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Tamas Barta - Died 2-16-1982 (or 17) in Los Angeles, CA, U. - Shot in bed, possibly by mafia ( Rock ) Born 1948 in Hungary - Played guitar, harmonica and sang - Was a member of Locomotiv GT (They did, "Angel of Hobos" and "Rock Yourself Away"). Jerome Moross - Died 7-27-1983 - Congestive heart failure - Born 8-1-1913 in Brooklyn, NY, U. - Compose and pianist - Wrote music for the films, The Big Country and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and for TV's, Wagon Train. James Jamerson (James Lee Jamerson Jr.)- Died 8-2-1983 - Pneumonia ( Soul ) Born 1-29-1938 in Charleston, SC, U. - Bass player - Utility man - Played for The Temptations, Marvin Gaye, The Dramatics, The Mighty Clouds of Joy, Aretha Franklin, Quincy Jones, The Four Tops, Martha And The Vandellas, Bob Dylan and many others - Was one of The Funk Brothers - Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Inductee . Vaclav Trojan - Died 8-5-1983 in Prague, Czechoslovakia - Heart failure - Born 4-24-1907 in Plzen, Czechoslovakia (at the time Austro-Hungary) - Composer - Wrote music for the puppet films by cartoon-film maker and director Jiri Trnka ( "Bajaja", "Spalicek" and "Svejk") and an opera for children ("Kolotoc" (Merry-Go-Round)). Klaus Nomi (Klaus Sperber) - Died 8-6-1983 in New York, NY, U. Barry Gray - Died 4-26-1984 in Guernsey, Channel Islands, UK - Born 7-18-1908 in Blackburn, Lancashire, England - Pianist and composer - Worked with Gerry Anderson - Wrote music for the puppet shows, The Adventures Of Twizzle and Thunderbirds and also for TV's, UFO and Space:1999. Whispering Smith (Moses Smith) - Died 4-28-1984 in Baton Rouge, LA, U. ( Blues ) Born 1-25-1932 in Union Church, Mississippi, U. - Sang and played harmonica - (He did, "A Thousand Miles From Nowhere" and "Texas Flood") - Worked with Lightnin' Slim and Silas Hogan - Louisiana Blues Hall Of Fame Inductee. - Played trumpet and trombone - (Co-wrote, "The Music Goes Round And Round") - Worked with Jimmy Durante and Eddie Farley. Ernest Tubb (Ernest Dale Tubb) - Died 9-6-1984 in Nashville, TN, U. Johnny Marks - Died 9-3-1985 ( Composer ) Born in Mt. Nick Music" publishers and scored the TV special "Rudolph, The Red Nosed Reindeer" - The Songwriters Hall of Fame Inductee. Carl Jones (aka Jump Jones) - Died 9-24-1985 in Chicago, IL, U. Nelson Riddle - Died 10-6-1985 ( Jazz - Pop ) Born 6-1-1921 in Oradell, NJ, U. - Worked with Tommy Dorsey, Ella Mae Morse, Ella Fitzgerald and others - Was the leader of Nelson Riddle & His Orchestra. Merle Watson - Died - A tractor he was driving flipped over on him ( Country ) Born 2-8-1949 in Deep Gap, North Carolina, U. - Singer and guitarist - Son of Doc Watson who he teamed up with . John Bubbles (John William Sublett) - The father of rhythm tap - Died 5-18-1986 in Louisville, KY, U. Hank Mobley (Henry Mobley) - Died 5-30-1986 ( Jazz ) Born 7-7-1930 in Eastman, GA, U. - Was a member of The Jazz Messengers - Worked with Pepper Adams, Horace Silver, Miles Davis, Philly Joe Jones and Blue Mitchell. - Singer - (She did, "When The Moon Comes Over The Mountain" and is best known for her version of, "God Bless America") - Worked with Jack Miller's Orchestra - Radio Hall Of Fame Inductee. Joe Maphis (Otis Wilson Maphis) - King Of The Strings - Died 6-27-1986 ( Country ) Born 5-12-1921 in Suffolk, VA, U. - Played guitar, mandolin, fiddle and banjo - (He did, "Fire On The Strings" and "Randy Lynn Rag") - Was a member of The Railsplitters - Worked with Johnny Bond, Jimmy Boyd, Johnny Burnette, The Collins Kids, Ricky Nelson, Wanda Jackson, Rose Maddox, Tex Ritter, Laura Lee Perkins and his wife Rose Lee Maphis (They did, "Dim Lights, Thick Smoke (And Loud, Loud Music)"). Coke Escovedo (Thomas Escovedo) - Died 7-13-1986 ( Latin Jazz - Rock ) Born 4-30-1941 - Percussionist (He did,"Easy Come, Easy Go" and "No One To Depend On") Was a member of Azteca (They did,"Mazatlan" and "Can't Take The Funk Out Of Me") Worked with Santana - Uncle of Shelia E and cousin of Pete Escovedo. Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (Edward Davis) - Died 11-3-1986 in Culver City, CA, U. Rudolf Cortes (Rudolf Kraisinger) - Died in Krasna Lipa, Czechoslovakia ( Swing - Musical ) Born 3-15-1921 in Plzen, Czechoslovakia - Actor and singer (He did, "Dobrou Noc", "Nelly Gray" and "Az Budes Ma").

