Here are 7 famous musicians from United Kingdom died in Drug overdose:
Keith Moon (August 23, 1946 Wembley-September 7, 1978 Westminster) also known as Moon The Loon, Moon, Keith, Keith John Moon, The Who or Nobby was a British drummer, musician, record producer, songwriter, composer, actor and model. He had one child, Amanda Jane Moon DeWolf.
His discography includes: Two Sides of the Moon. Genres: Rock music, Surf music, Pop music, Rhythm and blues, Hard rock, Protopunk, Pop rock, Blues, Skiffle, Heavy metal, Art rock and Power pop.
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George Sanders (July 3, 1906 Saint Petersburg-April 25, 1972 Castelldefels) a.k.a. George Henry Sanders, Georges Sanders or Greer, Joann & Sanders, George was a British actor, composer, singer-songwriter and author.
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Paul Kossoff (September 14, 1950 Hampstead-March 19, 1976 United States of America) also known as Kossoff Paul, Kossoff, Paul or Free was a British musician, songwriter and guitarist.
His albums: Koss, Stone Free, Live at Croydon Fairfield Halls, Back Street Crawler and Kossoff / Kirke / Tetsu / Rabbit. Genres: Hard rock, Rock music, Blues rock and Blues.
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John Entwistle (October 9, 1944 Chiswick-June 27, 2002 Paradise) a.k.a. John Entwhistle, John Alec Entwistle, Entwistle, John, The Who, Mr. Thunderfinger, The Ox, Thunderfingers, The Quiet One, Big Johnny, Twinkle or Big Johnny Twinkle was a British singer, musician, songwriter, bassist, record producer, film score composer, film producer and music producer. He had one child, Christopher Entwistle.
His discography includes: Whistle Rymes, King Biscuit Flower Hour: John Entwistle, Left for Live, Thunderfingers: The Best of John Entwistle, Too Late the Hero, Smash Your Head Against the Wall, Mad Dog, The Rock, Music from Van-Pires and So Who's the Bass Player? The Ox Anthology. Genres: Rock music, Hard rock, Pop rock, Rhythm and blues, Pop music, Art rock and Power pop.
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Phil Lynott (August 20, 1949 West Bromwich-January 4, 1986 Salisbury) also known as Philip Parris Lynott , Phillip Lynott, Philip Lynott or Lynott, Phil was a British singer, musician, record producer, bassist, singer-songwriter and songwriter. His children are called Sarah Lynott, Cathleen Lynott and Macdaragh Lambe.
His most well known albums: Live in Sweden 1983, Solo in Soho, The Philip Lynott Album, Yellow Pearl, The Man And His Music Update and Yellow Pearl a Collection. Genres: Hard rock, Heavy metal, Rock music, Blues rock, Pop music, Folk music and Psychedelic rock.
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Sebastian Horsley (August 8, 1962 Holderness-June 17, 2010) was a British writer, visual artist, artist and author.
Discography: Black Ship in the Underworld.
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Robbie McIntosh (May 6, 1950 Dundee-September 23, 1974 Los Angeles) a.k.a. McIntosh, Robbie or Robert Broderick James 'Robbie' McIntosh was a British drummer and musician.
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