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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – MAY 27th

Don Williamsmulti-award winning country singer/songwriter/musician – 2010 Country Music Hall of Fame – hits include – Living On Tulsa Time – Lord I Hope This Day Is Good – I Believe In You – Good Ole Boys Like Me – It Must Be Love – (5/27/1939 – 9/8/2017)

Neil Finn – multi award winning singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist – Crowded House – hits include – Don’t Dream It’s Over – Something So Strong – associated acts – Split EnzFinn Brothers – 1958

Eddie Harsch – keyboards/bass – The Black Crowes – Bulldog – Detroit Cobras – 1957

Sean Kinney – drums/percussion/piano – Alice In Chains – 1966

Pete Sears – bassist – associated acts include – Jefferson Starship – Starship – David Nelson BandMoonalice – 1948

Siouxsie Sioux – singer/songwriter/frontwoman – Siouxsie & The Banshees – 1957

Jace Everettcountry singer/songwriter/musician – songs include 2005’s – That’s The Kind Of Love I’m In – Bad Things – the theme song from HBO’s – True Blood – 1972

Peter Knight – folk/rock musician – Steeleye Span – 1947

Jerry Mercer – drummer – best known with – April WineMashmakhan – 1939

Bruce Cockburnfolk/rock guitarist/singer/songwriter – 1945

Kenny Pricecountry singer/songwriter/actor – nicknamed “Round Mound of Sound” – hits include – Walking On New Grass – Happy Tracks – was a regular on TV”s Hee Haw – (3/27/1931- 8/4/1987)

 

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