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Musical Birthday Notes – March 9th

Jimmy Fadden – drummer/singer/harmonica – The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band – hits include – Mr. Bojangles – Fishin’ In The Dark – 1948

Robin Trower – rock/blues guitarist – Procol Harumsolo – 1945

Mickey Gilleypianist/country singer – Ferriday LA native – cousin of Jerry Lee Lewis and reverend Jimmy Swaggart – hits include – Room Full Of Roses – Stand By Me – Don’t The Girls All Get Prettier At Closing Time – 1936

Mark Lindsay – lead singer/musician – Paul Revere & The Raiders – hits include – Indian Reservation – Kicks – 1942

Jeffrey Osborne – funk-R&B singer/songwriter/drummer – L.T.D. – solo artist – 1948

Robert Sledge – singer/bass/Moog synth – Ben Folds Five – 1968

Shannon Leto – drummer – 30 Seconds To Mars – 1970

Martin Fry – lead singer/songwriter/musician/producer – ABC – 1958

John Cale – singer/songwriter/composer/producer/musician – best known with – Velvet Underground – 1942

Johnny Kelly – drummer – best known with – Type O Negative – also associated with Danzig – A Pale Horse Named Death – Kill Devil Hill – 1968

Brendan Canty – musician/producer/composer/film-maker – best known as the drummer for – Fugazi – 1966

 

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