Australian music stars deceased in Inhalation of vomit

Here are 1 famous musicians from Australia died in Inhalation of vomit:

Bon Scott

Bon Scott (July 9, 1946 Forfar-February 19, 1980 East Dulwich) otherwise known as Scott, Bon or Ronald Belford Scott was an Australian singer, musician, songwriter and lyricist.

His albums include Round and Round and Round, The Early Years 1967-1972, With the Spektors and the Valentines, Round and Round: The Forgotten Years and Seasons of Change Raven/RCA 1971-72 (disc 2). Genres: Hard rock, Progressive rock, Blues rock, Rock music, Heavy metal and Rock and roll.

Bon Scott was best known as the lead vocalist and lyricist for the Australian hard rock band AC/DC. He joined the band in 1974 and recorded seven studio albums with them, including the hit albums "Highway to Hell" and "Back in Black". Known for his distinctive voice and charismatic stage presence, Scott helped to establish AC/DC as one of the most popular and influential rock bands of all time.

Before joining AC/DC, Scott was a member of several other Australian bands, including The Valentines and Fraternity. He was known for his hard-partying lifestyle and his love of rock and roll, which were reflected in many of his lyrics.

Tragically, Scott died in 1980 at the age of 33, shortly after the release of "Highway to Hell". He was found dead in his car in London, and the cause of death was determined to be acute alcohol poisoning. Despite his short life, Bon Scott remains a beloved figure in the world of rock and roll, and his music continues to inspire generations of fans around the world.

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