Here are 21 famous musicians from Australia died at 71:
Pat Moran (July 14, 1917 Kings Cross, New South Wales-September 19, 1988 Canberra) was an Australian mathematician and statistician.
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H. V. Evatt (April 30, 1894 Maitland-November 2, 1965 Canberra) also known as Herbert Vere Evatt or Judge H. V. Evatt was an Australian judge, politician and writer.
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Pietro Porcelli (January 30, 1872-June 28, 1943) was an Australian personality.
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Graham Kennedy (February 15, 1934 Balaclava-May 25, 2005 Bowral) also known as Graham Cyril Kennedy, Graham Cyril Kennedy AO, Gra-Gra, The King of Television, The King or The King of Australian Television was an Australian actor, tv personality, radio personality, comedian and presenter.
He died in pneumonia.
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Bruce Gyngell (July 8, 1929 Melbourne-September 7, 2000 Chelsea) was an Australian presenter.
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Jonathan Hardy (September 20, 1940 Wellington-July 30, 2012 Southern Highlands) also known as Johnathan Hardy or Jonathon Hardy was an Australian actor, screenwriter and film director.
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John Burgess (June 4, 1943 Australia-April 5, 2015) also known as John Richard Burgess or Burgo was an Australian presenter and actor.
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Leonard Teale (September 26, 1922 Brisbane-May 14, 1994 Sydney) also known as Leonard George Teale, Leonard Thiele, Leonard George Thiele, Teale, Leonard or Leonard Teale AO was an Australian actor.
He died caused by myocardial infarction.
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Barbara Baynton (June 4, 1857 Scone-May 28, 1929 Melbourne) was an Australian writer and novelist.
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Douglas Stewart (May 6, 1913 Eltham-February 14, 1985 Sydney) otherwise known as Douglas Alexander Stewart was an Australian writer and poet. His child is called Meg Stewart.
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William Henry Bundey (January 30, 1838-December 6, 1909) was an Australian judge.
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John Forrest (August 22, 1847 Picton-September 3, 1918 Sierra Leone) was an Australian politician, explorer and surveyor.
He died caused by cancer.
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Martin Sharp (January 21, 1942 Sydney-December 1, 2013 Bellevue Hill) a.k.a. Sharp, Martin was an Australian artist and visual artist.
He died caused by emphysema.
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Edith Joan Lyttleton (December 18, 1873 Tasmania-March 10, 1945 London) otherwise known as G.B. Lancaster or Keron Hale was an Australian writer.
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John Peter Russell (June 16, 1858 Sydney-April 22, 1930 Sydney) was an Australian personality.
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Michael Clyne (October 12, 1939 Australia-October 29, 2010) a.k.a. Michael George Clyne was an Australian linguist.
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Merric Boyd (June 24, 1888 St Kilda-September 9, 1959 Murrumbeena) was an Australian artist and visual artist.
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Bill Hunter (February 27, 1940 Ballarat-May 21, 2011 Kew Vic) also known as Willaim Hunter, William John Hunter, William John "Bill" Hunter or William John Bourke Hunter was an Australian actor and voice actor.
He died as a result of liver cancer.
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Jeffery Hart Bent (April 5, 1781-June 29, 1852) was an Australian judge.
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Herbie Collins (January 21, 1888 Darlinghurst-May 28, 1959 Little Bay) was an Australian personality.
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Allan McLean (February 3, 1840 Scotland-July 13, 1911 Melbourne) was an Australian politician.
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