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  • #16
    Roger Troutman(Zapp and Roger) cant belive his own brother killed him.

    The latino Heat will Always Burn

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    • #17
      Here's a whole bunch...

      http://www.kdkb.com/misc11473.asp
      "It's okay to be a cliche....Everything under the sun has been done."

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      • #18
        We have to go sometime

        I'd say Bob Marley.............He was an emancipator too.
        Emancipate your mind!
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        • #19
          I'd agree with a couple of the names already mentioned, Freddie Mercury one of the greatest showmen who ever lived, John Bonham who died before I got into Led Zep and Steve Clark of Def Leppard.

          One other name that I would add is Phil Lynott of Thin Lizzy, again due to drugs & drink. Great perfromer and writer and was absolutely superb as the tortured Parson Nathaniel on Jeff Wayne's War Of The Worlds, which was actually how I got into Thin Lizzy.
          The Whiskyteers ~ One for all, and all for MORE!!!!

          Broncomania Best Foreign Poster
          BFC.........D Will #27.............D Nash #29
          You'll Never Walk Alone




          Spiffing sig, MasterShake :cheers:

          You know, in certain older civilized cultures, when men failed as entirely as you have, they would throw themselves on their swords ~ The Operative, Serenity

          Maybe Slowick should pay attention

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Den21-Bal19
            One other name that I would add is Phil Lynott of Thin Lizzy, again due to drugs & drink. Great perfromer and writer and was absolutely superb as the tortured Parson Nathaniel on Jeff Wayne's War Of The Worlds, which was actually how I got into Thin Lizzy.
            I saw them play at the Rainbow Music hall before he passed away. He looked like hell that night and I have a guitar pick from that show. They were great to see and it was a shame that drugs took yet another young life away.

            Reading this thread really does put a lot of names in an unwanted spot light. An awesome list compiling here.

            Elvis Presley and Janis Joplin were two people that I thought of along with Buddy Holly.
            :usa: *** God Bless Our Military Men And Women*** :usa:

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            • #21
              Eric claptons son.


              If you take what I have to say seriously, then I'm embarrassed for you.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Broncofan-13
                Eric claptons son.
                Yeah, that was a sad story especially the nature of his son's death. Eric then wrote the hit "Tears in Heaven"
                :usa: *** God Bless Our Military Men And Women*** :usa:

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Dvd0825
                  Stevie Ray Vaughan, The baddest blues guitar of modern times
                  true...I have got the CD Stevie Ray Vaughn live...it is excellent. If you are really into the blues as I am....a good DVD to have is Eric Clapton's Crossroads...it was done over a matter of 3 days.Its on a 2 DVD set and is excellent to listen to and watch.
                  Stevie Ray's brother is on it along with many others...
                  Tony G


                  The Chefs

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                  • #24
                    John Lennon..
                    yea...

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