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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – MAY 4th

Randy Travis – multi-award winning country singer /songwriter/musician – hits include – On The Other Hand – Forever And Ever, Amen –  2016 Country Music Hall of Fame – 1959

Anders Osborneblues-rock singer/guitarist – 1966

Mike Dirnt – bassist/vocals – founding member of Green Day – 1972

Mick Mars – guitarist – best known with – Motley Crue – 1951

Dick Dale guitarist – “King of the Surf Guitar” – pioneer of the surf music style – 1937

Dallon Weekes – bassist/backing vocals – Panic! At The Disco – 1981

Raelynncountry singer/songwriter – hits include – God Made Girls – Love Triangle – 1994

Tyrone Davisblues-soul singer – hits include – Turn Back The Hands Of Time – Can I Change My Mind – Turning Point – (5/4/1938 – 2/9/2005)

Jackie Jackson – pop singer/songwriter/musician – The Jacksons – 1951

Georg “Jojje” Wadenius – guitarist/bassist/singer/composer – best known with Blood, Sweat & Tears – 1945

Robert Ellis Orrallcountry singer/songwriter/producer/musician – hits include – Boom! It Was Over – A Little Bit Of Her Love – 1955

Lance Bass – pop singer/actor/dancer/producer – N’Sync – 1979

Stella Partoncountry singer/songwriter – younger sister of country star – Dolly Parton – 1949

Nick Ashford – R&B-soul singer/songwriter – best known with wife Valerie Simpson – Ashford & Simpson – hits include – Ain’t No Mountain High Enough – You’re All I Need To Get By – (5/40/1941 – 8/22/2011)

Ronnie Bond – drummer/vocals – best known with – The Troggssolo artist – hits include – Wild Thing – With A Girl Like You – Love Is All Around – Written On Your Body – (5/4/1940 – 11/13/1992)

 

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