They were only 27
• He was only 27
Club 27 - so called group of musicians who have strongly influenced the formation and development of rock and blues music, and lost their lives to the age of 27, sometimes mysterious and not fully clarified circumstances.
Kurt Cobain was found dead at his home in Seattle, April 8, 1994.
The leader of the "Nirvana" group Cobain (pictured - the ceremony "MTV Unplugged" in 1993) is very uncomfortable feeling as the "voice of a generation." In particular, this is why he had problems with heroin.
According to official sources, Kurt Cobain committed suicide and died due to gunshot wound in the head with a gun shortly after passed a rehabilitation course in 1994. However, there is also the theory that he was killed.
Amy Winehouse, was released in 2006 instantly became popular album "Back to Black", and received five awards "Grammy" (three of them for her single "Rehab"), passed away July 23, 2011 at his home in London.
In the photograph the singer, struggling with his own addiction to alcohol and drugs and had serious health problems, he performs during the music festival in Austin, Texas. One of her last appearances in Belgrade turned out to be a complete failure - the singer was not even able to remember the words of their own songs and could hardly stand.
Jimi Hendrix. One of the greatest guitarists of all time, Jimi Hendrix (pictured - performance at the Isle of Wight Festival, 1970), produced a huge number of albums before his death at the age of 27 years.
Hendrix and his bandmates The Experience in 1969. He died September 18, 1970, choking on vomit after overdose of sleeping pills.
is considered the best white blues singer Janis Joplin (photo taken in 1970), it has had a huge influence on the development of feminism and rock music.
Janis Joplin at a party in 1969. The singer was known for its propensity for drugs.
Statement by Janis Joplin in New York on February 11, 1969. The singer died on October 4, 1970 as a result of a heroin overdose. Her last recording was a song written in honor of the birthday of John Lennon.
The leader of the group "The Doors" Jim Morrison (photo taken in 1968) was a charismatic and extremely controversial, and was fond of nakrotikami. "Death makes angels of us and gives us wings," he once said.
The arrival of the musical group The Doors in London in 1968. Musicians took the band name from the title of the book "The Doors of Perception" ( "Doors of Perception"), Aldous Huxley (referring to the "discovery" of "doors" of perception through the use of psychedelics). "People are scared to death more than the pain," said Morrison. "This is wrong, because the pain comes to an end after death."
Morrison (photo taken in 1969) was found dead in a bathtub in his Paris apartment July 3, 1971. The circumstances of his death are extremely vague.
Brian Jones, 1968. Brian Jones was considered a genius. His death at the age of twenty-seven years made him one of the first artists that made up the infamous "Club 27".
Jones was the founder of the legendary group "The Rolling Stones". Later, however, he broke with his erstwhile comrades and began to abuse alcohol and drugs. By the end of 1968, he finally broke off relations with the group.
Jones (photo taken in 1963), found at the bottom of a swimming pool at night from the second on July 3, 1969. The official conclusion was death due to an accident, but there is a version that the musician was killed builder, who, along with a companion helped him restore the estate.
Ron McKiernan (right) was a member of "Grateful Dead" team. All his life he had a drinking problem, which led to liver cirrhosis, interrupted his musical career. He died on March 8, 1973 at his home in California.