Here are 17 famous musicians from England died at 66:
Carlo Little (December 17, 1938 London-August 6, 2005 Cleadon) was an English drummer.
He died in lung cancer.
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Brigid Brophy (June 12, 1929 London-August 7, 1995) was an English writer, novelist and author.
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Maurice Leyland (July 20, 1900 Harrogate-January 1, 1967 Scotton) was an English personality.
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Vic Oliver (July 8, 1898 Vienna-August 15, 1964 Johannesburg) also known as Viktor Oliver Von Samek was an English comedian, actor and violinist.
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Charles James Apperley (April 5, 1777-May 19, 1843) also known as Nimrod was an English writer.
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Thomas Heywood (April 5, 1575 Lincolnshire-August 16, 1641) was an English personality.
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Anna Seward (December 12, 1742 Eyam-March 25, 1809 Lichfield) was an English writer and poet.
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Arthur Pink (April 1, 1886 Nottingham-July 15, 1952) a.k.a. Arthur Walkington Pink or A. W. Pink was an English personality.
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Alfred Ainger (February 9, 1837 England-February 8, 1904 England) was an English critic and biographer.
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Willis Cuttell (September 13, 1863 Sheffield-December 9, 1929) was an English personality.
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Daniel Burley Woolfall (June 15, 1852 England-October 24, 1918) was an English personality.
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Fred Price (April 25, 1902 England-January 13, 1969) was an English personality.
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Brian Luckhurst (February 5, 1939 Sittingbourne-March 1, 2005 Kent) was an English personality.
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A. P. Lucas (February 20, 1857 Westminster-October 12, 1923) was an English personality.
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Gerald Hugh Tyrwhitt-Wilson, 14th Baron Berners (September 18, 1883 Bridgnorth-April 19, 1950 Faringdon) otherwise known as Gerald Tyrwhitt-Wilson, Lord Berners, Tyrwhitt-Wilson, Lord Berners or Adela Quebec was an English composer, painter and novelist.
Discography: English Music. Genres related to him: Ballet, 20th-century classical music and Film score.
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Anne Beauchamp, 16th Countess of Warwick (July 13, 1426 England-September 20, 1492) was an English personality. Her children are called Anne Neville and Isabel Neville, Duchess of Clarence.
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Bertram Brooker (March 31, 1888 London Borough of Croydon-March 22, 1955) was an English novelist and journalist.
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