Famous music stars died as a result of Bleeding

Here are 6 famous musicians from the world died in Bleeding:

E. E. Cummings

E. E. Cummings (October 14, 1894 Cambridge-September 3, 1962 North Conway) otherwise known as E.E. Cummings, Edward Estlin Cummings, e e cummings, Cummings, e_e_cummings, Cummings, E. E. or Edward Estlin "E.E." Cummings was an American writer, painter, poet, playwright, essayist and author. He had one child, Nancy Thayer Andrews.

Read more about E. E. Cummings on Wikipedia »

Claude Rains

Claude Rains (November 10, 1889 Camberwell-May 30, 1967 Laconia) a.k.a. William Claude Rains or 'Willy Wains' was an American actor. He had one child, Jessica Rains.

Read more about Claude Rains on Wikipedia »

Ron "Pigpen" McKernan

Ron "Pigpen" McKernan (September 8, 1945 San Bruno-March 8, 1973 Corte Madera) also known as Ron McKernan, The Grateful Dead, Pigpen, Ronald C. McKernan, Ronald Charles McKernan or Ronald C. "Pigpen" McKernan was an American singer, musician and songwriter.

Genres he performed: Blues, Psychedelic rock and Rock music.

Read more about Ron "Pigpen" McKernan on Wikipedia »

Jeff Chandler

Jeff Chandler (December 15, 1918 Brooklyn-June 17, 1961 Culver City) also known as Ira Grossel or Big Gray was an American actor and singer. He had two children, Jamie Tucker and Dana Grossel.

Read more about Jeff Chandler on Wikipedia »

Peter Cook

Peter Cook (November 17, 1937 Torquay-January 9, 1995 Hampstead) also known as Peter Edward Cook was an English comedian, actor, screenwriter and satirist. He had two children, Daisy Cook and Lucy Cook.

His discography includes: Why Bother?, Good Evening, The Best Of Peter Cook And Dudley Moore - Volume One, Beyond the Fringe and The World of Pete & Dud.

Read more about Peter Cook on Wikipedia »

MickDeth

MickDeth (March 9, 1978 Salt Lake City-June 2, 2013 Salt Lake City) also known as Mick Morris was an American guitarist, musician and bassist.

Genres related to him: Heavy metal, Hard rock, Alternative metal, Metalcore, Punk rock and Hardcore punk.

Read more about MickDeth on Wikipedia »

Related articles