Famous music stars died as a result of Meningitis

Here are 7 famous musicians from the world died in Meningitis:

Alessandro Manzoni

Alessandro Manzoni (March 7, 1785 Milan-May 22, 1873 Milan) also known as Alessandro Francesco Tommaso Manzoni was a writer, novelist and poet. He had ten children, Pietro Luigi Manzoni, Giulia Claudia Manzoni, Luigia Maria Vittoria Manzoni, Cristina Manzoni, Sofia Manzoni, Enrico Manzoni, Clara Manzoni, Vittoria Manzoni, Filippo Manzoni and Matilde Manzoni.

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Brook Benton

Brook Benton (September 19, 1931 Lugoff-April 9, 1988 Queens) a.k.a. Brook Brenton, Brook Benten, Benjamin Franklin Peay or Benton, Brook was an American songwriter, singer, actor and musician.

His discography includes: Beautiful Memories of Christmas, Best of Brook Benton, Brook Benton: Forty Greatest Hits, Endlessly: The Best of Brook Benton, Endlessly, My Country / That Old Feeling, Songs I Love to Sing, 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: The Best of Brook Benton, At His Best and The Best of Brook Benton. Genres: Pop music, Rhythm and blues and Soul music.

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Srečko Kosovel

Srečko Kosovel (March 18, 1904 Sežana-May 26, 1926 Tomaj) also known as Srecko Kosovel or Kosovel, Srečko was a Slovene , .

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Larry Parnes

Larry Parnes (February 11, 2015 Willesden-August 4, 1989 London) also known as Laurence Maurice Parnes was a British film producer, promoter and writer.

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Ludwig Schnorr von Carolsfeld

Ludwig Schnorr von Carolsfeld (July 2, 1836 Munich-July 21, 1865) was a German singer.

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Lloyd "Tiny" Grimes

Lloyd "Tiny" Grimes (July 7, 1916 Newport News-March 4, 1989 New York City) a.k.a. Grimes, Tiny was an American musician.

His discography includes: Tiny in Swingville (feat. Jerome Richardson), 1944-1949 and Blues Groove (With Tiny Grimes).

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Jimmy Blythe

Jimmy Blythe (May 20, 1901 Louisville-June 21, 1931 Chicago) also known as Blythe, Jimmy or Jimmy Blythe Jr. was an American jazz pianist.

Discography: I've Got The Yes! We Have No Banana Blues, Alley Rat / Sweet Papa, Armour Ave. Struggle / Chicago Stomp, Girl of My Dreams, Barney Google, (I'd Love To Call You) My Sweetheart, Last Night on the Back Porch, Fat Meat and Greens / Jimmie Blues, Mr. Freddie Blues / Lovin's Been Here and Gone to Mecca Flat and Mr. Freddie Blues.

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