singer, dancer, athlete, lineman, butcher, professional boxer, television producer, vaudeville performer and screenwriter. He had four children, William Kelly Francis Hope, Linda Hope, Eleanora Hope and Anthony J. Hope.
His most well known albums: Bob Hope & Friends: Thanks for the Memories, Best of Bob Hope, Thanks for the Memory, Thanks for the Memory / Two Sleepy People and Live Recordings From Bob Hope.
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Buddy Ebsen (April 2, 1908 Belleville-July 6, 2003 Torrance) also known as Christian Rudolf Ebsen Jr., Christian Rudolph Ebsen Jr., Christian Rudolph Ebsen, Jr, Christian Ludolph Ebsen Jr. or Christian Ludolf Ebsen, Jr. was an American actor, dancer and film producer. He had seven children, Kiki Ebsen, Bonnie Ebsen, Alix Ebsen, Susannah Ebsen, Elizabeth Ebsen, Dustin Ebsen and Cathy Ebsen.
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Henny Youngman (March 16, 1906 Liverpool-February 24, 1998 Manhattan) also known as Henry Youngman, King of the One Liners, Henny Junggman, Henry "Henny" Youngman, King of the One-Liners, King of Brooklyn or Henry "Henny" Yungman was an American comedian, actor, violinist and musician. He had two children, Marilyn Youngman and Gary Youngman.
His discography includes: Take My Album... Please, Henny Youngman Himself and Take My Album... Please! or 2 Sets for the Price of One.
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Rod Steiger (April 14, 1925 Westhampton-July 9, 2002 Los Angeles) also known as Rodney Stephen Steiger, Rodney Stephen "Rod" Steiger or Rod was an American actor. He had two children, Anna Steiger and Michael Steiger.
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Pat Paulsen (July 6, 1927 South Bend-April 24, 1997 Tijuana) otherwise known as Patrick Layton Paulsen, Paulsen, Pat or Patrick Layton "Pat" Paulsen was an American comedian, politician and actor. He had three children, Terri Paulsen, Justin Paulsen and Montgomery Paulsen.
His albums: Unzipped.
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Virginia Mayo (November 30, 1920 St. Louis-January 17, 2005 Thousand Oaks) a.k.a. Virginia Clara Jones, Ginny or Mayo, Virginia was an American actor. She had one child, Mary Catherine O'Shea.
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Anthony Quinn (April 21, 1915 Chihuahua-June 3, 2001 Boston) also known as Antonio Rudolfo Oaxaca Quinn, Anthony Qvinn, Antonio Rodolfo Quinn Oaxaca, Tony or Antonio Reyes was an American actor, writer, painter, film producer, film director, professional boxer and restaurateur. He had twelve children, Francesco Quinn, Lorenzo Quinn, Ryan Quinn, Danny Quinn, Alex A. Quinn, Valentina Quinn, Christopher Quinn, Antonia Quinn, Sean Quinn, Catalina Quinn, Christina Quinn and Duncan Quinn.
His albums include .
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Allen Collins (July 19, 1952 Jacksonville-January 23, 1990 Jacksonville) a.k.a. Collins, Allen was an American musician, songwriter and guitarist.
Genres he performed: Southern rock.
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Bert Lahr (August 13, 1895 Manhattan-December 4, 1967 New York City) also known as Irving Lahrheim, bert_lahr or Lahr, Bert was an American actor and comedian. His children are called John Lahr, Jane Lahr and Herbert Lahr.
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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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Daniel Flores (July 11, 1929 Santa Paula-September 19, 2006 Huntington Beach) a.k.a. Danny Flores, Chuck Rio or Rio, Chuck was an American singer, songwriter and musician.
Genres he performed: Rock music and Rock and roll.
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Robert Creeley (May 21, 1926 Arlington-March 30, 2005 Odessa) also known as Robert White Creeley was an American writer, poet and author.
