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    Axton never fully recovered from his stroke, and he was confined to a wheelchair for the remainder of his life. Death. Axton died at age 61 at his home in Victor, Montana on October 26, 1999, after suffering two heart attacks in two weeks.

  2. 26 de oct. de 1999 · Prolific songwriter and actor Hoyt Axton died in his sleep Tuesday at his ranch home in Hamilton, Montana. He was 61. Axton suffered a massive heart attack two weeks ago and was struck by...

  3. 26 de oct. de 1999 · Singer, songwriter and movie actor Hoyt Axton died today at age 61. He suffered a heart attack while undergoing surgery for another heart attack suffered two weeks ago. Axton wrote songs for...

  4. 27 de oct. de 1999 · Oct. 27, 1999 12 AM PT. TIMES STAFF WRITER. Hoyt Axton, the folksy country and pop singer and songwriter who penned the Kingston Trio’s folk classic “Greenback Dollar,” Three Dog Night’s pop...

  5. 26 de oct. de 1999 · Singer/songwriter Hoyt Axton, who penned pop and country hits for Steppenwolf, Three Dog Night and Elvis Presley, died Tuesday at age 61.

  6. 3 de may. de 2024 · Hoyt Axton, a folksy baritone songwriter and actor who wrote Three Dog Night's No. 1 hit "Joy to the World" and songs that were performed by artists from Elvis Presley to Ringo Starr, died...

  7. Hoyt Axton was born on 25 March 1938 in Duncan, Oklahoma, USA. He was an actor and composer, known for Gremlins (1984), Forrest Gump (1994) and The Big Chill (1983). He was married to Deborah Hawkins, Donna "Bambi" Roberts, Kathryn Roberts and Mary Sanino. He died on 26 October 1999 in Victor, Montana, USA.