Canadian musicians who died due to Renal failure

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

Oscar Peterson

Oscar Peterson (August 15, 1925 Montreal-December 23, 2007 Mississauga) also known as Oscar Emmanuel Peterson, Oscar Petersen, Maharajah of the Keyboard, The Brown Bomber of Boogie-Woogie or Oscar Emmanuel Peterson, CC, CQ, OOnt was a Canadian composer, jazz pianist, singer, actor and film score composer. He had seven children, Lyn Peterson, Celine Peterson, Sharon Peterson, Gay Peterson, Joel Peterson, Oscar Peterson, Jr. and Norman Peterson.

His most well known albums: Soul EspaƱol, Montreux '77: Oscar Peterson and the Bassists, The Will to Swing, Verve Jazz Masters 16: Oscar Peterson, Verve Jazz Masters 37: Oscar Peterson Plays Broadway, The Song Is You: Best of the Verve Songbooks, Plays Count Basie, How High the Moon, The Chronological Classics: Oscar Peterson 1945-1947 and Genesis. Genres he performed: Jazz, Bebop, Third stream, Hard bop and Blues.

Read more about Oscar Peterson on Wikipedia »

Maynard Ferguson

Maynard Ferguson (May 4, 1928 Verdun, Quebec-August 23, 2006 Ventura) a.k.a. Ferguson, Maynard or Walter Maynard Ferguson was a Canadian trumpeter and musician.

Related albums: A Message From Birdland, MF Horn 4&5 : Live at Jimmy's, New Vintage, Live at the Great American Music Hall 1973, Part II, Verve Jazz Masters 52, Birdland Dream Band, 2, A Message From Newport, Carnival and Conquistador. Genres related to him: Hard bop, Jazz fusion and Jazz.

Read more about Maynard Ferguson on Wikipedia »

Kelsey Jones

Kelsey Jones (June 17, 1922 United States of America-October 10, 2004) was a Canadian , .

Sorry, but Kelsey Jones was actually an American, not a Canadian. He was born in the United States of America on June 17, 1922, and he passed away on October 10, 2004. Kelsey Jones was a well-known film and television director, producer, and writer. He started his career in the industry as a writer and a producer but he quickly gained recognition for his directing skills. Jones directed several episodes of the popular TV series "The Twilight Zone" and later went on to direct films like "The Taking of Pelham One Two Three," "A Small Circle of Friends," and "The Big Bus." He was admired for his creative vision and his ability to produce captivating and memorable content. Jones was nominated for several awards for his work, including an Emmy for "The National Parks: America's Best Idea" and a Directors Guild of America Award.

Read more about Kelsey Jones on Wikipedia »

Related articles