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Charles Camilleri - Died 1-3-2009 - Born 9-7-1931 in Hamrun, Malta - Composer - (He wrote, "Cosmic Visions" and "Wine of Peace") - His early works were based on folk music and legends of Malta while his later works were improvisational. " and "All For Him") and the film, The Barefoot Contessa - Worked with Bing Crosby ("I'll See You In C-U-B-A"), Fred Astaire ("Heat Wave") and Tito Puente - She had been married to actor, Edmond O'Brien. - Played baritone saxophone, piano and guitar - Replaced Leroy Cooper in The Ray Charles Orchestra - Recorded with Bob Ackerman, Rob Blakeslee, Roger Boykin, David Fathead Newman and Fred Raulston. Holmes) - Died 1-5-2009 - Massive organ shutdown - Born - Songwriter and lyricist - Wrote for Sodderpot, The Squeemish, Long and The Globules - She was the wife of musician, Steve Andricks. - Played guitar, bass and accordion and was a songwriter - Was a member of The Stooges (They did, "I Wanna Be Your Dog" and "1969") - Worked with Destroy All Monsters, New Race, The Empty Set, The Wylde Ratttz, Dark Carnival and The New Order. Manny Castillo (Manuel Diosdado Castillo Jr.) - Died 1-6-2009 in San Antonio, TX, U. Ted Burk (aka Haia) - Died 1-6-2009 - Natural causes - He was 73 years old - Was a member of The CIA (Citizens For Interplanetary Activity) who shared the bill with Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin - Worked with The Angels Of Light theatrical troupe and George Harrison. ( Jazz - Babershop ) Born 4-12-1927, in Canisteo, NY, U. - Trombonist and singer - Was a member of Horizon and Dixie On The Deck - Worked with The Max Davis Orchestra, The Four-tune Hunters and The Stardusters. ( Country ) Born 8-30-1941 in Chicago, Illinois, U. - Singer, guitarist, comedian and drummer - He was half of the duo, The Hager Twins (They did, "Gotta Get To Oklahoma ('Cause California's Gettin' To Me)" - Was a regular on TV's, Hee Haw - Worked with Buck Owens. Anabel Bosch (Ana Isabel Ramirez Bosch) - Died 1-10-2009 - In a coma after an operation for a brain aneurysm ( Rock ) Born 1-25-1976 - Singer - Worked with Elektrikcoolaid, Spy, Analog and Tropical Depression - Wife of actor, Jamie Wilson. Jack Rather (Robert Jack Rather) - Died 1-1-2009 in San Juan Capistrano, CA, U. - Cancer ( Blues - R&B - Jazz ) Born in San Patricio County, TX., U. - Singer and guitarist - Worked with The National Soul Review Band, BB King, The Rather Love Band, The Funk Bunnies and Bobby Bland. - Singer - Led Tommy Ellison And The Singing Stars - Worked with The Five Singing Stars, The Chosen Gospel Singers, The Harmonizing Four - Recorded for Gotham, Nashboro, Revelation, HOB, HSE, A. Olga San Juan - The Puerto Rican Pepperpot - Died 1-3-2009 in Burbank, CA, U. - Kidney failure - Born 3-16-1927 in Brooklyn, NY, U. - Singer and dancer - Appeared in the Broadway musical, Paint Your Wagon ("How Can I Wait? - Was a founding member of The Swan Silvertones (They did, "I'm Gonna Walk That Milky White Way" and "Mary, Don't You Weep") - Worked with Paul Simon - Recorded for King, Specialty, Vee Jay and HOB Records. Pev Pevitt (Stuart Pevitt) - Died 1-6-2009 - Cancer ( Rock ) Born in Sale, Cheshire - Sang and played harmonica - Was a member of The Purple Gang (They did, "Granny Takes A Trip" and "Sunset Over The Mersey").Leroy Smith (aka Chicken George) - Found dead 1-15-2009 in Manchester, England - Bronchopneumonia ( Soul ) Born 9-3-1952 in Kingston, Jamaica - Keyboardist - Was a member of The Sweet Sensation (They did, "Purely By Coincidence" and "Sad Sweet Dreamer"). Leslie Carole Johnson - Died 1-17-2009 in Minneapolis, Minn., U. - Cancer - Born 6-16-1942 in Bloomington, Minn., U. - Founder and publisher of the traditional jazz and ragtime magazine, The Mississippi Rag - Founding board member for The Twin Cities Jazz Society. Gerard Blanc - Died 1-25-2009 - Brain hemorrhage ( Rock - Disco ) Born 12-8-1947 in France - Singer and guitarist - (He did, "Une autre histoire") - Was a member of Les Windings, Balthazar and Martin Circus (They did, "Je m'eclate au Senegal" and "Marylene"). Arthur Kent (Arthur Lawrence Kent) - Died 1-26-2009 in Florence SC, U. Billy Powell (William Norris Powell) - Died 1-27-2009 in Orange Park - Heart attack ( Rock ) Born 6-3-1952 in Corpus Christi, TX, U. - Keyboardist - Was a member of Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Rossington-Collins Band and The Allen Collins Band - Worked with Alice Marr, Alias and Vision- Father of guitarist, Brandon Powell - Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Inductee.
