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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – MAY 24th

Bob Dylancelebrated singer/songwriter/musician – hits include – Like A Rolling Stone – Blowin’ In The Wind – Lay Lady Lay – The Times They Are A Changin’ – 1941

Rosanne Cashcountry singer/songwriter – daughter of Johnny Cash – hits include – Seven Year Ache – 1955

Rich Robinson – blues-rock guitarist/songwriter – The Black Crowessolo artist – hits include – Hard To Handle – She Talks To Angels – Jealous Again – 1966

Patti LaBelle – multi-award winning R&B/disco – singer/songwriter – hits include – Lady Marmalade – 194

Albert Bouchard – drummer/guitarist/singer/songwriter – founding member of – Blue Oyster Cult – hits include – (Don’t Fear) The Reaper – Burnin’ For You – 1947

Mike Reidcountry singer/songwriter – hits include – Walk On Faith – 1947

Steve Upton – drummer – best known with – Wishbone Ash – 1946

Tony Valentino – guitarist – The Standells – best known for the 1966 hit – Dirty Water – 1941

Billy Gilmanpop/country singer – hits include – One Voice – 1988

Dave Moody – country musician/singer/songwriter – The Moody Brothers – session player – 1962

John Illsley – bassist – Dire Straits – 1949

Rob Baker – drummer – best known with – Red Rider – 1951

Larry Blackmon – R&B-funk singer/frontman – Cameo – hits include – Word Up – 1956

Derek Quinn – best known as the guitarist for – Freddie & The Dreamers – 1942

 

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