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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – JANUARY 1st

Joseph Allen “Country Joe” McDonald alt-country/rock/psychedelic rock – singer/musician – Country Joe & The Fish – 1942

Boz Burrell – bassist/singer/songwriter – Bad CompanyKing Crimson – (1/1/1946 – 9/21/2006)

Morgan Fisher – keyboardist/composer – associated acts include – British LionsMott the HoopleQueen – 1950

Nia Lovelis – drummer – Cherri Bomb – 1997

Noah Sierota – bass/backing vocals – Echosmith – 1996

Jona Weinhofen – guitar – associated acts include – I Killed The Prom Queen Bring Me The Horizon Bleeding Through – 1983

Mattie Foxx – metalcore singer/synths – Follow My Lead – 1993

Brody Dalle – singer/songwriter/guitar – associated acts include – The Distillers Spinnerette – 1979

Kerrie Roberts Christian singer/songwriter – No Matter What – 1985

Jessica JarrellR&B singer/songwriter – 2009 hit – Armageddon – 1995

Tank (Durrell Babbs) R&B singer/songwriter/producer – hits include – Please Don’t Go – Next Breath – Emergency – 1976

Gary “B.B.” Coleman blues singer/songwriter/guitar/producer – (1/1/1947 – 2/14/1994)

 

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