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James Brown (May 3, 1933 Barnwell-December 25, 2006 Atlanta) also known as Brown, James, James Browm, James Joseph Brown, Mr. Dynamite, The Godfather of Soul, James Brown at the Organ, Soul Brother Number One, The Hardest Working Man in Show Business, The Minister of the New New Super Heavy Funk, The Godfather of Funk, Mr Please Please Please, James Joseph Brown, Jr., Junior, Little Junior, 'The Godfather of Soul' James Brown, Mr. James Brown, James Brown and The Famous Flames, James Brown and The Flames, The James Brown Revue or James Brown (I) was an American bandleader, record producer, singer, songwriter, organist, musician, rapper, artist, dancer, actor, composer and film score composer. He had ten children, James Joseph Brown II, Larry Brown, Yamma Noyola Brown Lumar, Terry Brown, Venisha Brown, Deanna Brown Thomas, Lisa Brown, Teddy Brown, Daryl Brown and LaRhonda Pettit.
His albums include The Complete Apollo Concert, Prisoner of Love, Out of Sight! The Very Best of James Brown, Live at the Apollo, Say It Loud: I'm Black and I'm Proud, Sex Machine: Live in Concert, Call Me Super Bad, Get Up, Get Into It, Get Involved, Talkin' Loud and Saying Nothin' and Slaughter's Big Rip-Off. Genres he performed include Funk, Rhythm and blues, Soul music, Rock music, Pop music, Hip hop music, Rock and roll, Doo-wop, Blues and Jazz.
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Lawrence Welk (March 11, 1903 Strasburg-May 17, 1992 Santa Monica) also known as Welk, Lawrence was an American musician, bandleader and impresario.
His discography includes: American Favorites, 22 All Time Favorite Waltzes, Favorites, The Best of Lawrence Welk, 22 of the Greatest Waltzes, Young World, Wonderful! Wonderful!, Lawrence Welk Plays a 50-Year Hit Parade of Songs, Live at Lake Tahoe and Polkas.
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Ward Kimball (March 4, 1914 Minneapolis-July 8, 2002 Los Angeles) a.k.a. Ward Walrath Kimball, The Firehouse Five Plus Two, The Firehouse Five Plus 2 or Firehouse Five Plus Two was an American animator, trombonist, film director, screenwriter, television producer and television director. He had three children, Chloe Kimball, Kelly Kimball and John Kimball.
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John Raitt (January 29, 1917 Santa Ana-February 20, 2005 Pacific Palisades) also known as John Emmett Raitt was an American singer and actor. He had three children, Bonnie Raitt, David Raitt and Steven Raitt.
Discography: Broadway Legend, The Pajama Game, Mediterranean Magic and Carousel (1945 original Broadway cast).
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Miles Davis (May 26, 1926 Alton-September 28, 1991 Santa Monica) also known as Miles Dewey Davis III, Miles Dewey Davis, Prince Of Darkness, Miles Davis Quartet or Miles Davies was an American bandleader, songwriter, composer, trumpeter, musician, artist, film score composer, actor and music artist. He had four children, Cheryl Davis, Gregory Davis, Miles Davis IV and Erin Davis.
His most important albums: Birth of the Cool, Blue Moods, The Musing's of Miles, 'Round About Midnight, Miles Ahead, Ascenseur Pour L'échafaud, Milestones, Porgy and Bess, Kind of Blue and Sketches of Spain. Genres related to him: Cool jazz, Bebop, Jazz, Jazz fusion, Modal jazz, Hard bop, Acid jazz, Jazz-funk, Jazz rap, Avant-garde jazz, Smooth jazz and Third stream.
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Ava Gardner (December 24, 1922 Smithfield-January 25, 1990 Westminster) also known as Ava Lavinia Gardner, Snowdrop, Angel, Ava Lavina Gardner or The Christmas Eve Girl was an American actor.
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Jim Henson (September 24, 1936 Greenville-May 16, 1990 New York City) also known as Dr. Teeth, Ernie, James Maury Henson, Mr. Jim Henson, Jim Henson and his Puppets, Jim Henson's Muppets, The Muppets, Kermit the Frog, Jim Henson & The Muppets, James Maury "Jim" Henson or Jim Henson's Kermit the Frog was an American puppeteer, film director, television producer, screenwriter, voice actor, film producer, television director, actor, cartoonist and inventor. He had five children, Brian Henson, John Henson, Lisa Henson, Heather Henson and Cheryl Henson.
