Canadian musicians who died due to Bladder cancer

Here are 1 famous musicians from Canada died in Bladder cancer:

Jesse Winchester

Jesse Winchester (May 17, 1944 Bossier City-April 11, 2014 Charlottesville) also known as Winchester, Jesse was a Canadian singer.

His discography includes: Jesse Winchester, Let the Rough Side Drag, Humor Me, Third Down, 110 to Go, Live at The Bijou Cafe, Nothing but a Breeze, A Touch on the Rainy Side, Love Filling Station, Gentleman Of Leisure and Anthology. Genres he performed include Country, Country rock and Folk music.

Winchester was born in Bossier City, Louisiana but moved to Quebec, Canada to avoid being drafted for the Vietnam War. Throughout his career, he gained a reputation for his insightful lyrics and soulful voice, drawing inspiration from his experiences as a Southern American living in Canada. He initially gained recognition as a songwriter, with many of his songs being recorded by notable artists including Elvis Costello, Jimmy Buffett, and Bonnie Raitt. Winchester's music often addressed political and social issues, as well as personal themes such as love and relationships. He continued to tour and record music throughout his life, and was posthumously inducted into the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2018.

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