Here are 18 famous musicians from Australia died at 58:
Mark "Chopper" Read (November 17, 1954 Melbourne-October 9, 2013 Melbourne) a.k.a. Mark Brandon Read, Chopper or Chopper Read was an Australian writer and criminal.
His most recognized albums: Interview With a Madman. Genres: Hip hop music.
He died as a result of liver cancer.
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William Baylebridge (December 12, 1883 Brisbane-May 7, 1942) a.k.a. Charles William Blocksidge was an Australian writer.
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George Kerferd (January 21, 1831 Liverpool-December 31, 1889 Sorrento) also known as Judge George Kerferd was an Australian lawyer, judge and politician.
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Mary Theresa Vidal (June 23, 1815-November 19, 1873) also known as Francis Vidal was an Australian writer and novelist.
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Joseph Bancroft (February 21, 1836 England-June 16, 1894) was an Australian scientist, surgeon and physician.
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Harry Hay (April 5, 1893 Maitland-March 30, 1952 Manly) was an Australian swimmer.
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Charles Web Gilbert (March 18, 1867 Australia-October 3, 1925) was an Australian personality.
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Dowell Philip O'Reilly (July 18, 1865 Sydney-November 5, 1923 Leura) a.k.a. Dowell O'Reilly was an Australian writer and politician.
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Thomas Jamison (January 1, 1753 County Down-January 25, 1811 Portman Square) was an Australian surgeon. He had one child, John Jamison.
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Bernhard Wise (February 10, 1858 Petersham-September 19, 1916 Kensington) was an Australian politician.
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Malcolm McEacharn (February 8, 1852 London-March 10, 1910 Cannes) also known as Mayor Malcolm McEacharn was an Australian personality.
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Brian Syron (November 19, 1934 Balmain-October 14, 1993 Balmain) was an Australian screenwriter, actor, film director, theatre director and advocate.
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Richard Franklin (July 15, 1948 Melbourne-July 11, 2007 Melbourne) also known as Richard Bruce or Richard Lacey was an Australian film director, writer, film producer, screenwriter and actor.
He died as a result of prostate cancer.
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John Charles Horsey James (January 30, 1841-February 3, 1899) was an Australian judge.
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Greg Ham (September 7, 1953 Melbourne-April 19, 2012 Carlton North) also known as Gregory Norman Ham was an Australian musician, singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and flutist.
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Gordon Bennett (October 8, 1955 Monto-June 3, 2014) was an Australian artist and visual artist.
He died caused by natural causes.
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Graham Murray (January 6, 1955 Sydney-July 28, 2013 Brisbane) was an Australian coach.
He died as a result of myocardial infarction.
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Keith Carmody (February 16, 1919 Mosman-October 21, 1977 Concord) was an Australian personality.
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