New Zealand musicians died because of Myocardial infarction

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Howard Morrison

Howard Morrison (August 18, 1935 Rotorua-September 24, 2009 Rotorua) a.k.a. Sir Howard Leslie Morrison or Sir Howard Leslie Morrison OBE was a New Zealand actor, musician and entertainer. His children are called Donna Morrison, Richard Morrison and Howard Morrison Jnr.

His discography includes: How Great Thou Art, and The Definitive Collection. His related genres: Māori music.

Howard Morrison was a highly respected and celebrated performer in New Zealand. He first rose to fame in the 1950s as the lead singer of the Howard Morrison Quartet, a popular Māori showband. In addition to his successful career as a musician, Morrison was also an accomplished actor and appeared in a number of films and television shows.

Morrison was known for his deep connection to Māori culture and his dedication to promoting its traditions and values. He was a member of the Te Arawa tribe and was deeply involved in the community throughout his life. In recognition of his contributions, Morrison was awarded a knighthood and an Order of the British Empire for his services to entertainment and Māori culture.

After his death in 2009, Morrison's legacy continued to be celebrated in New Zealand and around the world. He is remembered as a pioneer in Māori music and culture, and his influence on the industry and the nation as a whole cannot be overstated.

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