Brazilian musicians died in Pancreatitis

Here are 1 famous musicians from Brazil died in Pancreatitis:

Raul Seixas

Raul Seixas (June 28, 1945 Salvador-August 21, 1989 São Paulo) a.k.a. Seixas, Raul, Raulzito or Raul dos Santos Seixas was a Brazilian guitarist, songwriter, record producer, singer and singer-songwriter. He had three children, Simone Andréa Wisner Seixas, Scarlet Vaquer Seixas and Vivian Costa Seixas.

His albums include Mata Virgem, Bis, A Panela do Diabo, Abre-te Sésamo, O Baú do Raul, Personalidade, Série Grandes Nomes, As Profecias, Maluco Beleza and A Pedra Do Gênesis. Genres related to him: Rock music, Rockabilly, Hard rock, Blues, Rock and roll, Blues rock, Psychedelic rock, Country rock, Folk music, Folk rock, Música popular brasileira, Acid rock, Brazilian rock, Forró and Baião.

Raul Seixas was considered one of the pioneers of Brazilian rock music, and is frequently referred to as the "father of Brazilian rock." He was heavily influenced by American rock and roll, as well as Brazilian folk music. Many of his songs became anthems for the counterculture movement in Brazil, and he was known for his outspoken and often controversial views on politics, religion and society.

Seixas began his music career in the 1960s, playing guitar and singing in various bands. He gained national recognition for his work in the early 1970s, and went on to release over 20 studio albums throughout his career. Despite his immense popularity, he struggled with drug addiction and alcoholism for much of his life, and his health deteriorated rapidly in the years leading up to his death.

Today, Raul Seixas is remembered as one of Brazil's most iconic and influential musicians. His music continues to be celebrated by fans around the world, and his legacy lives on through the countless artists who have been inspired by him.

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