His most well known albums: Bert & Ernie Sing-Along and Sleepytime on Sesame Street.
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Lorenz Hart (May 2, 1895 Harlem-November 22, 1943 New York City) a.k.a. Lorenz Milton Hart, Larry Hart or Larry was an American songwriter, composer, playwright and lyricist.
His discography includes: Pal Joey (1952 Broadway revival cast), Pal Joey (1995 New York concert cast), Hits From Pal Joey, Billy Rose's Jumbo (1962 film cast), Babes in Arms (1999 New York concert cast), The Boys From Syracuse (1997 original New York recording), The Boys From Syracuse (1963 off-Broadway cast), Pal Joey, American Songbook Series: Richard Rodgers & Lorenz Hart and Great American Songwriters. Genres he performed include Musical theatre.
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Sandra Dee (April 23, 1942 Bayonne-February 20, 2005 Thousand Oaks) also known as Alexandra Cymboliak Zuck, Dee, Sandra, Alexandra Zuck, Sandy, The Queen of Teens or Sandush was an American actor and model. She had one child, Dodd Mitchell Darin.
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Ronald Reagan (February 6, 1911 Tampico-June 5, 2004 Bel-Air) a.k.a. Ronald Wilson Reagan, The Gipper, The Teflon President, The Great Communicator, Ronnie, Dutch, Governor Reagan, Lt. Ronald Reagan, Governor Ronald Reagan, Elvis Reagan, President Reagan, Pres. Ronald Reagan, Sgt. Ronald Reagan, Ronald 'Dutch' Reagan, President Roanld Reagan, Rawhide or President Ronald Reagan was an American politician, actor, spokesperson, soldier, radio personality and lifeguard. His children are Maureen Reagan, Patti Davis, Christine Reagan, Ron Reagan and Michael Reagan.
His albums include The Great Speeches, Volume I.
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Carol Haney (September 24, 1924 New Bedford-May 10, 1964 Saddle Brook) otherwise known as Carolyn Haney was an American singer, dancer and actor. She had two children, Joshua Blyden and Ellen Blyden.
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Eddie Albert (April 22, 1906 Rock Island-May 26, 2005 Pacific Palisades) otherwise known as Edward Albert Heimberger, Eddie Albert Sr. or Eddie Albert Heimberger was an American singer, actor, voice actor, gardener, humanitarian and activist. He had two children, Edward Albert and Maria Albert Zucht.
His discography includes: Go If You're Going / Just for the Bride and Groom, Come Pretty Little Girl / I'm in Favor of Friendship, One God / For This I'm Thankful, Mi Amor / You Belong to My Heart and Little Child / Jenny Kissed Me.
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Fred MacMurray (August 30, 1908 Kankakee-November 5, 1991 Santa Monica) a.k.a. Fredrick Martin MacMurray, Frederick Martin MacMurray, Bud, Fred Mac Murray, Frederick Martin "Fred" MacMurray, Fred McMurray or McMurray, Fred was an American actor and musician. He had four children, Robert MacMurray, Susan MacMurray, Katherine Macmurray and Laurie MacMurray.
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Anita O'Day (October 18, 1919 Chicago-November 23, 2006 Los Angeles) also known as Anita O' Day, O'Day, Anita, Anita Belle Colton, The Jezebel of Jazz or "The Jezebel of Jazz" was an American singer.
Her most recognized albums: Live at the City San Francisco 1979, Angel Eyes: Live in Tokyo, Live in Concert Tokyo: 1976, Complete Signature & London Recordings (disc 1), Verve Jazz Masters 49, The Complete Anita O'Day Verve/Clef Sessions, Young Anita, And Her Tears Flowed Like Wine, Anita O'Day Sings the Winners and Anita O'Day: Jazz Round Midnight. Genres she performed: Vocal jazz and Bebop.
