American music stars died in Uterine cancer

Here are 3 famous musicians from United States of America died in Uterine cancer:

Ethel Waters

Ethel Waters (October 31, 1896 Chester-September 1, 1977 Chatsworth) otherwise known as Waters, Ethel or Sweet Mama Stringbean was an American singer and actor.

Her albums include The Incomparable Ethel Water, An Introduction to Ethel Waters: Her Best Recordings 1921-1940, Miss Otis Regrets / Moonglow, Taking a Chance on Love / Cabin in the Sky, Takin a Chance on Love: The Complete Bluebird Sessions & More, Diva (SagaJazz), Love Is the Thing / Stormy Weather, The Chronological Classics: Ethel Waters 1926-1929, There’ll Be Some Changes Made / One Man Nan and The Chronological Classics: Ethel Waters 1921-1923. Genres she performed: Jazz, Popular music, Blues, Pop music and Big Band.

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Shari Lewis

Shari Lewis (January 17, 1933 The Bronx-August 2, 1998 Los Angeles) otherwise known as Shari Phyllis Hurwitz, Shari Lewis & Lamb Chop, Sonia Phyllis Hurwitz or Lewis, Shari was an American author, puppeteer, ventriloquist, presenter, film producer, screenwriter and voice actor. She had one child, Mallory Lewis.

Discography: Hi Kids!.

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Gwen Guthrie

Gwen Guthrie (July 9, 1950 Okemah-February 3, 1999 Orange) also known as Guthrie, Gwen, Gwendolyn Guthrie or G. Guthrie was an American singer, songwriter, singer-songwriter and actor.

Her albums include Gwen Guthrie, Gwen Guthrie, Portrait, Hot Times, Good to Go Lover, Ain't Nothin' Goin' on but the Rent, It Should Have Been You and Padlock. Genres she performed: Disco, Pop music, Rhythm and blues, Soul music, Dance-pop, Dance music, Contemporary R&B and Post-disco.

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