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Jerry Vale - Singer. A vocalist best known for his ballads, he successfully yielded a number of singles on the music charts. Among them "Innamorata (Sweetheart)" (1956), "You Don't Know Me" (1956) and "Have You Looked Into Your Heart" (1965). He may perhaps be best remembered for the song "Al Di La" (1962).

Jerry Vale - Italian-American singer and actor. During the and Vale reached the top of the pop charts with his interpretations of romantic ballads, many of which he sang in Italian.

Roger Williams (1924 - 2011) -Pianist. A celebrated musician, considered by many as the greatest pianist of popular music of the 20th Century,  , he achieved a string of Top-40 hits on the Pop Charts and garnered more-than 20 gold and platinum albums, while performing in front of nine presidents during his career. Cathedral Memorial Gardens;  12131 Lewis Street Garden Grove Orange County California  USA

Roger Williams (1924 - 2011) -Pianist. A celebrated musician, considered by many as the greatest pianist of popular music of the 20th Century, , he achieved a string of Top-40 hits on the Pop Charts and garnered more-than 20 gold and platinum albums, while performing in front of nine presidents during his career. Cathedral Memorial Gardens; 12131 Lewis Street Garden Grove Orange County California USA

Mae Boren Axton (1914 - 1997) Co-wrote the Elvis Presley hit "Heartbreak Hotel", mother of Hoyt Axton

Mae Boren Axton - Co-wrote the Elvis Presley hit "Heartbreak Hotel", mother of Hoyt Axton

Marty Robbins (1925 - 1982) Multi-talented singer who was successful in a wide variety of styles though usually considered a country singer, sang "El Paso", "A White Sport Coat (and a Pink Carnation)", and "Devil Woman"

Marty Robbins - Multi-talented singer who was successful in a wide variety of styles though usually considered a country singer, sang "El Paso", "A White Sport Coat (and a Pink Carnation)", and "Devil Woman"

Marty Robbins (1925 - 1982) - Singer/Songwriter/Race Driver. Began writing songs while in the Navy during World War II. Signed by Columbia Records and had his first number one country single with "I'll Go On Alone" in 1953. Woodlawn Memorial Park and Mausoleum Also known as: Woodlawn Roesch-Patton Memorial Park 660 Thompson Ln Nashville Davidson County Tennessee  USA

Marty Robbins (1925 - 1982) - Singer/Songwriter/Race Driver. Began writing songs while in the Navy during World War II. Signed by Columbia Records and had his first number one country single with "I'll Go On Alone" in 1953. Woodlawn Memorial Park and Mausoleum Also known as: Woodlawn Roesch-Patton Memorial Park 660 Thompson Ln Nashville Davidson County Tennessee USA

Kyu  Sakamoto (1941 - 1985) His hit song "Sukiyaki" (with lyrics entirely in Japanese) went to #1 on the US pop charts in June 1963, he was among the 520 people killed in the crash of JAL Flight 123 , the most deadly single-plane accident in aviation history

Kyu "Kyu-chan" Sakamoto - Japanese singer and actor, best known outside of Japan for his international hit song "Ue o Muite Arukō" (known as "Sukiyaki" in English-speaking markets), which was sung in Japanese and sold over 13 million copies.

Jud Strunk - Singer, Songwriter, Television Personality. He was best known for his song "A Daisy a Day," which made the Billboard Top 20 on both the country and pop music charts in 1973. A taped copy of "A Daisy a Day" was brought along by the astronauts of the the Apollo 17 lunar mission, making it the first recorded song ever played on the moon.

Jud Strunk - Singer, Songwriter, Television Personality. He was best known for his song "A Daisy a Day," which made the Billboard Top 20 on both the country and pop music charts in 1973. A taped copy of "A Daisy a Day" was brought along by the astronauts of the the Apollo 17 lunar mission, making it the first recorded song ever played on the moon.

Ferlin Husky (1925 - 2011) Country music singer, he had number one hits with "Gone" and "Wings of a Dove"

Ferlin Husky - Country music singer who was equally adept at the genres of traditional honky-tonk, ballads, spoken recitations, and rockabilly pop tunes.

Kent Henry - Rock Musician. A guitarist, he was a member of the music group Blues Image. They are best known for the hit "Ride Captain Ride", which became a certified gold record and reached number 4 on The Billboard Pop Chart in 1970.

A guitarist, he was a member of the music group Blues Image. They are best known for the hit "Ride Captain Ride", which became a certified gold record and reached number 4 on The Billboard Pop Chart in

Edmund Sylvers - Rock/Disco/R&B/Funk Musician. Sylvers was a member of the 1970s and 1980s musical group, "The Sylvers", which he formed in 1972 in Memphis, Tennessee, with 9 out of his 10 siblings. They recorded on the Capitol Record Label, MGM Record Label, and the Casablanca Record Label. The group known as a 'Southern version of the Jackson 5' had numerous hits on the R&B Charts and Pop Charts in there 13 year career. (The bunny head marks the unmarked grave of Edmund).

Edmund Sylvers - Rock/Disco/R&B/Funk Musician. Sylvers was a member of the 1970s and 1980s musical group, "The Sylvers", which he formed in 1972 in Memphis, Tennessee, with 9 out of his 10 siblings. They recorded on the Capitol Record Label, MGM Record Label, and the Casablanca Record Label. The group known as a 'Southern version of the Jackson 5' had numerous hits on the R&B Charts and Pop Charts in there 13 year career. (The bunny head marks the unmarked grave of Edmund).

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