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Musical Birthday Notes – February 14th

Rob Thomas – Grammy winning singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist/producer – Matchbox Twentysolo artist – 1972

Roger Fisher – guitarist – inducted in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame as a member of – Heart – other associations include – Alias – Roger Fisher & The Human Tribe – 1950

Vic Briggs – blues-rock multi-instrumentalist – best known as guitarist with – Eric Burdon & The Animals – 1945

Michael Doucet – Grammy winning Cajun fiddler/accordionist/singer/songwriter – BeauSoleil – 1951

Big Smo (John Lee Smith)country rapper/singer/songwriter – 1976

Razzy Baileycountry singer/musician – hits include – 9,999,999 Tears – Midnight Hauler – Loving Up A Storm – I Keep Coming Back – 1939

Doug Simril – guitar/piano – associated acts include – The Steve Miller BandBoz Scaggs – 1946

Valentino Arteaga – drummer – Of Mice And Men – 1985

DweleR&B-soul singer/songwriter/musician – 1978

Eric Lambert – guitar/backing vocals – best known with – Blessthefall – 1989

Jimmie Randall – bass – Jo Jo Gunne – The Dead Pyrates Society – 1949

Eric Anderson – singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist – many artists have recorded his songs including – Johnny CashLinda Ronstadt – Judy Collins – Bob Dylan – The Grateful Dead – 1943

Phyllis McGuire – traditional pop singer – The McGuire Sisters – best known for – Sincerely – Sugartime – (1931)

Samuel “Magic Sam” Maghettblues guitar/vocals – known for his tremolo guitar style – (2/14/1937 – 12/1/1969)

 

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