Posts Tagged ‘ dead ’

The Kentucky Derby Shocker

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May 13, 2012
The Kentucky Derby Shocker

By Kenneth E Oquist The media can be cumbersome, on a good day. This story cannot be overlooked. A body of a man was found dead on Sunday, May 6th, following this year’s Kentucky Derby race, in the stables of Churchill Downs. The details may come out over time, but even the most desensitized...
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We Lost Davy Jones Today: Why He Will Be Missed

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February 29, 2012
Davy Jones of The Monkees Dies at 66

By Kenneth E. Oquist Well known for being full of boundless energy and being full of life, the entertainment world has lost a dear friend. Performing as recent as last week, Davey Jones died of a massive heart attack this morning. He was 66. I saw him live in concert as part of The...
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Pop Icon Whitney Houston Dead at 48

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February 11, 2012
Whitney Houston - Dead

By Demian Russian Pop icon Whitney Houston died today, February, 11th, 2012, in Los Angeles at the age of 48. Her publicist Kristen Foster confirmed the singers death moments ago. Houston was expected to perform this evening at the annual pre-Grammy party held at the Beverly Hilton hotel in Beverly Hills, California by her...
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Amy Winehouse Dead at Age 27

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July 23, 2011
Amy Winehouse

Award winning British singer/songwriter Amy Winehouse was found dead today in her London apartment. She was only 27 years of age. Police are treating the cause of death as unexplained. Winehouse was known for her powerful contralto vocals as well as her eclectic blending of different music genres, which included R&B, Soul and Jazz....
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TV On The Radio Bassist Gerard Smith Dies of Cancer at Age 36

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April 22, 2011
TV On The Radio Bassist Gerard Smith Dies of Cancer at Age 36

The popular, eclectic band TV On The Radio announced via the bands website today that their bassist Gerard Smith had lost his fight with lung cancer and died on Wednesday, April 20th. TV On The Radio announced about a month ago that Smith was battling cancer, but was responding well to treatment, and they...
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