When we take a gander at the rundown of Club individuals, we tend to make the suspicion that they should have something in like manner. All things considered, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, and Jim Morrison were all from a similar time of music. Jimi and Janis both played Woodstock. The Doors were welcome to Woodstock, yet they declined.
This gives off an impression of being consistent idea. In addition, Jimi and Janis kicked the bucket just fourteen days separated in Fall of 1970. That is only one year after Woodstock. Jim passed on the accompanying summer, 1971. The nearby planning of their passings was most likely really crushing for music fans at the time, and it gives off an impression of being another repeating theme. However, likely the main really consistent theme for most individuals from the 27 Club, as you specified, is their abuse of medications, self-destructive inclinations, and misfortune.
Opioid overdoses, purposeful wounds, and transportation mischances are the main sources of death among youngsters in the U.S. Strangely, a considerable measure of extraordinary performers likewise kicked the bucket at age 26, including Gram Parsons, Nick Drake, Otis Redding, and Randy Rhoads. In any case, there isn’t a 26 Club.
Likewise, a considerable measure of extraordinary performers kicked the bucket at age 28, as Tim Buckley, Shannon Hoon (Blind Melon), and the Big Bopper (who passed on in a similar plane crash that murdered Buddy Holly and Ritchie Valens). Be that as it may, there’s no 28 Club, either. In this way, it’s amusing to discover associations and weave a little story, however I truly don’t believe there’s anything horribly supernatural happening to artists at age 27.