Chester Bennington has died by hanging himself, it has been reported, on the birthday of his close friend Chris Cornell who also died by suicide in May. At age 41, the Linkin Park lead singer's passing has shocked the music community, in which he was known as one of the leading pioneers of the nu-metal genre. According to prevention experts, his death arriving on the late Cornell's 53rd birthday may bear some importance. As reported by Mashable , these experts believe that momentous occasions such as birthdays and anniversaries can be triggers of intense emotions for people who have lost loved ones to suicide - increasing that person's very own risk. While there's no official word hinting that Bennington's death was in any way due to the date, he had previously spoken openly about his struggles with depression and suicidal thoughts. So can reaching out for more urgent help if the risk of suicide feels imminent.
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Grace Slick was born October 30, , in Chicago, Illinois. In she started her own group. Slick and her band became part of the San Francisco rock scene, and she befriended members of Jefferson Airplane and the Grateful Dead. After her band split up in , she became one of the lead singers for Jefferson Airplane. She wrote one of their greatest hits, "White Rabbit" and helped her brother-in-law Darby Slick write "Somebody to Love.
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