Ramon de Algeciras (Ramon Sanchez Gomez) - Died 1-20-2009 in Madrid, Spain ( Flamenco ) Born 1938 in Algeciras, Cadiz, Spain - Guitarist, songwriter and singer - (He did, "Almoraina" and "Rosa María") - Worked with Antonio Mairena, Pepe Marchena, La Nina de los Peines and Pepe Pinto - He was the brother of singer, Pepe de Lucia and guitarist, Paco de Lucia. Mickey Gee (Michael Gee) - Died 1-21-2009 in Cardiff, Glamorgan, South Wales - Emphysema ( Rock ) Born in Cardiff, Glamorgan, South Wales - Guitarist - Worked with Tom Jones, Joe Cocker's Grease Band, Dave Edmunds ("I Hear You Knockin'" and "Girls Talk"), Love Sculpture, Rockpile, Willie And The Poor Boys ("Revenue Man (White Lightening)") and Shakin Stevens ("Green Door" and "This Ole' House"). Mik Risingham (Michael Risingham) - Found dead 1-21-2009 in London, England - Hanged himself ( Rock ) Born 1-22-1960 - Singer and songwriter - Was a member of Fourth Wall, The Singles, Kick and The Passengers. Hiroshi Oguchi (Sometimes spelled Ohguchi) - Died 1-24-2009 in Tokyo, Japan - Liver cancer ( Rock ) Born in Kawaguchi, Japan - Drummer and actor - Was a member of The Tempters, PYG and Vodka Collins (They did, "Sands Of Time" and "Automatic Pilot") - Owned the fashion company, Practice Of Silence - Acted in the miniseries, Shogun and in the film, Strange Circus - He was married to actress, Kimie Shingyoji and is the father of musician and artist, Gento Oguchi. Mike Francis (Francesco Puccioni) - Died 1-30-2009 in Rome, Italy - Lung cancer ( Pop - Disco ) Born 4-26-1961 in Florence, Italy - Singer, guitarist and pianist - (He did, "Let Me In" and "Survivor"). - Composer, singer and lyricist - (Co-wrote, "Gotta Be This Or That" and "I Love You In Six Eight Time") - Worked with Vincent Lopez, Paul Whiteman, Ben Bernie and Abe Lyman.
