Canadian musicians who died due to Heart failure

Here are 3 famous musicians from Canada died in Heart failure:

Yvonne De Carlo

Yvonne De Carlo (September 1, 1922 West Point Grey-January 8, 2007 Woodland Hills) also known as Margaret Yvonne Middleton, Yvonne de Carlo, Peggy Yvonne Middleton, Yvonne DeCarlo, Peggy, Margaret, Sweetheart, Lily, The Gothic Donna Reed or Dilly was a Canadian singer, actor and pin-up girl. She had two children, Michael Morgan and Bruce Morgan.

Genres: Jazz and Pop music.

De Carlo was best known for her work in Hollywood films during the 1940s and 50s, including her role as Sephora in the 1956 film "The Ten Commandments" and as Lily Munster in the television series "The Munsters" from 1964 to 1966. She began her career in entertainment as a dancer in the chorus line of the traveling productions of Earl Carroll's Vanities before transitioning into acting. In addition to her on-screen work, she also recorded several albums throughout her career. She received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for her contributions to the entertainment industry. De Carlo was also known for her charitable work, including her involvement with the Motion Picture and Television Fund and the March of Dimes.

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Hank Snow

Hank Snow (May 9, 1914 Brooklyn, Queens County, Nova Scotia-December 20, 1999 Madison) a.k.a. Clarence Eugene Snow, Snow, Hank, The Yodeling Ranger Hank Snow, Hank, The Singing Ranger, Jack, The Cowboy Blue Yodeler or Hank, The Yodeling Ranger was a Canadian songwriter, singer and musician.

His albums include I Wonder Where You Are Tonight / The Drunkard's Son, Thesaurus Transcriptions, Volume 4, Thesaurus Transcriptions, Volume 3, The Singing Ranger, Volume 4, The Singing Ranger, Volume 3, The Singing Ranger, Volume 2, RCA Country Legends, Legendary, I'm Movin' On, 1949-1953 and I'm Movin On and Other Great Country Hits. Genres he performed include Country.

Hank Snow was born in Nova Scotia, Canada and grew up listening to country music on the radio. He taught himself to play the guitar and began performing in local bars and radio stations. In the 1940s, he moved to the United States and signed with RCA Victor Records. He released his first hit single "I'm Movin' On" in 1950, which stayed at the top of the charts for 21 weeks.

Over the course of his career, Hank Snow recorded over 140 albums and had numerous chart-topping singles, including "The Golden Rocket," "I Don't Hurt Anymore" and "I've Been Everywhere." He was known for his distinctive voice and yodeling style, which made him a unique figure in the country music scene.

In addition to his success as a performer, Hank Snow was also a prolific songwriter, penning hits for other artists such as Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash. He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1979, and his legacy continues to influence generations of country musicians.

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Sheldon Allman

Sheldon Allman (June 8, 1924 Chicago-January 22, 2002 Culver City) also known as Allman, Sheldon was a Canadian singer, songwriter, actor, film score composer and composer. He had one child, Anne Allman Huddleston.

His discography includes: Folk Songs for the 21st Century.

In addition to his music career, Sheldon Allman was also a prolific actor, appearing in numerous television shows and films throughout the 1950s, 60s and 70s. He is best known for his role as Mr. Wilson in the 1960s television show "Let's Make a Deal." Allman also composed scores for several films including "Apache Uprising" and "Incident at Phantom Hill." He was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award in 1959 for his work on the show "The Rebel." Allman passed away in 2002 at the age of 77.

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