Robert Lockwood Jr.
Final Resting Place:
3607 Pearl Road
Cleveland, Ohio, 44109
Grave Location:Section 25
Grave Location Description
As you enter the cemetery stay to the left and drive past Sections 7, 8 and 24 on your left. Stop at Section 25 with the large Baggatt monument on your left. Walk back to the bronze marker for Section 24 in front of the Dietz monument. Walk into the grass area on the border of Sections 24 and 25 and continue walking 7 rows (counting from your right) past the Walker monument on your left. Turn right and walk 5 graves on your left to find the final resting place of blues legend Robert Lockwood Jr.
Grave Location GPS41.45867541, -81.695350045
Read More About Robert Lockwood Jr.:
- Published Obituary
- Wikipedia Entry
- Robert “Junior” Lockwood Photos
- Robert Lockwood Jr. - Karen Ollis Photo
- Robert Lockwood, Jr.'s Biography - The HistoryMakers
- Robert Lockwood Jr. Ties 20th Century Blues Together
- Robert Lockwood, Jr. | Vintage Guitar® magazine
- Robert Lockwood, Jr. | Encyclopedia of Cleveland History
Videos Featuring Robert Lockwood Jr.:
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cause_of_death: Multiple gunshot wounds to the head
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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.
Carl Lee Cunningham
popular name: Carl Lee Cunningham
date_of_death: December 10, 1967
cause_of_death: Plane crash
best_know_for: As a member of the Bar-Kays, Carl played drums for Otis Redding and died in the plane crash that took the life of Otis Redding, Phalon Jones, Carl Cunningham, Ronnie Caldwell, guitarist Jimmy King and valet Matthew Kelly. Only Ben Cauley survived the crash.