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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").
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").
- Steel guitarist and producer - (Co-wrote, "Girl On The Billboard") - Worked with Jimmy Dickens ('We Could"), Del Reeves, Ferlin Husky, Webb Pierce, The Everly Brothers, J. Cale, Jeanne Pruett and Patsy Cline ("Walkin' After Midnight") - Produced Marty Robbins and Bill Monroe - Was a a staff musician on The Grand Ole Opry - Steel Guitar Hall Of Fame Inductee. Mancini) - Died 1-1-2009 - Pancreatic and liver cancer ( Jazz ) He was 82 years old - Played saxophone, clarinet and flute - Worked with The Don Michaels Orchestra, Duke Ellington, Lois Armstrong and Nat King Cole. Chuck Leaton (Charles Leaton) - Died 1-3-2008 in Iowa City, Iowa, U. - Heart attack - Born 8-7-1945 in Burlington, Iowa, U. - Musician - Worked with Dennis Mc Murrin, Frederick "Toots" Hibbert, Niah Bingi Boppa Band, Marty Christianson, Elery Temple, Jim Hawkins, River City and Steve Gaines. - Drummer - Worked with Snowbyrd (They did, "Snowbyrd" and "Uvalde Socialite"), Scarecrow, The River City Playboys, El Santo and The Cleofus Trujillo Trio - Founder of San Antonio Cultural Arts.
Greg Pineda - Died 1-3-2009 - Pancreatic cancer ( Rock ) He was 54 years old - Guitarist - Was a member of The Aluminum Marshmallow - Owned All Media Services where he created concert and backstage DVDs for REO Speedwagon and Chuck Negron.
Jiri Sindelar (aka Dedek) - Died 1-5-2009 in Prague, Czech Republic - Chronic lung disease ( Rock ) Born 1-3-1949 in Domazlice, Czechoslovakia - Bassist - Worked with Svinak, Black Stars and The Rebels - Founding member of Mahagon, which later became Katapult (They did, "Hlupak vaha", "Pulnocni zavodni draha" and "Vojin XY hlasi prichod"). Steve Edgson - Died 1-7-2009 - Cancer ( Ska - Rock - Jazz ) He was 53 years old - Played guitar and clarinet - Worked with Analog, The Reluctant Stereotypes (They did. Gary Craddock - Died 1-10-2009 - Stomach cancer ( Jazz - Rock - Pop ) He was 57 years old - Born in in West Virginia, U. - Bassist - Worked with The Swinging Bucket, Southern Country Nights, The Dixie Jubilee, Thrift Shop Jack, The Dan Ramsey Jazz Ensemble and Organix. - Complications related to brain cancer - DJ and promoter - Helped the careers of Sagin' Time and Lotus - Worked for The Palouse Folklore Society and Moscow (Music) Renaissance Fair. - Director of Broadway's musicals, Hair and Jesus Christ Superstar.
