American music stars died in Nephritis

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

Leroy Carr

Leroy Carr (March 27, 1905 Nashville-April 29, 1935 Indianapolis) a.k.a. Carr, Leroy was an American singer and musician.

Discography: The Essential, The Best of Leroy Carr: Whiskey Is My Habit, Good Women Is All I Crave, How Long, How Long Blues / My Own Lonesome Blues, The Blues Collection 86: Naptown Blues, Mean Mistreater Mama / Blues Before Sunrise, Rocks in My Bed / Big Four Blues, Naptown Blues / The Truth About the Thing, Mean Old Train Blues / Low Down Dirty Blues, Broken Spoke Blues / Tennessee Blues and How Long How Long Blues, Part 2 / Prison Bound Blues. Genres: Chicago blues and Piedmont blues.

Leroy Carr was known for his unique blend of blues, jazz, and boogie-woogie styles of music. He grew up in Indianapolis and began playing the piano at a young age. Carr's early career was marked by a string of successful recordings, beginning with "How Long, How Long Blues" in 1928. He soon became known for his smooth singing voice and his ability to infuse his music with emotional depth.

As Carr's fame grew, he began to struggle with personal demons, including a drinking problem that eventually led to his untimely death at the age of 30 in 1935. Despite his short life, Leroy Carr's legacy lives on as a pioneer of the blues genre, and he continues to influence musicians in the years since his passing.

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