That Is" and "The Future Is A Hovering Ship, Anchored In The Past"). Bob Nolan (Clarence Robert Nobles) - Died 6-16-1980 in Studio City, CA, U. - Heart attack ( Country Western ) Born 4-13-1908 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada - Singer, songwriter, and actor - Was a member of The Sons Of The Pioneers (They did, "Cool Water" and "Tumbling Tumbleweeds") - Western Performers Hall Of Fame Inductee, Western Music Association Hall Of Fame Inductee, Nashville Songwriters Hall Of Fame Inductee and Country Music Hall Of Fame Inductee. - Saxophonist, pianist, string bassist and singer - (He did, "Got Too Much Insurance" and "Mellow Pot Blues") - Worked with Edward "Duke" Groner, The Yas Yas Girl ("Don't You Make Me High"), Monkey Joe ("Taxes On My Pole" and "Just Out The Big House"), Ramona Hicks ("Tell My Mama on You"), Washboard Sam ("Diggin' My Potatoes" and "Wasn't He Bad"), Jimmie Gordon and Big Bill And The Memphis Five ("W. George Landry (aka Big Chief Jolly) - Died 8-9-1980 in New Orleans, LA, U. Mary Jane De Zurik - Died 9-3-1981 - Country - Born 2-1-1917 near Royalton, Minnesota, U. - Singer, yodeler and guitarist - She was half of the duo The De Zurik Sisters (They did, "Arizona Yodeler" and "I Left Her Standing There") who were also known as The Cackle Sisters - She had been married to accordionist, Augie Klein. Sam Jones (Samuel Jones) - Died in New York, NY, U. Melvin Webb (aka Big Mel) - Died 1982 - Complications from diabetes ( R&B ) Drummer - Was a member of The Sinceres (They did, "Don't Waste My Time") who later changed their name to Bloodstone (They did, "Natural High" and "Never Let You Go") - Worked with James Brown, Johnny Nash and Marvin Gaye. Syncopators, The Royal Hawaiians and Alvin Kaleolani & The Royal Polynesians - Hawaiian Music Hall Of Fame Inductee. Jack Gallupe - Died 1984 ( Rock ) Played guitar - Was a member of The Seeds (not the Sky Saxon's Seeds) who changed their name to The Ceeds then to Maibe Handle and then to The Broadway Muse And Shell Band. - Played trumpet - Was a member of The Three T's - Worked with Ben Pollack, Red Nichols, Paul Whiteman, Frankie Trumbauer, Roger Wolfe Kahn, Paul Whiteman, Jimmy Dorsey, Bob Crosby, Pete Fountain and his brother, Jack Teagarden. Mike Sund - Died 1985 in Omaha ( Rock ) Born 1944 - Singer and guitarist - Was a member of David Lee & The Continentals, The Classics, Little Joe & The Ramrods (They did,"B. Werly Fairburn (Lewi Werly Fairburn) (aka the Singing Barber) - Died 1-18-1985 - Lung cancer ( Rockabilly ) Born - Singer and guitarist - (He did, "Everybody's Rockin" and "I'm A Fool About Your Love").Jac Murphy - Died 1980 - Shot himself ( Rock - Folk ) Pianist (He did,"Child's Gift" and "My Bells") Worked with Doc Crippen, Michael Murphy (Recorded,"Swans Against The Sun") and David Soul (Recorded,"Playing To An Audience Of One"). Bert Kaempfert - Died 6-21-1980 in Majorca, Spain ( Easy listening - Jazz ) Born in Hamburg, Germany - Band Leader and producer - (He did, "Wonderland By Night") - Was the 1st to produce The Beatles - Songwriters Hall Of Fame Inductee. - Played Sax and clarinet - Was the leader of Barney Bigard And His Jazzopators (They did, "Barney Goin' Easy" and "Honey Hush ") - Worked with King Oliver, Duke Ellington ("Mood Indigo" and "Harlem Air Shaft"), Jelly Roll Morton and Johnny Dodds. Sandra Tilley-Miese - Died 9-9-1981 in Clark County, Las Vegas, Nevada, U. - Brain aneurysm ( R&B - Soul ) Born 1943 - Singer - Was a member of The Velvelettes and Martha Reeves And The Vandellas (They did, "I Can't Dance To That Music You're Playin'" and "(We've Got) Honey Love"). Pat Watters - Died 1982 ( Polka ) Born 1902 in Dallas County, TX, U. - Founder of Music And Dance News magazine and owner of Watters Music Center