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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – June 21st

Ray Davies – multi-award winning rock singer/songwriter/musician – The Kinkssolo artist  – 1990 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame – 2014 Songwriters Hall of Fame – 1944

Joey Kramer – rock drummer/songwriter – Aerosmith – hits include – Sweet Emotion – Walk This Way – I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing – 1950

Kip Winger – rock singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist – Wingersolo artist – hits include – Seventeen – Headed For A Heartbreak – 1961

Joseph Charles “Joey” Molland – rock guitarist/singer/songwriter – Badfinger – 1947

Nils Lofgren – multi-instrumentalist/singer/songwriter – E-Street Bandsolo artist – 2014 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame – 1951

Brandon Flowers – rock singer/songwriter/musician – The Killerssolo artist – 1981

Lana Del Rey – pop singer/songwriter/musician/model – 1985

Mike Einziger – rock musician/songwriter – Incubus – solo artist – 1976

Pat Sansone – musician/songwriter – WilcoThe Autumn Defense – 1969

Mike Brzezicki – drummer – best known with – Big CountryThe Cult – 1957

Porter Howell – country guitarist/songwriter/singer – Little Texas – hits include – God Blessed Texas – What Might Have Been – 1964

Kathy Mattea – country singer/songwriter/musician – multi-Grammy winner – two time CMA Female Vocalist of the Year – hits include – 18 Wheels And A Dozen Roses – Goin’, Gone – 1959

Allison Moorer – alternative country singer – best known for hit – A Soft Place To Fall – younger sister of Shelby Lynne – 1972

Justin Cary – bassist – best known with – Sixpence None The Richer – 1975

 

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