Famous music stars died as a result of Motor neuron disease

Here are 9 famous musicians from the world died in Motor neuron disease:

Charles Mingus

Charles Mingus (April 22, 1922 Nogales-January 5, 1979 Cuernavaca) a.k.a. Charlie Mingus, Charlies Mingus, Charles Minugs, Mingus, Charles, The Charles Mingus Group, Charles Mingus And Max Roach, Charles Mingus Octet, Charles Mingus Sextet or Charles Mingus Sextet With Eric Dolphy was an American bandleader, bassist, composer, jazz pianist and musician.

His discography includes: Pithecanthropus Erectus, Mingus Three, East Coasting, Alternate Takes, Coleção Folha clássicos do jazz, Volume 19, Blues & Roots, Charles Mingus Presents Charles Mingus, Oh Yeah, Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus and The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady. Genres he performed include Avant-garde jazz, Bebop, Post-bop, Third stream, Free jazz, Orchestral jazz, Jazz, Hard bop and Gospel music.

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Lou Gehrig

Lou Gehrig (June 19, 1903 Yorkville-June 2, 1941 Riverdale) also known as The Iron Horse, Henry Louis Gehrig, Lou, Buster, Ludwig Heinrich Gehrig, Larrupin' Lou, Biscuit Pants, Henry Louis "Lou" Gehrig or Henry Louis "Buster" Gehrig was an American baseball player and actor.

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Hans Vonk

Hans Vonk (June 18, 1942 Amsterdam-August 29, 2004 Amsterdam) otherwise known as Vonk, Hans was a Dutch conductor and teacher.

His discography includes: Ein Sommernachtstraum / Die Hebriden, , Symphony No. 7 in E major, Symphonies nos. 3, 9 and Orchestral Works and Symphonic Songs. Genres he performed: Classical music.

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Hans Keller

Hans Keller (March 11, 1919 Vienna-November 6, 1985 Hampstead) was a British writer, music critic and violinist.

Genres: Classical music.

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Dennis Day

Dennis Day (May 21, 1916 The Bronx-June 22, 1988 Los Angeles) otherwise known as Eugene Dennis McNulty, Day, Dennis or Owen Patrick Eugene McNulty was an American singer, actor, radio personality and comedian.

His discography includes: Burl Ives, All My Best!, Johnny Doughboy Found a Rose in Ireland / Phil, the Fluter's Ball, Christmas Is for the Family, Irish Favorites and Serenade.

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Heinz

Heinz (July 24, 1942 Detmold-April 7, 2000 Southampton) a.k.a. Heinz Burt or Heinz Henry Georg Schwartze was a British singer and bassist.

His discography includes: Tribute to Eddie, Just Like Eddie and Questions I Can't Answer / The Beating of My Heart. Genres he performed include Pop music.

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Norman Kay

Norman Kay (January 5, 1929 United Kingdom-May 12, 2001 Esher) a.k.a. Norman Forber Kay or Norman F. Kay was a British composer and film score composer.

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Jonathan Harvey

Jonathan Harvey (May 3, 1939 The Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield-December 4, 2012 Lewes) was an English composer.

His most well known albums: , Jonathan Harvey: Body Mandala, Complete String Quartets & Trio, Wheel Of Emptiness and .

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Huddie William Ledbetter

Huddie William Ledbetter (January 20, 1888 Mooringsport-December 6, 1949 New York City) otherwise known as Leadbelly, Leadbelly and others, Huddie 'Leadbelly' Ledbette, Huddy "Leadbelly" Ledbetter, Huddie Ledbetter, Huddy "Leadbelly" Leadbetter or Huddy \"Leadbelly\" Leadbetter was an American singer and musician.

His discography includes: Bourgeois Blues: Lead Belly Legacy, Volume 2, Important Recordings 1934 - 1949, Leadbelly Sings for Children, Kings of the Blues: Leadbelly, The Tradition Masters, The Legendary Masters Series, The Leadbelly Story, The Leadbelly Collection, Complete Blues: The Definitive Leadbelly and Shout On: Lead Belly Legacy, Volume 3. Genres he performed: Country blues, Blues, Folk music, Delta blues, Country and Volk.

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