American music stars died in Respiratory failure

Here are 31 famous musicians from United States of America died in Respiratory failure:

Marlon Brando

Marlon Brando (April 3, 1924 Omaha-July 1, 2004 Westwood) otherwise known as Marlon Brando, Jr., Bud, Mr. Mumbles or Marlon Brando Jr. was an American actor. He had 15 children, Christian Brando, Cheyenne Brando, Stephen Blackehart, Maimiti Brando, Ninna Priscilla Brando, Timothy Gahan Brando, Rebecca Brando, Myles Jonathan Brando, Dylan Brando, Simon Teihotu Brando, Miko Castaneda Brando, Raiatua Brando, Angelique Brando, Michael Gilman and Petra Brando-Corval.

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Miles Davis

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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Tupac Shakur

Tupac Shakur (June 16, 1971 East Harlem-September 13, 1996 Las Vegas) a.k.a. 2Pac, 2 PAC, Tupac Amaru Shakur, 2 Pac Fe. Dr. Dre, TuPac, Lesane Parish Crooks, Makaveli, 2pac (Makaveli the Don), 2 Pac Shakur or Pac was an American record producer, poet, songwriter, social activist, rapper, actor, dancer, screenwriter and writer.

Discography: 2Pacalypse Now, Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z..., Me Against the World, California Love, All Eyez on Me, How Do U Want It, R U Still Down? (Remember Me), Untouchable, Do for Love and Changes. Genres he performed include Gangsta rap, Hip hop music, West Coast hip hop and Political hip hop.

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Aaron Copland

Aaron Copland (November 14, 1900 Brooklyn-December 2, 1990 Sleepy Hollow) also known as Copeland, Copland, Copland, Aaron, Aaronn Copland, Aaron Copeland, Aaron Copland (1900-1990) or The Dean of American composers was an American composer, pianist, conductor, film score composer and writer.

His discography includes: Fanfare for the Common Man / Rodeo / Appalachian Spring, Clarinet Concerto, Etc. (New York Chamber Symphony feat. conductor: Gerard Schwartz), Billy the Kid / Rodeo, Copland: Appalachian Spring; Rodeo; Billy the Kid; Fanfare for the Common Man (Czecho-Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra (Bratislava), conductor: Stephen Gunzenhauser), Music for Films, The Young Pioneers: The Complete Music for Solo Piano, Bernstein Century: Appalachian Spring / Rodeo / Billy the Kid / Fanfare for the Common Man, Bernstein Century: Music for the Theatre / Concerto for Piano and Orchestra / Connotations for Orchestra / El Salón México, A Centenary Tribute and A Copland Celebration, Volume 3 (New York Philharmonic and Choral Art Society feat. conductor: Aaron Copland). Genres: 20th-century classical music, Ballet, Opera, Art song, Ballet, Film score and Classical music.

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Dean Martin

Dean Martin (June 7, 1917 Steubenville-December 25, 1995 Beverly Hills) also known as Dino Paul Crocetti, Dino Martini, King of Cool, Kid Crochet, Martin & Lewis, Dino, King Leer, Dino Crocetti or The King of Cool was an American singer, comedian, actor, professional boxer, film producer, musician, songwriter, presenter, radio personality and businessperson. His children are called Deana Martin, Gina Martin, Dean Paul Martin, Ricci Martin, Claudia Martin, Craig Martin, Sasha Martin and Barbara Gail Martin.

His albums: This Is Dean Martin, The Best of the Capitol Years, All the Hits 1948-1969, Memories Are Made of This, The Dean Martin TV Show / Songs From the Silencers, The Very Best of Dean Martin, French Style / Dino Latino, The Very Best of Dean Martin, Volume 2, The Very Best, Volume 1 and The Magic Memories. His related genres: Big Band, Traditional pop music, Country, Easy listening, Vocal jazz, Rock and roll and Swing music.

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Eva Gabor

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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Jimmy Reed

Jimmy Reed (September 6, 1925 Washington County-August 29, 1976 Oakland) also known as Reed, Jimmy was an American singer and musician.

His albums include Bright Lights, Big City, Guitar, Harmonica & Feeling, The Blues Collection 18: You Don't Have to Go, The Very Best of Jimmy Reed, Big Boss Man / I'm a Love You, Greatest Hits, I'm Jimmy Reed, The Best of Jimmy Reed, The Masters and Big Boss Man. Genres he performed: Blues, Rhythm and blues, Rock and roll and Electric blues.

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June Allyson

June Allyson (October 7, 1917 The Bronx-July 8, 2006 Ojai) a.k.a. Ella Geisman, Eleanor Geisman, Junie, Ella, June Allison, Jane Allyson or Jan Allyson was an American actor and musician. She had two children, Pamela Allyson Powell and Richard Keith Powell Jr..

Her albums include Close To My Heart.

