American music stars died in Dementia

Here are 2 famous musicians from United States of America died in Dementia:

Frank Sinatra

Frank Sinatra (December 12, 1915 Hoboken-May 14, 1998 West Hollywood) also known as Frank Sinartra, Francis Albert Sinatra, Ol' Blue Eyes, The Sultan of Swoon, La Voz, Swoonatra, The Voice, Francis Albert "Frank" Sinatra, Daddy, The Dave Clark Five, The Chairman of the Board, Chairman of the Board (of Show Business), Frank or Chairman of the Board was an American singer, actor, film producer, conductor, film director and television director. He had four children, Nancy Sinatra, Tina Sinatra, Frank Sinatra, Jr. and Ronan Farrow.

Discography: Sinatra's Swingin' Session!!!, In the Wee Small Hours, Songs for Swingin' Lovers, Frank Sinatra Conducts Tone Poems of Color, Songs for Young Lovers, Come Fly With Me, A Jolly Christmas From Frank Sinatra, Close to You, Where Are You? and Frank Sinatra Sings for Only the Lonely. His related genres: Swing music, Traditional pop music, Big Band, Vocal music, Jazz, Vocal jazz and Easy listening.

Sinatra began his career in the music industry as a teen idol in the 1940s, quickly becoming a sensation with hits like "I've Got You Under My Skin" and "All of Me". He then transitioned into acting, starring in films such as "From Here to Eternity" for which he won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. Sinatra was also a prominent member of the Rat Pack, a group of entertainers that included Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr.

Throughout his career, Sinatra sold over 150 million records worldwide and won numerous awards, including 11 Grammy Awards and three Academy Awards. He was known for his unique vocal style, which blended elements of jazz and swing music. Sinatra was also active in politics and social causes, supporting civil rights and the Democratic Party. He passed away in 1998 at the age of 82 from a heart attack.

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Scott Joplin

Scott Joplin was an American composer, music teacher, pianist and musician.

His albums include Piano Rags by Scott Joplin, Greatest Hits, Scott Joplin’s Rag Time (feat. piano: Scott Kirby), The Gold Collection, Digital Ragtime / Wall Street Rag, Elite Syncopations, Scott Joplin's Greatest Hits, Original Rags, Kismet Rag and Reflection Rag. His related genres: Ragtime and March.

Born in Texas in 1868, Scott Joplin was a pioneer in the development of ragtime music. Despite facing racial discrimination, he went on to achieve great success and fame for his compositions. Joplin's most famous work is the piano rag "The Entertainer", which has been featured in numerous movies, TV shows, and commercials. He also wrote several operas, including Treemonisha, which he hoped would elevate ragtime to the level of classical music. Joplin's legacy as a composer and musician continues to influence modern music to this day. He was posthumously awarded a Pulitzer Prize in 1976 for his contributions to American music.

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