Music Deaths

With the first of the month falling over the weekend, we’re doing our tribute post, to the 69 people from the music industry who died during July, today.

1
Max Crook, 83, American keyboardist and songwriter
Ida Haendel, 91, Polish-born British violinist
Matthias Kaul, 71, German percussionist and composer
Joe Pennington, 92, American musician
Georg Ratzinger, 96, German musician, conductor of the Regensburger Domspatzen, and Roman Catholic priest
2
Nikolai Kapustin, 81, Russian composer and pianist
3
J. Marvin Brown, 66, American soul singer
Lore Krainer, 89, Austrian composer
Claude Mercier-Ythier, 88–89, French harpsichord maker
4
Angel D’Mayo, 65, Argentine guitarist
Silvano Silvi, 83, Italian singer
5
Nick Cordero, 41, Canadian singer and actor
Cleveland Eaton, 80, American jazz bassist
Tiloun, 53, Réunionese singer
6
Charlie Daniels, 83, American Hall of Fame country singer-songwriter, musician, and Grammy Award winner (1980)
Pavel Fieber, 78, German-Austrian singer, actor, and theatre director
Andrew Kishore, 64, Bangladeshi playback singer
Ennio Morricone, 91, Italian film composer
Joe Porcaro, 90, American percussionist
7
Henry Krtschil, 87, German composer and pianist
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9
Patricia Majalisa, 53, South African singer
Gabriella Tucci, 90, Italian operatic soprano
10
Phil Ashley, 65, American keyboardist
Papa T Bob, 59, Indonesian songwriter
Eddie Gale, 78, American jazz trumpeter
Cosmas Magaya, 66, Zimbabwean mbira musician
Gordon Stone, 70, American bluegrass and fusion musician
11
Iñaxi Etxabe, 87, Spanish bertsolari
Lil Marlo, 30, American rapper
Rich Priske, 52, Canadian bassist
Engel Reinhoudt, 74, Dutch troubadour and dialect writer
12
Rod Bernard, 79, American singer
Divya Chouksey, 29, Indian singer and actress
Judy Dyble, 71, English singer-songwriter
Benjamin Keough, 27, American backup singer
Jarno Sarkula, 47, Finnish musician
Eleanor Sokoloff, 106, American pianist
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14
Gabriele Buschmeier, 65, German musicologist
J. J. Lionel, 72, Belgian musician Raúl Pagano, Argentine keyboard player
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16
Ken Chinn, 57, Canadian punk rock vocalist
Jamie Oldaker, 68, American drummer
Víctor Víctor, 71, Dominican singer-songwriter and guitarist
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18
David Jisse, 74, French composer
19
Cor Fuhler, 55, Dutch-Australian experimental musician
Emitt Rhodes, 70, American singer-songwriter and musician
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21
Dobby Dobson, 78, Jamaican reggae singer and record producer
Annie Ross, 89, British-American jazz singer, songwriter, and actress
22
František Hamada, 106, Czech Moravian folk music violinist
Tim Smith, 59, English singer-songwriter
23
Sérgio Ricardo, 88, Brazilian composer, singer, and film director
Dominic Sonic, 55, French singer
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25
Peter Green, 73, English Hall of Fame blues rock singer-songwriter and guitarist
Bernard Ładysz, 98, Polish opera singer and actor
CP Lee, 70, English musician
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27
Ghawi Ghawi, 70, Palestinian musician
Denise Johnson, 56, English singer
Miss Mercy, 71, American singer and groupie
Camil Marinescu, 55, Romanian conductor
28
Renato Barros, 76, Brazilian singer and guitarist
Bent Fabric, 95, Danish pianist and composer
Ahlam Wehbi, 82, Iraqi singer and actress
29
Malik B., 47, American rapper
Michio Kinugasa, Japanese composer
Balla Sidibé, 78, Senegalese musician
30
Juan Ramón, 80, Argentine singer and actor
Lionel Rocheman, 92, French musician, actor, and writer
Sonam Tshering Lepcha, 92, Indian folk musician
31
Bill Mack, 88, American songwriter, country music disc jockey, and Grammy winner (1997)