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George Jones

George Jones (September 12, 1931 Saratoga-April 26, 2013 Nashville) a.k.a. Thumper Jones, George "Thumper" Jones, Thumber Jones, George Glenn Jones, Georges Jones, No Show Jones, The Possum, George C. Jones, No-Show Jones, Possum or George Thumper Jones was an American singer, singer-songwriter, songwriter and musician. He had four children, Susan Jones, Jeffrey Jones, Bryan Jones and Tamala Georgette Jones.

His albums: The New Favorites of George Jones, With Love, I Am What I Am, At His Best, One Woman Man, She Thinks I Still Care (The Complete United Artists Recordings 1962-64), 50 Years of Hits, Hits I Missed... And One I Didn't, 14 Greats and 16 Biggest Hits. Genres: Country, Gospel music and Rockabilly.

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Terry Southern

Terry Southern (May 1, 1924 Alvarado-October 29, 1995 Manhattan) a.k.a. Maxwell Kenton or Norwood Pratt was an American novelist, screenwriter, writer, essayist, actor and film producer. His child is Nile Southern.

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Jane Russell

Jane Russell (June 21, 1921 Bemidji-February 28, 2011 Santa Maria) also known as Ernestine Jane Geraldine Russell was an American model, actor and singer. She had three children, Tracy Waterfield, Thomas Waterfield and Robert Waterfield.

Related albums: Miss Jane Russell Sings and Jane Russell.

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Suzanne Pleshette

Suzanne Pleshette (January 31, 1937 Brooklyn Heights-January 19, 2008 Los Angeles) was an American actor and voice actor.

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Will Geer

Will Geer (March 9, 1902 Frankfort-April 22, 1978 Los Angeles) also known as William Auge Ghere, William Auge Geer, High Ghere or William Aughe Ghere was an American actor, botanist, singer and social activist. His children are Ellen Geer, Kate Geer and Thad Geer.

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Ray Kane

Ray Kane (February 11, 2015 Koloa-February 27, 2008 Nanakuli) otherwise known as Raymond Kane, Raymond Kâne, Ray Kâne or Kâne, Raymond was an American , .

His discography includes: Nanakuli's Raymond Kane, Punahele and Hawaiian Sunset Music, Volume 1. Genres he performed include Slack-key guitar and Hawaiian.

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Adriana Caselotti

Adriana Caselotti (May 6, 1916 Bridgeport-January 19, 1997 Los Angeles) also known as Caselotti, Adriana or Adriana Mitchell Caselotti was an American actor, singer and voice actor.

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Tex Beneke

Tex Beneke (February 12, 1914 Fort Worth-May 30, 2000 Costa Mesa) also known as Gordon Lee Beneke or Beneke, Tex was an American singer, musician, saxophonist and bandleader.

His most well known albums: Palladium Patrol, The Legendary Big Bands Series, 5 Minutes More... A Tribute, Christmas Serenade in the Glenn Miller Style and 1964 Live Guard Sessions / Stars for Defense Shows from 1960. Genres related to him: Jazz, Swing music, Blues and Big Band.

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T-Model Ford

T-Model Ford (February 11, 2015 Forest-July 16, 2013 Greenville) also known as T Model Ford was an American singer and musician.

His albums include Pee-Wee Get My Gun, You Better Keep Still, She Ain’t None of Your’n, Bad Man, Jack Daniel Time, The Ladies Man and Taledragger. Genres he performed include Delta blues, Blues, Punk blues, Electric blues, Juke joint blues and Blues rock.

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Ish Kabibble

Ish Kabibble (January 19, 1908 North East-June 5, 1994 Joshua Tree) a.k.a. Merwyn Bogue, M.A. Bogue, Merwyn 'Ish Kabibble' Bogue or Merwyn Alton Bogue was an American comedian, actor and musician.

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Dick Wagner

Dick Wagner (December 14, 1942 Oelwein-July 30, 2014 Phoenix) also known as Wagner, Dick or Richard Allen Wagner was an American guitarist, record producer and singer-songwriter.

Genres he performed: Heavy metal, Rock music, Hard rock and Shock rock.

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Johnny Moore

Johnny Moore (December 14, 1934 Selma-December 30, 1998 Los Angeles) also known as Moore, Johnny was an American singer and musician.

Genres related to him: Pop music and Soul music.

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Dennis Morgan

Dennis Morgan (December 20, 1908 Prentice-September 7, 1994 Fresno) also known as Stanley Morner, Richard Stanley or Earl Stanley Morner was an American singer and actor. He had three children, Kristin Morgan, Stanley Morner and James Morner.

Discography: Painting the Clouds with Sunshine.

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Teddy Pendergrass

Teddy Pendergrass (March 26, 1950 Philadelphia-January 13, 2010 Bryn Mawr) a.k.a. Teddy Pendegrass, Teddy Prendergrass, Teddy P, Teddy Bear, TP, Theodore DeReese Pendergrass, Theodore DeReese Pendergrass, Sr. or Pendergrass, Teddy was an American singer, songwriter and composer. He had four children, LaDonna Pendergrass, Teddy Pendergrass II, Tisha Pendergrass and Tamon Pendergrass.

