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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – APRIL 12th

Pat Traversblues-rock guitarist/keyboardist/singer – best known for songs – Boom Boom (Out Go The Lights) – Snortin’ Whiskey – 1954

Vince Gill – multiple award winning pop-country singer/songwriter/musicianPure Prairie League – solo artist – 1957

John Kay singer/songwriter/producer – frontman for Steppenwolf – 1944

Brendon Uriesinger/multi-instrumentalist – Panic! at the Disco – 1987

Jakson “Thunderfoot” Spires southern rock drummer – founding member of Blackfoot – Southern Rock All-stars – (1951-2005)

Guy Berryman – bass/multi-instrumentalist/producer – best known with – ColdplayApparatjik – 1978

Easton Corbincountry singer/songwriter – hits include – All Over The Road – Baby Be My Love Song – 1982

Amy Raysinger/songwriter/producer/guitar/mandolin/harmonica – Indigo Girls – 1964

Alexander Briley – performed the G.I. role in – The Village People – hits include – Y.M.C.A. – In The Navy – 1947

Herbie Hancockmultiple instruments/producer/musical innovator – 1940

Will Sergeantguitarist – Echo & The Bunnymen – 1958

Art Alexakissinger/guitarist/composer – Everclear – 1962

Jessie Jamescountry-pop singer – hits include – Wanted – 1988

Deryl Doddcountry singer/songwriter/musician – highest charting singles include – That’s How I Got To Memphis – Sundown – A Bitter End – 1964

David Cassidysinger/songwriter/actor – 70’a pop singer/teen idol – (4/12/1950 – 11/21/2017)

Nick Hexum – singer/songwriter/musician – 311The Nick Hexum Quintet – 1970

Theodore Roosevelt “Hound Dog” Taylorblues guitarist/singer/pianist/slide guitar – 1984 posthumously inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame – (1915-1975)

Tiny Timsinger/ukulele/music archivist – best known for his rendition of – Tiptoe Through The Tulips – (1932-1996)

 

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