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Singers & Musicians That Passed Away In October 2015

Sunday, November 1st, 2015

Sadly we lost these talented people from the music world. Vlad Țelea, 37, Romanian guitarist (Goodbye to Gravity), injuries sustained in the Colective nightclub fire. Tony Van Frater, 51, British musician (Red Alert), heart attack. John Adie, 69, British festival promoter, co-founder of Two Moors Festival. Diane Charlemagne, 51, British singer (Urban Cookie Collective), cancer.

Herbie Goins, 76, American R&B singer

Kim Hyun Ji, 31, South Korean singer and reality contestant (Superstar K, The Voice of Korea), suicide by carbon monoxide poisoning.

Lee Shaw, 89, American jazz pianist

Leon Bibb, 93, American folk singer

Bill Keith, 75, American banjo player, cancer

Joe Moss, 72, English music manager (The Smiths, Johnny Marr), cancer.

Mark Murphy, 83, American jazz vocalist, complications from pneumonia

Don Rendell, 89, English jazz musician.

Cory Wells, 74, American singer (Three Dog Night).

Patricia Kern, 88, British mezzo-soprano and voice teacher

Ankaralı Namık, 38, Turkish folk singer, fall

Frank Watkins, 47, American bassist (Obituary, Gorgoroth), cancer.

Joe Buschmann (de), 90, German jazz musician.

Smokin’ Joe Kubek, 58, American blues guitarist, heart attack

Carey Lander, 33, British keyboard player and singer (Camera Obscura), osteosarcoma

John Murphy, 56, Australian drummer, percussionist and multi-instrumental session musician, cancer.

Robbin Thompson, 66, American singer-songwriter (Steel Mill), cancer.

Koopsta Knicca, 40, American rapper (Three 6 Mafia), stroke.

Jim Diamond, 64, Scottish singer-songwriter (“I Should Have Known Better”).

Ray Appleton, 74, American jazz drummer, heart failure.

Jim Konya (de), 44, American musician, complication of stroke.

Smokey Johnson, 78, American drummer.

Billy Joe Royal, 73, American pop and country singer (“Down in the Boondocks”, “Cherry Hill Park”, “Burned Like a Rocket”).

Dave Pike, 77, American jazz musician, emphysema

Willie Akins, 76, American jazz saxophonist, heart failure

Coleridge Goode, 100, Jamaican-born British jazz bassist.

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