Famous music stars died as a result of Gastrointestinal bleeding

Here are 2 famous musicians from the world died in Gastrointestinal bleeding:

John Panozzo

John Panozzo (September 20, 1948 Chicago-July 16, 1996) also known as Styx, Panozzo or John was an American drummer and actor.

Genres: Rock music, Progressive rock and Hard rock.

He was one of the founding members of the rock band Styx, along with his brother Chuck Panozzo and Dennis DeYoung. John played the drums for Styx for over two decades, and was known for his powerful and dynamic playing style, as well as his creative input in the band's songwriting process. Some of Styx's biggest hits, including "Come Sail Away" and "Renegade", feature John's distinct drumming.

In addition to his work with Styx, John also worked as an actor, appearing in films such as "The Best of Times" and "Just One of the Guys". He also made a cameo appearance in the music video for "Mr. Roboto", one of Styx's most iconic songs.

Sadly, John Panozzo passed away in 1996 at the age of 47, due to complications from alcohol-related liver disease. His contributions to Styx and the rock music scene continue to be remembered and celebrated by fans around the world.

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Dave Barbour

Dave Barbour (May 28, 1912 Flushing-December 11, 1965 Malibu) a.k.a. David Michael Barbour or Dave Barbour and His Music was an American actor. He had one child, Nicki Lee Foster.

His albums: 20 Ans de Carrière and The Mambo Jambo / Dave's Boogie.

Although Dave Barbour was primarily known for his work as a guitarist and bandleader, he did have a brief career in acting. He appeared in a handful of films and TV shows throughout the 1950s, including "The Glenn Miller Story" and "The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T." However, music was his main passion and he became famous as the featured guitarist for Peggy Lee's band during the 1940s. Barbour played on many of Lee's biggest hits, including "Mañana," "Lover," and "Black Coffee." He also collaborated with Lee as a songwriter, co-writing several of her songs. Barbour continued to perform and record music throughout the 1950s, although his career was interrupted by health problems. He passed away in 1965 at the age of 53.

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