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Noise11 iHeartRadio Features The Artists We Lost In The Past 12 Months

by Noise11.com on December 15, 2017

in News,Noise Pro

In an end-of-year Noise11 iHeartRadio special we take a look at the artists we lost over the past 12 months.

Christmas 2016 was rocked by the death’s of Rick Parfitt of Status Quo on December 24 and then George Michael on Christmas Day.

It was the year of unexpected passings with Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell, Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington and then the sudden death of Tom Petty dominating the year.

Legends Chuck Berry and Fats Domino died in 2017 and for Australia’s Young family tragedy stuck within one month with the passing of The Easybeats’ George Young and his brother Malcolm of AC/DC in October and November.

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Noise11 iHeartRadio playlist 11 December 2017

George Michael – Praying For Time (Dec 25)
Rick Parfitt, Status Quo – Mystery Song (Dec 24)

Chris Cornell, Soundgarden – Black Hole Sun (May 18)
Chester Bennington, Linkin Park – One More Life (July 20)

George Young, The Easybeats – Friday on my Mind (Oct 22)
AC/DC – Whole Lotta Rosie (Nov 18)

Pete Overend Watts, Mott The Hoople – All The Young Dudes (Jan 22)
John Wetton, Asia –Heat of the Moment (Jan 31)

Tom Petty – I Won’t Back Down (Oct 2)
Glen Campbell – Wichita Lineman (Aug 8)

Chuck Berry – Johnny B Goode (March 18)
Fats Domino – I’m Walking (October 24)

David Cassidy, The Partridge Family – I Think I Love You (November 21)
J Geils, J Geils Band – Centrefold (11 April)

Kevin Stanton, Mi-Sex – Computer Games (17 May)
Chuck Mosley, Faith No More – We Care A Lot (9 November)

Peter Starstedt – Where Do You Go To My Lovely (8 Jan)
Gregg Allman, Allman Brothers – Ramblin Man (27 May)

Robert Miles – Children (9 May)
Walter Becker, Steely Dan – Deacon Blues (3 September)

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