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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – APRIL 13th

Al Green – aka “The Reverend” Al Green – Grammy winning R&B singer/songwriter/producer – hits include – Tired Of Being Alone – I’m Still In Love With You – Let’s Stay Together – 1995 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame  – 1946

Jack Cassady – bassist – Jefferson AirplaneHot Tuna – 1944

Aaron Lewis – rock/country singer – Staindsolo artist – 1972

Sam Bush – bluegrass mandolin player/also fiddle/banjo/guitar/vocals – best known with – New Grass Revival – 1952

Lowell Thomas George – singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist – Little Feat – (1945-1979)

Max Weinberg – drummer – E Street Band –  bandleader on Late Night With Conan O’Brien – 1951

Riff West – bassist – best known with southern rock group – Molly Hatchet – (1950-2014)

Marc Ford – rock guitarist/singer/songwriter/producer  – best known for work with – The Black Crowes – 1966

Jimmy Destri – musician/songwriter – played keyboards for – Blondie – 1954

Louis Johnson – funk/R&B bassist – The Brothers Johnson –session player – (1955-2015)

Peabo Bryson – R&B/soul – singer/songwriter/musician – hits include – If Ever You’re In My Arms Again  – 1951

Wayne Lewis – keyboards/vocals/producer – Atlantic Starr – 1957

Lou Begasinger/songwriter – best known for – Mambo #5 – 1975

Randy Piper – metal guitarist/songwriter –  co-founding member of – W.A.S.P. – 1953

Lester Chambers – vocals/harmonica/percussion – lead vocalist for – The Chambers Brothers – 1940

Bill D’Angelo – metal guitarist – Femme Fatale – (1964-2005)

 

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