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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – APRIL 26TH

Duane EddyGrammy winning rock guitarist – hits include – Rebel Rouser – Peter Gunn – 1994 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame – 2008 Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum – 1938

Jimmy Hall – vocalist/harmonica/saxophone – best known with Southern rock group – Wet Willie – Jeff Beck – Hank Williams Jr. – solo – hits include – Keep On Smilin’ – 1949

Roger Taylor – drummer – Duran Duran – hits include – Hungry Like The Wolf – Rio – 1960

Gary Wright – singer/songwriter/keyboards – hits include – Spooky Tooth – solo – hits include – Dream Weaver – Love Is Alive – 1943

Jay Demarcus – bass player/vocalist/songwriter/producer – country-pop group – Rascal Flatts – hits include – What Hurt The Most – Bless The Broken Road – 1971

Bobby Rydell – 60’s pop/rock singer/actor – hits include – Volare – Bye Bye Birdie – 1942

Michael Damian – singer/songwriter/musician/actor – hits include 1989’s #1 – Rock On – played musician Danny Romalotti on CBS soap – The Young & The Restless – 1962

Joey Jordison – drummer/songwriter/producer – associated acts include – Slipknot – The Murderdolls – 1975

Chris Mars – drums/vocals/keyboards/guitar/artist – best known with – The Replacements – 1961

Maurice Williams – doo-wop – R&B singer – Maurice Williams & The Zodiacs – best known for the 1961 hit – Stay – 1938

Jose Pasillas  – drummer – Incubus – 1976

Howard “Leon” Reeder – guitarist – Champagne – best known for the hit – How Bout Us – 1950

Johnny Shines – Delta blues singer/guitarist – (1915-1992)

“Ma” Rainey (Gertrude Pridgett) – blues singer – billed as “The Mother of the Blues – (1886-1939)

 

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