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James Brown
   was a   
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Legendary soul singer
Luther Vandross
   was a   
Musician
D. July 1st 2005. singer.
Bob Marley
   is famous for being a   
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a singer, guitarist and songwriter from the ghettos of Jamaica. He is most likely the best known reggae musician of all times, famous for popularising the genre outside of Jamaica. Much of his work deals with the struggles of the impoverished and/or powerless.
Neverland
   is/was   
The Home of Musician Michael Jackson
In Santa Barbara County, California
Sinéad O'Connor
   is known as a   
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Activist - Shaved her head and became a priestess
Enya
   is known as a   
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Born 1961, Eithne Patricia Ní Bhraonáin. Ireland's best-selling solo act.
Bob Geldof
   is known as a   
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And entrepreneur born 1954
Bo Diddley
   was a   
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Singer, songwriter, and guitarist. Bo was a founding father of Rock 'n' Roll whose distinctive "Shave and a haircut, two bits" rhythm and innovative guitar effects inspired legions of other musicians. Nee Ellas Otha Bates a.k.a. Ellas McDaniel b. 30 December 1928 (McComb, Mississippi, USA) d. 2 June 2008 (Archer, Florida) - aged 79
Gene Pitney
   was a   
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Singer
Ike Turner
   was a   
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D. Dec 12th 2007. Aged 76, American R&B musician and record producer, ex-husband of Tina Turner, cocaine overdose.
Luciano Pavarotti
   was a   
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Tenor.
Issac Hayes
   was a   
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B. August 20, 1942 – d. August 10, 2008) was an American soul & funk singer-songwriter, musician, record producer, arranger, composer, and actor. His film Shaft, earned Hayes an Academy Award for Best Original Song (the first Academy Award received by an African-American in a non-acting category) and 2 Grammy Awards. He received a third Grammy for the album Black Moses. From 1997 to 2006, he provided the voice for the character "Chef" on the Comedy Central animated TV series South Park.
Eartha Kitt
   was a   
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American Actress, Singer and Cabaret star. Perhaps best known for her 1953 Christmas song "Santa Baby", Orson Welles once called her the "most exciting woman in the world." She took over the role of Catwoman for the third season of the 1960s Batman TV series. Kitt, a self-proclaimed "sex kitten" famous for her catlike purr, was one of America's most versatile performers, winning two Emmys and nabbing a third nomination. She also was nominated for several Tonys and two Grammys. b. 17 January 1927(Columbia, South Carolina, USA) d. 25 December 2008 (Weston, Connecticut, USA)
Ray Charles
   was a   
Musician
Gospel/blues pianist and singer; June 10, 73
Michael Jackson
   was a   
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August 29, 1958 – June 25, 2009. An American recording artist, entertainer, and businessman. The 7th child of the Jackson family, he debuted on the professional music scene at the age of 11 as a member of The Jackson 5 and began a solo career in 1971 while still a member of the group. Referred to as the "King of Pop" in subsequent years, five of his solo studio albums are among the world's best-selling records: Off the Wall (1979), Thriller (1982), Bad (1987), Dangerous (1991) and HIStory (1995).
Cat
   means   
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Wilson Pickett
   was a   
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Born 1941; American singer-songwriter, whose explosive style helped define the soul music of the 1960s.
Whitney Houston
   was a   
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D.2012. Singer. Also actress Houston's first acting role was as the star of the feature film The Bodyguard (1992). The lead single "I Will Always Love You", became the best-selling single by a female artist in music history.
Louis Armstrong
   was a   
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Bix Beiderbecke
   was a   
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American jazz musician (1903-1931)
Bing Crosby
   was a   
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One of the most popular recording artists of the 20th century
Roy Acuff
   was a   
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American country music star (1903-1992)
Jimmy Dorsey
   was a   
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American bandleader (1904-2005)
Glenn Miller
   was a   
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American bandleader (1904-1944)
Fats Waller
   was a   
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American pianist (1904-1943)
Count Basie
   was a   
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American bandleader (1904-1984)
Maria Von Trapp
   was a   
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Matriarch of the Trapp Family Singers; inspiration for The Sound of Music (1905-1987)
Percy Faith
   was a   
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Canadian-born bandleader (1908-1976)
Benny Goodman
   was a   
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American jazz and swing clarinetist and bandleader (1909-1986)
Burl Ives
   was a   
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American folk singer (1909-1995)
Cozy Cole
   was a   
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American jazz drummer (1909-1981)
Dave Brubeck
   was a   
Musician
American jazz pianist (1920-2012)
Leonard Cohen
   was a   
Musician
D. 2016; Canadian singer, songwriter, poet, novelist and painter; inducted into the Rock and Role Hall of Fame; winner of the Order of Canada
Keith Emerson
   was a   
Musician
D. 2016 Emerson, Lake and Palmer
Chuck Berry
   was a   
Musician
1926-2017. Singer, songwriter and guitarist. One of the pioneers of rock & roll music and a flamboyant performer famous for his "one legged hop" and "duck walk"
Glenn Frey
   was a   
Musician
1948-2016. Singer, songwriter and founding member of the American rock band The Eagles.
Prince
   was a   
Musician
American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist
Gerry Rafferty
   was a   
Musician
Scottish singer-songwriter, best known for his solo hits "Baker Street", "Right Down the Line" and "Night Owl" as well as "Stuck in the Middle with You" recorded by the band Stealers Wheel
Ravi Shankar
   was a   
Musician
Indian master of the sitar
Richie Havens
   was a   
Musician
American singer, songwriter and folk guitarist covering a wide array of folk, soul, and rhythm and blues tracks; opening act at Woodstock
George Jones
   was a   
Musician
American country music singer and songwriter with a long list of hit records
Ray Manzarek
   was a   
Musician
American musician, singer, producer, film director and author, best known as the keyboardist for The Doors
Lou Reed
   was a   
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American singer/songwriter; founder of The Velvet Underground; solo hit of "Walk on the Wild Side"
Pete Seeger
   was a   
Musician
American folk singer and social activist
Bobby Womack
   was a   
Musician
American singer-songwriter, musician and producer; Sam Cook's backing guitarist
Johnny Winter
   was a   
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American singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer of blues; albinist
Acker Bilk
   was a   
Musician
Born Bernard Stanley Bilk, an English clarinettist and vocalist
Joe Cocker
   was a   
Musician
English singer and musician; known for his gritty voice and spasmodic body movements
Robert Johnson
   was a   
Musician
1911-1938. American blues singer-songwriter and musician.
John Lee Hooker
   was a   
Musician
1917-2001.






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