Here are 18 famous musicians from United Kingdom died in Lung cancer:
George VI (December 14, 1895 Norfolk-February 6, 1952 Norfolk) a.k.a. Albert Frederick Arthur George, His Majesty The King, Albert Frederick Arthur George Wettin, Bertie, King George VI, Prince Albert, King George or Duke of York was a British politician. He had two children, Elizabeth II and Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon.
His albums: A Message to the Empire.
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George Harrison (February 25, 1943 Liverpool-November 29, 2001 Beverly Hills) a.k.a. George Harrysong, The Quiet Beatle, George Harold Harrison, George, Nelson Wilbury, George O'Hara-Smith, Carl Harrison, L'Angelo Misterioso, Hari Georgeson, Jairaj Hari san, George Harrison, MBE, Spike Wilbury or The Beatles was a British singer, musician, record producer, songwriter, guitarist, organist, keyboard player, film producer, singer-songwriter, actor and film score composer. His child is called Dhani Harrison.
His most well known albums: Wonderwall Music, Electronic Sound, All Things Must Pass, What Is Life, Living in the Material World, The Best of George Harrison, Dark Horse, Extra Texture (Read All About It), George Harrison and Somewhere in England. Genres he performed: Pop music, Rock music, Psychedelic rock, Experimental rock, Experimental music, World music and Indian classical music.
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Jessica Mitford (September 11, 1917 Gloucestershire-July 22, 1996 Oakland) also known as Jessica Lucy Freeman-Mitford was a British journalist, author and social activist. She had two children, Constancia Romilly and Julia Romilly.
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Alec Clunes (May 17, 1912 Brixton-March 13, 1970 London) also known as Alexander de Moro Sherriff Clunes, Alexander "Alec" Sheriff de Moro Clunes or Alexander Sheriff de Moro Clunes was a British actor and screenwriter. He had two children, Martin Clunes and Amanda Clunes.
His albums include Prokofiev: Peter and the Wolf / Britten: Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra.
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Michael Williams (July 9, 1935 Liverpool-January 11, 2001 Hampstead) a.k.a. Michael Leonard Williams or Michael Leonard Williams, KSG was a British actor and voice actor. He had one child, Finty Williams.
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Davy Graham (November 26, 1940 Hinckley-December 15, 2008) also known as Davey Graham, David Michael Gordon Graham, Graham, Davy or Graham, Davey was a British songwriter, musician and guitarist. He had two children, Kim Graham and Mercy Graham.
His albums: The Complete Guitarist, Midnight Man, Folk, Blues & Beyond, Fire in the Soul, All That Moody, Folk Blues and All Points in Between, After Hours: At Hull University, 4th February 1967, Large as Life and Twice as Natural, Goddington Boundary and Godington Boundry. Genres he performed: Folk music, World music, Blues, Jazz and Folk baroque.
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Mike Osborne (September 28, 1941 Hereford-September 19, 2007 Hereford) was a British musician.
His albums: Shapes and Force of Nature. Genres he performed include Jazz.
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Neil Aspinall (October 13, 1941 Prestatyn-March 24, 2008 Manhattan) also known as Neil Stanley Aspinall, Neil S. Aspinall or Nell was a British record producer, road manager and film producer.
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Richard Joseph (April 23, 1953 United Kingdom-March 4, 2007) also known as Joseph, Richard was a British composer and musician.
His most recognized albums: The Chaos Engine.
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Bruno Lawrence (February 12, 1941 Worthing-June 10, 1995 Wellington) also known as David Charles Gilbert Lawrence, David Charles Lawrence or David Lawrence was a British actor, screenwriter and musician.
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Alexis Korner (April 19, 1928 Paris-January 1, 1984 City of Westminster) also known as Korner, Alexis, Alexis Andrew Nicholas Koerner, Founding Father of British Blues, Alexis Korner and His New Church, Alexis Korner and Blues Incorporated or Alexis Corner was a British singer, historian, musician, songwriter, presenter, guitarist and actor. He had three children, Damian Korner, Nicholas Korner and Sappho Gillett Korner.
Discography: 1961-1972, Alexis Korner And... 1972-1983, Alexis Korner Blues, Bootleg Him!, Live in Paris, The Lost Album, Get Off My Cloud, Me, Kornerstoned: The Alexis Korner Anthology 1954-1983 and Got My Mojo Working. Genres he performed include Blues and Blues rock.
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Pete Bardens (June 19, 1945 Westminster-January 22, 2002 Malibu) a.k.a. Peter Bardens or Bardens, Pete was a British keyboard player and songwriter.
His albums: Heart to Heart, Seen One Earth, Speed of Light, Water Colors, The Art of Levitation, The Answer, Further Than You Know, Peter Bardens, Big Sky and Write My Name in the Dust: The Anthology. Genres: Progressive rock, New-age music, Rhythm and blues, Soul music and Rock music.
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Jean Simmons (January 31, 1929 Lower Holloway-January 22, 2010 Santa Monica) a.k.a. Jean Merilyn Simmons, Jean Simmonds or Jean Merilyn Simmons, OBE was a British actor, dancer and voice actor. She had two children, Kate Brooks and Tracy Granger.
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Dorothy Squires (March 25, 1915 Pontyberem-April 14, 1998 Llwynypia) otherwise known as Edna May Squires was a British singer, nurse and actor.
Her albums include The Best Of Dorothy Squires and Say It With Flowers. Genres she performed include Pop music and Traditional pop music.
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Paul Fox (April 11, 1951 United Kingdom-October 21, 2007 United Kingdom) also known as Fox, Paul was a British singer and guitarist.
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Tony Jay (February 2, 1933 London-August 13, 2006 Los Angeles) also known as Jay Snyder was a British actor, voice actor and singer. He had one child, Adam Jay.
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Brion Gysin (January 19, 1916 Taplow-July 13, 1986 Paris) a.k.a. Brion Gyson, Gysin, Brion or John Clifford Brian Gysin was a British artist, writer, poet, painter, visual artist and music artist.
His albums: Self-Portrait Jumping, Mektoub, Songs, The Pool K III and Live in London 1982.
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Alexander Young (December 28, 1938 Bridgeton, Glasgow-August 4, 1997 Hamburg) also known as Alex or Alex Young was a British guitarist, session musician, songwriter and music manager.
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