American music stars died in Coronary artery disease

Here are 2 famous musicians from United States of America died in Coronary artery disease:

Whitney Houston

Whitney Houston (August 9, 1963 Newark-February 11, 2012 Beverly Hills) otherwise known as Whitney Elizabeth Houston, Houston, Whitney, The Prom Queen of Soul, Nippy or The Voice was an American record producer, singer, model, songwriter, film producer, actor, musician, artist and music artist. Her children are called Bobbi Kristina Houston Brown and Bobbi Kristina Brown.

Her albums: Whitney Houston, Whitney, I'm Your Baby Tonight, My Love Is Your Love, It's Not Right But It's Okay, Just Whitney..., One Wish: The Holiday Album, Exhale (Shoop Shoop), Heartbreak Hotel and I Learned From the Best. Her related genres: Soul music, Pop music, Gospel music, Dance-pop, Contemporary R&B, Rhythm and blues and Dance music.

Houston began her music career singing gospel in her church choir and later pursued a career as a professional musician. Her debut album, Whitney Houston released in 1985, quickly became a hit and is still one of the best-selling albums of all time. She went on to release numerous chart-topping albums and singles throughout her career, and her powerful, soulful voice earned her the nickname "The Voice."

In addition to her successful music career, Houston also acted in several films, including The Bodyguard and Waiting to Exhale. She was considered one of the most influential female artists of all time, and won numerous awards, including multiple Grammy awards.

Sadly, Houston's personal life was plagued by drug addiction and turbulent relationships, and she died tragically at the age of 48. Her legacy as a talented and influential artist, however, continues to live on, and her music remains beloved by fans all over the world.

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Bobby Russell

Bobby Russell (April 19, 1940 Nashville-November 19, 1992 Nicholasville) also known as Russell, Bobby or Robert Russell was an American songwriter, singer and singer-songwriter.

Genres: Country and Pop music.

Bobby Russell started his musical career in the early 1960s as a songwriter in Nashville, Tennessee. He gained recognition for his songwriting abilities after co-writing the hit song "Little Green Apples" which was recorded by artist Roger Miller. Russell went on to write several other hit songs such as "Honey", which was recorded by Bobby Goldsboro, and "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia", which became a big hit for Vicki Lawrence.

In addition to songwriting, Bobby Russell also had success as a performer. He released several albums in the 1970s and some of his songs, such as "Saturday Morning Confusion" and "1432 Franklin Pike Circle Hero", charted on the Billboard Hot 100.

Throughout his career, Bobby Russell received multiple awards for his songwriting abilities, including a Grammy in 1969 for Best Country Song for "Little Green Apples". Despite his success, Russell battled with drug addiction and eventually passed away in 1992 at the age of 52 due to a heart attack.

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