David "Fathead" Newman (Davis Newman Jr.) - Died 1-20-2009 in Kingston, NY, U. - Pancreatic cancer ( Jazz - Blues - R&B ) Born 2-24-1933 in Corsicana, TX, U. - Played saxophone and flute - Worked with The Ray Charles Band, Herbie Mann, Queen Latifah, Doug Sahm, Art Blakey, Dr. Herman Wilburn (Herman Daniel Wilburn) - Died 1-20-2009 in San Antonio, TX, U. - Pancreatic cancer ( Country ) Born 12-2-1951 in San Antonio, TX, U. - Singer and guitarist - Was a member of The Wilburn Brothers Band - Worked with Augie Myers, Flaco Jimenez, Frenchie Burke and Johnny Rodriguez. Charlie Cooper (Charles Wesley Cooper III - Died 1-22-2009 in Chicago, IL, US - His body found 1-27-2009 (Techno) Born 4-12-1977 - Was a member of Telefon Tel Aviv (They did, "At The Edge Of The World You Will Still Float" and "John Thomas On The Inside Is Nothing But Foam"). Leonard Gaskin (Leonard Ogarro Gaskin) - Died 1-24-2009 in Bayside, NY, U. Christine Gentry (Christine Lovelace Gentry) (Christine Lovelace Koonce) - Died 1-31-2009 in Florence, AL, U. - Complications after a fall - Born 7-28-1920 in Cloverdale, AL, U. - Pianist and organist - Worked with Liberace - Recorded for MCA Records - Cousin of Sun Records', Sam Phillips and aunt of band leader, Ken Lovelace. - Drummer - A founding member of The Untouchables - Worked with Robert Ward, Wilson Picket, Ohio Untouchables, The Falcons, Arthur Prysock and many other groups Ralph Ortiz (aka Thumper) (Rafael Ortiz Jr.) - Died 2-2-2009 - Cancer ( Rock - Soul - Jazz - Funk ) Born 5-27-1956 in Newark, NY, U. - Bassist - Worked with Prime Time Funk, Cabo Frio, The Hot Sweets, The Shakes, Mother Freedom, Sherman Robertson, Dave Hanlon's Cookbook, Chet Catallo & Cats, The Bandits, The Legendary Dukes, Kicks, Saratoga, The Believers, Francine Reed and Greg Walker & The Powerglide Blues Band. Kurt Demmler - Died 2-3-2009 in Berlin - Hanged himself in prison ( Rock ) Born 9-12-1943 in Posen - Singer, guitarist and songwriter - He wrote songs for Nina Hagen, Rote Gitarren, Silly, Karat, Babylon, Frank Schobel, Puhdys and Berluc.
Vic Lewis - Died 2-9-2009 ( Jazz ) Born 7-29-1919 - Guitarist and bandleader - Worked with George Shearing, Buddy Featherstonhaugh, Stephane Grappelli, Bobby Hackett, Eddie Condon, Pee Wee Russell and Ted Heath.
Howard Kanovitz - Died 2-9-2009 in Manhattan, NY, U. - Bacterial infection after heart surgery ( Jazz ) Born 2-9-1929 in Fall River, MA, U. - Trombonist and artist - Was a member of The Earl Kay Quartet and The East 13th Street Band - As an artist he was a pioneer in the Photo Realism style of painting. ( Country ) Pneumonia - Played keyboards and fiddle - Worked with Doug Stone, Webb Pierce, Billy Dean, Shenandoah, Tanya Tucker and The Forrester Sisters. - Plane crash ( Jazz ) He was 34 years old - Played guitar - (He did, "Lummi Island" and "Alone Together") - Worked with his wife, Jeanie Bryson and also worked with Chuck Mangione, Joe Williams, James Spaulding, Frank Wess, Doug Lawrence, Etta Jones, Christian Mc Bride, Adam Scone and Ben Dixon.
Lisa Flaxman (Lisa Judith Flaxman) - Died 1-14-2009 in Chevy Chase, Maryland, U. - Breast cancer ( Folk - Musicals - Opera - Children's Music ) She was 43 years old - Born in Providence, RI, U. - Singer and pianist - Worked with The Washington Savoyards and The Washington Chorus - Founder of musi Kidsa music program for infants and children. - Heart failure ( R&B ) Born 8-31-1928 in Dallas, TX, U. - Played saxophone, clarinet and flute - Worked with Ray Charles ("Crying Time"), Lowell Fulson ("Reconsider Baby"), Dr. - Cancer ( Jazz ) Born 2-22-1932 in Hackensack, NJ, U. - Played bass, clarinet and tuba - Worked with The Elinor Sherry Quartet, The Shep Fields Orchestra, Benny Goodman, Gene Krupa, Oscar Pettiford, Aubrey Tadman, Charlie Ventura, Herbie Mann, Betty Roche and Lester Young - He also was a comedy writer for TV's, Get Smart, All In The Family, The Jeffersons, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, The Odd Couple and Mork And Mindy - Brother of bassist, Red Mitchell. Raju Ananthaswamy - Died 1-17-2009 - Kidney failure - Played harmonium, guitar, tabla and mandolin and was a singer - Born 4-? - Songwriter and pianist - (Wrote Skeeter Davis's, "The End Of The World" and Julie London's, "I'm Coming Back To You") - Collaborated with Johnny Mercer, Sammy Gallop and Redd Evans - His songs have been recorded by Ella Fitzgerald, Nat King Cole, Eydie Gorme, Steve Lawrence and The Mills Brothers.
