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Josh Clayton-Felt

Recording artist Josh Clayton-Felt died of cancer Jan. 19 at UCLA Medical Center. He was 32.

Co-founder, co-writer and lead singer for his band School of Fish, Clayton’s dream was realized in 1991 when his band’s self-titled debut CD was released and their hit song “Three Strange Days” became one of radio station KROQ’s most-requested songs.

Following the band’s 1994 breakup, Clayton embarked on a solo career. In 1995 he released his first album, “Inarticulate Nature Boy.” Clayton’s final album, “Too Cool for This World,” will be released later this year.

He is survived by his mother, father and a sister.

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