Final Resting Place:
New Mount Zion Cemetery
153 Orient Way
Lyndhurst, New Jersey, 07071
Grave Location:New York Social Club
Grave Location Description
Walk through the gates of the New York Social Club and walk up three rows, turn right and count ten graves into the section and will arrive at the final resting place of Joey Ramone.
Grave Location GPS40.808222, -74.109274
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popular name: Son House
date_of_death: October 19, 1988
cause_of_death: Cancer of the larynx
best_know_for: The main source of inspiration for Muddy Waters and Robert Johnson, Son House was a major innovator of the Delta blues style, along with his playing partners Charley Patton and Willie Brown. Few listening experiences in the blues are as intense as hearing one of Son House's original 1930s recordings for the Paramount label. Entombed in a hailstorm of surface noise and scratches, one can still be awestruck by the emotional fervor House puts into his singing and slide guitar playing.
popular name: Eazy-E
date_of_death: March 26, 1995
cause_of_death: AIDS related pneumonia
best_know_for: Co-founder of the influential Compton, California gangsta rap group N.W.A., Easy-E with Dr. Dre and Ice Cube won acclaim for portraying life on the streets of east L.A. in the 1980s as one of the premier west coast rappers. Sadly Easy-E died within weeks of learning he was infected with the AIDS virus.
popular name: Arleen Auger
date_of_death: June 10, 1993
cause_of_death: Brain tumor
best_know_for: Arleen Auger was an American soprano opera singer known for her melodic voice and interpretations of works by Bach, Handel, Haydn, Monteverdi, Mozart, and Schubert. Auger won a Grammy for Best Classical Vocal Performance in 1994 for her performances. Music critic Tim Page wrote that she was "the sort of artist whose work not only provided pleasure for her audience but also instruction for her colleagues by any standards, hers was an exemplary career. She sang beautifully for more than a quarter century, she sang great music, and she never bowed or pandered to public taste. She was an artist, steady and serious to the end."