Christine Anne McVie 12 July 1943 – 30 November 2022

Christine Anne McVie 12 July 1943 – 30 November 2022 was an English musician, and the vocalist and keyboardist of Fleetwood Mac, which she joined in 1970. She also released three solo albums. Her lyrics focused on love and relationships. AllMusic described her as an “Unabashedly easy-on-the-ears singer/songwriter, and the prime mover behind some of Fleetwood Mac’s biggest hits.” Eight of her songs, including “Don’t Stop”,”Everywhere” and “Little Lies”, appeared on Fleetwood Mac’s 1988 Greatest Hits album. In 1998, McVie was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of Fleetwood Mac

Irene Cara Escalera March 18, 1959 – November 25, 2022

Irene Cara Escalera March 18, 1959 – November 25, 2022 was an American singer and actress. Cara sang and co-wrote the song “Flashdance… What a Feeling” (from the film Flashdance), for which she won an Academy Award for Best Original Song and a Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance in 1984. Cara is also known for playing the role of Coco Hernandez in the 1980 film Fame, and for recording the film’s title song “Fame”. Prior to her success with Fame, Cara portrayed the title character Sparkle Williams in the original 1976 musical drama film Sparkle.

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Jake Flint 1985 -November 25, 2022

Jake Flint 1985 -November 25, 2022
Country music singer Jake Flint died just hours after his wedding Saturday. He was 37.Flint released four studio albums in his career,beginning with his 2016 record “I’m Not OK.” He also was named breakout artist of the year at the We Are Tulsa Music Awards in 2018

Wilko Johnson – John Peter Wilkinson-12 July 1947 – 21 November 2022

Wilko Johnson – John Peter Wilkinson-12 July 1947 – 21 November 2022 was an English guitarist, singer, songwriter and occasional actor. He was a member of the pub rock/rhythm and blues band Dr. Feelgood in the 1970s. Johnson was known for his distinctive guitar playing style which he achieved by not using a guitar pick but playing fingerstyle guitar. This enabled him to play rhythm guitar and riffs or solos at the same time creating a highly percussive guitar sound.
Johnson and Dr. Feelgood were an influence on the English punk movement.

Julian Keith Levene 18 July 1957 – 11 November 2022

Julian Keith Levene 18 July 1957 – 11 November 2022 was an English musician who was a founding member of both the Clash and Public Image Ltd (PiL). While Levene was in PiL, their 1978 debut album Public Image: First Issue reached No 22 in the UK album charts, and its lead track “Public Image” broke the top 10 UK single chart.
Levene was born and raised in London, and although initially influenced by progressive rock his musical taste changed after meeting fellow Clash founder Mick Jones. His punk and post punk guitar sounds have been described as “both melodic and discordant, sonorous and violent”

Aaron Charles Carter December 7, 1987 – November 5, 2022

Aaron Charles Carter December 7, 1987 – November 5, 2022 was an American rapper, singer, and actor. He first came to fame as a pop and hip hop singer in the late 1990s, establishing himself as a star among pre-teen and teenage audiences ,Carter began performing at age seven, Carter’s second studio album, Aaron’s Party (Come Get It), sold more than three million copies in the United States and was certified 3× platinum by RIAA.The album included the hit singles, “I Want Candy”, “Aaron’s Party (Come Get It)”, “That’s How I Beat Shaq” and “Bounce”, all of which received airplay on Disney and Nickelodeon.

Kirshnik Khari Ball (Takeoff) June 18, 1994 – November 1, 2022

Kirshnik Khari Ball June 18, 1994 – November 1, 2022 known professionally as Takeoff, was an American rapper. He was best known as a member of the hip hop trio Migos. Migos’ 2013 hit “Versace” went viral and peaked at number 99 on the Billboard Hot 100. He started making beats and developing rhythms in the seventh grade, but did not start producing music professionally until 2011.

Jerry Lee Lewis September 29, 1935 – October 28, 2022

Jerry Lee Lewis (September 29, 1935 – October 28, 2022) was an American pianist, singer and songwriter. Nicknamed “the Killer”, he was described as “Rock and roll’s first great wild man and one of the most influential pianists of the 20th century.” A pioneer of rock and roll and rockabilly music, Lewis made his first recordings in 1956 at Sun Records in Memphis, Tennessee. “Crazy Arms” sold 300,000 copies in the South, and his 1957 hit “Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On” shot Lewis to fame worldwide. He followed this with the major hits “Great Balls of Fire”, “Breathless”, and “High School Confidential”