Willa Mae Dorsey - Died 1-5-2009 in Portland, Oregon, U. - After a series of strokes ( Gospel ) Born 7-2-1933 in Atlanta, GA, U. - Singer and pianist - Worked with The Mighty Faith Increasers Choir and was a regular on Lawrence Welk's TV show. "The Lull"), The Pink Umbrellas (They did, "Raspberry Rainbow"), The Giraffes (They did, "Pass Me By" and "Lazy Hazel Heart") and The Two Giraffes (They did, "Silvery Trees" and "Providence Street"). - Singer, songwriter, guitarist and pianist - (She did, "It's No Summer Love" and "Baby With The Barefoot Feet") - Worked with Roy Acuff - She was the neice of Governor James Folsom and was the second wife of Governor George Wallace. - Complications of multiple myeloma ( Jazz - Classical ) Born 4-7-1930 in Los Angeles, CA, U. - Trumpeter - Worked with Harry James, Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, George Shearing, Sarah Vaughan, The Los Angeles Philharmonic, Nat King Cole and Nelson Riddle - Wrote the book, Artistic Trumpet Technique And Study. Leroy Taylor - Died 1-8-2009 in Cook County, IL, U. Chad Percy (aka Cadillac Fraf) - Died 1-10-2009 - From injuries he suffered from a scooter accident in Sept ( Country ) Born 5-5-1972 - Singer and guitarist - Was a member of Mockingbird Cartel (They did, "Empty Bellies" and "Avoid The Kind Of Night"). Konrad Heidkamp - Died 1-11-2009 in Hamburg, Germany - Born 8-5-1947 in Munich, Germany - Rock and jazz journalist and critic for the weekly, Die Zeit - He wrote the books, "It's all over now - 40 Jahre Rock und Jazz" and "In The Mood". Superbad) - Died 1-11-2009 ( Soul ) Born 9-15-1934 in Bennettsville,, SC, U. - Singer - (He did, "Kung Fu Man") - Led The Mack Sound - He was a boxer and also a sparring partner for Muhammed Ali. Donnie Mc Cormick (Donald Eugene Mc Cormick) - Died 1-11-2009 in Marietta - Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease ( Rock ) Born 1944 - Drummer and singer - Was a member of The Kings and Eric Quincy Tate (They did, "When I'm Gone" and "On The Loose"). Macavine Hayes - Died 1-12-2009 ( Blues ) Born 6-3-1943 in Tampa, Florida, U. - Guitarist and singer - (He did, "Sweet Little Angel" and "Snatch That Thing") - Worked with Guitar Gabriel, Cool John Ferguson, Ardie Dean, Michael Parrish and Tim Duffy.
Willie Beaton - Died 1-7-2009 - Cancer - Born in Balmacarra, near Kyle of Lochalsh - Fiddler and singer - Was a member of The Incredible Fling Band (They did, "Stool Of Repentance" and "Highland Wedding Sprig Of Ivy") - Worked with Scotia. Rob Geraghty - Died 1-8-2009 in Spain - Possible heart attack ( Rock ) He was 33 years old - Singer and guitarist - Was a member of Meg (They did, "Kelly, You're The Teacher" and "Firework In Progress"). Andy De Mize (Andrew Martinez) - Died 1-11-2009 - Near Fullerton, CA, U. - Car accident ( Rock ) Born 3-11-1983 - Drummer - Worked with Up Syndrome, Nekromantix (They did, "Voodoo Shop Hop" and "Panic At The Morgue") and The Rocketz. Alejandro Sokol - Died 1-12-2009 in Rio Cuarto, Cordoba Province, Argentina - Cardio respiratory failure ( Rock ) Born 1-30-1960 - Bassist and drummer - Led El Vuelto S. Mansour Rahbani - Died 1-13-2009 in Beirut, Lebanon - After a bout with pneumonia - Born 1925 in Antelias, Lebanon - Musician and songwriter - He was one of The Rahbani Brothers - Worked with his sister in-law singer, Fairuz. (Non Compos Mentis) (They did, "Ultimate Orgasm" and "Six Feet Under") and Jackpot!
Cornelia Wallace (Cornelia Ellis Wallace) (Cornelia Ellis Snively) - Died 1-8-2009 in Sebring, FL, U. David Hill - Died 1-13-2009 - Liver cancer ( New Wave ) Singer and guitarist - Was a member of The Sensations, N. - Was a guitar tech for Pearl Jam and Soundgarden - He also painted under the name, John Miller.
Gary Kurfirst - Died 1-13-2009 in Nassau, Bahamas - Born 1947 in Forrest Hills, Queens, NY, U. - Was a manager for The Ramones, Talking Heads, The B-52's, The Eurythmics, Blondie, Big Audio Dynamite, Mountain, Jane's Addiction and Live - Operated The Village Theatre which became known as The Fillmore East promoting Jimi Hendrix, The Yardbirds, The Who, Janis Joplin and The Doors.
Billy Romans (William Burczyk) - Died 1-13-2009 ( Polka ) He was 77 years old - Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, U. - Led The Billy Romans Trio - Worked with Frankie Yankovic - Accordionist - Columbus Senior Musicians Hall Of Fame Inductee.