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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – MAY 15TH

Graham Goble – singer/songwriter/musician – founding member of – The Little River Band – hits include – Take It Easy On Me – Reminiscing – 1947

Phil Seymour – drummer/singer/guitarist/songwriter – The Dwight Twilley Bandsolo artist – hits include – I’m On Fire – (5/15/1952 – 8/17/1993)

Brian Eno – singer/writer/musician/composer/producer/visual artist –  Roxy Music -1948

Zack Brown – country singer/guitarist – A Thousand Horses – hits include – Smoke – (This Ain’t No) Drunk Dial – 1984

K.T. Oslincountry singer/songwriter – hits include – 80’s Ladies – Hey Bobby – I’ll Always Come Back – 1942

Nick Perri – guitarist/songwriter/producer – best known with – Shinedown – associated acts include – Mount HollySilvertidePerry FarrellMatt SorumChristina Perri – 1984

Zoltan Bathory – guitarist/songwriter – Five Finger Death Punch – 1978

Mike Oldfieldprogressive rock/composer/musician – best known for – Tubular Bells – 1953

Ashley Gearingcountry singer – songs include – Can You Hear Me When I Talk To You? – I Found It In You – 1991

Trini Lopezsinger/guitarist/actor – hits include – If I Had A Hammer – 1937

Eddy Arnoldcountry singer/songwriter/guitar/banjo/actor – hits include – What’s He Doing In My World – Cattle Call – Make The World Go Away – 1943 Grand Ole Opry – 1966 Country Music Hall of Fame – (5/15/1918 – 5/8/2008)

Devin Bronson – guitarist – associated acts include – Avril LavigneSebastian BachDavid Cook – 1983

Dennis “Fergie” Fredericksen – musician/singer/songwriter – associated acts include – TotoLeRouxSurvivorAngel – (5/15/1951 – 1/18/2014)

 

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