Oklahoma-born rocker Michael Been dies in Belgium
Michael Been's composition "Oklahoma” was nominated for state rock song and the inspiration for the name of the History Museum's rock 'n' roll exhibit.
Oklahoma City-born rock musician Michael Been, whose band The Call rose to MTV-level fame in the 1980s, died of an apparent heart attack Thursday at a music festival in Hasselt, Belgium.He was 60. Been, who was The Call's lead singer and chief composer, was on tour as a sound man with Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, for which his son, Robert Levon Been, is lead singer and...
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