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Musical Birthday Notes – March 6th

David Gilmour guitarist/singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalistPink Floyd – 1996 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame – 2005 UK Music Hall of Fame – 1946

Chris Broderick – guitarist – MegadethNevermore – 1970

Kiki Deeblue-eyed soul-pop singer – hits include – I Got The Music In Me – Don’t Go Breaking  My Heart (with Elton John) – 1947

Hugh Grundy – drummer – best known with – The Zombies – hits include – She’s Not There – Tell Her No – Time Of The Season – 1945

Mary Wilson – R&B singer – The Supremes – 1988 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame – 1944

Skip Ewingcountry singer/songwriter/musician – hits include – Burnin’ A Hole In My Heart – It’s You Again – 1964

Clara Henningsen – country singer songwriter – hits as a writer include The Band Perry’s  – You Lie  – All Your Life – 1990

Jerry Naylor – rock artist/broadcaster/speaker – became the lead singer of – The Crickets – following the death of Buddy Holly – 1939

Tony Klatka – trumpet/horns – best known with – Blood Sweat & Tears – 1946

Donald “Donny” York – vocalist – Sha Na Na – hits include – Get A Job – 1949

James Robert “Bob” Wills – “King of Western Swing” – western swing musician/songwriter/bandleader – 1968 Country Music Hall of Fame – 1999 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame – Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys – (1905-1975)

Stephen Bier (Madonna Wayne Gacy) – best known as former keyboardist for – Marilyn Manson – 1964

Suzanne Crough – actress/tambourine – TV’s singing/band group – The Partridge Family – (1963-2015)

Dorothy Ann “Dolly” Collinsfolk musician/arranger/composer – piano/portative organ – 1933

 

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