selling concertinas and Wurlitzer piano accordions - International Polka Music Hall Of Fame Inductee. - Singer and trombonist - (He did, "You're Gonna Come Crying" and "She's So Fine") - Was a member of Sha-Weez (They did, "Cha-Paka-Sha-Wees" and "No One To Love Me") and Sugar Boy And His Cane Cutters (They did, "I Don't Know What I'll Do" and "Jock-a-Mo"). - Died 1984 - Born 1904 - Composer, singer, musician (He did, "No Huhu" and "Ho'omalimali") - Was a member of The K. Mike Brock (aka Mite Vomit and Mike Vomit) - Died 1984 ( Punk ) Singer - Was a member of The Vomit Pigs Make-Believe Blues Boobs Band later shortened to The Vomit Pigs (They did, "Baby's Playin' Games" and "Too Much Porno") and still later shorteneing their name again to The VPs. - Co-founder of Modern Records which recorded artists such as B. King, Hadda Brooks, John Lee Hooker, Lowell Fulson, Elmore James, Etta James and Lightnin' Hopkins - Blues Hall Of Fame Inductee. Eddie "Bongo" Brown (Edward James Brown Jr.) - Died in Los Angeles, CA, U. Kenny Clarke (Kenneth Spearman Clarke) - Died 1-25-1985 in Paris, France ( Jazz ) Born 1-9-1914 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U. - Drummer for The Modern Jazz Quartet - Worked with Thelonious Monk, Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald.
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- 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.
Yip Harburg (Edgar Yipsel Harburg) - Died 3-5-1981 in Los Angeles, CA, U. Little Hat Jones (George Jones) - Died 3-7-1981 in Naples, TX, U. S - Singer, guitarist and pianist - (He did,"Turpentine Blues") - Was 1/2 of The Hokum Boys (They did,"It's Tight Like That") - Worked with Georgia Tom Dorsey - Blues Foundation Hall Of Fame Inductee. Edith Wilson (Edith Goodall) - Died 3-30-1981 ( Blues ) Born 9-2-1896 in Louisville, Kentucky, U. (She recorded, "Nervous Blues" and "Vampin' Liza Jane", backed by Johnny Dunn And The Original Jazz Hounds) - She also was the voice of Aunt Jemima for the Quaker Oats Company. Jiri Schelinger - Died 4-13-1981 in Bratislava, Czechoslovakia - Drowned in Danube ( Pop - Rock ) Born 3-6-1951 in Prague, Czechoslovakia - He sang with Faraon (They did, "Holubi Dum" and "Draty Pletaci") and Skupina F. Nathan Abshire - Died 5-13-1981 ( Cajun ) Born 6-27-1913 in Gueydan, Louisiana, U. - Accordianist - Was a member of Happy Fats And The Rainbow Ramblers (They did, "Pine Grove Blues") and Nathan Abshire And The Pinegrove Boys.
Frank Froeba (aka Frank Froba) - Died 2-16 or 18-1981 in Miami, FL, U. Raymond Pinder - Died 3-1-1981 in Nassau, Bahamas - Born in Nassau, Bahamas - Singer - Worked with his wife, Edith Pinder and with Joseph Spence (They did, "We'll Understand It Better By And By" and "Great Dream From Heaven"). ") - He songs have been recorded by Judy Garland, The Demensions, Billy Thorpe, Danielle Hope and Eva Cassidy - Songwriters Hall Of Fame Inductee. Tampa Red (Born Hudson Woodbridge or Whittaker) - The Guitar Wizard - Died 3-19-1981 in Chicago, IL, U. - Natural causes ( Blues ) Born 1-8-1903 in Smithville, Georgia, U. - Singer - (He did, "Moody's Mood For Love") - Worked with Betty Carter ("Red Top"). - Sang and played the fiddle and accordion - Worked with The Evangeline Playboys (They did, "Les Flammes D'enfer" and "Opelousas Waltz") - Cajun Music Hall Of Fame Inductee. Bob Marley ( Robert Nesta Marley ) (aka Tuff Gong and Bobby Martell) - Died 5-11-1981 in Miami, FL, U. - Brain Cancer ( Reggae ) Born 2-6-1945 in Nine Miles, Jamaica - Singer, songwriter and guitarist - Led Bob Marley And The Wailers (They did, "No Woman No Cry" and "Buffalo Soldier") - Was a member of The Teenagers, The Wailing Rudeboys, and The Wailing Wailers - Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Inductee.
