Here are 6 famous musicians from United States of America died in Skin cancer:
Eva Cassidy (February 2, 1963 Washington, D.C.-November 2, 1996 Bowie) a.k.a. Cassidy, Eva or Eva Marie Cassidy was an American singer, actor and musician.
Her albums: Live at Blues Alley, Songbird, Eva by Heart, Time After Time, No Boundaries, Imagine, American Tune, Wonderful World, Live At Pearl's and Somewhere. Genres: Pop music, Jazz, Blues, Folk music, Gospel music, Traditional music, Country and Soul music.
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Burgess Meredith (November 16, 1907 Cleveland-September 9, 1997 Malibu) also known as Oliver Burgess Meredith, Buzz or Burgess Meridith was an American actor, film producer, film director, screenwriter, voice actor, writer and soldier. He had two children, Tala Meredith and Jonathon Meredith.
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Terry Melcher (February 8, 1942 New York City-November 19, 2004 Beverly Hills) also known as Terry Jorden, Terrence P. Melcher, Terrence Paul Jorden, Terrence P. Jorden, Terrence P. "Terry" Melcher, Terry P. Jorden or Terry was an American record producer, musician, songwriter, singer, television producer, music producer, screenwriter and entrepreneur. He had one child, Ryan Melcher.
Genres he performed include Pop music and Rock music.
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Randy Castillo (December 18, 1950 Albuquerque-March 26, 2002) was an American drummer, musician and songwriter.
Genres related to him: Hard rock, Heavy metal and Glam metal.
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Theresa Merritt (September 24, 1922 Emporia-June 12, 1998 The Bronx) also known as Theresa Merritt Hines was an American actor and singer.
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Ian Copeland (April 25, 1949 Rif Dimashq Governorate-May 23, 2006 Los Angeles) also known as Ian Adie Copeland or Leroy Coolbreeze was an American promoter, entrepreneur and talent agent. He had two children, Chandra Copeland and Barbara Copeland.
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