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Tony Randall (February 26, 1920 Tulsa-May 17, 2004 New York City) also known as Arthur Leonard Rosenberg, Anthony Randall or Ira Leonard Rosenberg was an American actor, comedian, film director, record producer, voice actor and film producer. He had two children, Jefferson Salvini Randall and Julia Laurette Randall.
Discography: The Odd Couple Sings and .
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Fred Astaire (May 10, 1899 Omaha-June 22, 1987 Los Angeles) otherwise known as Fred Astair, Frederic Austerlitz Jr., Frederic Austerlitz, Jr. or Frederick Austerlitz was an American singer, actor, film producer, choreographer, percussionist, dancer and musician. He had three children, Fred Astaire Jr., Ava Astaire-McKenzie and Eliphalet IV.
Discography: The Astaire Story, Let's Face the Music and Dance, Shall We Dance, Fred Astaire Sings, An Evening With Fred Astaire, Puttin' on the Ritz, The Irving Berlin Songbook, Golden Greats, The Essential Fred Astaire and Cheek to Cheek.
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Duke Ellington (April 29, 1899 Washington, D.C.-May 24, 1974 New York City) a.k.a. Duke Ellingtton, The Duke, Duke Elinton, Duke Ellinton, Edward Kennedy Ellington, Elligton, Duke, Edward Ellington, Duke Ellington , Sir Duke, Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington or Duke Elligton was an American bandleader, lyricist, musician, composer, film score composer, actor and pianist. He had one child, Mercer Ellington.
His albums include Duke Ellington: Solos, Duets, and Trios, New York Concert, Duke Ellington's Sophisticated Ladies (Original Broadway Cast), Midnite Jazz & Blues: Tea for Two, The Complete Capitol Recordings of Duke Ellington, Duke Ellington's Greatest Hits, Such Sweet Thunder, Newport 1958, The Great Paris Concert and The Blanton–Webster Band. Genres he performed include Dixieland, Big Band, Swing music and Orchestral jazz.
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Tallulah Bankhead (January 31, 1902 Huntsville-December 12, 1968 New York City) a.k.a. Tallulah Brockman Bankhead, Tallu, Bankhead, Tallulah or Miss Tallulah Bankhead was an American radio personality and actor.
Her discography includes: Give My Regards to Broadway!.
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Carl Sagan (November 9, 1934 Brooklyn-December 20, 1996 Seattle) a.k.a. Carl Edward Sagan, carl_sagan or Dr. Carl Sagan was an American astronomer, planetary scientist, astrobiologist, scientist, science writer, physicist, novelist, writer, professor, cosmologist, astrophysicist, screenwriter and voice actor. He had five children, Sasha Sagan, Nick Sagan, Samuel Sagan, Dorion Sagan and Jeremy Sagan.
Related albums: A Glorious Dawn.
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Jimmy Durante (February 10, 1893 Brooklyn-January 29, 1980 Santa Monica) also known as James Francis Durante, Ragtime Jimmy, The Schnoz, The Great Schnozzola, Schnozzola, Durante, Jimmy 'Schnozzle' Durante or James Francis "Jimmy" Durante was an American comedian, singer, actor and pianist. He had one child, CeCe Durante-Bloum.
His most well known albums: Hello, Young Lovers / One of Those Songs, Cocktail Hour, September Song, As Time Goes By: The Best of Jimmy Durante, Inka Dinka Doo, Club Durante, Jimmy Durante's Way of Life, September Song, The Great Schnozzle and Close To My Heart.
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George Peppard (October 1, 1928 Detroit-May 8, 1994 Los Angeles) a.k.a. George Peppard Jr., George Peppard Byrne Jr., George William Peppard Jr. or George Peppard, Jr. was an American actor and film producer. His children are Christian Peppard, Julie Peppard and Brad Peppard.
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Gregory Peck (April 5, 1916 La Jolla-June 12, 2003 Los Angeles) also known as Eldred Gregory Peck, Greg or Father Peck was an American actor and film producer. His children are called Anthony Peck, Cecilia Peck, Carey Paul Peck, Jonathan Peck and Stephen Peck.
