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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – JULY 15th

Mac MacAnally – country singer/songwriter – 1957

Jeff Carlisi – guitarist/singer/songwriter – 38 Special – solo – 1952

Joe Satriani – rock guitarist – 1956

Marky Ramone (Mark Steven Bell) – drummer/songwriter – best known with – The Ramones – 1956

Linda Ronstadt – multi-award winning country-pop singer – 2014 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame – 1946

John Dolmayan – drummer – best known with – System of a Down Scars On Broadway – 1973

Trevor Horn – singer/songwriter/musician/producer – known as – “The Man Who Invented The Eighties” – 1949

Mildred “Millie” Jackson – soul-R&B singer/songwriter – 1944

Peter Lewis – guitar/vocals – founding member of – Moby Grape – 1945

Ray Toro – guitarist – My Chemical Romance – 1977

Peter Banks – guitarist/songwriter – Yes FlashEmpireThe Syn – (1947-2013)

Alicia Bridges – R&B-disco singer/songwriter – best known for 1978 hit – I Love The Nightlife – 1953

Johnny Thunders – guitarist/singer/songwriter – best known with – The New York DollsThe Heartbreakerssolo – (1952-1991)

Ian Curtis – singer/songwriter/musician – Joy Division – (1956-1980)

Cordell Jackson – guitarist – the Pontotoc, Mississippi native is thought to be the 1st woman to produce, engineer, arrange, and promote music on her own rock and roll label – (1923-2004)

Cowboy Copas – country singer/songwriter/guitar – member of The Grand Ole Opry – died in a plane crash that also claimed the lives of country stars Patsy Cline and Hankshaw Hawkins – (1913-1963)

 

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