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#1
I think it's Casey Calvert.


I wrote a song for him, you can listen to it on my profile.


If you listen, I won't have to punch myself in the stomach anymore.
#2
Randy Rhoads.

Wait... Was this a question?
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#7
You mean Hawthorne Heights Casey Calvert?


Surely you're not serious?
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#8
Tie for first, because they're all dead and can't play anymore.
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#9
Miles Davis
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#10
<CAPS>Jimi Hendrix</CAPS>

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#14
Jimi Hendrix
Frank Zappa
Jerry Garcia
Stevie Ray Vaughan
Syd Barret
Freddie Mercury
John Lennon
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Bob Marley
Duane Allman
#18
Freddie Mercury .

That was a sick tribute you wrote for casey calvert though
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#19
also mozart, bach, vivaldi, paganini(+35456)
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#21
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Pardon me, but who is Casey Calvert?

Casey Calvert was more than a friend to me in times of need. Listen to my song and you'll know.
#23
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Holy f*ck I just listened to part of the tribute. That isn't even funny, just obnoxious and painful to my ears. (I am not exaggerating, it REALLY hurt my ears.)

His death was painful to my heart.
#25
TS, I get that you're a Casey Calvert fanboy and all, but HH really isn't/wasn't very good. Casey was a mediocre guitarist and crappy screamer.

But eh, to each his own. I'd have to agree with those who are saying Johnny Cash.
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#31
casey calvert wasn't that good. he had average guitarwork and was just average on his vox.
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#32
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#33
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For me it would be Stevie Ray Vaughan.

same here. that guy was amazing.
#38
Paganini...periot dot dot

But what's up with a thread by a dude named "NotoriousPAC" asking about the greatest dead musician and then saying 'Casey Calvert' among so many other musicians, whether heard of or not, that could rip that douchebag a new asshole....musically speaking.

Andrew York isn't dead, but when he is, I'll miss him more than some douche that thought Dimebag Darrell was a felony charge.
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#39
Oh dear. That tribute.........

whiniest + most cliche lyrics ever. He was a barely a musician dude, get over it.
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#40
SRV
Elvis Presely
Zappa
John Bonham
John Lennon
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Rhoads
Bob Marley
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