A cause of death was not disclosed.

Do you think the story of Stax Records and its place in the history of popular music has been accurately presented? The very last US performance by the late great Donald Duck Dunn before his untimely death. He was 70.

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He was also the bassist for the funk group Booker T. & the M.G. Donald Dunn is a member of Bassist

Donald “Duck” Dunn, the legendary bass player for rock band Booker T. and the M.G.’s, died early Sunday morning while on tour in Japan. [Project Articles] • [Project Page] • [Project Talk] • • [Template Usage] Donald "Duck" Dunn, the bassist who helped create the gritty Memphis soul sound at Stax Records in the 1960s as part of the legendary group Booker T. …

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Donald “Duck” Dunn, bass player and songwriter and a member of the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame band Booker T. and the MGs and the Blues Brothers band, has passed away. Donald "Duck" Dunn is within the scope of WikiProject Tennessee, an open collaborative effort to coordinate work for and sustain comprehensive coverage of Tennessee and related subjects in the Wikipedia. Following the death of Donald 'Duck' Dunn, read an interview with Booker T & the MGs by Barney Hoskyns, first published in Mojo in August 2001, and made available now courtesy of …

A Memphis native, Dunn began his music career performing with local R&B group the Mar-Keys. RIP Duck!

He was 70.

MEMPHIS, Tenn. —A new book gives music fans a glimpse into the life of legendary Memphis musician Donald "Duck" Dunn. 's, with whom he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1992. Donald "Duck" Dunn is within the scope of WikiProject Tennessee, an open collaborative effort to coordinate work for and sustain comprehensive coverage of Tennessee and related subjects in the Wikipedia.

He was 70. Donald “Duck” Dunn, the legendary bass player for rock band Booker T. and the M.G.’s, died early Sunday morning while on tour in Japan. Bass guitarist nicknamed "Duck" who played on hundreds of popular recordings by artists like Elvis Presley, Otis Redding and Rufus Thomas as a session musician for Stax Records. The great Booker T & The MG's / Stax/ Blues Brothers bass player Donald "Duck" Dunn died yesterday while on tour in Japan. I didn’t do it all down there, but I know some things that went on. Donald Dunn (Donald Dunn) Donald Dunn As the bass player on dozens of the most soulful hits in the history of pop music, Donald “Duck” Dunn often found himself out on the road playing to fans who had assumed he was black like the stars he supported, notably Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett and … Photo: Rich Morava, courtesy of Donald "Duck" Dunn.

Dunn was in Tokyo for a series of shows.

He was 70. Donald “Duck” Dunn, legendary bass player, dead at 70 By James Brewer 26 May 2012 Donald “Duck” Dunn, legendary Stax Record studio musician who toured with … Singer Rob Thomas wrote on Twitter: "R.I.P. He was 70.

Donald "Duck" Dunn Dies Donald "Duck" Dunn, bassist for the GRAMMY-winning Booker T.& The MG's, died May 13 while on tour in Tokyo. Donald 'Duck' Dunn." He laid down … If you would like to participate, you can edit the article attached to this page, and even become a member. Some it has, some of hasn’t, I think. Lets cover some of the need-to-know facts, an examination of his style, and a few key listening examples… So who is Duck Dunn, anyway? The causes of his death are unknown, according to Dunn's son. Dunn displaying his Fender signature model in a 1998 photo.

For the official launch of our Bass Players to Know series, we’re starting with the man, the legend, the ’fro: Donald “Duck” Dunn.

TOKYO (AP) — Bass player and songwriter Donald "Duck" Dunn, a member of the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame band Booker T. and the MGs and the Blues Brothers band, has died in Tokyo. He was 70. Cropper reported that Dunn had died in his sleep. Dunn and the Booker T. and MGs were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1992, and in 2007 the bassist received a lifetime achievement Grammy Award. Fellow musician Steve Cropper made the announcement via a post on his Facebook Page. The SF Chronicle reports that Dunn, also session player known for working with some of the best musicians in the business, passed away after finishing two shows at Night Club in Tokyo. A brief statement on Dunn's official website adds, "We are deeply saddened to report the death of Donald 'Duck' Dunn May 13, 2012 at the age of 70."

The SF Chronicle reports that Dunn, also session player known for working with some of the best musicians in the business, passed away after finishing two shows at Night Club in Tokyo. Dunn had been in Tokyo performing.