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Greg Ham

Born: 1953-09-27 - Died: 2012-04-19
Cause of Death:
Under investigation


Death Summary:

Ham was discovered by two friends who had not heard from him recently and were concerned.



Who was Greg Ham :

Greg Ham was well known for playing the flute in the Australian band Men at Work that was active in the 1980's, known for the hit "Land Down Under."

Ham also was involved in acting, and played a role in the series "While You're Down There." After Ham's involvement in the media, he taught guitar at Carlton North Primary School in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.


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  1. hellen licon sisneros Says:

    Rest in Peace sir ur music was awesome and part of a time when all things were possiable! Thank You!!!

  2. lilly Says:

    sorry

  3. Theresa Cranston Says:

    God Bless…Your music helped to make me a happy teenager… Still enjoy listening to it all. 🙂 Rest in peace. Much love

  4. Anthony M Maldonado Says:

    Anthony M.

  5. Judy Pruitt Says:

    So sad. I remember those great days of music. Never 2 B again.

  6. Melissa Says:

    Men At Work…were an 80’s staple. R.I.P

  7. Adam Z Says:

    That signature saxophone in the song “Who Can It Be Now?” will live on forever.

  8. Maria Says:

    There’s also music in heaven. You may join the many musicians who are already there. Lots of love x x x

  9. David T. Albert Says:

    I know I’m a bit late with this entry, but Greg Ham will be missed. Men At Work were and still are a soundtrack to my memories of the ’80’s. Their music stands the test of time.

  10. krish Says:

    knowing gregs musical talent for many years ,after listerning to countless recordings its very clear to me that no way was there any copying occured, you just need a mucical ear,he leaves this earth a .free man. rip greg


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