British music stars deceased in HIV/AIDS

Here are 5 famous musicians from United Kingdom died in HIV/AIDS:

Derek Jarman

Derek Jarman (January 31, 1942 Northwood, London-February 19, 1994 London) also known as Michael Derek Elworthy Jarman or Jarman, Derek was a British writer, artist, film director, gardener, author, cinematographer, actor, screenwriter, visual artist, musician, set designer, production designer and film editor.

His discography includes: Blue and Blue.

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Kenny Everett

Kenny Everett (December 25, 1944 Seaforth-April 4, 1995 London) also known as Maurice James Christopher Cole was a British presenter, actor and screenwriter.

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Michael Staniforth

Michael Staniforth (December 15, 1942 Birmingham-July 31, 1987) was a British actor.

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Stephen Oliver

Stephen Oliver (March 10, 1950 Chester-April 29, 1992 London) also known as Stephen Michael Harding Oliver was a British opera composer and film score composer.

Genres he performed: Opera and 20th-century classical music.

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Tony De Vit

Tony De Vit (September 12, 1957 Kidderminster-July 2, 1998 Birmingham) also known as Tont De Vit, De Vit, Tony or TDV was a British disc jockey.

His albums: Global Underground 001: Tony de Vit in Tel Aviv, Global Underground 005: Tony de Vit in Tokyo, Are You All Ready?, Do What You Do (feat. Petronella), The Dawn, I Don't Care / Resistance Is Futile, Hooked, An Introspective of House: 3rd Dimension, A Retrospective of House 91'-95', Volume Two and The Remixers. Genres he performed include Dance music, Hi-NRG, Hard NRG, UK hard house, House music and Techno.

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