British music stars deceased in Congenital heart defect

Here are 1 famous musicians from United Kingdom died in Congenital heart defect:

Joe Strummer

Joe Strummer (August 21, 1952 Ankara-December 22, 2002 Broomfield) also known as John Graham Mellor, John Mellor, Woody or Woody Mellor was a British singer, musician, actor, guitarist, songwriter, radio personality, film score composer and lyricist. He had two children, Jazz Mellor and Lola Mellor.

His most important albums: Walker, Island Hopping, Earthquake Weather, House of Blues and Love Kills. Genres: Punk rock, Rock music, Reggae, World music, Ska, Rock and roll, New Wave, Alternative rock, Rockabilly, Dub, Funk, Volk and Folk music.

Joe Strummer was best known as the co-founder, lyricist, rhythm guitarist and lead vocalist of the punk rock band The Clash. He started his musical career with the pub rock group The 101ers in 1974, and went on to form The Clash with Mick Jones in 1976. The band became one of the most influential British punk bands, and their politically charged lyrics and eclectic musical style set them apart from their contemporaries.

After The Clash disbanded in 1986, Strummer went on to pursue a solo career and collaborated with a number of other musicians, including The Pogues, Johnny Cash, and the Latino Rockabilly War. In addition to his music career, Strummer also acted in several films and television programs, including Mystery Train and Straight to Hell.

Strummer was known for his passionate, socially conscious lyrics and his dedication to political activism. He was involved in a number of political causes throughout his life, including anti-racism, environmentalism, and workers' rights. He passed away in 2002 from a heart attack, but his legacy as a musician, activist, and cultural icon continues to inspire generations.

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