English musicians who died due to Stomach cancer

Here are 3 famous musicians from England died in Stomach cancer:

Bobby Graham

Bobby Graham (March 11, 1940 Edmonton, London-September 14, 2009) a.k.a. Graham, Bobby was an English drummer and session musician.

His albums include Crazy Drums/Crazy Drummer.

Throughout his career, Bobby Graham played on many hit records by artists such as Tom Jones, Petula Clark, The Kinks, and Dusty Springfield. He was known for his innovative drumming techniques and was highly sought after for his ability to enhance a song's rhythm and beat. He was also a founding member of the group Joe Meek’s Blue Men, which was responsible for producing Joe Meek's hits. Despite his success as a session musician, Graham struggled with alcoholism and was in and out of rehab throughout his life. He passed away in 2009 due to health complications related to his addiction.

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Jim Capaldi

Jim Capaldi (August 2, 1944 Evesham-January 28, 2005 London) also known as Capaldi, Jim or Nicola James Capaldi was an English drummer, songwriter and musician. He had two children, Tabitha Capaldi and Tallulah Capaldi.

Discography: Living on the Outside, Prince of Darkness, Let the Thunder Cry, Whale Meat Again, One Man Mission, Short Cut Draw Blood, Oh How We Danced, Live: 40,000 Headmen Tour, Some Come Running and Fierce Heart. Genres he performed: Psychedelic rock, Rock and roll, Blues rock, Progressive rock, Latin American music, Pop music and Soft rock.

Capaldi achieved fame as the drummer and a founding member of the psychedelic rock band Traffic, alongside Steve Winwood, Chris Wood, and Dave Mason. He also contributed vocals and songwriting skills to the band's albums. Capaldi went on to have a successful solo career starting with his debut album Oh How We Danced in 1972. He released a total of ten solo albums throughout his career. In addition to his musical career, Capaldi was also an active philanthropist, donating to various charitable causes and founding the Brazilica Festival of Arts and Culture. He was posthumously inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of Traffic in 2004.

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Russ Conway

Russ Conway (September 2, 1925 Bristol-November 16, 2000 Eastbourne) also known as Trevor Stanford, Conway, Russ, Trevor Herbert Stanford or Trevor H. Stanford was an English musician, pianist and composer.

Related albums: Roulette, Snow Coach, The Best Of, Piano Pops No.10, Piano Pops No.8, China Tea, Russ Conway Plays, His Greatest Hits and Time To Play. Genres related to him: Piano.

Russ Conway was born on September 2, 1925 in Bristol, England. He began playing the piano at a young age and later pursued a career in music. In the 1950s, he became one of the UK's most popular and successful piano players, known for his upbeat and catchy melodies.

Conway's style of playing was characterized by his use of catchy rhythms and fast-paced arpeggios. He often incorporated elements of jazz and boogie-woogie into his music, creating a sound that was both lively and entertaining. He had several hit singles, including "Side Saddle" and "Roulette," which helped to cement his place as a top music performer in the UK.

In addition to his successful music career, Conway was also an accomplished composer. He wrote music for films, television shows, and stage productions. He also composed music for advertisements and jingles, which helped to increase his popularity even further.

Conway continued to perform and record music throughout his life, releasing numerous albums and singles. His music remains popular to this day, and he is widely regarded as one of the UK's greatest piano players. He passed away on November 16, 2000 in Eastbourne, England, but his music continues to inspire and entertain fans around the world.

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