Thelonious Monk (Thelonious Sphere Monk) - Died 2-17-1982 - Stroke ( Jazz - Bebop ) Born in Rocky Mount, North Carolina, U. - Piano player (He did, "Blue Monk" and "There's Danger In Your Eyes") - Worked with Coleman Hawkins, Dizzy Gillespie and Charlie Rouse. Roosevelt Sykes (aka Dobby Bragg, Willie Kelly and Easy Papa Johnson) The Honeydripper - Died 7-11-1983 - Heart attack (Blues) Born 1-31-1906 in Elmar, Arkansas, U. (He recorded,"Henry Ford Blues" and "Forty Four Blues") Blues Foundation Hall of Fame Inductee. Jobriath Boone (Bruce Wayne Campbell) (aka Jobriath Salisbury and Cole Berlin) - Died 8-3-1983 - A. Judy Canova (Juliette Canova) - The Ozark Nightingale - Died 8-5-1983 in Hollywood, CA, U. Gordon Jenkins - Died 5-1-1984 ( Jazz ) Born 5-12-1910 in Webster Groves, MO, U. - Pianist, orchestra leader and arranger - (Had a hit with, "Goodnight Irene") - He helped get The Weavers a recording contract - Worked with Isham Jones, Benny Goodman, Dick Haymes, Nat King Cole, Frank Sinatra and Lennie Hayton Nudie Cohn (Nuta Kotlyarenko) - Died 5-9-1984 - Born in Kiev, Russia (now Ukraine)- Clothing Designer and mandolin player - Did "Nudie" suits for Elvis Presley, Hank Williams, ZZ Top, Elton John, John Lennon and many, many other musicians - Recorded with Dusty Rhodes and Tex Williams. - Played trombone - He worked with Pete Fountain, Monk Hazel, Johnny De Droit, Sharkey Bonano and Leon Ropollo. ( Gospel - R&B ) Born 9-21-1927 in Wayne County, Michigan, U. - Singer - Worked with The Unity Baptist Five, The Carols, (They did, "Drink Gin" and "Please Believe In Me"), The Drifters and The Ravens. Little Brother Montgomery (Eurreal Wilford Montgomery) - Died 9-6-1985 in Chicago, Ill, U. ( Blues ) Born 4-18-1906 in Kentwood, Louisiana, U. - Singer and pianist - (He recorded, "Louisiana Blues" and "The Woman I Love Blues") - Worked with Kid Ory, Otis Rush, Buddy Guy, Magic Sam and Skip James. Tex Williams (Sollie Paul Williams) (aka Jack Williams) - Died ( Country Swing ) Born 8-23-1917 in Ramsey, Fayette County, IL, U. (He did,"The Night Miss Ann's Hotel for Single Girls Burned Down") Was the leader of The Texas Caravan (They did,"Smoke! Gary Holton - Died - Drugs and alcohol ( Punk - Rigg' Rock ) Born 1950 - Was 1/2 of Gary Holton And Casino Steel and sang with The Heavy Metal Kids - He acted in the movies Breaking Glass and Quadrophenia. (aka Morton James) - The Irish Nightingale - Died in Palm Beach, FL, U. Dick Rowe - Died 6-6-1986 - Diabetes ( Deca A & R Man ) Born 1925 - Famous for refusing to sign The Beatles with the line, " Nobody cares about guitar groups anymore" - He produced Van Morrison, Them and Tex Ritter. - (Co-wrote, "Almost Like Being In Love" and "They Call The Wind Maria") - Worked with Frederick Loewe - Songwriters Hall Of Fame Inductee. Whitey Ford (Benjamin Francis Ford) - The Duke Of Paducah - Died 6-20-1986 in Nashville, TN, U. Monk Higgins (Milton Bland)- Died 7-3-1986 in Los Angeles, CA, U. - Respitory disease ( Soul - Jazz - Funk - R&B ) Born 10-3-1936 in Menifee, AR, U. - (He did, "Who Dun It" and "Gotta Be