English musicians who died due to Lung cancer

Here are 16 famous musicians from England died in Lung cancer:

Louis Hayward

Louis Hayward (March 19, 1909 Johannesburg-February 21, 1985 Palm Springs) a.k.a. Louis Charles Hayward was an English actor. He had one child, Dana Hayward.

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Mary of Teck

Mary of Teck (May 26, 1867 Kensington Palace-March 24, 1953 Marlborough House) also known as Victoria Mary Augusta Louise Olga Pauline Claudine Agnes, Her Majesty Queen Mary, May, Queen Mary or The Old Queen was an English , . She had six children, George VI, Mary, Princess Royal and Countess of Harewood, Prince John of the United Kingdom, Prince George, Duke of Kent, Edward VIII of the United Kingdom and Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester.

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Heddle Nash

Heddle Nash (June 14, 1894 Deptford-August 14, 1961) was an English singer.

His albums include Cello Concerto / The Dream of Gerontius.

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Carlo Little

Carlo Little (December 17, 1938 London-August 6, 2005 Cleadon) was an English drummer.

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Brian Pendleton

Brian Pendleton (April 13, 1944 Wolverhampton-May 16, 2001 Maidstone) was an English , .

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Michael Williams

Michael Williams (July 9, 1935 Liverpool-January 11, 2001 Hampstead) a.k.a. Michael Leonard Williams or Michael Leonard Williams, KSG was an English actor and voice actor. He had one child, Finty Williams.

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George Melly

George Melly (August 17, 1926 Liverpool-July 5, 2007 London) a.k.a. Melly, George, Alan George Heywood Melly or Good Time George was an English singer, writer, critic, actor and teacher.

His most recognized albums: Anything Goes, Goodtime George, Nuts, The Pye Jazz Anthology, Son of Nuts, Singing and Swinging the Blues and Best of Live. Genres: Jazz and Blues.

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Richard Van Allan

Richard Van Allan (May 28, 1935 Nottinghamshire-December 4, 2008 London) was an English , .

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Dick Katz

Dick Katz (March 13, 1924 Baltimore-November 10, 2009 Manhattan) a.k.a. Katz, Dick was an English jazz pianist, music arranger and record producer.

His discography includes: The Feeling Is Mutual and A Shade of Difference.

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Tim Hart

Tim Hart (January 9, 1948 Lincoln-December 24, 2009 La Gomera) also known as Hart, Tim was an English singer, musician, writer and photographer.

His albums include My Very Favourite Nursery Rhyme Record, The Drunken Sailor and other Kids Favourites, Tim Hart, Summer Solstice, Folk Songs of Olde England, Volume 2 and Folk Songs of Olde England, Volume 1. Genres he performed: Electric folk.

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Roy Castle

Roy Castle (August 31, 1932 Scholes, Holme Valley-September 2, 1994 Buckinghamshire) otherwise known as Castle, Roy was an English presenter, singer, comedian, actor, dancer and musician. His children are Ben Castle, Norberto Castronuovo, Julia Castle and Antonia Castle.

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Gery Scott

Gery Scott (October 5, 1923-December 14, 2005) a.k.a. Scott, Gery was an English singer.

Her albums: A Lot of Livin'.

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Nick Sanderson

Nick Sanderson (April 22, 1961 Sheffield-June 8, 2008) also known as Sanderson, Nick was an English musician and railroad engineer.

Genres related to him: Alternative rock.

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Reg Presley

Reg Presley (June 12, 1941 Andover-February 4, 2013 Andover) a.k.a. Reginald Maurice Ball was an English singer and songwriter.

Genres: Rock music and Pop music.

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Brion Gysin

Brion Gysin (January 19, 1916 Taplow-July 13, 1986 Paris) a.k.a. Brion Gyson, Gysin, Brion or John Clifford Brian Gysin was an English 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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Joe Cocker

Joe Cocker (May 20, 1944 Sheffield-December 22, 2014) also known as Joe Cooker, Cocker, Joe, Joe Crocker, John Robert Cocker, The Sheffield Soul Shouter, Vance Arnold, Joe Cocker and The Grease Band, The One and Only or Joe's Grease Band was an English singer, composer, actor and musician.

His albums include Hymn for My Soul, In the Studio, Let the Healing Begin, Mad Dogs & Englishmen, Simply the Best, The Best of Joe Cocker, Classic Cocker, Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood, The Very Best Of and The Ultimate Collection 1968–2003. Genres he performed include Rock music, Blues, Blues rock and Blue-eyed soul.

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