Here are 10 famous musicians from the world died in Accident:
Kirsty MacColl (October 10, 1959 Croydon-December 18, 2000 Cozumel) also known as Kristy MacColl, Kirsty Anna MacColl or MacColl, Kirsty was an English singer and songwriter. Her children are Jamie Lillywhite and Louis Lillywhite.
Her discography includes: Desperate Character, Kite, Days, Electric Landlady, All I Ever Wanted, Walking Down Madison, Titanic Days, The Essential Collection, Caroline and What Do Pretty Girls Do?. Genres: Folk music, New Wave, Pop music, Alternative rock, Pop rock, Blues rock, Folk rock, Country rock, Country, Rock music and World music.
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Stephen Foster (July 4, 1826 Lawrenceville-January 13, 1864 New York City) also known as Stephen Collins Foster was an American songwriter.
Discography: American Dreamer: Songs of Stephen Foster (Baritone: Thomas Hampson, Violin: Jay Ungar, Guitar: Molly Mason, Piano: David Alpher), Complete Decca Master Takes and Songs by Stephen Foster, Volume 1- 2.
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Chet Baker (December 23, 1929 Yale-May 13, 1988 Amsterdam) otherwise known as Baker Chet, Chey Baker, Chet Baker & Art Pepper, Chesney Henry Baker Jr., Baker, Chet, Chesney Henry Baker, Chesney Henry "Chet" Baker or The Chet Baker Quartette was an American singer, trumpeter, film score composer and actor. He had four children, Chesney Aftab Baker, Missy Baker, Dean Baker and Paul Baker.
His albums include Peace, Supreme Jazz: Chet Baker, My Funny Valentine, Verve Jazz Masters 32, The Art of Ballad, The Gold Collection: Classic Performances, Jazz in Paris: Broken Wing, Oh You Crazy Moon, The Most Important Jazz Album of 1964/65 and Chet Baker Sextet. Genres: West Coast jazz.
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Ron Haydock (April 17, 1940 Chicago-August 14, 1977 Victorville) also known as Vin Saxon, Lonnie Lord or Brick Bardo was an American actor, writer and musician.
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Pauline Lafont (April 6, 1963 Nîmes-August 11, 1988 Barre-des-Cévennes) a.k.a. Pauline Aïda Simone Medveczky, Pauline Medveski or Mademoiselle Lafont was a French actor.
Her albums: M'oublie pas.
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Trouble T Roy (October 19, 1967 Mount Vernon-July 15, 1990 Indianapolis) otherwise known as Troy Dixon or "Trouble" T. Roy was an American dancer and rapper.
Genres he performed: Hip hop music.
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Bernardo Sassetti (June 24, 1970 Lisbon-May 10, 2012 Cascais) otherwise known as Sassetti, Bernardo, Bábá or Bernardo da Costa Sassetti Pais was a Portuguese jazz pianist, film score composer, musician and music educator. He had two children, Maria Fernandes Sassetti Pais and Leonor Fernandes Sassetti Pais.
His albums include Unreal: Sidewalk Cartoons, Indigo, Nocturno, Livre, Dúvida, Alice and Carlos do Carmo & Bernardo Sassetti. His related genres: Film score and Jazz.
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François de Roubaix (April 3, 1939 Neuilly-sur-Seine-November 22, 1975 Tenerife) also known as Farncois de Roubaix, Franзois de Roubaix, Francois de Roubaix, Roubaix, François de or Cisco El Rubio was a French film score composer. He had two children, Patricia de Roubaix and Benjamin de Roubaix.
His albums: Les Chevaliers du ciel, 10 ans de musique de films, Anthologie, Volume 1, Anthologie, Volume 2, Le Monde électronique de François de Roubaix, Dernier domicile connu / Le rapace, L'Homme Orchestre, Les Aventuriers / Le Samouraï, Les plus belles musiques de films de François de Roubaix, Volume 1 and Les plus belles musiques de films de François de Roubaix, Volume 2.
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Jessica Jacobs (November 14, 1990 Melbourne-May 10, 2008 Cheltenham) also known as Jessica Madison Jacobs was an Australian singer and actor.
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Sevim Tanürek (February 11, 2015-May 16, 1998 Istanbul) was a Turkish , .
Genres she performed include Ottoman classical music.
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