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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – AUGUST 26TH

Jimmy Olander – guitar/banjo/dobro – multi-award winning country group – Diamond Rio – hits include – Meet In The Middle – Beautiful Mess – In A Week Or Two – 1961

Branford Marsalis – jazz musician – Breaux Bridge, LA native – 1960

Dan Vickrey – guitarist/singer/songwriter – Counting Crows – 1966

Adrian Young – drummer – No Doubt – 1969

Jet Black – drummer – founding member of punk-new wave group – The Stranglers – 1938

Joey Diggs Jr. – pop singer – boy band – Midnight Red – 1989

Bean (Noel Bean) pop singer/songwriter – 1991

Tyler Szalkowski – guitarist/backing vocals – punk group – State Champs – 1991

Brian Kelley – singer/songwriter – half of the country duo – Florida-Georgia Line – 1985

Shirley Manson – rock singer – Garbage – 1966

Valerie Simpson – R&B singer/songwriter – Ashford & Simpson – 1946

Allison Robertson – guitarist – The Donnas – Elle Ray – Chelsea Girls –  1979

JC Charles – guitarist/songwriter – The Relapse Symphony – 1989

Cassie (Cassie Ventura ) – R&B singer – 1986

Nate Green – country singer/songwriter/musician – 1988

Nancy Martinez – pop-dance singer – 1960

Billy Rush – songwriter/musician – Asbury Jukes – 1952

Michael Chetwood – keyboards/vocals – Band Of Joy – T’Pau – 1954

Wally Murphy – steel guitarist – 1954

Jimmy Rushing – blues-jazz singer – 1935-48 sang with Count Basie – (1901-1972)

Chris Curtis (Christopher Crummey) – drummer/singer – The Searchers – Roundabout – (1941-2005)

Lil’ Chris (Christopher James Hardman) – singer/songwriter/TV personality/actor – (1990-2015)

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