Here are 4 famous musicians from England died in Liver tumour:
Ted Hughes (August 17, 1930 Mytholmroyd-October 28, 1998 London) otherwise known as Edward James Hughes OM, Edward James Hughes, Hughes, Ted or Edward James "Ted" Hughes was an English poet, playwright and writer. He had three children, Frieda Hughes, Nicholas Hughes and Shura Hughes.
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Gertrude Lawrence (July 4, 1898 London-September 6, 1952 New York City) otherwise known as Gertrude Alexandria Dagmar Lawrence-Klasen, Lawrence, Gertrude, Gertrude Alice Dagmar Klasen or Gee was an English singer and actor. Her child is called Pamela Howley.
Her most well known albums: The King and I / Lady in the Dark / Nymph Errant, My Ship / Jerry and Someone to Watch Over Me.
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Matt Monro (December 1, 1930 Shoreditch-February 7, 1985 London) also known as Matt Monroe, From Russia with love - Matt Monro, Matt Munro, Terence Edward Parsons, Monro, Matt or Matt Munroe was an English singer.
His discography includes: Born Free: His Greatest Hits, The Ultimate Matt Monro, This Is the Life / Here's to My Lady, Best of Matt Monro, From Matt Monro With Love, Heart Breakers: 20 Golden Greats From Matt Monro, A Time for Love, Heart of the Man, The Very Best of Matt Monro and A Song for Europe. Genres: Easy listening.
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Ronald Binge (July 15, 1910 Derby-September 6, 1979 Ringwood) also known as Binge, Ronald was an English film score composer. He had two children, Margaret Binge and Christopher Binge.
His albums include The Watermill / Scottish Rhapsody / Trade Winds / The Whispering Valley / Concerto for Alto Saxophone / Elizabethan Serenade.
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