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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – JUNE 1st

Ronnie Dunn – multi-award winning country singer/songwriter/musician – Brooks & Dunnsolo artist – hits include – Brand New Man – Neon Moon – My Maria – Boot Scootin’ Boogie – 1953

Ron Wood – musician/songwriter – The Rolling StonesFacesJeff Beck Groupsolo artist – 1989 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame with The Rolling Stones and again in 2012 as a member of Faces – 1947

Alanis Morissettealternative rock singer/songwriter – dubbed the “Queen of alt-rock angst” by Rolling Stone magazine – songs include – You Oughta Know – Ironic – Hand In My Pocket – 1974

Simon Gallup – bassist – The Cure – songs include – Lovesong – Just Like Heaven – Friday I’m In Love – 1960

Mike Levine – bass/keyboards/songwriter – Triumph – songs include – Lay It On The Line – Magic Power – Fight The Good Fight -1949

Mike Joyce – drummer – The Smiths – 1963

Brandi Carlilealternative country-folk singer/songwriter/musician – 1981

Graham Russell – singer/songwriter/guitarist – Air Supply – hits include – Lost In Love – Every Woman In The World – All Out Of Love – 1950

Lisa Hartman Blackpop-country singer/actress – married to country artist – Clint Black – 1956

Pat Boonepop-gospel singer/songwriter/actor – hits include – Love Letters In The Sand – Ain’t That A Shame – 1934

Linda Scottpop singer – best known for the 1961 hit – I’ve Told Every Little Star – 1945

Johnny Bondcountry music singer/songwriter – hits include – Hot Rod Lincoln – Divorce Me C.O.D. – 1999 Country Music Hall of Fame – 1970 Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame – (6/1/1915 – 6/12/1978)

 

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