Buried here are multiple artists including:

Dallas Taylor

Born Dallas Woodrow Taylor, Jr. he was a drummer best remembered for his work with Crosby, Stills and Nash on their classic debut album “Crosby, Stills and Nash” and their follow up record “Deja Vu”. After Stills left to pursue other projects, Taylor followed with him to form the band “Manassas.” He died on January 18, 2015, of complications from viral pneumonia and kidney disease, at the age of 66.

Darby Crash

Darby, born Jan Paul Beahm, was most famous for co-founding The Germs with Pat Smear. He committed suicide by intentionally overdosing on heroin at the age of 22 on December 7, 1980, in a house in the Fairfax District of Los Angeles.

Bobby Day

Bobby was born Robert James Byrd and was a musician/songwriter probably best known for writing “Over and Over” which was a hit by the Dave Clark Five in 1965 and “Little Bitty Pretty One”. Day died of prostate cancer in July 27, 1990 at the age of 60.

Edmund Sylvers

Sylvers was the lead singer of the 1970s family disco/soul music group The Sylvers are best known for their hit “Boogie Fever” in 1975. After a long battle with lung cancer, Edmund died on March 11, 2004, at age 47.

Dewey Terry

Along with Don “Sugarcane” Harris, Terry was a member of Don and Dewey. They didn’t really have any hits of their own, but many of the songs that they either wrote and/or recorded would appear on the charts later, performed by other artists. Dewey died at the age of 65 on May, 11 2003

Spike Jones

Jones was a musician and bandleader specializing in performing satirical arrangements of popular songs of the day. Kind of like what Weird Al has been to a later generation. He recorded as Spike Jones and His City Slickers. Spike died at the age of 53 on May 1, 1965 from the complications of emphysema as he was a life-long heavy smoker reportedly smoking 4-5 packs a day,

Holy Cross Cemetery
5835 W. Slauson Ave
Culver City CA 90230