Here are 5 famous musicians from Australia died in Cancer:
Slim Dusty (June 13, 1927 Kempsey-September 19, 2003 Sydney) otherwise known as Slim Newton, Dusty, Slim or David Gordon Kirkpatrick was an Australian singer, songwriter and record producer. His children are called Anne Kirkpatrick and David Kirkpatrick.
His discography includes: Land of Lots of Time, Song of Australia, The Men From Nulla Nulla, West of Winton, Side by Side, A Piece of Australia, A Time to Remember, Beer Drinking Songs of Australia, Coming Home and Dusty Tracks.
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Belinda Emmett (April 12, 1974 Gosford-November 11, 2006 Sydney) also known as Belinda Jane Emmett, Belinda Jane "Belle" Emmett or Belle was an Australian singer and actor.
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Charles Mackerras (November 17, 1925 Schenectady-July 14, 2010 London) a.k.a. Alan Charles Maclaurin Mackerras, Charles Mackeras, Sir Alan Charles Maclaurin Mackerras, Sir Alan Charles Maclaurin Mackerras, AC, CH, CBE or Sir Charles Mackerras was an Australian oboist, conductor and musician. He had two children, Fiona Mackerras and Catherine Mackerras.
His discography includes: Double Concerto, etc. (Prague Symphony Orchestra feat. conductor: Sir Charles Mackerras), The Planets, The Mikado, Nutcracker, Brigg Fair / North Country Sketches / The Walk to the Paradise Garden / In a Summer Garden, The Four Symphonies, The Makropulos Case, , Symphonic Poems and Violin Concertos.
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Don Banks (October 25, 1923 Melbourne-September 5, 1980) a.k.a. Donald Banks, Donald Oscar Banks or Banks, Don was an Australian composer.
Genres he performed include Film score.
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Wendy Hughes (July 29, 1952 Melbourne-March 8, 2014 Sydney) was an Australian actor and film producer. She had two children, Charlotte Haywood and Jay Juillet.
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