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Mark Loomis - Died 9-26-2014 in Hawaii, U.S. (Rock) Guitarist and keyboardist - Was a member of The Chaparrals and The Chocolate Watchband (They did, “Let’s Talk About Girls” and “Sitting There Standing”) - Worked with The Shandells.
Lynsey de Paul (Lyndsey Meta Rubin) - Died 10-1-2014 in London, England - Brain haemorrhage (Pop) Born 6-11-1948 in Southwark, London, England - Singer and pianist - (She did, “Sugar Me” and “No Honestly”) - Worked with Mott The Hoople.
Rob Skipper - Died 10-3-2014 in Brighton (Rock - Folk) He was 28 years old - Singer, guitarist and fiddler - Led Rob Skipper & The Musical Differences - Was a member of The Holloways (They did, “Generator” and “Two Left Feet”) and Hares.
Paul Revere (Paul Revere Dick) - Died 10-4-2014 in Caldwell, Idaho, U.S. (Rock) Born 1-7-1938 in Harvard, Nebraska, U.S. - Keyboardist - Led Paul Revere & The Raiders (They did, “Indian Reservation” and “Kicks”) - Oregon Music Hall Of Fame Inductee and Hit Parade Hall Of Fame Inductee.
Leonard Delaney - Died 10-5-2014 in San Bernardino - Complications of Alzheimer’s disease (Rock) Born 5-18-1943 - Drummer and pianist - Was a member of The Tornadoes (They did, “Bustin’ Surfboards” and “Bumble Bee Stomp”) - Worked with Frank Zappa.
Chris Cooper (Thomas Christopher Cooper) - Died 10-6-2014 (Rock) Born 4-18-1952 in Opelika, AL, U.S. - Drummer - Worked with Mia, Roxx, Rage, The Cash Band, Tac Movement, The Bitter Wind and Rock Fossils.
Olav Dale - Died 10-10-2014 (Jazz) Born 10-30-1948 in Voss, Norway - Played saxophone and woodwinds - Led The Olav Dale Quartet - Worked with The Bergen Blues Band, The Bergen Big Band, Dag Arnesen, Son Mu and The Gambian-Norwegian Friendship Orchestra
Style Scott (Lincoln Valentine Scott) - Died 10-11-2014 in Manchester, Jamaica - Possible murder (Reggae) He was 58 years old - Born in Clarendon - Drummer - Worked with Roots Radics, Dub Syndicate, Prince Far I, Bunny Wailer, Scientist and Creation Rebel.
Geoff Nugent (Gordon Geoffrey Nugent) - Died 10-12-2014 (Rock) Born 2-23-1943 in Garston Liverpool, England - Guitarist and singer - He was a member of The Vegas Five and Bob Evans And The Five Shillings who became The Undertakers (They did, “Just A Little Bit” and “I Fell In Love”).
Chistopher Aaron Shoemaker (Chris Aaron) - Died 10-15-2014 in Madison, WI - Heart Attack - (Rock, Blues) Born March 10, 1970 - guitarist and singer - Was a member of Chris Aaron and Cold shot, Chris Aaron Band, Amercian Standard, Bandallamas. Worked with Richard Davis, Pat McDonald, Wally Ingram - married to singer/bandmate Lisa Bethke
Tyson Stevens - Died 10-21-2014 - Possible heroin overdose (Rock) He was 29 years old - Singer and bassist - Was a member of Scary Kids Scaring Kids (They did, “Changing Priorities” and “The City Sleeps In Flames”).
Alvin Stardust (Bernard William Jewry) - Died 10-23-2014 in Ifold, West Sussex, England - Illness (Rock) Born 9-27-1942 in Muswell Hill, North London, England - Singer and guitarist - (He did, “My Coo Ca Choo” and “You, You, You”) - Was a member of Shane Fenton And The Fentones (They did, “Cindy’s Birthday” and “I’m A Moody Guy”) - Worked with Sheila Walsh (“I Hope And I Pray”) - Husband of actress and choreographer, Julie Paton - He had been married to actress, Liza Goddard and Iris Caldwell, the sister of Rory Storm.
Jack Bruce (John Symon Asher Bruce) - Died 10-25-2014 in Suffolk, England - Liver disease (Rock - Jazz - Blues) Born 5-14-1943 in Bishopbriggs, Lanarkshire, Scotland - Played bass, keyboards, harmonica and cello and was a singer - (He did, “I’m Gettin Tired”) - Was a member of Cream (They did, “Sunshine Of Your Love” and “Tales Of Brave Ulysses”) and West, Bruce & Laing - Worked with Jim McHarg’s Scotsville Jazzband, The Murray Campbell Big Band, Blues Incorporated, The Graham Bond Quartet, John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers, Robin Trower, Manfred Mann and Powerhouse - Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame Inductee.
Marcia Strassman - Died 10-25-2014 in Sherman Oaks, California, U.S. - Breast cancer (Pop - Rock) Born 4-28-1948 in New York City, New York, U.S. - Actress and singer - (She did, “The Flower Children” and “Star Gazer”) - Worked with Kim Fowley - She was Julie Kotter on TV’s, Welcome Back, Kotter and Diane Szalinski in the film, Honey, I Shrunk The Kids.
Shin Hae Chul (aka Crom, Demon Lord and Cult Leader) - Died 10-27-2014 Seoul, South Korea - After a heart attack (Avant-Garde Pop Rock) Born 5-6-1968 in Seoul, South Korea - Guitarist and pianist - Was a member of N.EX.T .
Wayne Static (Wayne Richard Wells) - Died 11-1-2014 (Metal) Born 11-4-1965 in Muskegon, Michigan, U.S. - Singer, guitarist and keyboardist - Was a member of Deep Blue Dream and Static-X (They did, “Stingwray” and “Grind 2 Halt”) - He was the husband of actress, Tera Wray.