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Pam Tilliscountry singer/songwriter – hits include – Don’t Tell Me What To Do – Shake The Sugar Tree – 1957

James “Jim” Armstrong – guitarist – best known with – Van Morrison and Them – 1944

Robbie Grey – vocalist – best known with – Modern English – best known for the hit – I Melt With You – 1957

Paul Geary – rock drummer – co-founder of – Extreme – 1961

Jerrod Niemanncountry singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist – hits include – Lover Lover – Drink To That All Night – 1979

Jennifer Lopezhip hop/R&B artist – 1969

Johnny McDaid – singer/songwriter/piano/guitar – best known with – Snow Patrol – 1976

Barbara Jean Love – singer – The Friends of Distinction – hits include – Grazing In The Grass – Love Or Let Me Be Lonely – Going In Circles – 1941

Mitch Grassi – singer/musician – Pentatonix – 1992

Heinz Burt – bassist/singer – The Tornados – best know for song – Telstar –  (7/24/1942 – 4/7/2000)

Mary Ann “Lady Bug Mecca” Vieira – jazz rapp/hip-hop artist – Digable Planets – 1973


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