Famous music stars died as a result of Aplastic anemia

Here are 1 famous musicians from the world died in Aplastic anemia:

Johnny Costa

Johnny Costa (January 17, 1922 Arnold-October 11, 1996 Pittsburgh) also known as Costa, Johnny, John Costa or John D. Costa was an American jazz pianist and composer. His children are John Costa, Jr. and Debbie Elwood.

His most recognized albums: Neighborhood, A Portrait of George Gershwin, Classic Costa, Dream: Johnny Costa Plays Johnny Mercer, Christmas Reflections: Solo Piano, Flying Fingers and Plays Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood.

Johnny Costa was born and raised in Arnold, Pennsylvania, a small town outside of Pittsburgh. He started playing the piano at a young age and quickly developed a passion for jazz music. His talents were recognized early on and he began performing in local clubs and on the radio.

In the 1950s, Costa met the legendary jazz guitarist, Charlie Byrd, and the two formed a musical partnership that lasted for many years. Costa also played with other notable musicians including the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra.

In addition to his career as a performer, Costa was also an accomplished composer. He wrote many original compositions and arrangements, and his music has been recorded by a variety of artists.

One of Costa's most notable contributions to the music world was his work as the pianist and arranger for the children's television show, "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood." He worked on the show for over 30 years and his performances and arrangements of the show's music are beloved by generations of viewers.

Costa continued to perform and record music throughout his life, and his legacy as a jazz pianist and composer continues to be celebrated by music fans around the world.

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