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Raymond Massey (August 30, 1896 Toronto-July 29, 1983 Los Angeles) also known as Raymond Hart Massey was an American actor. He had three children, Daniel Massey, Geoffrey Massey and Anna Massey.
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Kitty Carlisle (September 3, 1910 New Orleans-April 17, 2007 New York City) also known as Catherine Conn or Kitty Carlisle Hart was an American singer and actor. She had two children, Christopher Hart and Catherine Hart.
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James Jamerson (January 29, 1936 Charleston-August 2, 1983 Los Angeles) also known as James Lee Jamerson or Jamerson, James was an American bassist and musician.
His most well known albums: Standing in the Shadows of Motown: The Life and Music of Legendary Bassist James Jamerson. His related genres: Rhythm and blues, Soul music and Funk.
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Lawrence Tierney (March 15, 1919 Brooklyn-February 26, 2002 Los Angeles) also known as Lawrence Thierney or Lawrence Tierney, Jr. was an American actor. He had one child, Elizabeth Tierney.
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Barbara Acklin (February 28, 1943 Oakland-November 27, 1998 Omaha) a.k.a. Acklin, Barbara was an American songwriter and singer.
Her albums include Seven Days of Night, 20 Greatest Hits, Greatest Hits, I Call It Trouble, I Call It Trouble, Just Ain't No Love, Give Me Some of Your Sweet Love, Raindrops / Here You Come Again, After You and Seven Days of Night. Genres: Soul music and Rhythm and blues.
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Groucho Marx (October 2, 1890 New York City-August 19, 1977 Los Angeles) a.k.a. Julius Henry Marx, Groucho, Julius Henry "Groucho" Marx, Marx Brothers or The Marx Bros was an American actor, comedian, singer and screenwriter. He had three children, Melinda Marx, Miriam Marx and Arthur Marx.
His most important albums: Gleefully Groucho, Gratuitously Groucho, An Evening With Groucho and The Golden Age of Comedy. His related genres: Comedy.
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Jack Teagarden (August 20, 1905 Vernon-January 15, 1964 New Orleans) a.k.a. Teagarden, Jack, Weldon Leo Teagarden, Big T, The Swingin' Gate, Father of Jazz Trombone or Jack Teagarden and His Orchestra was an American trombonist, bandleader, actor and singer.
His most well known albums: Storyville Masters of Jazz, Volume 10: Jack Teagarden, Jack Hits the Road (1938-1943), Texas Tea Party, 20.3009-HI: Makin' Friends, Club Hangover Broadcasts (feat. Jackie Coon), I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues, Jack Teagarden, Planet Jazz, Master of the Jazz Trombone: 1928-1940 and Big 'T'. Genres: Jazz, Big Band, Blues and Swing music.
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Barbecue Bob (September 11, 1902 Walnut Grove-October 21, 1931 Lithonia) also known as Barbecue Bob (Robert Hicks), Barbeque Bob, Robert Hicks or Hicks, Robert was an American singer and guitarist.
Discography: Complete Recorded Works, Volume 2: 21 April 1928 to 3 November 1929, Complete Recorded Works, Volume 1: 25 March 1927 to 13 April 1928 and Chocolate to the Bone. His related genres: Country blues and Piedmont blues.
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Dick Sudhalter (December 28, 1938 Boston-September 19, 2008 Manhattan) a.k.a. Richard Sudhalter or Richard "Dick" Sudhalter was an American critic and musician.
His related genres: Jazz.
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Ward Pinkett (April 29, 1906-March 15, 1937) also known as Pinkett, Ward was an American , .
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Eva Gabor (February 11, 1919 Budapest-July 4, 1995 Los Angeles) also known as Gabor, Eva, Éva Gábor or Gábor Éva was an American musician, actor, voice actor, businessperson and socialite.
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Evelyn Preer (July 16, 1896 Vicksburg-November 27, 1932 Los Angeles) a.k.a. Evelyn Jarvis was an American singer, actor and vaudeville performer. She had one child, Edeve Thompson.
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Lillian Nordica (December 12, 1857 Farmington-May 10, 1914 Jakarta) was an American singer.
Genres: Classical music.
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