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Lightnin' Hopkins ( Sam Hopkins ) - Died 1-30-1982 - Cancer of the esophagus( Blues ) Born 3-15-1912 in Centerville, Texas, U. - Guitarist - (Recorded, "Katie May") - He was 1/2 of Thunder and Lightnin' . ( Rock - Disco ) Born 1-24-1944 in Bavarian Alps, Germany - (He did, "Cold Song"' and "Simple Man") - He worked with Man Parrish and David Bowie. Brian Marnell - Died 8-19-1983 - Suffocation after overcoming a heroin habit ( Rock ) Born 1954 - Guitarist and songwriter - Was a member of SVT (They did, "Heart Of Stone" and "New Year"), Sound Hole and Airplay - Worked with Jim Carroll. Lester Bihari (Lester Louis Bihari) - Died 9-9-1983 - Born 5-12-1912 in Pottstown, PA, U. - Co-founder of Modern Records which recorded artists such as B. King, Hadda Brooks, John Lee Hooker, Lowell Fulson, Elmore James, Etta James and Lightnin' Hopkins - Blues Hall Of Fame Inductee. - (He did, "Spanish Grease" and "Fried Neck Bones And Some Home Fries") - Worked with Tito Puente, Miles Davis, Cannonball Adderley, Herbie Hancock, Wes Montgomery and Mary Lou Williams. Ina Ray Hutton - Died 2-21-1984 ( Jazz ) Singer and bandleader - She led Ina Ray Hutton And Her Melodears (They recorded, "Ring Dem Bells" and "Truckin'") - Worked with Dolly Dawn (They recorded, "You're a Sweetheart" and "Make Me Know It") - She was married to trumpeter Randy Brooks. Paul Francis Webster - Died 3-22-1984 in Beverly Hills, California, U. Jimmy Kennedy - Died 4-6-1984 in Cheltenham, England - Born 7-20-1902 in Omagh, Northern Ireland - Songwriter and lyricist - (Co-wrote, "Teddy Bears' Picnic" and "Red Sails In The Sunset") - He is credited with co-writing, "Hokey Cokey" which became "The Hokey Pokey" which is disputed - He wrote about 2000 songs - Songwriter's Hall Of Fame Inductee. - Singer and composer - (He did, "We Told You Not To Marry", "Sound-Off" and co-wrote,"Leave My Kitten Alone"). Don Reno (Donald Wesley Reno) - King of the Flat-Picking Guitarists- Died in Charlottesville, VA, U. ( Bluegrass ) Born 2-21-1927 in Spartanburg, SC, U. - Multi-instrumentalist and songwriter - Was one of The Tennessee Cutups (They did, "I'm Using My Bible For A Road Map" and "I Know You're Married") - Worked with Arthur Smith And His Crackerjacks and Bill Monroe - International Bluegrass Music Hall Of Honor Inductee. Petr Sepesi - Died 7-29-1985 near Frantiskovy Lazne, Czechoslovakia - Car crash on a railway crossing ( Pop ) Born 4-23-1960 in Brezno, Czechoslovakia - Singer - He was half of a duo with Iveta Bartosova (They did, "Knofliky Lasky" and "Ani Nahodou"). Tommy Blake (Thomas Levan Givens) - Died in Carthage, TX, U. - Shot during argument with his wife ( Country - Rockabilly ) Born 9-14-1931 in Dallas, TX, U. - Singer and songwriter - Led The Rhythm Rebels (They did, "All Night Long") (Co-wrote, "The Story Of A Broken Heart" and "Am I That Easy To Forget"). Personality) - Died 4-13-1986 - Suicide ( Rockabilly ) Born 3-8-1933 in Kilgore, TX, U. - Singer - (He did, "The Wheels Fell Off The Wagon Again" and "Green-Eyed Cat") - Was a member of The Texas Sons - Worked with Jack Rhodes - Produced The New Coon Creek Girls, Teddy Nelson, Jim Cartwright and "Little" Jimmy Dickens. Hylda Baker (Hilda Baker) - Died 5-1-1986 - Alzheimers ( Actress - Comedian ) Born 1905 in Farnworth, Bolton, Lancashire (She had a hit with Arthur Mullard on "You're The One That I Want") Star of TV's, Nearest And Dearest. Vlado Cech (Vladimir Cech) - Died 7-21-1986 in Prague, Czechoslovakia ( Progressive Rock ) Born 9-1-1949 in Prague - Drummer - Was