Here are 8 famous musicians from England died at 33:
Gary Holton (September 22, 1952 East End of London-October 25, 1985 Wembley) also known as Garry Frederick Holton was an English singer, singer-songwriter, actor and musician. He had one child, Red Holton.
His albums: Sing It to Me and Ruby, The Very Best of Gary Holton and Casino Steel. Genres he performed: Heavy metal, Glam rock, Folk rock and Hard rock.
He died in drug overdose.
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Charles Stewart, 3rd Duke of Richmond (March 7, 1639 London-December 12, 1672 Helsingør) was an English personality.
He died caused by drowning.
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Keith Relf (March 22, 1943 Richmond, London-May 14, 1976 London) otherwise known as Relf, Keith, Keith William Relf, Renaissance or The Yardbirds was an English singer, guitarist, record producer, songwriter and musician. He had two children, Danny Relf and Jason Relf.
Discography: Mr. Zero / Knowing. Genres he performed: Blues, Heavy metal, Progressive rock, Folk rock, Blues rock, Hard rock and Psychedelic rock.
He died in electrocution.
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Robert Catesby (April 5, 1572 Lapworth-November 8, 1605) was an English personality.
He died as a result of firearm.
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Jack Randall (November 25, 1794 London-March 12, 1828) also known as jack_randall or The Nonpareil was an English professional boxer.
He died in alcoholism.
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Mark Finch (October 21, 1961 Manchester-January 14, 1995 San Francisco) was an English actor.
He died as a result of suicide.
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J. J. Ferris (May 21, 1867 Sydney-November 17, 1900 Durban) was an English personality.
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Fred Morley (December 16, 1850-September 1, 1884) was an English personality.
He died caused by edema.
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