American music stars died in Perforated ulcer

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

Charlie Parker

Charlie Parker (August 29, 1920 Kansas City-March 12, 1955 New York City) also known as Charles Parker, Bird, Parker, Charlie, Yardbird, Charlie 'Bird' Parker, Charlie Chan, Sparrow, Charles "Charlie" Parker, Jr., Charles Parker, Jr., Zoizeau or Charles Christopher Parker Jr. was an American composer, musician and saxophonist. His children are Baird Parker and Pree Parker.

His discography includes: The Genius of Charlie Parker, Volume 7: Jazz Perennial, Congo Blues, Rocker, Autumn in New York, Verve Jazz Masters 15, The Charlie Parker Gold Collection, Verve Jazz Masters 28: Charlie Parker Plays Standards, Charlie Parker With Strings, South of the Border and Charlie Parker. Genres related to him: Jazz and Bebop.

Parker is considered one of the most influential jazz musicians in history, and is credited with co-founding the musical style known as bebop. He began playing the saxophone at a young age and was largely self-taught. He first gained recognition in the 1940s as a member of the Jay McShann Orchestra before forming his own groups. Despite struggling with drug addiction throughout his career, Parker continued to produce innovative and powerful music until his death at the age of 34. In addition to his work as a musician, Parker was also a composer who wrote numerous jazz standards, including "Ornithology," "Scrapple from the Apple," and "Anthropology." He has been posthumously awarded the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, the Pulitzer Prize Special Citation, and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

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