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- Dan Healy is an audio engineer who often worked with the American rock band the Grateful Dead. He succeeded Alembic and Owsley "Bear" Stanley as the group's chief sound man after the Wall Of Sound in 1974 and subsequent band hiatus through 1975. A favorite amongst Deadheads for many years, he helped to introduce a tapers section at Grateful Dead concert to allow audience recording of live concerts. Healy would sometimes provide direct output from the soundboard for the tapers to directly patch into their recorders.
- Dan Healy: Daniel F. Healy was a Chicago detective who became famous when he killed the leader of the North Side Gang, Vincent Drucci, during an altercation, which occurred during the course of an arrest, on April 4, 1927.
- Dan Healy was an actor.
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Shot and killed by Chicago policeman Dan Healy on Apr. 4, 1927.
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