Rene Coll (Pierre-Rene Colombies) - Died 1-15-2009 in Carcassonne, France - Illness ( Jazz ) Born 1942 in Narbonne, France - Saxophone player and musical director - Worked with Michel Sardou, Patrick Sebastien, Johnny Hallyday, Eddy Mitchell, Julio Iglesias, Veronique Samson, Liane Foly and on many TV shows. John, Wayne Newton, Rhythm Release, Cher, The Righteous Brothers, The Smokin' Torpedoes, Kenny Neal, Joe Cocker and Lightnin' Hopkins. Susanna Foster (Suzanne De Lee Flanders Larson) - Died 1-17-2009 in Englewood, New Jersey, U. -1973 - (He did, "Madhava" and "Ratnana Padagalu") - Wrote music for the film, America America - Son of musician, Mysore Ananthaswamy. Hooker II) - Died 1-24-2009 ( Christian Psychedelic ) H ewas 60 years old - Singer and songwriter - Led The D. Hooker Band (They did, "A Stranger's Smile" and "Forge Your Own Chains"). ( Blues ) Guitarist and singer - Born - Led Black Cat Bone (They did, "Loaded To Fire") and Terry Frank And Bone Deluxe (They did, "The Handyman" and "Stompin"). Mino Reitano (Beniamino Reitano) - Died 1-27-2009 in Agrate Brianza, Monza - Cancer ( Rock - Pop ) Born 12-7-1944 in Fiumara - Played piano, violin and trumpet and was a singer - (He did, "100 colpi alla tua porta" and "Una chitarra, cento illusioni") - Was a member of I Fratelli Reitano.
This site is a list of dead rock stars, dead people associated with rock and dead people whose music helped influence and create rock (which I feel includes Jazz and Country artists), sorted by the date of their demise. James Johnson (James Odell Johnson Sr.) - Died 1-1-2009 in Baltimore, Maryland, U. - Illness ( R&B ) Born in Sumpter, South Carolina, U. - Singer - Was a member of Terry Johnson And The Rhythm Kings who becames The Whispers (They did, "Dont Fool With Lizzie" and "Are You Sorry? Sam Taylor (Sam Willis Taylor Jr.) (aka The Bluzman) - Died 1-4-2009 in Islandia, NY, U. - Complications associated to heart disease ( R&B - Blues ) Born in Crichton, AL, U. - Singer, songwriter and guitarist - (He did, "Drinking Straight Tequila" and "Voice Of The Blues") - Worked with Joey Dee & The Starlighters ("Peppermint Twist") - Otis Redding (whistling at the end of, "(Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay"), B. Express ("Do It (Til You're Satisfied)"), The Drifters, Big Joe Turner, T-Bone Walker, Sam And Dave, Tracy Nelson, Mother Earth and The Isley Brothers - Long Island Music Hall Of Fame Inductee and Blues Hall Of Fame Inductee. Al Westcott - Died 1-7-2009 - Heart attack ( Country ) He was 61 years old - Born in Baltimore, MD, U. - Guitarist - (He did, "Soldiers, Sailors And Tired Old Men" and "Do You Wanna'") - Was a member of Broken Arrow. - Baritone singer - Was a member of The Soul Stirrers and a founding member of R. Harris And The Christland Singers (Sang lead on, "My Journey To The Sky" (Aladdin, 1948), "Lord Jesus" (Aladdin, 1948) and "Peace In The Land" (Peacock, 1951)) - Vocal Group Foundation Hall Of Fame Inductee. Butch Baldassari (Jerome Baldassari) - Died 1-10-2009 in Nashville, TN, U. - Brain cancer ( Bluegrass - Jazz - Celtic ) Born - Played mandolin - Led The Butch Baldassari Trio - Worked with The Weary Hearts, The Lonesome Standard Time and The Grass Is Greener - Founded The Nashville Mandolin Ensemble - Owned the label, Sound Art Recordings. - Composer, singer, actor and musician - Composed the score for the film, Futz!
