New Zealand music stars who deceased at age 72

Here are 23 famous musicians from New Zealand died at 72:

Charles E. M. Pearce

Charles E. M. Pearce (March 29, 1940 Wellington-June 9, 2012) also known as Charles Edward Miller Pearce or Charles Pearce was a New Zealand mathematician and professor.

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Maurice Shadbolt

Maurice Shadbolt (June 4, 1932 Auckland-October 10, 2004 Wellington) also known as Maurice Francis Richard Shadbolt or Maurice Francis Richard Shadbolt CBE was a New Zealand writer and novelist.

He died in alzheimer's disease.

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Bill Barnard

Bill Barnard (January 29, 1886-March 12, 1958) also known as William Edward Barnard was a New Zealand lawyer.

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Jane Mander

Jane Mander (April 9, 1877 Ramarama-December 20, 1949 Whangarei) was a New Zealand writer and journalist.

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Alexander Aitken

Alexander Aitken (April 1, 1895 Dunedin-November 3, 1967 Edinburgh) also known as A. Aitken was a New Zealand writer, statistician and mathematician.

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Leslie Munro

Leslie Munro (February 26, 1901 Auckland-February 13, 1974 Hamilton) was a New Zealand lawyer.

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Guy Doleman

Guy Doleman (November 22, 1923 Hamilton-January 30, 1996 Los Angeles) also known as Guy Dolman was a New Zealand actor and radio announcer.

He died caused by lung cancer.

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Shona McFarlane

Shona McFarlane (March 27, 1929 New Zealand-September 29, 2001) was a New Zealand writer.

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Albert Davy

Albert Davy (August 17, 1886 Wellington-June 13, 1959 Wellington) was a New Zealand personality.

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Jack Foster

Jack Foster (May 23, 1932 Liverpool-June 5, 2004 Rotorua) was a New Zealand personality.

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John Luke

John Luke (July 16, 1858 Penzance-March 13, 1931 Wellington) was a New Zealand personality.

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Joseph Firth

Joseph Firth (March 25, 1859 New Zealand-April 13, 1931) was a New Zealand personality.

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Patricia Bartlett

Patricia Bartlett (March 17, 1928 Napier-November 8, 2000) was a New Zealand personality.

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Clifton Webb

Clifton Webb (March 8, 1889 Te Kopuru-February 6, 1962) was a New Zealand personality.

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Eruera Tirikatene

Eruera Tirikatene (January 5, 1895 Kaiapoi-January 11, 1967 Kaiapoi) was a New Zealand personality. He had one child, Whetu Tirikatene-Sullivan.

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Harry Kerr

Harry Kerr (January 28, 1879 Taranaki-May 17, 1951) a.k.a. Harry E. Kerr was a New Zealand personality.

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Alister McIntosh

Alister McIntosh (November 29, 1906 Picton-November 30, 1978) was a New Zealand personality.

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Don Merton

Don Merton (February 22, 1939 Auckland-April 10, 2011 Auckland) was a New Zealand conservationist.

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Lindsay Buick

Lindsay Buick (May 13, 1865-February 22, 1938) was a New Zealand personality.

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Jock Butterfield

Jock Butterfield (January 18, 1932 Taylorville, New Zealand-February 14, 2004 Brisbane) was a New Zealand personality.

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Lake Falconer Ayson

Lake Falconer Ayson (June 7, 1855 Balclutha-June 17, 1927) was a New Zealand farmworker.

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William Edgar Hazlett

William Edgar Hazlett (November 8, 1905 Invercargill-April 5, 1978 Gore) was a New Zealand rugby player, farmer and horse breeding.

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Patrick Keogh

Patrick Keogh (April 5, 1867 Birmingham-March 12, 1940 Seacliff, New Zealand) was a New Zealand rugby player.

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