American musicians died at 43

Here are 4 famous musicians from United States of America died at 43:

John Holmes

John Holmes (August 8, 1944 Ashville-March 13, 1988 Los Angeles) also known as John Curtis Estes, Russell Blue, John Duval, Big Jon Fallus, John Helms, Jack Hims, Big John Holmes, John 'The Wadd' Holmes, John 'Wadd' Holmes, John C. Holmes, John Curtis Holmes, Johnny Holmes, Mr. John Holmes, John C. Holms, John Rey, Long John Wodd, Johnny Wadd, John Estes, Big John Fallus, Bigg John, Big John, John Sacre, Bernard Emil Weik II, Long John Wadd, Johnny B. Wadd, Johnny the Wad, Wonderland, Long John Silver, The Sultan of Smut, The King of Porn, Johnny "Cash" Holmes, John Homes, John Holmes III, John Holmes/Johnny Wadd, John Holmes aka Johnny Wadd, John or Holmes was an American pornographic film actor and actor.

John Holmes was a highly popular and controversial American pornographic film actor and actor, who was born in Asheville, North Carolina, in 1944. He began his career as a forklift driver before entering the adult film industry in the early 1970s. Considered as one of the most prolific male adult film stars of all time, he starred in over 2,000 adult films and became famous for his well-endowed physical attributes. Apart from his work in adult films, he also acted in several mainstream films such as "Johnny Wadd," "The Jade Pussycat," and "The Seven Minutes." In addition to his film career, Holmes was also actively involved in drug trafficking and was implicated in the infamous Wonderland Murders in 1981. He died in 1988 due to complications related to AIDS, which he contracted through his work in the adult film industry.

He died caused by hiv/aids.

Read more about John Holmes on Wikipedia »

Michael P. Anderson

Michael P. Anderson (December 25, 1959 Plattsburgh-February 1, 2003 Texas) otherwise known as Michael Phillip Anderson was an American scientist, astronaut and pilot.

Anderson graduated with a degree in physics and astronomy from the University of Washington, then served in the US Air Force. In 1995, he was selected by NASA to become an astronaut and served as a mission specialist on the STS-89 and STS-107 Columbia missions. Tragically, he lost his life during the STS-107 mission when the Columbia shuttle disintegrated upon re-entry to Earth's atmosphere. Anderson left behind a wife and two children, and has since been honored with numerous posthumous awards and dedications.

Read more about Michael P. Anderson on Wikipedia »

Sonny Carter

Sonny Carter (August 15, 1947 Macon-April 5, 1991 Brunswick) was an American astronaut and physician.

Carter was selected by NASA in 1984 as a mission specialist astronaut and flew on the Space Shuttle Atlantis in 1989. During this mission, he was responsible for conducting experiments in the space shuttle's laboratory. Prior to his career as an astronaut, Carter served as a physician in the United States Navy and earned his medical degree from Emory University. He was also a pilot and held commercial, multi-engine, instrument and instructor ratings. In addition to his professional accomplishments, Carter was an accomplished musician and enjoyed playing the saxophone.

He died in aviation accident or incident.

Read more about Sonny Carter on Wikipedia »

Knute Rockne

Knute Rockne (March 4, 1888 Voss-March 31, 1931 Bazaar) also known as Knute Kenneth Rockne was an American american football player, american football coach and coach.

Rockne was born in Voss, Norway and immigrated to the United States with his family as a child. He attended the University of Notre Dame where he played football and became one of the school's most legendary players. After graduating, he joined the coaching staff at Notre Dame and eventually became head coach.

Under Rockne's leadership, Notre Dame's football program became one of the most successful in the country, winning several national championships and producing many notable players. He was known for his innovative coaching strategies, including the forward pass, and for his dedication to his players both on and off the field.

Rockne's life was tragically cut short at the age of 43 when he was killed in a plane crash in Kansas. His death shook the sports world and the nation as a whole, and he is still remembered as one of the greatest football coaches of all time.

He died caused by aviation accident or incident.

Read more about Knute Rockne on Wikipedia »

Related articles