Here are 13 famous musicians from the world died in Complication:
Ewan MacColl (January 25, 1915 Broughton, Salford-October 22, 1989 Brompton, London) also known as Ewan McColl, MacColl, Ewan or James Henry Miller was an English singer, playwright, actor, songwriter, poet, record producer, film score composer and screenwriter. He had five children, Kirsty MacColl, Hamish MacColl, Neill MacColl, Calumn MacColl and Kitty MacColl.
His albums include Antiquities (disc 2), The Real MacColl, Traditional Songs and Ballads of Scotland, Black and White: The Definitive Collection, Bothy Ballads of Scotland, Chorus from the Gallows, Songs of Robert Burns, Ballads: Murder Intrigue Love Discord, The Legend of Ewan MacColl and Bundook Ballads.
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Sammy Davis, Jr. (December 8, 1925 Harlem-May 16, 1990 Beverly Hills) also known as Sammy Davis Jnr, Samuel George Davis, Jr., Samuel George Davis Jr., Davis, Sammy, Jr., Samuel George Davis, Sammy Davis, Will Mastin Trio, Will Maston Trio, Smoky, Mister Show Business, Samuel George "Sammy" Davis, Jr., Sammy or Silent Sammy, the Dancing Midget was an American singer, dancer, actor, musician, entertainer, film producer and television producer. He had four children, Tracey Davis, Mark Davis, Jeff Davis and Manny Davis.
His albums include Sammy & Friends, Ten Golden Greats, The Essentials, With a Song in My Heart, All-Star Spectacular, California Suite, Sings the Big Ones for Young Lovers, What Kind of Fool Am I: And Other Show-Stoppers, All the Things You Are and Greatest Hits, Volume 2.
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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.
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Dick Bentley (May 14, 1907 Melbourne-August 27, 1995 London) also known as Richard Bentley, Charles Walter "Dick" Bentley or Bentley, Dick was an Australian presenter, comedian and actor.
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William Finley (September 20, 1940 Manhattan-April 14, 2012 Manhattan) also known as Bill Finley, W. Franklin Finley, W.F. Finley, William Franklin Finley III or William Franklin Finley was an American actor. He had one child, Dashiell Finley.
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Fontella Bass (July 3, 1940 St. Louis-December 26, 2012 St. Louis) a.k.a. Fontella Brass, Bass, Fontella, Fontanella Bass or Bass, Fontanella was an American singer.
Her albums: Rescue Me / Soul of the Man, Rescued: The Best of Fontella Bass, Free (The Paula Recordings), The Very Best Of, The New Look, Safe and Sound / You'll Never Ever Know, Sisters of Soul and No Ways Tired. Genres: Pop music, Rhythm and blues and Soul music.
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Tony Geiss (November 16, 1924 The Bronx-January 21, 2011 Manhattan) also known as Nicholas Anthony Geiss, Tony Giess or Nicholas Anthony Tony Geiss was an American screenwriter, film score composer, songwriter, author and television producer.
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King Floyd (February 13, 1945 New Orleans-March 6, 2006 California) a.k.a. King Floyd III or Floyd, King was an American singer and songwriter.
Discography: King Floyd, A Man in Love, Can You Dig It? / Learning to Forget You and Choice Cuts. His related genres: Soul music.
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Johnny Russell (January 23, 1940 Moorhead-July 3, 2001 Nashville) also known as Johnny Russel, John Bright Russell or Johnny Bright Russell was an American singer-songwriter and actor.
His albums include The Country Store Collection. Genres related to him: Country.
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Nat Gonella (March 7, 1908 London-August 6, 1998 Gosport) otherwise known as Nat Gonella and His Trumpet, Gonella, Nat, Nat Gonella and his Georgians or Nathaniel Charles Gonella was an English singer, bandleader, trumpeter, author, military officer and actor.
Related albums: Nat Gonella & His Georgians. Genres he performed: Dixieland.
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Stanley Vann (February 15, 1910 Leicester-March 27, 2010) was an English conductor.
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Alfredo Silipigni (April 9, 1931 Atlantic City-March 25, 2006 Livingston) was an American conductor and music director.
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Mark Ryan (March 2, 1959 Tottenham-January 31, 2011 Cardiff) also known as The Kid or Mark Gaumont was an English playwright and guitarist.
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