Final Resting Place:
Moore Memorial Gardens Cemetery
1219 N Davis Dr.
Arlington, Texas, 96102
Grave Location:Lakeside Estates, Abbott Family Plot
Grave Location Description
About 100 feet from the road down a paved pathway
Grave Location GPS32.7539244, -97.1204726
Visiting The Grave:
Read More About Dimebag Darrell:
- Wikipedia Entry
- A visit to Dimebag Darrell's home in Texas
- Behind the Murder of Dimebag Darrell
- Official Autopsy Report from Franklin County, Ohio
- Detailed blog and commentary focusing on the shooter based on the actual police report
- Vinnie Paul's Grave Next to His Brother Dimebag
- The Alrosa Villa night club is for sale.
Videos Featuring Dimebag Darrell:
popular name: Johnny Ace
date_of_death: December 25, 1954
cause_of_death: Accidental gunshot to the head
best_know_for: A popular R&B singer with a string of eight hits in a row including "Cross My Heart" and "Please Forgive Me", he blew his brains out on Christmas Day between sets after telling everyone ‘It’s okay! Gun’s not loaded… see?’ Interestingly enough, "Pledging My Love" was a posthumous R&B number 1 hit for 10 weeks beginning February 12, 1955, thus Johnny Ace became the first artist to reach the Billboard pop charts only after death.
popular name: J.B. Lenoir
date_of_death: April 29, 1967
cause_of_death: Internal bleeding (untreated) after an auto accident
best_know_for: Monticello area native J. B. Lenoir was a distinctive blues artist, in both his high-pitched singing style and the candid political critiques in many of his song lyrics and is best remembered for his 1955 hit “Mama, Talk to Your Daughter". He died on April 29, 1967, in Urbana, Illinois, at the age 38, of internal bleeding related to injuries he had suffered in a car crash three weeks earlier. The 2003 documentary film The Soul of a Man, directed by Wim Wenders as the second installment of Martin Scorsese's series The Blues, explored Lenoir's career, together with those of Skip James and Blind Willie Johnson. In 2011, Lenoir was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame.
popular name: Leroy Carr
date_of_death: April 29, 1935
cause_of_death: Complications of nephritis due to alcoholism
best_know_for: Leroy Carr, together with Scrapper Blackwell are arguably the two most underrated blues musicians of the 1920s and 1930s. What is undeniable is the two together created some of the most recorded blues classics including How Long, How Long Blues, Mean Mistreater Mama and When the Sun Goes Down