a member of New Force and Blue Effect which was forced to change their name by the Czechoslovakian government to Modry Efekt (later M Efekt) (They did, "Slunecny Hrob", "Kingdom Of Life" and "Nova Synteza"). - Pianist (He did,"Central Avenue Blues") Was a member of The Benny Goodman Trio (They did,"Body & Soul") Worked with Louis Armstrong, The Chocolate Dandies and Billie Holiday. Helmut Qualtinger - Died 9-29-1986 in in Vienna, Austria - Liver condition ( Cabaret ) Born 10-8-1928 in Vienna, Austria - Singer - (He did, "Der Papa wirds schon richten (Dad's Gonna Fix The Problem)" and "Kruegerl vor'm Gesicht (Facing The Jug)"). Al Stricklin (Alton Meeks Stricklin) - Died in Cleburne, TX. Jane Dornacker - Died - Helicopter crash while doing a live traffic report ( Rock ) Born 10-1-1947 - She was a member of The Tubes ("Don't Touch Me There") and worked with Leila And The Snakes - She appeared in "The Right Stuff" and was a stand up comedienne. - Heart attack ( Rock & Roll ) Born 9-20-1925 in Birmingham, Alabama, U. - Was a member of The Four Bluebirds (They did, "My Baby Done Told Me" and "Courtroom Blues"), The Robins (They did,"If It's So Baby" and "The Turkey Hop") and The Coasters (They recorded, "Down In Mexico" and "Searching" ) "Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductee". Desi Arnaz (Desiderio Alberto Arnez y de Acha III) (aka Ricky Ricardo) - Died 12-2-1986 in Del Sea, CA, U. - Cancer (Mambo - Rumba - Latin) Born 3-2-1917 in Santiago, Cuba - Worked with Xavier Cugat and was the leader of The Desi Arnez Orchestra (They did,"Babalu" and "Cuban Pete") Was married to actress Lucille Ball.
Alex Harvey (Alexander Harvey) - Died 2-4-1982 in Zeebrugen, Belgium - Heart Attack ( Blues - Skiffle - Rock ) Born 2-5-1935 in Govan, Glasgow, Strathclyde, Scotland - Singer - Was a member of The Alex Harvey Band, The Alex Harvey Soul Band, Giant Moth, Rock Workshop (They did, "Hole In Her Stocking" and "Wade In The Water") and The Sensational Alex Harvey Band (They did, "Gamblin' Bar Room Blues" and "Boston Tea Party") - Brother of guitarist, Les Harvey. Don Ewell (Donald Tyson Ewell) - Died 8-9-1983 in Pompano Beach, FL, U. Willie Guy Rainey (aka Scoot)- Died 8-23-1983 in College Park, GA, U. Willie Bobo (William Correa) - Died 9-15-1983 - Cancer ( Latin - Jazz - R&B ) Born 2-28-1934 in Spanish Harlem, New York City, N. Johnny Hartman (John Maurice Hartman) - Died 9-15-1983 in New York, NY., U. Fred Robinson - Died 4-11-1984 ( Jazz ) Born 2-20-1901 - Played Trombone - Worked with Louis Armstrong, The Carroll Dickerson's Orchestra, Fletcher Henderson, Jelly Roll Morton, Cab Calloway and Noble Sissle. Shelly Manne (Sheldon Manne) - Died 9-26-1984 in Los Angeles, CA, U. Alberta Hunter (aka Albeta Prime and Josephine Beatty) - Died in New York, NY, U. - Natural causes ( Blues - Jazz - Pop ) Born 4-1-1895 in Memphis, Tenn., U. - Singer - (She did, "Your Jelly Roll Is Good" and Take That Thing Away") - She worked with Fats Waller, Louis Armstrong, Sidney Bechet and Fletcher Henderson. Piano Red (William Lee Perryman) - Died 8-1-1985 - Cancer ( Blues ) Born in Hampton, Georgia, U. - Piano player (Recorded, "Rockin With Red" and the original, "Mr. - Drummer - (He did, "Blues For Dracula" and "Polka Dots And Moonbeams") - Was the leader of Le Grand Prix and Dameronia - Worked with The Miles Davis Quintet, Dizzy Gillespie, Fats Navarro, Ben Webster, Joe Morris, Tiny Grimes, Charlie Parker, Lionel Hampton, Tadd Dameron and John Coltrane. - Trombonist - Worked with Cecil Scott (They did,"In A Corner"), Count Basie, Ray Charles, Benny