Here are 12 famous musicians from Australia died at 67:
Redmond Barry (June 7, 1813 Republic of Ireland-November 23, 1880) otherwise known as Judge Redmond Barry was an Australian judge.
He died caused by pneumonia.
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Bobbi Sykes (August 16, 1943 Townsville-November 14, 2010) otherwise known as Roberta B. Sykes was an Australian writer.
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Charles Sladen (August 26, 1816 Kent-February 22, 1884 Geelong) was an Australian lawyer and politician.
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Olga Masters (May 28, 1919 Pambula-September 27, 1986 Wollongong) also known as Olga Lawler was an Australian writer, journalist and novelist. Her children are Chris Masters, Roy Masters and Ian Masters.
She died as a result of brain tumor.
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Kim Santow (March 11, 1941-April 10, 2008) a.k.a. The Honourable Justice Geza Francis Kim Santow or Judge Kim Santow was an Australian judge and college administrator.
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Alfred Stephens (August 28, 1865 Toowoomba-April 15, 1933) was an Australian personality.
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Neil O'Sullivan (August 2, 1900 Toowong-July 4, 1968 Sydney) was an Australian lawyer and politician.
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Florence Stawell (May 2, 1869-June 9, 1936) was an Australian personality.
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Gregan McMahon (March 2, 1874 Sydney-August 30, 1941) was an Australian actor and theatrical producer.
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Finlay Crisp (January 19, 1917 Sandringham-December 21, 1984 Canberra) was an Australian personality.
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Albert Henry Fullwood (March 15, 1863 Birmingham-October 1, 1930) was an Australian personality.
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Albert Dunstan (July 26, 1882 Donald-April 14, 1950 Camberwell) was an Australian politician.
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