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On Diffuser: Why We Care About Musician Deaths

memorial album They shouldn’t matter, yet they do.

I remember where I was when I heard that Elvis died. Same goes for John Bonham, Bon Scott, and Keith Moon. I was at work when Kurt Cobain died, listening to the news on a radio in someone’s cubicle.

Why does the death of a total stranger hit some of us so hard? It’s an interesting question, and one I probably think about entirely too much.

Read more — and learn what’s most likely to kill your favorite musician — on Diffuser.

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