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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – APRIL 15th

Chris Stapleton – multiple award winning country singer/songwriter/musician – hits include – Tennessee Whiskey – Nobody To Blame – Traveller – 1978

Roy Clark – award winning country singer/songwriter/musician – co-host of Hee Haw – member of The Grand Ole Opry –  in the Country Music Hall of Fame – 1933

Dave Edmunds – guitarist/vocalist/producer – 1944

Margo Price – country-bluegrass-Americana singer/songwriter/guitar/piano/drums – 1983

Matt Reid – keyboardist – Berlin – hits include – Take My Breath Away – 1958

Josh Todd – vocals/musician/actor – best known as the lead vocalist for – Buckcherry – 1974

Samantha Fox – 80’s pop singer – 1966

Ed O’Brien – guitarist/songwriter/harmony vocals – Radiohead – 1968

Patrick Carney – drummer – The Black Keys – 1980

Linda Perry – best known as lead vocalist and main songwriter for – 4 Non-Blondes – 1965

Ben Kasica – guitarist – best known with – Skillet – 1984

Graeme Clark – bassist/songwriter/producer – Wet Wet Wet – Maggie Pie & The Imposters – 1965

Marty Wilde – pop singer/songwriter – The Wildcats –  father of Kim, Roxanne and Ricky Wilde – 1939

 

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