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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – February 7th

Sammy Johns country-pop singer/songwriter – best known for 1975 million selling hit – Chevy Van – (2/7/1946 – 1/4/2013)

Garth Brooks – country/crossover singer/songwriter/musician – leader of the country music boom of the 90’s – multiple award winner – one of the biggest selling artists of all time – 1962

David Bryan – keyboardist/songwriter/backing vocals – Bon Jovi – 1962

Brian Travers – saxophone – UB40 – hits include – Red Red Wine – I Can’t Help Falling In Love With You – 1959

Jimmy Greenspoon – keyboardist/composer – Three Dog Night – (2/7/1948 – 3/11/2015)

Wes Borland – singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist – Limp Bizkit – 1975

Samuel Denison “Sam” MartinGrammy winning singer/songwriter – 1983

Steve Bronski – synth-pop artist – Bronski Beat – 1960

Sully Erna – singer/songwriter/guitarist – Godsmack – 1968

David Scarzone – singer – boy band – IM5 – 1997

Laurence Scott – keyboardist – Isotope – 1946

Alan Lancaster – bass/vocals/songwriter – founding member of – Status Quo – 1949

Mark St. John (Mark Leslie Norton) – guitar – best known with – KISS – (2/7/1956 – 4/5/2007)

King CurtisR&B-funk-blues – saxophonist/bandleader/session player – known for his distinctive riffs – Yakety Yak – (2/7/1934 – 8/13/1971)

Earl KingNew Orleans blues singer/songwriter/guitarist – best known for blues standards written and made popular by others including – One Night/Elvis – Come On/Jimi HendrixStevie Ray Vaughn – I Hear You Knockin’/Dave Edmunds – (2/7/1934 – 4/17/2003)

 

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