English musicians died at 80

Here are 20 famous musicians from England died at 80:

Billy Butlin

Billy Butlin (September 29, 1899 Cape Town-June 12, 1980 Jersey) a.k.a. William Edmund Butlin was an English personality.

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Matthew Boulton

Matthew Boulton (September 3, 1728 Birmingham-August 17, 1809 Birmingham) was an English engineer and manufacturer. He had one child, Matthew Robinson Boulton.

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Cyril Garbett

Cyril Garbett (February 6, 1875 Tongham-December 31, 1955 West Riding of Yorkshire) was an English personality.

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H. D. G. Leveson Gower

H. D. G. Leveson Gower (May 8, 1873 Titsey Place-February 1, 1954 Kensington) was an English personality.

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John Gilbert

John Gilbert (July 21, 1817 England-October 5, 1897) was an English personality.

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Randolph Sutton

Randolph Sutton (April 5, 1888-February 28, 1969) was an English singer.

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Esmond Knight

Esmond Knight (May 4, 1906 East Sheen-February 23, 1987 London) otherwise known as Esmond Penington Knight was an English actor. His child is Rosalind Knight.

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Julius Benedict

Julius Benedict (November 27, 1804 Stuttgart-June 5, 1885 Stuttgart) also known as Benedict, Julius was an English conductor.

His albums: The Romantic Piano Concerto, Volume 48: Benedict: Concerto in C minor, op. 45 / Concerto in E-flat major, op. 89 / Macfarren: Concertst├╝ck. Genres he performed include Opera.

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Jack Young

Jack Young (October 14, 1912 Paddington-February 5, 1993 St John's Wood) was an English personality.

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John Hawkshaw

John Hawkshaw (April 9, 1811 Leeds-June 2, 1891 London) was an English engineer and civil engineer.

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Charles Fox

Charles Fox (December 22, 1797-April 18, 1878 Falmouth) was an English businessperson and scientist.

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Sir Nathaniel Wraxall, 1st Baronet

Sir Nathaniel Wraxall, 1st Baronet (April 8, 1751-November 7, 1831 Dover) was an English personality.

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E. C. Bentley

E. C. Bentley (July 10, 1875 London-March 30, 1956 London) also known as Edmund Clerihew Bentley or E.C. Bentley was an English writer.

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Thomas Earnshaw

Thomas Earnshaw (February 4, 1749 Ashton-under-Lyne-March 1, 1829 London) was an English watchmaker.

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Joe Loss

Joe Loss (June 22, 1909 Spitalfields-June 6, 1990) also known as Loss, Joe was an English bandleader, musician, music arranger and composer.

His albums include Joe Loss Plays The Big Band Greats and In The Mood For Dancing. Genres he performed include Big Band and Swing music.

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Ephraim Longworth

Ephraim Longworth (October 2, 1887 England-January 7, 1968) was an English personality.

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William Dugdale

William Dugdale (September 12, 1605 Shustoke-February 10, 1686) was an English personality. His child is called John Dugdale.

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Arthur Keen

Arthur Keen (January 23, 1835-February 8, 1915) was an English politician.

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Arthur Smith Woodward

Arthur Smith Woodward (May 23, 1864 Macclesfield-September 2, 1944 Haywards Heath) was an English personality.

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Adrian Scott Stokes

Adrian Scott Stokes (December 23, 1854 Southport-November 30, 1935 London) a.k.a. Charles Adrian Scott Stokes or Adrian Stokes was an English personality.

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