Here are 35 famous musicians from Belgium died before 40:
Rik Wouters (August 21, 1882 Mechelen-July 11, 1916) was a Belgian personality.
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Zénon Bacq (April 5, 2015-April 5, 1983) was a Belgian scientist.
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Jacques Errera (April 5, 2015-March 30, 1977) was a Belgian scientist.
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Claire Préaux (April 5, 2015-April 5, 1979) was a Belgian scientist.
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George Grard (April 5, 2015-April 5, 1984) was a Belgian personality.
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Alice Nahon (August 16, 1896 Belgium-May 21, 1933) was a Belgian personality.
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Johnny Claes (August 11, 1916 London-February 3, 1956 Brussels) also known as Claes, Johnny was a Belgian race car driver.
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Lucien Bianchi (November 10, 1934 Milan-March 30, 1969 Le Mans) was a Belgian race car driver.
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Stan Ockers (February 3, 1920 Belgium-October 1, 1956 Antwerp) was a Belgian personality.
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Frank Vandenbroucke (November 6, 1974 Mouscron-October 12, 2009 Saly) was a Belgian athlete. He had two children, Margaux Vandenbroucke and Cameron Vandenbroucke.
He died in embolism.
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Régis Genaux (August 31, 1973 Charleroi-November 8, 2008 Chaudfontaine) was a Belgian football player.
He died in pulmonary embolism.
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Marc Demeyer (April 19, 1950 Herentals-January 20, 1982 Merelbeke) was a Belgian personality.
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Ludo Coeck (September 25, 1955 Berchem-October 9, 1985 Edegem) was a Belgian personality.
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Wilfried Puis (February 18, 1943 Ostend-October 21, 1981) was a Belgian personality.
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Rudy Dhaenens (April 10, 1961 Deinze-April 6, 1998 Aalst) was a Belgian personality.
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John Raphael (April 30, 1882 Brussels-June 11, 1917 Rémy) was a Belgian personality.
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Hugo Debaere (March 28, 1958 Ghent-January 28, 1994 Ghent) was a Belgian personality.
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Ann Christy (September 22, 1945 Antwerp-August 7, 1984 Meise) a.k.a. An Christy, Christiane Leenaerts or Christy, Ann was a Belgian singer.
Her discography includes: Het beste van, De mooiste songs van Ann Christy, ...Maar ik ben Ann (disc 2), Het Beste met onuitgegeven liedjes, Gelukkig zijn, and . Genres related to her: Pop music.
She died as a result of cervical cancer.
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Paul van Ostaijen (February 22, 1896 Antwerp-March 18, 1928 Miavoye-Anthée) was a Belgian personality.
He died as a result of tuberculosis.
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Louise of Orléans (April 3, 1812 Palermo-October 11, 1850 Ostend) was a Belgian personality. She had four children, Louis Philippe, Crown Prince of Belgium, Leopold II of Belgium, Carlota of Mexico and Prince Philippe, Count of Flanders.
She died in tuberculosis.
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Serge Reding (December 23, 1941 Auderghem-June 28, 1975 Manila) was a Belgian personality.
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Victor Matthys (March 20, 1914-November 10, 1947) was a Belgian personality.
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Jean-Baptiste Fleuriot-Lescot (April 5, 1761 Brussels-July 28, 1794 Paris) was a Belgian architect, sculptor, revolutionary and sculpture.
He died caused by capital punishment.
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Rémy Belvaux (November 10, 1966 Namur, Belgium-September 4, 2006 Orry-la-Ville) a.k.a. Remy Belvaux or Rémy Nicolas Lucien Belvaux was a Belgian film producer, film director, actor, screenwriter and film editor.
He died in suicide.
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Guy Nève (April 24, 1955-June 28, 1992) was a Belgian race car driver.
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Jean Daumery (April 5, 1898 Brussels-May 1, 1934 Lausanne) a.k.a. John Daumery was a Belgian film director.
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Francisque Millet (April 27, 1642 Antwerp-June 3, 1679 Paris) was a Belgian personality.
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Fernande de Cartier de Marchienne (February 23, 1872-June 19, 1903 Brussels) was a Belgian personality. She had one child, Marguerite Yourcenar.
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Yvonne George (April 5, 1896 Brussels-May 16, 1930 Genoa) also known as Yvonne de Knops was a Belgian actor.
She died in tuberculosis.
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Eugene Deckers (April 5, 2015 France-April 5, 1977) otherwise known as Eugène Deckers, G. Deckers, Deckers or E. Deckers was a Belgian actor.
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Christian Beck (January 4, 1879 Verviers-February 29, 1916) was a Belgian poet. He had one child, Béatrix Beck.
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Henri Gonay (July 21, 1913-June 14, 1944 Jersey) was a Belgian airman.
He died as a result of killed in action.
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Antoinette de Mérode (September 28, 1828 Brussels-February 10, 1864 Paris) a.k.a. Antoinette Ghislaine, Princess of Monaco or Antoinette Ghislaine de Merode was a Belgian personality. Her child is Albert I, Prince of Monaco.
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Albert Huybrechts (February 12, 1899 Dinant-February 21, 1938) was a Belgian personality.
His discography includes: .
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Clément Pansaers (May 1, 1885 Belgium-October 31, 1922 Brussels) was a Belgian writer.
He died as a result of lymphoma.
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