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23% 11 votes
77% 37 votes
48 people voted
2018: Matt "Guitar" Murphy, legendary guitarist with the... 11 votes

2018: Matt "Guitar" Murphy, legendary guitarist with the Blues Brothers, dies at 88.
22%
2018: Matt "Guitar" Murphy, legendary guitarist with the Blues Brothers, dies at 88.
2016: Lois Duncan, U.S. author of suspense novels for young adults... 9 votes

2016: Lois Duncan, U.S. author of suspense novels for young adults whose books include “I Know What You Did Last Summer,” dies at 82.
18%
2016: Lois Duncan, U.S. author of suspense novels for young adults whose books include “I Know What You Did Last Summer,” dies at 82.
2015: Mighty Sam McClain, U.S. Grammy-nominated soul and blues... 7 votes

2015: Mighty Sam McClain, U.S. Grammy-nominated soul and blues singer, dies at 72.
14%
2015: Mighty Sam McClain, U.S. Grammy-nominated soul and blues singer, dies at 72.
2014: Casey Kasem, U.S. disc jockey who was well-known for his... 30 votes

2014: Casey Kasem, U.S. disc jockey who was well-known for his "American Top 40" weekly countdown program, dies at 82.
62%
2014: Casey Kasem, U.S. disc jockey who was well-known for his "American Top 40" weekly countdown program, dies at 82.
2008: Stan Winston, U.S. special effects artist who won three... 8 votes

2008: Stan Winston, U.S. special effects artist who won three Oscars for his work in the movies "Aliens," "Terminator 2: Judgment Day," and "Jurassic Park," dies after battling multiple myeloma at 62.
16%
2008: Stan Winston, U.S. special effects artist who won three Oscars for his work in the movies "Aliens," "Terminator 2: Judgment Day," and "Jurassic Park," dies after battling multiple myeloma at 62.
2003: Hume Cronyn, Canadian-born U.S. actor who appeared with... 17 votes

2003: Hume Cronyn, Canadian-born U.S. actor who appeared with wife, Jessica Tandy, and whose other film appearances included "Lifeboat" and "The Postman Always Rings Twice," dies at 91.
35%
2003: Hume Cronyn, Canadian-born U.S. actor who appeared with wife, Jessica Tandy, and whose other film appearances included "Lifeboat" and "The Postman Always Rings Twice," dies at 91.
1996: Ella Fitzgerald, Grammy Award-winning U.S. jazz singer... 29 votes

1996: Ella Fitzgerald, Grammy Award-winning U.S. jazz singer referred to as the Queen of Jazz, who also was known for her scat singing, dies at 79.
60%
1996: Ella Fitzgerald, Grammy Award-winning U.S. jazz singer referred to as the Queen of Jazz, who also was known for her scat singing, dies at 79.
1984: Ned Glass, U.S. character actor who appeared in numerous... 7 votes

1984: Ned Glass, U.S. character actor who appeared in numerous movies and on television shows including "Charade," "The Three Stooges" serials, and "The Love Bug," dies at 78.
14%
1984: Ned Glass, U.S. character actor who appeared in numerous movies and on television shows including "Charade," "The Three Stooges" serials, and "The Love Bug," dies at 78.
1968: Wes Montgomery, U.S. jazz guitarist who was considered one... 5 votes

1968: Wes Montgomery, U.S. jazz guitarist who was considered one of the major jazz guitarists and greatly influenced younger guitarists such as George Benson and Pat Metheny, dies at 45.
10%
1968: Wes Montgomery, U.S. jazz guitarist who was considered one of the major jazz guitarists and greatly influenced younger guitarists such as George Benson and Pat Metheny, dies at 45.
1849: James K. Polk, U.S. politician who was the 11th president of... 22 votes

1849: James K. Polk, U.S. politician who was the 11th president of the United States from 1845 until 1849, dies of cholera at 53.
45%
1849: James K. Polk, U.S. politician who was the 11th president of the United States from 1845 until 1849, dies of cholera at 53.
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hunnyubuns

hunnyubuns

  Voted 2014: Casey Kasem, U.S. disc jockey who was well-known for his "American Top 40" weekly countdown program, dies at 82., 1996: Ella Fitzgerald, Grammy Award-winning U.S. jazz singer referred to as the Queen of Jazz, who also was known for her scat singing, dies at 79.
pjaysmitty

pjaysmitty

  Voted 2003: Hume Cronyn, Canadian-born U.S. actor who appeared with wife, Jessica Tandy, and whose other film appearances included "Lifeboat" and "The Postman Always Rings Twice," dies at 91., 1996: Ella Fitzgerald, Grammy Award-winning U.S. jazz singer referred to as the Queen of Jazz, who also was known for her scat singing, dies at 79.
kevingo

kevingo

  Voted 2014: Casey Kasem, U.S. disc jockey who was well-known for his "American Top 40" weekly countdown program, dies at 82., 1996: Ella Fitzgerald, Grammy Award-winning U.S. jazz singer referred to as the Queen of Jazz, who also was known for her scat singing, dies at 79.
jljmugs

jljmugs

  Voted 2018: Matt "Guitar" Murphy, legendary guitarist with the Blues Brothers, dies at 88., 2015: Mighty Sam McClain, U.S. Grammy-nominated soul and blues singer, dies at 72., 2014: Casey Kasem, U.S. disc jockey who was well-known for his "American Top 40" weekly countdown program, dies at 82., 2003: Hume Cronyn, Canadian-born U.S. actor who appeared with wife, Jessica Tandy, and whose other film appearances included "Lifeboat" and "The Postman Always Rings Twice," dies at 91., 1996: Ella Fitzgerald, Grammy Award-winning U.S. jazz singer referred to as the Queen of Jazz, who also was known for her scat singing, dies at 79., 1968: Wes Montgomery, U.S. jazz guitarist who was considered one of the major jazz guitarists and greatly influenced younger guitarists such as George Benson and Pat Metheny, dies at 45., 1849: James K. Polk, U.S. politician who was the 11th president of the United States from 1845 until 1849, dies of cholera at 53.

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