Here are 50 famous musicians from the world died in Cardiac arrest:
The Amazing Criswell (August 7, 1907 Princeton-October 4, 1982 Burbank) a.k.a. Criswell was an American , .
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James Stewart (May 20, 1908 Indiana-July 2, 1997 Beverly Hills) a.k.a. James Maitland Stewart, Jimmy Stewart, The Ordinary Hero, Lieutenant James Stewart or Jimmy was an American actor, pilot, military officer and television director. His children are Kelly Stewart-Harcourt, Judy Stewart-Merrill, Michael Stewart and Ronald Stewart.
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Tupac Shakur (June 16, 1971 East Harlem-September 13, 1996 Las Vegas) a.k.a. 2Pac, 2 PAC, Tupac Amaru Shakur, 2 Pac Fe. Dr. Dre, TuPac, Lesane Parish Crooks, Makaveli, 2pac (Makaveli the Don), 2 Pac Shakur or Pac was an American record producer, poet, songwriter, social activist, rapper, actor, dancer, screenwriter and writer.
Discography: 2Pacalypse Now, Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z..., Me Against the World, California Love, All Eyez on Me, How Do U Want It, R U Still Down? (Remember Me), Untouchable, Do for Love and Changes. Genres he performed include Gangsta rap, Hip hop music, West Coast hip hop and Political hip hop.
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Tony Curtis (June 3, 1925 The Bronx-September 29, 2010 Henderson) also known as Bernard Schwartz, Bernard Herschel Schwartz, Anthony Curtis, James Curtis or Boinie was an American actor and painter. He had six children, Jamie Lee Curtis, Kelly Curtis, Alexandra Curtis, Nicholas Curtis, Allegra Curtis and Ben Curtis.
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Christopher Reeve (September 25, 1952 New York City-October 10, 2004 Mount Kisco) also known as Christopher D'Olier Reeve, Chris or Toph was an American actor, author, television producer, voice actor, film director, screenwriter and film producer. He had three children, Matthew Reeve, Alexandra Reeve and William Reeve.
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Mark Heard (December 16, 1951 Macon-August 16, 1992 Chicago) also known as Ideola, John Mark Heard, Giovanni Audiori, Leroy Cahuenga or Billy B. & The Beez Nees was an American record producer, singer, singer-songwriter and songwriter.
His discography includes: Appalachian Melody, Fingerprint, Stop the Dominoes, Victims of the Age, Eye of the Storm, Ashes and Light, Mosaics, Dry Bones Dance, Second Hand and Satellite Sky. Genres he performed: Christian music and Folk rock.
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Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan (October 13, 1948 Faisalabad-August 16, 1997 London) also known as Nursat Fateh Ali Khan, Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Nusrat Fateh Ali Kahn, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khah, Nusrat Fatha Ali Khan, Nusrat Fatch Ali Khan, Nusrat Faeh Ali Khan, Nusrath Fateh Ali Khan, Khan, Nusrat Fateh Ali, Shahenshah-e-Qawwali, Fateh Ali Khan, Nusrat, The Ali Khan Family, Late Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Pervez Fateh Ali Khan, NFAK or Khan Saheb was a Pakistani musician, singer and film score composer. He had one child, Nida.
His albums include ...Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya, The Final Studio Recordings, The Rough Guide to Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, The Ultimate Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Volume 1: 1978-1982, The Ultimate Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Volume 2: 1983-1984, Aansoo, Akhiyan Noon Chain Na Aave, Bandit Queen, Chan Sajna and Chilman. Genres: Qawwali, Ghazal and Jazz fusion.
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Sathya Sai Baba (November 23, 1926 Puttaparthi-April 24, 2011 Puttaparthi) otherwise known as Satya Sai Baba K., Sathyanarayana Raju, Sri Sathya Sai Baba, Sathya Baba, Sai Baba Sathya, Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba, Sathya Sai Baba K. or Baba, Sri Sathya Sai was an Indian film producer.
His albums: Embodiment of Love.
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Maurice Gibb (December 22, 1949 Douglas-January 12, 2003 Miami Beach) otherwise known as Maurice Ernest Gibb, Gibb, Maurice, Maurice Ernest Gibb CBE, The Quiet One or Mo was a singer, record producer, singer-songwriter, musician, actor and film score composer. He had two children, Samantha Gibb and Adam Gibb.
His discography includes: A Breed Apart. Genres: Pop music, Disco, Rock music, Soft rock, Blue-eyed soul, Funk, Adult contemporary music, Progressive rock and Blues rock.
