Lead singer and songwriter of The Doors. After struggling with drugs and alcohol for some time, Morrison died of a presumed heart failure on July 3rd, 1971.
Bassist for legendary punk band the Stooges. Died of pulmonary edema (associated with alcohol) on February 10, 1975.
Singer/Songwriter and '60s icon. One of the first true female superstars. Died of a heroin overdose on October 4, 1970.
Founding member and original keyboardist of the Grateful Dead. Died of a gastrointestinal hemorrhage (again associated with alcohol) on March 8th, 1973.
Founding member and lyricist for the Manic Street Preachers. Disappeared and presumed dead from suicide on February 1, 1995.
Legendary guitarist and songwriter for the Jimi Hendrix Experience & Band of Gypsys. Dead from asphyxiation as a result of wine and sleeping pills on September 18, 1970.
Pioneering blue musician and guitarist. Most likely died from poisoning on August 16, 1938. Widely considered the first member of the '27 Club.'
Keyboardist and guitarist of the British band Badfinger. Died from suicide by hanging on April 24, 1975
Lead singer and songwriter of Canned Heat. Died of an overdose on September 3, 1970.
Founding member and guitarist of the Rolling Stones. Died from drowning in a pool one month after being kicked out of the band on July 3, 1969.
Founder and songwriter of the extremely influential band Big Star. Died of a car crash on December 27, 1978.
NYC based artist, friend of Andy Warhol, and founder of the band Gray. Died from a heroin overdose on August 12, 1988.
Guitarist and lead singer of the band Minutemen and extremely influential punk musician. Died as a result of injuries from a car crash on December 22, 1985.
Bassist for Hole. Died of an overdose on June 16, 1994.
Singer and songwriter for Nirvana and grunge icon. Death by suicide on April 5, 1994.
Died July 23rd, 2011.