musiciens died 2015 february

Aldo Ciccolini, Steve Strange, Leslie Gore

1: Italian-born classical pianist ALDO CICCOLINI (age 89) lived in France since 1971. He performed French composers for piano (Ravel, Debussy, Satie…) and was directed by the best conductors.

7: Crickets bass player JOE B. MAULDIN died at 74. He played with Buddy Holly in the 50s.

8: Record producer and engineer THOM WILSON oversaw studio sessions for Burton Cummings, Seals & Crofts, Iggy Pop and The Offspring.

9: Indonesian singer RINTO HARAHAP (age 65) was very popular with his band The Mercy’s.

12: Ephemere pop band Visage’s lead singer STEVE STRANGE (age 55) was a New Romantic figure. He managed the famous Blitz club in London where bands like Duran Duran, Spandau Ballet, and Culture Club started

12: SAM ANDREWS (age 73) was the founder of Big Brother and the Holding Company, which backed Janis Joplin.

13: Pianist and composer JOHN McCABE (age 75) was “one of Britain’s finest composers in the past half-century” according to many.

14: Berber AMMOURI M’BAREK (age 64) was an icon of Moroccan Amazigh Music.

16: Swinging 60s pop singer LESLEY GORE (age 68) was discovered as a teenager and had a major hit in 1963.

19: MATS OLAUSSON (age 54) played keyboards with guitar hero Yngwie Malmsteen in the 90s.

21: Swing and be-bop trumpeter CLARK TERRY JR (age 94) had a 70 year-long career, played with jazz greats Count Basie, Duke Ellington and Oscar Peterson.

25: Singer CHRIS RAINBOW (age 68) played with Camel, The Alan Parsons Project and Yes’ Jon Anderson solo albums, as well as in solo.

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