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Joan Rivers (June 8, 1933 Brooklyn-September 4, 2014 New York City) a.k.a. Joan Alexandra Molinsky, Queen of the Barbed One-liners, Pepper January, The Queen Of Comedy, @joan_rivers, Ms. Joan Rivers, Jake and Joan Jim or Rivers, Joan was an American comedian, talk show host, actor, screenwriter, tv personality, writer, voice actor and television producer. She had one child, Melissa Rivers.
Her albums include The Next To Last Joan Rivers Album, Mr. Phyllis And Other Funny Stories, Don't Start With Me and What Becomes A Semi-Legend Most?.
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Arthur Fiedler (December 17, 1894 Boston-July 10, 1979 Brookline) also known as Fiedler, Arthur was an American conductor. He had three children, Johanna Fiedler, Deborah Fiedler and Peter Fiedler.
Discography: Chet Atkins Picks on the Pops, American Salute, The Pops Goes Country, Arthur Fiedler's Christmas Pops, Volume 1, Arthur Fiedler's Christmas Pops, Volume 2, Arthur Fiedler's Christmas Pops, Arthur Fielder & The Boston Pops Play The Beatles, Pops Christmas Party, Broadway's Greatest Hits and Sixties Classics: The Encore Collection.
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Peter Lawford (September 7, 1923 London-December 24, 1984 Los Angeles) otherwise known as Peter Sydney Ernest Aylen, Brother-in-Lawford, Lawford or Peter Sydney Ernest Lawford was an American actor and film producer. He had four children, Christopher Lawford, Robin Elizabeth Lawford, Sydney Maleia Kennedy Lawford and Victoria Francis Lawford.
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Friedrich Gulda (May 16, 1930 Vienna-January 27, 2000 Steinbach am Attersee) also known as Gulda, Friedrich was an Austrian jazz pianist, pianist and film score composer. He had three children, Rico Gulda, Wolfgang Gulda and Paul Gulda.
Discography: Mozart - Klaviersonate D-Dur, Fantasie C-Moll, Klaviersonate B-Dur, Sieben Galgenlieder, Symphonies 24, 25, 26, 27, and 32, Friedrich Gulda Spielt Mozart Klaviersonaten, Piano Sonata No.32 in C minor Op. 111, Wintermeditation, Play Piano Play, Wann i geh', Midlife Harvest, Concerto for Myself (Münchner Philharmoniker feat. conductor & piano: Friedrich Gulda) and Gulda Plays Bach.
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Erroll Garner (June 15, 1923 Pittsburgh-January 2, 1977 Los Angeles) also known as Errol Garner, Erroll Gardner, Erroll Louis Garner, Garner, Erroll, The Debussy of Jazz, Elf or Oooh-chi-cooo was an American composer, jazz pianist and musician.
His albums include That's My Kick, Body & Soul, The Essence of Erroll Garner, Verve Jazz Masters 7, Now Playing: A Night at the Movies & Up in Erroll's Room, The Chronological Classics: Erroll Garner 1945-1946, The Greatest Garner, Afternoon of an Elf, Closeup in Swing and a New Kind of Love and Compact Jazz: Erroll Garner. Genres: Jazz.
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Rajkumar (April 24, 1929 Gajanur-April 12, 2006 Bangalore) also known as Singanalluru Puttaswamayya Muthuraju, Mutturaju Singanalluru Puttaswamayya, Dr. Rajkumar, Annavru, Raj Kumar, Gaana Gandharva, Natasarvabhouma, Rajanna, Mutturaju, Annavaru, Gaana Gandarva, Dr. Raj Kumar, Bangarada Manushya or Mutturajar was an Indian actor and singer. He had five children, Puneeth Rajkumar, Raghavendra Rajkumar, Shiva Rajkumar, Poornima and Lakshmi.
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Sterling Holloway (January 4, 1905 Cedartown-November 22, 1992 Los Angeles) a.k.a. Sterling Price Holloway Jr., Sterling Halloway, Holloway or Sterling Price Holloway, Jr. was an American actor and voice actor. His child is called Richard Holloway.
His albums include Winnie-the-Pooh and Tigger Too.
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Chi Cheng (July 15, 1970 Stockton-April 13, 2013 Sacramento) also known as Cheng, Chi was an American bassist, musician and poet.
