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Musical Birthday Notes – March 27th

Tony Banks musician/multi-instrumentalist/composerGenesis – 2010 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame – 1950

Brendan Hill – drummer – Blues Traveler – hits include – Hook – Runaround – 1970

Andrew Farris – multi-instrumentalist/vocals/composer – INXS – 1959

Wally Stocker – guitarist/vocals – best known with – The Babys – hits include – Isn’t It Time – Every Time I Think of You – Back On My Feet Again – associated acts include – Rod Stewart – Air Supply – reformed version of Humble Pie – 1953

Janis Martinrockabilly-country singer – nicknamed “The Female Elvis” for her on-stage dance moves – (1940-2007)

Mariah Careymultiple award winning pop singer – one of the best selling artists of all time – hits include – One Sweet Day – We Belong Together – Touch My Body – 1970

Fergie – pop singer/musician – Black Eyed Peassolo – hits include – Boom Boom Pow – I Gotta Felling -1975

Johnny April – bassist – Staind – 1965

Rocky Maffit – drums/percussion – Champaign – group best known for the 1981 hit – How ‘Bout Us – 1952

Taylor Humphries – producer/writer/actor/director – associated acts include – Barenaked Ladies – 1980

Johnny Copelandblues guitarist/singer – 1983 named Blues Entertainer of the Year by The Blues Foundation – (3/27/1937- 7/3/1997)

Herman “Junior” Parker – Memphis blues singer/musician – 2001 Blues Hall of Fame – (3/27/1932 – 11/18/1971)

Jessie JR&B-pop singer/songwriter/musician – 1988

Robert Junior LockwoodDelta blues guitarist – (3/27/1915 – 11/21/2006)

 

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