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Musical Birthday Notes – February 16th

Doug Phelps – bass player/singer – a founding member of – The Kentucky Headhunters – part of Brother Phelps – 1960

Andy Taylor – guitarist/songwriter/singer/producer – Duran DuranPower Stationsolo artist – 1961

James IngramGrammy winning soul/jazz/R&B singer/songwriter/producer/musician – 1952

Brad Walst – bass – Three Days Grace – 1977

Nicholas William Petricca – singer/keyboards/synth – Walk The Moon – hits include – Shut Up And Dance – 1987

David “Dave” Lombardo – drummer – best known with – Slayer – 1965

Danielle Haim – guitar/vocals – pop-rock band – Haim – 1989

Kim Whipkey – pop singer – pc Questsolo artist – 1974

Tony Kiley – drummer – The Blow Monkeys – 1962

Garrett Nickelsen – bassist – The Maine – 1990

Jeff Clayton– jazz alto saxophone/flute – associated acts include – Stevie Wonder –  Gladys KnightKenny Rogers – 1954

John Wicks – drummer/songwriter/producer – associated acts include – Fitz and The TantrumsBruno MarsCeeLo Green – 1989

The Weeknd (Abel Makkonen Tesfaye) – award winning singer/songwriter/producer – 1990

Ice-T (Tracy Lauren Marrow) – rapper/actor – 1958

Lyn Paulpop singer/actressNew Seekers – hits include – I’d Like To Teach The World To Sing – 1949

Sonny Bono – pop singer/producer/politician – Sonny & Cher – (2/16/1935 – 1/8/1998)

John Balance – singer/songwriter/poet/multi-instrumentalist – co-founder of the experimental music group – Coil – (2/16/1962 – 11/13/2004)

Patty Andrews – swing-boogie woogie singer – The Andrews Sisters – 1998 Vocal Group Hall of Fame – (2/16/1918 – 1/30/2013)

Otis Blackwellaward winning R&B-blues-early rock singer/songwriter/pianist – (2/16/1931 – 5/6/2002)

Austin “Ted” Taylor – gospel/soul/doo-wop singer – associated acts include – The Cadets – (2/16/1934 – 10/23/1987)

 

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