Judge Dread (1945-1998) Born Alexander Minto Hughes in England, Dread was a world-famous ska and reggae musician who became the first white artist to have a hit in Jamaica. He had just finished a concert at the Penny Theater in Canterbury on March 13th 1998 when he suffered a fatal heart attack while walking off the stage. [Photo: Getty Images]
James Carr - Pouring Water On A Drowning Man - James Carr was an American rhythm and blues and soul singer. Born to a Baptist preacher's family in Coahoma, Mississippi, Carr began singing in church and was performing in gospel groups and making tables on an assembly line in Memphis, Tennessee, when he began recording in the mid-1960s for Goldwax Records, a small Memphis based independent record label.