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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – August 20th

Robert Plant – rock singer/songwriter/musician – Led Zeppelinsolo artistThe Honeydrippers – 1948

Demi Lovatopop singer/musician/actress – 1992

James Pankow – trombone/keyboard/vocals/percussion/songwriter/arranger – Chicago – 1947

Fred Durst – metal singer/rapper – Limp Bizkit – 1970

Ric Olsen – guitarist – new wave group – Berlin – hits include – Take My Breath Away – 1956

John Hiattblues-rock singer/songwriter/musician – 1952

Rudy Gatlin – country singer – member of group with his brothers – Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers – 1952

Rick Rael – bassist – Femme Fatale – 1957

Dimebag Darrell – metal guitarist – Pantera – (8/20/1966 – 12/8/2004)

Phil Lynott – songwriter/bassist/musician/producer/poet – Thin Lizzy – (8/20/1949 – 1/4/1986)

Doug Fieger – singer/songwriter/musician – The Knack – (8/20/1952 – 2/14/2010)

Sneaky Pete Kleinow – country-rock musician – The Flying Burrito Brothers – (8/20/1934 – 1/6/2007)

J. J. Maloneblues/soul musician/singer – best known for – It’s A Shame – Danger Zone – (8/20/1935 – 2/20/2004)

Aaron Watsoncountry music singer/songwriter – 1977

Andy Strachan – alternative rock drummer – The Living End – 1974

Brad Avery – guitarist – best known with – Third Day – 1971

Isaac Hayescomposer – best know for – Theme from Shaft – (8/20/1942 – 8/10/2008)

Jim Reevessmooth country balladeer – 1967 Country Music Hall of Fame – (8/20/1923 – 7/31/1964)

Justin Tubbcountry singer/songwriter – oldest son of country legend Ernest Tubb – (8/20/1935 – 1/24/1998)

 

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