American music stars died in Inhalation of vomit

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

Tommy Dorsey

Tommy Dorsey (November 19, 1905 Shenandoah-November 26, 1956 Greenwich) otherwise known as Thomas Francis Dorsey or Dorsey, Tommy was an American bandleader, trombonist, trumpeter and composer. He had two children, Catherine Susan Dorsey and Steve Dorsey.

His albums: The Best of Tommy Dorsey, That Sentimental Gentleman, A Portrait of Tommy Dorsey, Boogie Woogie, The Seventeen Number Ones, Tommy Dorsey: The Homefront 1941-1945, Greatest Hits, Planet Jazz: Tommy Dorsey, Quadromania Jazz Edition: Tommy Dorsey: Well Git It and Tommy Dorsey: The Early Jazz Sides: 1932 – 1937. Genres he performed include Swing music, Big Band and Jazz.

Dorsey was born and raised in Pennsylvania, where he learned to play the trumpet, trombone, and piano. He began his career playing with various bands in the 1920s and eventually formed his own band with his brother Jimmy in the 1930s. The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra became one of the most popular swing bands of the era, with hits like "Green Eyes" and "Marie."

After a falling out with his brother, Tommy went on to lead his own band, the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra. He became known for his smooth trombone playing and his ability to attract top talent to his band, including a young Frank Sinatra. The Dorsey Orchestra had a string of hits in the 1940s, including "I'll Never Smile Again" and "Opus One."

Dorsey continued to perform and record throughout the 1950s, but his health began to decline. He died in his sleep at the age of 51, leaving behind a legacy as one of the greatest bandleaders of the swing era.

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Jimi Hendrix

Jimi Hendrix (November 27, 1942 Seattle-September 18, 1970 Notting Hill) also known as Jimmy Hendrix, Jimi Henriks, Jimy Hendrix, ジミ・ヘンドリックス, Jimi Hendricks, Jimi Hendrix, Jimmi Hendrix, Hendrix, Jimmie Henderix, James Marshall Hendrix, Johnny Allen Hendrix, Hendrix, Jimi, Buster, John Allen Hendrix, Jimi, James, James Marshall "Jimi" Hendrix, James Hendrix, Maurice James, Jimmy James, Jimmy or The Jimi Hendrix Experience was an American singer, musician, record producer, songwriter, guitarist, artist, music producer, entrepreneur, military officer, composer and music artist. He had two children, Tamika Hendrix and James Daniel Sundquist.

His albums include Burning Desire, Digitally Remastered, Midnite Jazz & Blues: Blues Blues, Rainbow Bridge, Spotlight, 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: The Best of Jimi Hendrix, At His Best, Jimi Hendrix, Best Of: The Authentic PPX Studio Recordings and Jimi Hendrix Collection. Genres he performed include Blues, Hard rock, Rock music, Psychedelic rock, Acid rock, Blues rock, Heavy metal, Funk rock, Experimental rock, Progressive rock, Psychedelia and Rhythm and blues.

Jimi Hendrix is widely regarded as one of the greatest guitarists in the history of rock music. He rose to fame in the late 1960s with his explosive and innovative guitar style, which combined elements of blues, rock, and psychedelic music. Some of his most famous songs include "Purple Haze," "Foxy Lady," "All Along the Watchtower," and "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)." Hendrix's influence on popular music continues to be felt today, and he has been cited as an inspiration by countless musicians across countless genres. In addition to his musical career, Hendrix was also known for his fashion sense and his politically engaged lyrics. He was posthumously inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1992.

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