American music stars died in Multiple organ dysfunction syndrome

Here are 1 famous musicians from United States of America died in Multiple organ dysfunction syndrome:

Huey P. Meaux

Huey P. Meaux (March 10, 1929 Wright, Louisiana-April 23, 2011 Winnie) also known as Huey Purvis Meaux or The Crazy Cajun was an American record producer.

He was an influential figure in the music industry and played a significant role in shaping the careers of many well-known musicians. He started his music career as a disc jockey in Louisiana and went on to produce hit songs across various genres including country, rock, and soul. Some of the notable artists he worked with include Freddy Fender, Barbara Lynn, and Doug Sahm. Meaux was known for his unorthodox production techniques, which involved using non-professional musicians and unconventional recording spaces such as bathrooms and garages. Despite his success, Huey P. Meaux's career was marred by controversy when he was convicted of sexual assault and sentenced to 15 years in prison. He was later released after serving five years and continued to work in the music industry until his death in 2011.

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