Here are 5 famous musicians from United Kingdom died in Pancreatic cancer:
Rex Harrison (March 5, 1908 Huyton-June 2, 1990 New York City) otherwise known as Reginald Carey Harrison, Sir Rex Harrison, Sexy Rexy, Sir Reginald Carey "Rex" Harrison or Sir Reginald Carey Harrison was a British actor. His children are Noel Harrison, Carey Harrison, Damian Harris and Jamie Harris.
His most recognized albums: My Fair Lady (1956 original Broadway cast).
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Jon Lord (June 9, 1941 Leicester-July 16, 2012 London) otherwise known as Lord, Jon, Jonathan Douglas Lord, Deep Purple, Lord of the Hammond or Jon Douglas Lord was a British musician, composer, songwriter, organist, keyboard player, pianist and film score composer.
His albums: Beyond the Notes, Pictured Within, Before I Forget, Gemini Suite (London Symphony Orchestra feat. conductor: Malcolm Arnold, vocals: Tony Ashton, Yvonne Elliman, drums: Ian Paice, piano: Jon Lord, organ: Jon Lord, bass guitar: Roger Glover, guitar: Albert Lee), Sarabande, Masters collection, Jon Lord: Durham Concerto, Windows, To Notice Such Things and Boom of the Tingling Strings (Odense Symfoniorkester feat. conductor: Paul Mann, piano: Nelson Goerner). Genres he performed: Hard rock, Heavy metal, 20th-century classical music, Neoclassicism, Blues rock, Progressive rock, Jazz fusion, Jazz, Rock music and Psychedelic rock.
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Eric Griffiths (October 31, 1940 Denbigh-January 29, 2005 Edinburgh) was a British , .
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Kenneth McKellar (June 23, 1927 Paisley-April 9, 2010 Lake Tahoe) a.k.a. Mckellar, Kenneth was a British singer.
His most important albums: A Man Without Love, Ecco Di Napoli, Kenneth McKellar - The Decca Years 1955-1975 (Disc 2), The Bluebells of Scotland and The Decca Years 1955-1975 - Disc 1.
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Pepsi Tate (March 10, 1965 Dinas Powys-September 18, 2007 Penarth) a.k.a. Huw Justin Smith, Boy or The Boy was a British bassist.
Genres: Glam metal.
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