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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – JUNE 5TH

Tom Evans – singer/guitarist/bassist – Badfinger – hits include – No Matter What – Baby Blue – Day After Day – Without You – (6/5/1947 – 11/19/1983)

Don Reid – singer/songwriter/author – formerly part of the multi-award winning country/gospel group – The Statler Brothers – hits include – Flowers On The Wall – Bed Of Roses – Do You Know You Are My Sunshine – 2007 Gospel Hall of Fame – 2008 Country Music Hall of Fame – 1945

Brett James country songwriter/singer – penned Carrie Underwood’s #1 and Grammy winning hit – Jesus Take The Wheel – 1968

Nicko McBrain – drummer/songwriter – Iron Maiden – 1952

Kenny Gjazz/easy listening – musician/songwriter – 1956

Mark Wahlberg – aka Marky Mark – rapper/model/actor – Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch – 1971

Brian McKnight R&B singer/songwriter – 1969

Laurie Andersonexperimental art/rock musician – 1947

Freddie Stone – guitarist/vocalist/pastor – co-founder of – Sly & The Family Stone – hits include – Family Affair – Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin) – 1946

Richard Butler – punk/new wave – singer/songwriter/musician – Psychedelic Furs – 1956

Aaron “P-Nut” Wills – bassist – alternative rock group – 311 – 1974

Sebastien Lefebvre – rhythm guitar/backing vocals – rock group – Simple Plan – 1981

Gary DeCarlo – singer/songwriter – best known with – Steam – hits include – Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye – (6/5/1942 – 6/28/2017)

 

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