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Musical Birthday Notes – December 5th

John Rzeznik – singer/songwriter/producer/guitar – best know as lead vocalist-frontman for – Goo Goo Dolls – hits include – Iris – Slide – 1965

Gary Allancountry singer – hits include – Smoke Rings In The Dark – Nothing On But The Radio – Watching Airplanes – 1967

Ty England country singer – started as Garth’s guitar player – solo artist best known for 90’s hit Should’ve Asked Her Faster – 1963

Jack Russell – singer/songwriter/guitar/harmonica/percussion/producer – Great White Jack Russell’s Great White songs include – Once Bitten Twice Shy – Rock Me – 1960

Les Nemes – bass – Haircut One Hundred – songs include – Love Plus One – Favourite Shirts (Boy Meets Girl) – 1960

Jim Messina – singer/songwriter – Buffalo Springfield Poco Loggins & Messina solo artist – 1947

Andy Kim pop singer/songwriter – best known for late 60’s & 70’s hits – Baby, I Love You – Rock Me Gently – writer of hit by “The Archies” – Sugar Sugar – 1946

Little Richard – (born Richard Wayne Penniman) – musician/singer/songwriter – Rock & Roll and Songwriters Hall Of Fame – hits include – Tutti Frutti – Good Golly Miss Molly – Long Tall Sally – Lucille -1932

J.J. Cale singer/songwriter/musician – an originator of the Tulsa Sound – songs include – After Midnight – Cocaine – Magnolia – Call Me The Breeze – (12/5/1938 – 7/26/2013)

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  • Things you didn't know
    Peter Frampton's 1976 US #1 album 'Frampton Comes Alive' was pressed in 'automatic sequence', with sides one and four on one record, followed by sides two and three on the other - to make it easier to listen through the whole album in sequence on automatic record changers.

RSS Breakin’ The Law…

  • I fought the law
    In 1967, folk singer Joan Baez was sentenced to 45 days in prison for talking part in a anti- war demo.

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RSS They Said It…

  • Quote of the Day
    "I'll give The Rolling Stones about another two years. I'm saving for the future, I bank all my song royalties for a start." Mick Jagger, 1964.
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