Funky") - Worked with The Three Sounds, Blue Mitchell, Junior Wells, Gene Harris, Muddy Waters, Freddy Robinson and Etta James. - Singer, saxophonist, trumpeter and harmonica player - Worked with Gene Krupa, Lionel Hampton, Buddy Rich and Tadd Dameron. Buddy Williams (Harold Williams) - The Yodelling Jackaroo - Died ( Country ) Born 9-5-1918 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia - Singer, songwriter and guitarist - The Country Music Hands Of Fame Inductee and The Country Music Roll Of Renown Inductee. - Played violin and bass horn - Founder of The Continental Band renamed The Broadway Band which became The Six Fat Dutchmen - International Polka Music Hall Of Fame Inductee and The Minnesota Music Hall Of Fame Inductee. -1987 - Born 3-29-1922 - Played guitar and bass - Led The Kenny Bass Polka Poppers Orchestra - Worked with The Sokach Habat Tunemixers - International Polka Music Hall Of Fame Inductee and National Cleveland-Style Polka Hall Of Fame Inductee. -1987 ( Gospel ) Born 8-22-1910 - Singer - Worked with The Cleveland Quartet, Homeland Harmony Quartet, The Vaughan Victory Quartet and The Harmoneers Quartet - Georgia Music Hall Of Fame Inductee and Southern Gospel Music Hall Of Fame Inductee. - Singer - Was a member of The Hilltoppers (They did, "Chicken, Chicken" and "Trying") - Worked for Dot records. - Artist and designer - Produced The Velvet Underground and designed a few of their album covers.

- Worked with The Nightingales (They did, "Somewhere To Lay My Head" and "The Last Mile Of The Way"), The Sensational Nightingales, The Sensational Knights and The Soul Stirrers. Cozy Cole - Died 1-31-1981 ( Jazz - Rock ) Born in East Orange, New Jersey, U. - Drummer for The Cozy Cole Combo (They recorded, "Topsy") - Worked with Jelly Roll Morton ("Load Of Cole"), Stuff Smith, Milt Hinton and Cab Calloway's Orchestra ("Paradiddle" and "Crescendo In Drums"). Kit Lambert (Christopher Sebastian Lambert) - Died 4-7-1981 in London, England - A brain hemorrhage after a fall down stairs - Born 5-11-1935 in London, England - Manager and producer - Managed The Who. Bumble & the Stingers ("Bumble Boogie" and "Nut Rocker") - Worked with Duane Eddy, Johnny Burnette, The Crickets, Bobby Vee, Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Simon And Garfunkel and Buddy Knox.

- Played banjo and guitar and was a singer and songwriter - Was half of the duo, Lulu Belle And Scotty (The Sweethearts Of Country Music) with his wife Lulu (They did, "Have I Told You Lately That I Love You" and "Remember Me") - Nashville Songwriters Hall Of Fame Inductee. King Pleasure (Clarence Beeks) - Died 3-21-1981 in Los Angeles, CA, U. Bob "The Bear" Hite - Died 4-5-1981 - Heart attack ( Rock ) Born 2-26-1945 in Torrance, California, U. - Played harmonica and sang for Canned Heat (They recorded, "On The Road Again" and "Let's Work Together"). Ernie Freeman - Died 5-15-1981 in Beverly Hills, CA, U. - Heart attack ( Rock ) Born 8-16-1922 in Cleveland, OH, U. - Pianist and arranger - (He did, "Raunchy", "Jivin' Around" and "Lost Dreams") - He also recorded as B.