His albums include The Bamboo Parachute. Genres related to him: Trip hop, Experimental rock, Alternative metal, Nu metal, Rock music, Heavy metal, Spoken word and Post-metal.
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O. P. Nayyar (January 16, 1926 Lahore-January 28, 2007 Mumbai) also known as Omkar Prasad Nayyar, O.P. Nayyar, O P Naiyyar, O.P. Naiyyar or OP Naiyyar was an Indian film score composer.
His albums: Nishchaiy, Kismat, Aar Paar, Phir wohi dil laya hoon, The Magnificent O.P. Nayyar: His Memorable Film Hits, Kashmir Ki Kali, , , and Mere Sanam. Genres he performed: Film score.
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Willie Mitchell (March 1, 1928 Ashland-January 5, 2010 Memphis) a.k.a. Mitchell, Willie or Willie L. Mitchell was an American record producer, songwriter, musician, bandleader, singer, music arranger and film score composer. His child is Lawrence "Boo" Mitchell.
His albums include Soul Serenade - the Best of Willie Mitchell, Solid Soul, My Babe / Teenie's Dream, Poppa Willie: The Hi Years: 1962-74, Ooh Baby, You Turn Me On and That Driving Beat / Everything Is Gonna Be Alright. Genres he performed include Funk, Pop music, Rhythm and blues, Soul music and Rock and roll.
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Maggie Estep (February 11, 1963 Summit-February 12, 2014 Albany) also known as Estep, Maggie was an American singer.
Her albums: Love Is a Dog From Hell and No More Mister Nice Girl.
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J Dilla (February 7, 1974 Detroit-February 10, 2006 Los Angeles) otherwise known as Jay Dee, James Yancey, James Dewitt Yancey, James 'Jay Dee' Yancey, Dilla Dawg, Dill Withers, Mcnasty or J. Dilla was an American disc jockey, rapper, film score composer, singer, musician and record producer. He had two children, Ty-Monae Whitlow and Ja’Mya Yancey.
His albums: Donuts, The Shining, Jay Love Japan, Vintage: Unreleased Instrumentals, Ruff Draft, Welcome 2 Detroit, Pause, Vol. 1: Unreleased, Vol. 2: Vintage and Donuts EP: J. Rocc's Picks. Genres he performed: Alternative hip hop, Neo soul, Abstract hip hop, Hip hop music and Midwest hip hop.
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John Mogensen (May 5, 1928 Copenhagen-April 10, 1977 Dragør) otherwise known as Mogensen, John was a Danish pianist, singer-songwriter, actor and composer. He had one child, Mina Mogensen.
His albums include 16 Gyldne Hits, Der er noget galt i Danmark, John Mogensen, John's Allerbedste, John, Nordstjernen, Stop En Halv, Så længe mit hjerte slår, Taurus and John Som Han Var 3.
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Gheorghe Dinică (January 1, 1934 Bucharest-November 10, 2009 Bucharest) also known as Gheorghe Dinica was a Romanian actor and film director.
Discography: Cântece de petrecere, volumul 2, Parol că te iubesc, Cântece de petrecere and Romanțe.
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Emil Botta (September 15, 1911 Adjud-July 24, 1977 Bucharest) was a Romanian author and actor.
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Michael Jackson (August 29, 1958 Gary-June 25, 2009 Holmby Hills) also known as The King of Pop, Michael Joseph Jackson, King of Pop, The Gloved One, MJ, John Jay Smith, Wacko Jacko, Jacko, Applehead, Smelly, Michael Joe Jackson, Space Michael or Mike was an American record producer, businessperson, actor, singer-songwriter, musician, choreographer, film producer, entertainer, dancer, film score composer, music arranger, voice actor, screenwriter, film director and music artist. He had three children, Paris-Michael Katherine Jackson, Prince Michael Jackson II and Michael Joseph Jackson, Jr..
His most important albums: Ben, Music & Me, Forever, Michael, Off the Wall, Bad, Smooth Criminal, Dangerous, Black or White, In the Closet and HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book 1. Genres: Funk, Rock music, Rhythm and blues, New jack swing, Motown Sound, Dance-pop, Soul music, Disco, Pop music, Dance music, Contemporary R&B, Adult contemporary music, Electronic music, Pop rock and Post-disco.
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Donald Martino (May 16, 1931 Plainfield-December 8, 2005 Antigua) also known as Martino, Donald or Donald James Martino was an American composer, teacher and musician.
