Jamaican music stars died at age 71

Here are 3 famous musicians from Jamaica died at 71:

Pablo McNeil

Pablo McNeil (September 12, 1939 Jamaica-July 4, 2011) was a Jamaican personality.

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Tommy McCook

Tommy McCook (March 3, 1927 Havana-May 5, 1998) a.k.a. T. McCook, Tommy Mc Cook, McCook, Tommy, Tommy McCoo or McCoo, Tommy was a Jamaican personality.

His albums include Blazing Horns / Tenor in Roots, Real Cool: The Jamaican King of the Saxophone '66-'77, Tommy's Last Stand, Dream Boat / Tommy's Dream, Tribute to Tommy: The Best of Tommy McCook & The Skatalites, Disco Rockers, Blue Moon / Instrumental, King Tubby Meets The Agrovators At Dub Station, What Does It Take to Win Your Love / Reggae Meringue and Reggae In Jazz. Genres related to him: Reggae, Rocksteady and Ska.

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King Stitt

King Stitt (September 17, 1940 Kingston-January 31, 2012 Kingston) also known as Winston Sparks, Winston Sparkes or The Ugly One was a Jamaican disc jockey.

His albums: Lee Van Cleef / Dance Beat. His related genres: Reggae.

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