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Musical Birthday Notes – March 26th

Steven Tyler – Grammy winning singer/songwriter/musician – frontman for – Aerosmith – hits include – Dream On – Sweet Emotion – Walk This Way – I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing – Janie’s Got A Gun – Love In An Elevator – 2001 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame – 2013 Songwriters Hall of Fame (with Joe Perry) – 1948

Fran Sheehan – bass/guitar/moog bass – Boston – hits include – More Than A Feeling – Peace Of Mind – Foreplay/Long Time – Don’t Look Back – Amanda – 1949

Jon English – singer/songwriter/musician/actor –  (1949-2016)

Richard Tandy – multiple instruments – ELO – 1948

Kenny Chesney – multiple award winning country superstar – singer/songwriter/musician – hits include – The Boys Of Fall – You And Tequila – American Kids – Pirate Flag – Save It For A Rainy Day – 1968

Charly McClain – country singer – 80’s hits include – Who’s Cheatin’ Who – Radio Heart – 1956

Fred Paris – doo-wop singer – The Five Satins – best known for the 1956 hit – In The Still Of The Night – 1936

Dean Dillon – country singer/songwriter – penned multiple hits for artist like – George Strait – Vern Gosdin – Steve Wariner – Keith Whitley – 1955

Diana Ross – Motown singer – The Supremes – solo artist – hits include – Where Did Our Love Go – Come See About Me – Stop! In The Name Of Love – You Keep Me Hangin’ On – Ain’t No Mountain High Enough – Theme From Mahogany – 2007 Kennedy Center Honors – 2012 Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award – 1944

Jay Sean – English R&B singer/songwriter – 1981

Teddy Pendergrass – singer/songwriter/musician/composer – Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes – solo – hits include – If You Don’t Know Me By Now – The Love I Lost – Love TKO – Turn Off The Lights – (1950-2010)

Baz Warne – singer/songwriter/guitarist – The Stranglers – Toy Dolls – 1964

Michael Bonagura – country singer/songwriter/guitarist – best known with – Baillie & The Boys – 1953

James Iha – guitarist/singer/songwriter/producer – best known with – The Smashing Pumpkins – 1968

Rufus Thomas Jr. – R&B-blues-funk-soul singer/songwriter/dancer/entertainer – hits include – Walking The Dog – Do The Funky Chicken – (Do The) Push And Pull – (1917-2001)

 

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