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. Dennis Lundh - Died 1980 - Cancer ( Prog - Psychedelic ) Percussionist - Was a member of Algarnas Tradgard (They did, "Two Hours Over Two Blue Mountains With A Cockoo On Each Side Of The Hours. Nate Mc Calla (Nathan Mc Calla) - Died 2-20-1980 in Fort Lauderdale, FL, U. John, The Ray Charles Band, The Debonaires, Brenton Wood, Afro Blues Quintet 1, Al Green and Levon Helm. Leo Soileau - Died 8-2-1980 ( Zydeco ) Born 1-19-1904 in Ville Platte, LA, U. - Played guitar and fiddle - (He did, "Jolie Blonde" and "Hackberry Hop") - He was the leader of The Three Aces and The four Aces - Worked with The Soileau Couzens, Mayeus Lafleur and Moise Robin. Harold Adamson - Died 8-17-1980 in Beverly Hills, CA, U. Joe Dassin (Joseph Ira Dassin) - Died 8-21-1980 in Papeete, Tahiti - Heart attack ( Pop - Chanson ) Born - Singer and composer - (He did, "Bip Bip", "Katy Cruel", "Le Moustique" and "L'ete Indien") - Worked with Jean-Marie Rivat. Guy Stevens - Died 8-28-1981 in South London, England - Heart attack ( Producer ) Born 4-6-1943 in South London, England - He produced The Clash, Free, Mott The Hoople, Haphash & The Coloured Coat and Traffic - He was also an A-&-R man for Island Records. - Heart failure due to pneumonia ( Blues ) Born 3-6-1893 in Greenwood, Mississippi, U. - Singer, songwriter and guitarist - (He did, "A Chicken Ain't Nothin' But A Bird" and "East St. Sonny Til ( Earlington Carl Tilghman) - Died 12-9-1981 - Heart attack ( R&B ) Born 8-18-1928 in Baltimore, Maryland, U. - Singer - Was a member of The Vibranaires and The Orioles (They recorded, "Crying In The Chapel" and "Baby Please Don't Go") - Rock And Roll Hall Of Inductee. Hoagy Carmichael (Howard Hoagland Carmichael) - Died in Rancho Mirage, CA, U. - Heart attack ( Pop - Jazz ) Born in Bloomington, IN, U. - Composer, pianist, singer - (He wrote, "Stardust", "Georgia on My Mind" and "Up the Lazy River") - Songwriters Hall Of Fame Inductee and Nashville Songwriters Hall Of Fame Inductee. Sauceman (John Paul Sauceman) - Died 1984 ( Bluegrass ) Born 1926 - He was one of The Sauceman Brothers (They did, "Little birdie" and "Pretty Polly") and The Hillbilly Ramblers - Worked with Carl Butler, Joe Stuart and Tater Tate. - Played congas, claves, bongos and the gourd - Was one of The Funk Brothers - He can be heard on The Temptations's, "(I Know) I'm Losing You" and Smokey Robinson & The Miracles', "I Second That Emotion". Bubba Brown (John Henry Brown) - Died 1985 in Los Angeles, CA, U. Richard Ahlert - Died 1985 - He was 63 years old - Composer - (Co-wrote, "Runnin' Out Of Fools") - Was a member of The ASCAP - His songs have been sung by Perry Como, Aretha Franklin and Elvis Costello - Husband of singer, June Alhert and son of composer, Fred Ahlert. Ricky West (Richard Allen Westfield) - Died 1985 - Illness ( Funk ) Born 5-7-1943 in Dagenham, Essex, England - Keyboardist - Was a member of Kool & The Gang (They did,"Hollywood Swinging" and "Fruitman") and North, East, South, West.