Image Source. Legendary blues man who is said to have sold his soul to the devil in order to gain his unparalleled musicianship. He is regarded as the first member of the 27 Club. Cause of death unknown, August 16, 1938.
Image Source. Singer, guitarist and songwriter of Nirvana. Committed suicide by shotgun, April 5, 1994.
Image Source. Guitarist of the Rolling Stones. Died by drowning in his swimming pool, July 3, 1969.
Image Source. Bassist of Iggy and The Stooges. Died of an alcoholism related pulmonary edema, February 10, 1975.
Image Source. Painter and founder of Gray, an industrial noise band. Died of a heroin, morphine and cocaine overdose, August 12, 1988.
Image Source. Singer and guitarist of The Minutemen. Died in an automobile accident, December 22, 1985.
Image Source. Singer and songwriter of Big Brother and the Holding Company, also a solo artist. Died of a probable heroin overdose, October 4, 1970.
Image Source. Bassist of Hole. Died of a heroin overdose, June 16, 1994.
Image Source. Singer, guitarist and songwriter of The Jimi Hendrix Experience. Died by asphyxiating on his vomit after combining wine and sleeping pills, September 18, 1970.
Image Source. Singer and songwriter of The Doors. Died of heart failure, July 3, 1971.
Image Source. Singer and songwriter of The Gits. Zapata was raped, beaten and strangled to death, July 7, 1993.
Image Source. Singer, guitarist and songwriter of Badfinger. Committed suicide by hanging, April 24, 1975.
Ron “Pigpen” McKernan
Image Source. Keyboardist and singer of The Grateful Dead. Died of gastrointestinal hemorrhage associated with alcoholism, March 8, 1973.
Image Source. Lyricist and guitarist for Manic Street Preachers. Disappeared, presumed dead, February 1995.
Image Source. Singer and songwriter. Cause of death unknown, July 23, 2011.
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