His albums include A Jazz Set (feat. The Core Ensemble).
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Lionel Newman (January 4, 1916 New Haven-February 3, 1989 Los Angeles) was an American conductor, pianist, composer and film score composer. His children are called Carroll Newman, Deborah Newman Sharpe and Jenifer Newman.
Discography: Kiss Them for Me, The True Story Of Jesse James / The Last Wagon, Two Flags West / North to Alaska, These Thousand Hills / The Proud Ones, River of No Return / Niagara and John Wayne at Fox - The Westerns. Genres: Film score.
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Hans J. Salter (January 14, 1896 Vienna-July 23, 1994 Studio City) also known as Hans Salter, H.J. Salter or Hans Julius Salter was an American film score composer.
His albums include Malpertuis / Horror Rhapsody, The Far Horizons / Secret of the Incas and The Incredible Shrinking Man.
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Northern Calloway (January 22, 1948 New York City-January 9, 1990 Sleepy Hollow) also known as Northern James Calloway or Northern J. Calloway was an American actor.
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Parviz Meshkatian (May 15, 1955 Nishapur-September 21, 2009 Tehran) was an Iranian composer. He had two children, and .
Genres: Persian traditional music.
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Maurice Chevalier (September 12, 1888 Ménilmontant-January 1, 1972 Paris) a.k.a. Maurice Auguste Chevalier, Maurice Chavalier or Mo was a French singer, actor, entertainer and dancer.
His albums: Forever Gold, Les triomphes de la chanson française, Volume 14, Paris sera toujours Paris, Étoiles de la chanson, Early Movie Hits, The Immortal Maurice Chevalier, Valentine, Dernier Concert, Valentine and Portrait Of.
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Jimmy Scott (July 17, 1925 Cleveland-June 12, 2014 Las Vegas) also known as Little Jimmy Scott, James Victor Scott or James V. Scott was an American singer, actor, elevator operator and shipping clerk. He had one child, Tracy Porter.
His albums include Moon Glow, All Over Again, All the Way, But Beautiful, Dream, Falling in Love Is Wonderful, Holding Back the Years, Little Jimmy Scott, Lost and Found and Mood Indigo. Genres related to him: Jazz.
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Cliff Edwards (June 14, 1895 Hannibal-July 17, 1971 Los Angeles) a.k.a. Clifton A. Edwards, Ukulele Ike, Cliff 'Ukelele Ike' Edwards, Cliff 'Ukulele Ike' Edwards, Ciff 'Ukulele Ike' Edwards or Ukelele Ike was an American singer, actor and voice actor.
His albums include Singing in the Rain, 1930's Radio Transcriptions, Singin' in the Rain, The Vintage Recordings of Cliff Edwards, Good Little, Bad Little You / Me and the Man in the Moon, Mr. Insurance Man / When You Gotta Go, You Gotta Go, I'm a Bear in a Lady's Boudoir, Ukulele Ike Sings Again and When You Wish Upon a Star. Genres: Jazz.
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Flemming Jørgensen (February 7, 1947 Randers-January 1, 2011 Egå) also known as Jørgensen, Flemming Bamse, Flemming Bamse Jørgensen, Bamse, Bamses Venner, Flemming 'Bamse' Jørgensen or Flemming "Bamse" Duun Jørgensen was a Danish singer, songwriter, musician and actor.
Discography: Be My Guest, 34 Fede Hits, Always on My Mind, Bamse's Allerbedste, Din Sang, Stand by Me, 15 stærke på stribe, Love Me Tender, and . Genres: Pop music.
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'Little' Jimmy Dickens (December 19, 1920 Bolt, West Virginia-January 2, 2015) a.k.a. 'Little' Jimmie Dickens, Little Jimmy Dickens, 'Little' Jimmy Dickins, Jimmy Dickins, Little Jimmy Dickins, Dickens, 'Little' Jimmy, James Cecil Dickens, Tater or Jimmy Cecil Dickens was an American singer, musician, composer and film score composer.
His albums: Comes Callin', Out Behind the Barn (disc 1), I'm Little but I'm Loud, Take Me as I Am / Black Eyed Joes, Handle With Care and Country Boy. Genres related to him: Country.
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Marc Aryan (November 14, 1926 Valence-November 30, 1985 Ohain) also known as Aryan, Marc was a Belgian , .
His albums: 20 Chansons d'or, Volume 2.
