Belgian music stars died as a result of Laryngeal Cancer

Here are 1 famous musicians from Belgium died in Laryngeal Cancer:

Ferre Grignard

Ferre Grignard (March 13, 1939 Antwerp-August 8, 1982 Antwerp) also known as Grignard, Ferre or Férré Grignard was a Belgian painter, composer, film score composer and singer.

His most recognized albums: I Warned You and The Best of Ferre Grignard. Genres he performed: Blues, Folk music and Skiffle.

Ferre Grignard began his musical career in the early 1960s, performing in cafes and clubs in Antwerp. He gained popularity in Belgium and France with his unique blend of blues, folk and skiffle music. Grignard's deep, gravelly voice and powerful lyrics made him a favorite among fans of the genre.

In 1965, he released his first album "Ring, Ring, I've Got to Sing," which included his hit single "Drunken Sailor." The song became an international hit, charting in several European countries and even reaching the top 10 in the United States.

Grignard continued to release albums throughout the 1960s and 1970s, and also ventured into film score composition. He composed the score for the 1971 film "Mira," which won several awards at the Cannes Film Festival.

Sadly, Grignard passed away in 1982 at the age of 43. Despite his relatively short career, he left behind a lasting legacy and is remembered as one of Belgium's greatest folk musicians.

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