Here are 16 famous musicians from Australia died at 62:
Gary Gilmour (June 26, 1951 Waratah-June 10, 2014 Sydney) was an Australian personality.
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Walter J. Turner (October 13, 1884 South Melbourne-November 18, 1946 Hammersmith) a.k.a. Walter Turner, Walter James Turner or Walter James Redfern Turner was an Australian novelist, writer, critic and poet.
He died in cerebral thrombosis.
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David Gaunson (January 19, 1846 Sydney-January 2, 1909) was an Australian lawyer.
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William à Beckett (July 28, 1806 London-June 27, 1869) also known as William a Beckett, Judge William à Beckett or William A. Beckett was an Australian judge. He had one child, William Arthur Callendar à Beckett.
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Richard Carleton (July 11, 1943 Bowral-May 7, 2006 Beaconsfield) was an Australian journalist and presenter.
He died as a result of myocardial infarction.
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William Hearn (April 21, 1826 Ireland-April 23, 1888) was an Australian barrister, lawyer and politician.
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William Charles Windeyer (September 29, 1834 London-September 11, 1897 Bologna) also known as Sir William Charles Windeyer or Judge William Charles Windeyer was an Australian judge and politician. He had one child, Richard Windeyer.
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Igor Kluvánek (January 27, 1931 Košice-July 24, 1993 Bratislava) was an Australian mathematician.
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Horace Lindrum (January 15, 1912 Paddington-June 20, 1974 Dee Why) was an Australian personality.
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James Muir Auld (June 19, 1879 Ashfield-June 8, 1942) was an Australian artist and visual artist.
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S. T. Gill (May 21, 1818-October 27, 1880) was an Australian personality.
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Rosaleen Norton (October 2, 1917 Dunedin-December 5, 1979 Sydney) a.k.a. Thorn or Roie Norton was an Australian artist and visual artist.
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Darryl Cotton (September 4, 1949 Adelaide-July 27, 2012 Melbourne) also known as Cotton, Darryl, Cotton, Darryl Grant, Daryl Cotton, Darryl Grant Cotton or Cotton, Daryl was an Australian singer and presenter.
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Brian May (July 28, 1934 Adelaide-April 25, 1997 Melbourne) also known as May, Brian was an Australian conductor, composer and film score composer.
His albums include Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare, Mad Max, The Survivor, Mad Max 2, Dr. Giggles, Cloak & Dagger, Missing In Action 2: The Beginning and Thirst: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. Genres he performed: Film score.
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Charles Nuttall (September 6, 1872 Fitzroy-November 28, 1934) was an Australian personality.
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Chuck Fleetwood-Smith (March 30, 1908 Stawell-March 16, 1971 Fitzroy) was an Australian personality.
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