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Musical Birthday Notes – November 29th

Jody MillerGrammy winning country singer – best known for the 1965 hit – Queen of the House – 1941

Barry Goudreau – guitar/vocals/songwriter – Boston – solo artist – associated acts include – Orion The Hunter RTZ (Return To Zero) Ernie and The Automatics Lisa Guyer Barry Goudreau’s Engine Room – 1951

Michael Dempsey – bass – best known with – The Cure – 1958

Jonathan Knight – pop singer – boy band – New Kids On The Block – 1968

Joe Langridge-Brown – guitarist – Nothing But Thieves – 1990

Chuck Mangionesmooth jazz flugelhorn/trumpet/composer – 1940

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Eric Newcomer – bass/guitar/backing vocals – House of Heroes – 1981

Lori Peters (Lori George) – drummer – best known with the Christian rock group – Skillet – 1973

John Mayall – blues-rock singer/songwriter/musician – John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers – 1933

Andy LaRocque (Anders Allhage) – guitarist/songwriter/synth – King Diamond – 1962

Jennifer Batten guitar/guitar synth/songwriter/producer/film-maker/visual artist – associated acts include – Michael Jackson Jeff Beck – 1957

Felix Cavaliere – singer/songwriter/producer/musician – The Young Rascals The Rascals solo artist – hits include – Good Lovin’ – Groovin’ – 1997 group inducted in The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame – 1942

Billy Hart – jazz drummer – associated acts include – Miles DavisHerbie Hancock – 1940

Dennis Doherty – singer/songwriter/musician – The Mamas & The Papas – solo artist – (11/29/1940 – 1/19/2007)

Ronnie Montrose rock guitarist/songwriter/composer/producer/multi-instrumentalist/session musician – (11/29/1947 – 3/3/2012)

Lucille Hegamin (Lucille Nelson) – early blues singer/entertainer – (11/29/1894 – 3/1/1970)

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