His albums: The Philly Years, A Touch of Class, Bedroom Classics, Volume 1, Greatest Hits, Greatest Slow Jams, Satisfaction Guaranteed: The Very Best of Teddy Pendergrass, Teddy Pendergrass: Greatest Hits, The Best of Teddy Pendergrass: Turn Off the Lights, The Best of... Live! and The Love Songs Collection. His related genres: Jazz, Rhythm and blues, Soul music and Gospel music.

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Robert Lockwood Jr.

Robert Lockwood Jr. (March 27, 1915 Helena-November 21, 2006 Cleveland) also known as Robert Jr. Lockwood, Robert Lockwood Jr, Robert Jr.Lockwood, Robert Junior Lockwood, Robert Lockwood, Lockwood, Robert, Jr. or Rovert Jr. Lockwood was an American guitarist.

His discography includes: Delta Crossroads, I Got to Find Me a Woman, Just the Blues, Steady Rollin' Man, The Complete Trix Recordings, The Legend Live, Contrasts, Last of the Great Mississippi Delta Bluesmen: Live in Dallas, Robert Lockwood Jr. Plays Robert and Robert (Johnson and Lockwood) and Blues Live in Japan!. Genres: Country blues, Chicago blues, Delta blues and Electric blues.

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Ella Mae Morse

Ella Mae Morse (September 12, 1924 Mansfield-October 16, 1999 Bullhead City) also known as Ella May Morse, Ella Mae Morse (with Don Raye), Ella May More or Morse, Ella Mae was an American singer.

Her discography includes: Dynamite Texas Diva (Armed Forces radio), Barrelhouse, Boogie, and the Blues, Very Best of Ella Mae Morse, Patty Cake Man / Invitation to the Blues, Behind the Eight Beat, The Blacksmith Blues / Oakie Boogie, Best of the Rockabilly Rockin' Years and The Hits Of. Genres she performed: Popular music and Jump blues.

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Carlos "Patato" Valdés

Carlos "Patato" Valdés (November 4, 1926 Havana-December 4, 2007 Cleveland) also known as Carlo "Patato" Valdes, Patato & Totico, Carlos "Patato" Valdes, Carlos 'patato' Valdes, Patato, Tatato Valdes, Patato Valdez, Carlos "Potato" Valdez, Valdés, Carlos "Patato", Carlos \"Potato\" Valdez, Carlos Valdes, Carlos 'Patato' Valdés or Carlos Valdés was an American musician.

His discography includes: The Legend Of Cuban Percussion, Masterpiece, Authority: Patato & His Latin Percussion Friends, Ready for Freddy, , , , The Conga Kings, Patato & Totico and Melodía Para Congas: Jungle and the Saxophone. His related genres: Big Band, Cuban rumba and Afro-Cuban jazz.

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Benny Spellman

Benny Spellman (December 11, 1931 Pensacola-June 3, 2011) was an American singer.

His discography includes: Lipstick Traces (On a Cigarette) / Fortune Teller, The Word Game / I Feel Good, Fortune Teller (Golden Classics) and Foolish Man / Don't Give Up Love.

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Dorothy Collins

Dorothy Collins (November 18, 1926 Windsor-July 21, 1994 Watervliet) a.k.a. Marjorie Chandler was an American singer and actor.

Her albums include Picnic: Sings Steve Allen, Experiment Songs, Songs by Dorothy Collins, Get Happy! and Won't You Spend Christmas With Me.

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Wade Domínguez

Wade Domínguez (May 10, 1966 Santa Clara County-August 26, 1998 Los Angeles) also known as Wade Robert Dominguez was an American singer, model, actor and dancer.

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Alice Coltrane

Alice Coltrane (August 27, 1937 Detroit-January 12, 2007 Los Angeles) also known as Alice McLeod, Coltrane, Alice or Alice Coltrane-Turiyasangitananda was an American bandleader, composer, jazz pianist, sideman, organist, harpist, music artist, multi-instrumentalist and musician. Her children are called Ravi Coltrane, Michele Hagood, John Coltrane Jr. and Oranyan Coltrane.

Her most well known albums: Lord of Lords, The Impulse Story, Transfiguration, Universal Consciousness, Ptah, the El Daoud, Eternity, Astral Meditations, A Monastic Trio, Journey in Satchidananda and Translinear Light. Her related genres: Kozmigroov, Jazz and Avant-garde jazz.

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William Duell

William Duell (August 30, 1923 Corinth-December 22, 2011 Manhattan) also known as Darwin William Duell, George William Duell or Duell, William was an American actor and singer.

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Fayette Pinkney

Fayette Pinkney (January 10, 1948 Philadelphia-June 27, 2009 Lansdale) was an American singer and actor. She had one child, Ayana Alexandria.

Her related genres: Pop music and Soul music.

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