The 27 Club – It is a cynical club which is famous for death of Musicians at the age of 27 and the musicians of this club include Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, Kurt Cobain, and Amy Wine house.
Death at age 27 has plagued several peak musicians throughout the past several decades. Some allege the 27 Club as proof that the rock star lifestyle is too stressful for some, while others perceive it as pure coincidence.
While the precise age of 27 may be a coincidence, there's evidence to suggest that the mid-20s is an age period prone to substance abuse. Approximately 50 musicians have died at the age of 27, a product of famous musicians having a higher death rate than non-famous people in the same age groups.
For musicians, an increase in death rate occurs around age 27, and increases throughout their 30s. This has a long-term impact.
Whereas creative workers have an average lifespan of 81.7 years and business/political workers average at 83 years, those with professions in entertainment and sports have an average lifespan of 77.2, which suggests the trend of musicians in the 27 Club dying at in their mid20s is not quite a coincidence, but more a byproduct of their occupation, which is ripe with opportunities for substance abuse.