This undated photo released by Catalyst PR, shows Doc Neeson, the charismatic frontman for the Australian rock band the Angels, during a recording session. (AP Photo/Catalyst PR)
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Doc Neeson, the charismatic frontman for the seminal Australian rock band the Angels, died from brain cancer on Wednesday.Bernard "Doc" Neeson died in his sleep at his family's Sydney home, friend and publicist Catherine Swinton said.The Angels became Australia's highest-paid band by the late 1970s and continued with a string of hits into the 1990s, with Neeson as singer/songwriter.Neeson said he heard what he described as "the response" or "the chant" from audiences in London and the Middle East, as well as around Australia.Neeson is survived by his partner Annie Souter and four children.
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