Here are 5 famous musicians from Australia died in Myocardial infarction:
Grant McLennan (February 12, 1958 Rockhampton-May 6, 2006 Brisbane) also known as G.W. McLennan or McLennan, Grant was an Australian singer.
His albums include In Your Bright Ray, Horsebreaker Star, Fireboy, Watershed and Intermission: The Best of the Solo Recordings 1990-1997. Genres he performed include Rock music.
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Billy Thorpe (March 29, 1946 Manchester-February 28, 2007 Sydney) a.k.a. Thorpe, Billy, William Richard Thorpe, Little Rock Allen or Puff'n Billy was an Australian singer, musician, record producer and writer.
His albums: It's All Happening, 21st Century Man, Children of the Sun...Revisited, Children of the Sun, Stimulation, Tangier, East of Eden's Gate, Million Dollar Bill and Solo - The Last Recordings. His related genres: Rock music, Pop music and Rock and roll.
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Ruby Hunter (October 31, 1955 Murray Bridge-February 17, 2010 Victoria) also known as Hunter, Ruby was an Australian singer and songwriter.
Her albums include Ruby (Ruby's Story) and Feeling Good.
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Raymond Hanson (November 23, 1913 Sydney-December 6, 1976) was an Australian , .
Genres: Film score.
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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 was best known for his role as Senior Detective Sergeant David Mackay in the Australian television series, "Homicide". Leonard began his acting career in radio and appeared in several soap operas including "Blue Hills" and "Portia Faces Life". He performed in many stage productions as well, including several productions under the direction of John Bell at the Nimrod Theatre Company. In addition to his work on "Homicide", Leonard also appeared in several other Australian television series, including "Matlock Police" and "Division 4". He was awarded the Order of Australia in 1985 for his contribution to the performing arts.
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