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MessageSujet: Rock on 00's   Sam 28 Fév - 1:34

2000
Paul Young – 6/17/47 – 7/15/00. Born in Manchester England, Paul was best known as the singer for Sad Café and Mike and The Mechanics. He was sometimes confused with another Paul Young because they both sang “blue-eyed-soul”. Paul died of a heart attack. He was 53.

2001

Joey Ramone, (Jeffrey Hyman) 5/19/51 – 4/15/01. Born in Forest Hills, New York, Joey was the lead singer and a founding member of The Ramones. He co-produced for the band was a catalyst in getting the punk rock movement started. Joey died of Lymphoma cancer. He was 49.

George Harrison, (George Harold Harrison) 2/24/43 – 11/29/01. Born in Liverpool, England he was a guitarist, singer/songwriter. Best known for being one of The Beatles, George went on to have a successful solo career and also formed member of the The Traveling Wilburys with Tom Petty, Bob Dylan, Roy Orbison and Jeff Lynne. George was one of the first musicians to use his fame to bring attention to the poverty and starvation in a third world country. He died of lung cancer. George was 58.

2002
Dee Dee Ramone, (Douglas Glenn Colvin), 9/18/52 – 6/5/02. Born in Fort Lee, Virginia, Dee Dee was a bassist, singer/songwriter for The Ramones. He also wrote two books, “Chelsea Horror Hotel” and “Lobotomy: Surviving The Ramones”. Dee died of an accidental heroin overdose. He was 50.

John Entwistle, (John Alec Entwistle), 10/9/44 – 6/27/02. John was born in London, England and is best known for being The Who’s bassist. He also worked with several other bands over the years including Ringo Starr, Govt. Mule and The Faces. John died of a cocaine induced heart attack. He was 58.

Michael "Mikey" Hauser, 1/6/62 - 8/10/2. Mikey was born in Boone, North Carolina and was a founding member and guitarist for Widespread Panic. He was considered to be a "silent genius" and wrote many of the songs biggest hits. Mikey was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in the spring of 2002 and died only months later. He was 40.

Joe Strummer (John Graham Mellor), 8/21/52 -12/22/02. Born in Ankara, Turkey Joe was a co-founder, lead singer and guitarist for The Clash. He was loved by many and also dedicated a lot of time to environmental causes. He died of a congenital heart defect. Joe was 50.

2003
Maurice Gibb, 12/22/49 – 1/12/03. Born in Douglas, England, Maurice was a member of the singing trio, The Bee Gees along with his twin brother Robin and older brother Barry. He played the bass and piano. Maurice died of complications resulting from a twisted intestine. He was 53.

Warren William Zevon, 1/24/47 – 9/7/03. Born in Chicago, Illinois, Warren was a singer/songwriter known for his rather dark brand of folk songs. The list of peers that he worked with over the years includes some of the biggest names in rock music including Bruce Springsteen, David Gilmore, Linda Ronstadt and Jerry Garcia. He died of Mesothelioma, a form of cancer caused by exposure to asbestos. Warren was 56.

Johnny Cash, (born J. R. Cash; 2/26/32 - 9/12/03. Born in Kingsland, Arkansas, Johnny was one of the most influential American musicians of the 20th century. He was known for his deep voice, his story-telling songs and interesting personal life, including time spent in prison. He often performed for prisoners and was loved by many. Johnny died of complications of diabetes four months after the death of his beloved wife, June. He was 71.

Robert Palmer, (Alan Palmer) 1/19/49 – 9/26/03. Born in Bately, England, Robert was a singer/songwriter and guitarist. He led the group “The Power Station”. He was best known for his hit song “Addicted to Love” and his soulful vocals. Robert died of a heart attack. He was 54.

2004
Ray Charles (Ray Charles Robinson), 9/23/23 – 6/10/04. Born in Albany, Georgia, Ray Charles was a singer, bandleader and pianist known for bringing rhythm and blues into the mainstream. He died of liver cancer. Ray was 73.

Laura Branigan, 7/3/57 – 8/26/04. Born in Brewster, New York, Laura had a career as a singer with working with musicians such as Leonard Cohen. She portrayed Janis Joplin in the musical, Love, Janis. Laura died of a brain aneurysm. She was 47.

Johnny Ramone, (John Cummings), 10/8/48 – 9/15/04. Born in Long Island, New York, Johnny was a founding member and guitarist for The Ramones. He died of prostate cancer. Johnny was 55.

2005
Keith Knudsen, 2/18/48 – 2/8/05. Born in LeMars, Iowa, Keith was the drummer for The Doobie Brothers. He and Doobie, John McFee, formed a country band called Southern Pacific. Keith lost his life to a chronic case of pneumonia. He was 57.

