Italian musicians died when they were 62

Here are 12 famous musicians from Italy died at 62:

Giovanni Boccaccio

Giovanni Boccaccio (June 16, 1313 Certaldo-December 21, 1375 Certaldo) also known as Boccaccio, Giovanni, Boccaccio Giovanni, G. Boccaccio, Boccaccio, Boccace or Boccacio was an Italian writer, poet and author. His children are Francesco Boccaccio, Mario Boccaccio, Giulio Boccaccio and Violante Boccaccio.

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Roberto Calvi

Roberto Calvi (April 13, 1920 Milan-June 17, 1982 London) was an Italian banker and financier.

He died caused by murder.

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Giorgio Vasari

Giorgio Vasari (July 30, 1511 Arezzo-June 27, 1574 Florence) was an Italian architect, artist, author, painter and visual artist.

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Pontormo

Pontormo (May 24, 1494 Empoli-January 2, 1557 Florence) a.k.a. Jacopo Pontormo, Jacopo Carrucci, Jacopo Carrucci, called Pontormo or Jacopo da Pontormo was an Italian artist, painter and visual artist.

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Joe D'Amato

Joe D'Amato (December 15, 1936 Rome-January 23, 1999 Rome) also known as Aristide Massaccesi, The Evil Ed Wood, Lynn Clar, David Carson, Joe Damato, Joe De Mato, Hugo Clevers, James Burke, Joe D' Amato, Oliver J. Clarke, Bernard Brel, Donna Aubert, O.J. Clarke, Raf De Palma, Steven Benson, Michael Di Caprio, Félicien Dran, George Hudson, Kevin Mancuso, Fred Sloniscko Jr, Romano Gastaldi, A. Massaccesi, Dario Donati, Richard Haller, John Gelardi, Oscar Faradine, Igor Horwess, David Hills, Robert Price-Jones, Fred Sloniscko Jr., Joan Russel, Aristide Massacesi, Federico Slonisco, Peter Newton, Fédérico Slonisco, Arizona Massachusset, Aristede Massacesi, Tom Salima, J. Metheus, Aristide Massacessi, Joan Russell, Andrea Massai, Aristide Massaccessi, Zak Roberts, Frederick Slonisco, Una Pierre, Arizona Massachuset, Aristice Massaccesi, Chana Lee Sun, Michael Wotruba, Robert Yip, Federiko Slonisko Jr., Federico Slonisko Jr., Chang Lee Sun, Federico Slonisko, Frederico Slonisko, Fred Slonisko, Frederic Slonisko, Frederico Slonisko Jr., Frederiko Slonisko, Dan Slonisko, Joe d'Amato, Federiko Slonisko, Lynn Clark, Robert Duke, Robert Hall, John Shadow, Stephen Benson, Steve Benson, Alexandre Borski, Lee Castle, Frederick Slonisko or Mikail Wotruba was an Italian film director, screenwriter, cinematographer, film producer, actor and film editor. His children are called Daniele Massaccesi and Francesca Massaccesi.

He died caused by myocardial infarction.

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Tommaso Grossi

Tommaso Grossi (January 20, 1791 Bellano-December 10, 1853 Milan) was an Italian personality.

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Gorilla Monsoon

Gorilla Monsoon (June 4, 1937 New York City-October 6, 1999 Willingboro) otherwise known as Robert James "Gino" Marella, Robert James Marella, Gino, Tiny or Robert Marella was an Italian wrestler, professional wrestling booker and sports commentator. He had four children, Sharon Marella, Joey Marella, Victor Marella and Valerie Marella.

He died as a result of myocardial infarction.

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Corrado Giaquinto

Corrado Giaquinto (February 18, 1703 Molfetta-April 5, 1765) was an Italian personality.

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Sergio Corbucci

Sergio Corbucci (December 6, 1927 Rome-December 1, 1990 Rome) a.k.a. Stanley Corbett, Gordon Wilson Jr., Corbucci, The other Sergio or S. Corbucci was an Italian film director, screenwriter, film producer and actor.

He died in myocardial infarction.

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Mario Minniti

Mario Minniti (December 8, 1577 Syracuse-November 22, 1640) was an Italian personality.

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Filippo Anfuso

Filippo Anfuso (January 1, 1901 Catania-December 13, 1963) was an Italian writer, politician, journalist and diplomat.

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Guido Cagnacci

Guido Cagnacci (January 19, 1601 Santarcangelo di Romagna-April 5, 1663 Vienna) was an Italian personality.

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