American music stars died in Myasthenia gravis

Here are 1 famous musicians from United States of America died in Myasthenia gravis:

Connie Haines

Connie Haines (January 20, 1921 Savannah-September 22, 2008 Clearwater Beach) also known as Yvonne Marie Antoinette JaMais, Baby Yvonne Marie or the Little Princess of the Air was an American singer and actor.

Her albums: It's Always You / Birds of a Feather and Sings a Tribute to Helen Morgan.

Connie Haines began her career in music as a teenager, performing with a band led by Bob Crosby. She later joined the popular vocal group, the Pied Pipers, becoming the group's lead female singer alongside Jo Stafford. During World War II, Haines became a regular performer on the Armed Forces Radio Service's Command Performance program, earning the nickname "the sweetheart of the Armed Forces Radio Service."

In addition to her music career, Haines also appeared in several films, including "Buck Privates" and "What's Cookin'?" with the comedy duo Abbott and Costello. She also appeared in numerous TV shows, including "The Perry Como Show" and "The Ed Sullivan Show."

Throughout her career, Haines was known for her clear, pure voice and her ability to convey emotion in her performances. She continued performing into her later years, often appearing at nostalgia-themed events and concerts. Haines died in 2008 at the age of 87.

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