American music stars died in Poisoning

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

Robert Johnson

Robert Johnson (May 8, 1911 Hazlehurst-August 16, 1938 Greenwood) a.k.a. Johnson, Robert or Robert Leroy Johnson was an American singer, musician, songwriter and guitarist.

His albums: I Believe I'll Dust My Broom / Dead Shrimp Blues, 32-20 Blues / Last Fair Deal Gone Down, Come on in My Kitchen / They're Red Hot, Kind Hearted Woman / Terraplane Blues, Cross Road Blues / Rambling on My Mind, Walking Blues / Sweet Home Chicago, From Four Till Late / Hellhound on My Trail, Little Queen of Spades / Me and the Devil Blues, Malted Milk / Milcow's Calf Blues and Stones in My Passway / I'm a Steady Rolling Man. Genres: Blues, Delta blues, Country blues and Rock music.

Despite Johnson's short career, his impact on the blues genre has been significant. He was known for his intricate guitar playing style and unique voice, which set him apart from other blues musicians of his time. Johnson has been cited as an influence by countless musicians from a variety of genres, including Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, and Keith Richards. However, much of his life remains shrouded in mystery, with legends and myths swirling around him, such as his supposed deal with the devil at a crossroads to gain his musical talent. Regardless of these legends, Johnson's music has stood the test of time and continues to inspire new generations of musicians.

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