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Mick Ronson
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Mick Ronson

Mick Ronson (May 26, 1946 - April 30, 1993), born in Hull, Yorkshire, was a lead guitarist who rose to fame with David Bowie on the Ziggy Stardust album.

Ronson later released three solo albums and was a long time collaborator with Ian Hunter. Besides Bowie and Hunter, he worked as a musician, writer and producer with many other acts including Bob Dylan and John Cougar Mellencamp. He died of liver cancer.

Ronson was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, but had grown disenchanted with the faith before his death.

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