Carter and Teddy Hill. - Cancer ( Pop - Space Age Pop - Jazz ) Born 7-20-1924 in Statesville, NC, U. - Was a member of The Hillside Singers ("I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing") - Worked with Dick Hyman ("Moon Gas"), The Manhattanaires, Duke Ellington and Tex Beneke - Wife of bassist and producer, Al Ham and mother of pianist, Lorri Hafer. Eddie Taylor (aka Playboy) - Died in Chicago, IL, U. ( Blues ) Born 1-29-1923 in Benoit, Mississippi, U. - Singer and guitarist - (He did, "Big Town Playboy" and "Seems Like A Million Years") - Worked with Elmore James, John Lee Hooker, Snooky Pryo and John Brim - Blues Hall Of Fame Inductee. Dorothy Ashby (Dorothy Jeanne Ashby - Died 4-13-1986 in Santa Monica, CA, U. Hugo Peretti - Died 5-1-1986 - After a long illness ( Producer - Songwriter ) Born 12-6-1916 in Italy - Wrote and produced for Sam Cooke ( "Chain Gang" and "Twistin' The Night Away"), The Isley Brothers ("Shout"), The Stylistics ("You Make Me Feel Brand New") and many others - Worked with Luigi Creatore. - Played saxophone (He did,"Jelly Roll" and "Morning Coffee") Worked with Amos Milburn, Cannonball Adderley, B. Le Roy Holmes (Alvin Holmes) - Died 7-27-1986 ( Orchestra Leader ) Born 9-22-1913 in Pittsburgh, PA, U. (He had hits with "The High And The Mighty" and "Theme From The Proud Ones") Was a musical director at MGM and United Artists. Joe Tarto - Died 8-24-1986 ( Jazz ) Born 2-22-1902 - Played tuba and bass - Worked with Bing Crosby, Red Nichols, Miff Mole, Eddie Lang, Phil Napoleon, Joe Venuti, The Dorsey Brothers, Ethel Waters, Bix Beiderbecke and The Boswell Sisters, Thad Jones (Thaddeus Joseph Jones) - Died 8-20-1986 in Denmark ( Jazz ) Born 3-28-1923 in Pontiac, MI, U. - (He composed, "A Child Is Born" and "Little Pixie") - He worked with Charles Mingus, Count Basie and others. Emmanuel Sayles - Died 10-5-1986 in New Orleans, LA, U. Paul O'Halloran - Died - Hit by a car while pushing his motorcycle ( Rock ) Bassist - Was a member of The Dogmatics (They did, "Sister Serena (Ain't Nobody Meana)" and "Xmas Time (It Sure Doesn't Feel Like It)". - Worked with Dorsey Burnette, Mickey Champion, Little Esther ("Double Crossing Blues") and Bobby Day. Hollywood Fats (Michael Mann) - Died 12-8-1986 - Heart attack or heroin overdose ( Electric Blues ) Born 3-17-1954 - Was the leader of The Hollywood Fats Band (They did,"Suitcase Blues" and "Red Headed Woman").
) - Died 2-9-1981 - Heart attack ( Rock & Roll ) Born 7-6-1925 in Highland Park, Detroit, Michigan, U. - Was the leader of Bill Haley and The Comets (They did, "Rock Around The Clock") - Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductee. Matty Malneck - Died 2-25-1981 ( Swing ) Born 12-9-1903 - Violinist and songwriter (He wrote,"I'll Never Be The Same" and "I'm Through With Love") Worked with Paul Whiteman, Frank Signorelli, Frankie Trumbauer, Mildred Bailey and Liz Tilton. - Lyricist - (Co-wrote, "Over The Rainbow" and "Brother, Can You Spare A Dime? - (He did, "New Two Sixteen Blues" and "Two String Blues") - Worked with Texas Alexander. Polo Barnes (Paul Barnes) - Died 4-13-1981 ( Jazz ) Born in New Orleans, LA, U. - Played reeds - Worked with Papa Celestin, The Original Tuxedo Orchestra, Kid Howard, King Oliver and Jelly Roll Morton. Cat Anderson (William Alonzo Anderson) - Died 4-29-1981 in Norwalk, CA, U. - Brain tumor ( Jazz ) Born 9-12-1916 in Greenville, SC, U. - Trumpeter - Worked with The Carolina Cotton Pickers, Hartley Toots, Claude Hopkins, Sabby Lewis, Lucky Millinder, Erskine Hawkins, Lionel Hampton and Duke Ellington.