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Warda al-Jazairia (July 22, 1939 Puteaux-May 17, 2012 Cairo) a.k.a. Warda, Warda Jazairia, The Algerian Rose, Warda El Djazairya, Ouarda, Warda Fatouki, Warda El Gazserya, Warda El - Gazairia or Warda Al Jazairia was an Algerian singer and actor. She had two children, Wedad Qasiri and Riyad Qasiri.
Her albums: Nagham El Hawa, Fe Youm We Laylah, Khaleek hina, Erga' lehayatak and Belly Dance with Warda and Abdel Halim Hafez. Her related genres: Arabic music and Arabic pop music.
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Lalgudi Jayaraman (September 17, 1930 Chennai-April 22, 2013 Chennai) also known as Jayaraman, Lalgudi or Shri Lalgudi G Jayaraman was an Indian composer, violinist and musician. His children are Lalgudi Vijayalakshmi and G. J. R. Krishnan.
His albums: Sri Krishna Gana Sabha, Volume 2, Live at Shanmukhananda Hall, Violin Virtuoso, Ragam Thanam Pallavi, and Violin. Genres related to him: Jazz, Classical music, Fusion, Carnatic music, Jazz fusion and Indian classical music.
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George Burns (January 20, 1896 New York City-March 9, 1996 Beverly Hills) also known as Nathan Birnbaum, Nattie, George N. Burns, Nattie Birnbaum, Burns, Naftaly Birnbaum or Naftaly (Nathan) Birnbaum was an American comedian, actor, television producer, radio personality and writer. He had two children, Ronnie Burns and Sandra Burns.
His albums: George Burns Sings and I Wish I Was Eighteen Again.
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Manna Dey (May 1, 1919 Kolkata-October 24, 2013 Bangalore) also known as Dey, Manna, Prabodh Chandra Dey, Manna Day, Manna De, Mana Dey, Mannaday, Mannadey or Mannade was an Indian singer, playback singer and film score composer. His children are Shuroma Dey and Sumita Dey.
His albums: Ami Je Jalsaghare, Memorable Melodies (Golden Hour) and Sonar Banglar Sonar Gaan.
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David Williams (November 21, 1950 Newport News-March 6, 2009 Hampton) also known as David Z. Williams was an American musician and guitarist. His children are called Dana Williams, Davida Williams, Kimberly Williams, Michelle Williams and Skyler David Williams.
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King Kester Emeneya (November 23, 1956 Kikwit-February 13, 2014 Paris) was a Congolese singer.
Genres he performed: Soukous.
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François Périer (November 10, 1919 Paris-June 28, 2002 Paris) also known as Francois Perier, Monsieur Périer, François Pillu, François Perier or François Gabriel Marie Pillu was a French actor. He had three children, Jean-Marie Périer, Jean-Pierre Périer-Pillu and Anne-Marie Périer.
His albums: .
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Barbara Baxley (January 1, 1923 Porterville-June 7, 1990 Manhattan) a.k.a. Barbara Angie Rose Baxley was an American actor.
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Ken Yamaguchi (March 24, 1956 Fukushima Prefecture-October 24, 2011 Fukushima Prefecture) also known as Kiyoshige Yamaguchi, Yamaguchi Ken or 山口 健 was a Japanese voice actor and actor. His child is Kiyohiro Yamaguchi.
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Bernadette Lafont (October 28, 1938 Nîmes-July 25, 2013 Nîmes) a.k.a. Bernadette La Font or Bernard was a French actor. She had three children, Pauline Lafont, Élisabeth Lafont and David Lafont.
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Danny Davis (May 29, 1925 Randolph-June 12, 2008 Nashville) was an American singer, record producer, bandleader, musician and trumpeter.
His discography includes: Chet, Floyd & Danny and Willie Nelson and Danny Davis & The Nashville Brass. Genres he performed include Big Band and Country.
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Ray Collins (November 19, 1936 Pomona-December 24, 2012 Claremont) a.k.a. Collins, Ray was an American singer.
Genres he performed: Rock music, Rock and roll and Doo-wop.
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Kidd Kraddick (August 22, 1959 Napoleon-July 27, 2013 Gretna) was an American radio personality. He had one child, Caroline Cradick.
Discography: Save That! and The Mommy Test.
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Oliver De Coque (April 14, 1947 Anambra State-June 20, 2008 Lagos) was a Nigerian record producer, songwriter and singer. His child is Safin De Coque.
Genres he performed include Highlife and Igbo music.
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