Rod Price, 11/22/47 – 3/22/05. Born in North London, England, Rod was the lead guitarist for Foghat. He had the nickname of “Slide King of Rock and Roll” for his expertise at slide guitar. Rod died as a result of a head trauma received by a fall precipitated by a heart attack. He was 58.

2006
Syd Barrett (Roger Keith Barrett) 1/6/46 - 7/7/06, born 1/6/46. Born in Cambridge, England, Syd was a founding member of Pink Floyd. He was a singer, songwriter, guitarist and artist. Syd was active as a rock musician for only a few years, before he went into seclusion. He left his influential mark progressive rock. Syd died of complications of diabetes. He was 60.

Boz Burrell (Raymond Burrell) 8/1/46 - 9/21/06. Born in Lincoln, England, Boz was vocalist and bass player for King Crimson. He later formed Bad Company with Paul Rogers. He died of a heart attack. Boz was 60.

James Joseph Brown, 5/3/33 -12/ 25/06. Born in Barnwell, South Carolina, James is often referred to as "The Godfather of Soul". He was recognized as one of the most influential musical figures in the 20th century, known for his shouting vocals, feverish dancing and unique rhythmic style. He died of congestive heart failure resulting from complications of pneumonia. James was 73.


2007
Bradley E. Delp, 6/12/51 – 3/9/07. Born in Danvers, Massachusetts, Brad was the lead vocalist for the band Boston. He is remembered not only for his "golden voice” but, as the band put it "one of the nicest guys in rock and roll”. Brad committed suicide. He was 55.

Ike Wister Turner, 11/5/08 – 12/12/07. Ike was born in Clarksdale, Mississippi. He’s best known for discovering the talent of his former wife, Tina Turner. Ike was also a musician, bandleader, talent scout and producer. He died of a cocaine overdose. Ike was 76.

Dan Fogelberg, 8/13/51 - 12/16/07. Born in Peoria, Illinois Dan was a singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. His music was inspired by folk, pop, classical, jazz, and bluegrass music. Dan is remembered for his personal lyrics that often spoke of environmental issues, world peace and human rights. He lost his battle with prostate cancer peacefully at home. He was 56.


2008
Jeff Healey, 3/25/66 – 3/3/08. Born in Ontario, Canada, Jeff was known as a virtuoso musician playing guitar, trumpet and clarinet in the genre of "classic rock jazz". Jeff battled cancer off and on his entire life losing his eyes to a rare form of it when he was only a baby. He lost the battle but leaving behind a legacy of music and inspiration. He was 41.

Buddy Miles, (George Allen Miles) 9/5/47 - 2/26/08. Buddy was born in Omaha, Nebraska and was known as a child prodigy, he began playing drums at age 12 in his father's jazz band. He was nicknamed "Buddy" after Buddy Rich. Buddy played for Jimi Hendrix between 1969 - 1970 and went on to have a successful solo career. He died of congestive heart failure. Buddy was 60.

Bo Diddley, 12/30/28 - 6/2/2008. Born in McComb, Mississippi, Bo will be remembered as for his role in bringing blues to rock and roll. He is a legend and has collaborated with many of the biggest names in music. Bo was also known for his characteristic rectangular guitar. He died of heart failure, surrounded by family members. Bo was 79.

Isaac Hayes, 8/20/42 - 8/10/08. Born in Covington, Tennessee, Isaac was known for being a singer, songwriter, producer and actor with a focus on soul and funk. His career spanned almost four decades. He died of natural causes in his home. Isaac was 65.

Mitch Mitchell (John Mitchell) 7/9/47 - 11/12/08. Born in Middlesex, England, Mitch was best known as the drummer for The Jimi Hendrix Experience. Mitch was trained as a jazz drummer and many believe him to be one of the top ten drummers of all time. He died in his sleep while on tour performing Hendrix songs.
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MessageSujet: Re: Rock on 00's   Lun 20 Juil - 16:55

Bon je ne sais trop où le mettre, je le poste donc à la suite.
Je rajouterais à cette liste Sean Costello qui faisait des débuts plutôt prometteurs décédé le 15 avril 2008 à Atlanta. Il avait déjà joué avec B.B King et Buddy Guy.

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MessageSujet: Re: Rock on 00's   Mar 21 Juil - 0:30

T'as bien fait
C'est vrai qu'il était prometteur.
Son album "we can get together" est un des très bons albums de l'année en 2008

En 2008, il faudrait malheureusement que je rajoute aussi ODETTA morte d'une crise cardiaque à 77ans
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