Tonderai Phiri (aka Tonde 1) - Died 1-3-2009 in Norton - Dysentery - Born 1976 - Hosho player, mbira player, body percussionist and dancer - Was a member of Mbira Dze Nharira and Mawungira Enharira. Tommy Ellison (Thomas Ellison) - Died 1-3-2009 in Columbia, MD, U. Ray Topping (Raymond Keith John Topping) - Died 1-3-2009 in Romford, Essex, UK - Illness - Pneumonia, supranuclear palsy - Born 1-10-1943 in Chalk Farm, London, England - An authority on American recorded music for the post war period of 1945 through 1975 - Contributed discographies to many specialist magazines - He unearthed thousands of rare and unissued master recordings while working for Ace Records Ltd., a reissue label. Ron Asheton (Ronald Franklin Asheton, Jr.) - Found dead 1-6-2009 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, U. - Possible heart attack ( Rock ) Born 7-17-1948 in Washington, D. Claude Jeter (Claudis Augusta Jeter) - Died 1-6-2009 in the Bronx, NY, U. Victor Heyman (Victor Kenneth Heyman) - Died 1-6-2009 in Plantation, Florida, U. - Parkinson's disease - He was 73 years old - Born in Washington, U. - He was a folk music concert promoter and reviewed CDs for the folk publication, Sing Out! Alex van Heerden - Died 1-7-2009 - Car accident - ( Jazz ) He was 34 years old - Trumpet and accordion player - Worked with Mac Mckenzie, Winston Mankunku Ngozi, The Delta Optel Band, Hilton Schilder, Magnus Johansson and Robbie Jansen. Dave Dee (David John Harman) - Died 1-9-2009 in Kingston, Surrey, England - Cancer ( Rock ) Born , Salisbury, Wiltshire, England - Singer - Was a member of Dave Dee And The Bostons who were renamed Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich (They did, "Bend It" and "Hold Tight") - Worked for WEA records, where he signed AC/DC and Gary Numan. Robbie Johns (aka Rob Johns) - Died 1-9-2009 ( Rock - Blues ) He was 56 years old - Drummer, guitarist and singer - Was a member of Diamond Reo (They did, "Aint That Peculiar") who became The Diamonds - Worked with The Yardleys, The Silencers, Rocket 88 and R. Billy Brown (William George Brown) - Died 1-10-2009 in New Smyrna Beach, Florida, U. ( Rockabilly - Country ) Born 7-22-1929 in Princeton, West Virginia, U. - Singer and guitarist - (He did, "Meet Me In The Alley, Sally" and a version of, "He'll Have To Go").
Scott Turner (Graham Turnbull) (Graham Morrison Turnbull) - Died 2-9-2009 in Cobleskill, New York, U. - Born 23-8-1931 in Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada - Guitarist, singer and songwriter - (Wrote or co- wrote, Gene Vincent's, "If You Want My Lovin'" and Tennessee Ernie Ford's, "Hicktown") - Was a member of Tommy Sands And The Raiders - Worked with Guy Mitchell and Eddie Fisher - Collaborated with Buddy Holly, Audie Murphy, Doc Pomus, Alex Harvey, Herb Alpert and John Marascalco - Produced Slim Whitman, Del Reeves and Jimmy Clanton. Franco Hodobo - Died 2-10-2009 in Chitungwiza - Illness - Born 2-8-1960 - Singer, drummer and guitarist - (He did, "Tinoda Socialism" and "Madhiri Mutown") - Worked with The Zig Zag Band and Oliver "Tuku" Mtukudzi. - Singer - (She did, "The Year 2000" and "The Naked Boy") - Was a member of The Darling Sisters renamed, Ronnie & The Relatives (They did, "I Want a Boy") and finally renamed, The Ronettes (They did, "Be My Baby" and "Baby, I Love You") - Worked with Bobby Rydell, Del Shannon and Joey Dee - Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Inductee. Susan Wehle - Died 2-12-2009 in Buffalo, New York, U. - Plane crash ( Spiritual ) She was 55 years old - Singer - She recorded the CD, "Songs Of Healing And Hope" with guitarist, Gunilla Theander Kester.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating