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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – April 22nd

Peter Framptonguitarist/singer/songwriter/producer – best known for his use of the Talk Box and monster sales of the album “Frampton Comes Alive” in the mid 70’s – hit’s include – Do You Feel Like We Do – Show Me The Way – Baby I Love Your Way – 1950

Glen Campbellsinger/songwriter/musician/TV host/actor – hits include – Galveston – Gentle On My Mind – Rhinestone Cowboy – Southern Nights – Wichita Lineman – By The Time I Get To Phoenix – (4/22/1936 – 8/8/2017)

Paul Carrack – blue eyed soul/pop/rock singer/musician – AceRoxy MusicSqueezeMike & The Mechanicssolo artist – 1951

Heath Wright – country singer/musician – front-man for Ricochet – 1967

Daniel Johns – guitarist/singer/songwriter – Silverchair – 1979

Kellie Coffeycountry singer/songwriter – best known for her 2002 top ten hit – When You Lie Next To Me – 1971

Shavo Odadjian – bassist – System of a Down – 1974

Mel Carter soul-pop singer/actor – best known for his 1965 hit – Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me – 1939

Aaron Fink – guitarist – Breaking BenjaminStardog Champion – 1978

Ray Griff – country singer/songwriter – best known for his cover of Clarence Carters – Patches – and penning hits for other artists including – George Hamilton IV Faron YoungPorter Wagoner & Dolly PartonBob LumanGene WatsonJohnny Duncan – (1942-2016)

 

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