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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – AUGUST 28th

Shania Twain (Eileen Edwards) – country singer/songwriter – first woman to sell 10 million copies each of consecutive albums – The Woman In Me – Come On Over – 1999 CMA Entertainer of the Year – 1965

Dave Hlubek – southern rock guitarist/songwriter/backing vocals – a founding member of – Molly Hatchet – Southern Rock All-Stars – (8/28/1951 – 9/3/2017)

Jake Owen country singer/songwriter/musician – hits include – Beachin’ – Barefoot Blue Jean Night – 1981

Daniel “Danny” Seraphine – drummer – Chicago – 1948

Cassadee Popecountry singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist – winner of the 3rd season of The Voice – 1989

LeAnn Rimes – country singer – Jackson, MS native – hits include – Blue – How Do I Live – 1982

Hugh Cornwell – musician/singer/songwriter –  best known with – The Stranglers – 1949

Wayne Osmond – pop singer – The Osmond Brothers – Donnie & Marie – 1951

Jerry Fehily – drummer – Hothouse Flowers – 1966

Florence Welch – rock singer – Florence & The Machine – 1986

Anne “Honey” Lantree – drums/vocals – The Honeycombs – 1943

Kier Kemp – rhythm guitar/vocals – Fearless Vampire Killers – 1991

Kim Appleby – singer/songwriter/actress – Mel & Kim – 1961

Jess Margera – metal drummer – CKY – 1978

John Perkins – singer – lead & tenor – The Crew Cuts – 1931

Clem Cattini – drummer – The Tornados –  studio work for – Cliff Richard – Lou Reed – 1939

Bob Segarini – singer/songwriter/composer/radio host – The Wackers – 1945

Billy Grammer – country singer/songwriter/guitarist – best known for 1959 hit – Gotta Travel On – (8/28/1925 – 8/10/2011)

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