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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – August 19th

Ian Gillan – rock vocalist/songwriter/musician – Deep PurpleBlack Sabbathsolo artist – 2016 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame – 1945

John Deacon – bassist/vocalist/songwriter – best known with – Queen – hits include – You’re My Best Friend – Another One Bites The Dust – 2001 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame – 1951

Ginger Baker – drummer/songwriter/bandleader – Cream – Rock & Roll Hall of Fame – 1939

Lee Ann Womackmulti-award winning country singer/songwriter – hits include – I Hope You Dance – 1966

Clay Walker country singer/songwriter – hits include – What’s It To You – Live Until I Die -1969

George Newsome – drummer – best known with – Climax Blues Band – hits include – Couldn’t Get It Right – 1947

Eddy Raven (aka Edward Garvin Futch) – Cajun influenced country singer/songwriter – Lafayette, LA native – numerous hits 1981-90 – 1944

Roger Cooksinger/songwriter – best know for writing – I’d Like To Teach The World To Sing – I Just Want To Dance With You – Long Cool Woman In A Black Dress – 1940

Johnny Nashreggae singer/songwriter – hits include – I Can See Clearly Now – 1940

Billy J. Kramer – 60’s pop singer – Billy J. Kramer with The Dakotas – 1943

Steve Grimmett – rock singer – Grim Reaper –  OnslaughtLionsheartChateaux – 1959

Joey Tempest – vocalist/multi-instrumentalist – Europe – hits include – The Final Countdown – 1963

Mark McGuinncountry singer/songwriter/musician – best known for hit – Mrs. Steven Rudy – 1968

Elizabeth Wolfgramm (Elizabeth Atuaia)– vocalist – The Jets – 1972

Michael Todd (aka Mic Todd)  – bassist – Coheed & Cambria – 1980

Megan RochellR&B singer/songwriter – 1985

Dave Douglas – drummer – Relient K – 1979

Christina Perrisinger/songwriter/guitarist/pianist – hits include – Jar Of Hearts – 1986

Deana Martin jazz singer – daughter of Dean Martin – 1948

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