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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – November 20th

Joe Walsh multi-award winning guitarist/singer/songwriter The Eagles – The James Gang – solo artist – 1998 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame – 2001 Vocal Group Hall of Fame – 1947

Dierks Bentleycountry singer/songwriter/guitar – hits include – Drunk On A Plane – What Was I Thinkin’ – 1975

Josh Turnercountry singer – hits include – Why Don’t We Just Dance – Would You Go With Me – 1977

Roger Murrah – country songwriter/publisher – has penned hits for – AlabamaThe Oak Ridge BoysAlan Jackson – and many more – 1946

James “Jim” Brown – drummer – UB40 – 1957

Micheal Diamond – aka Mike D – Beastie Boys – 1965

Michael Clifford – guitar/vocals – 5 Seconds Of Summer – 1995

Frank Marino – guitar/songwriter – Mahogany Rush – 1954

Danny Powers – guitar/vocals – The Michael Stanley Band – 1956

Ray Stiles – bass/vocals – The HolliesMud – 1946

George Grantham – drums/vocals – Poco – 1947

Danny McBride – singer/songwriter/guitar – Sha Na Na – (11/20/1945 – 7/23/2009)

Kevin Gilbert – singer/songwriter/musician/multi-instrumentalist/composer – Giraffe – Toy Matinee – (11/20/1966 – 5/18/1996)

J. Blackfoot (John Colbert) – R&B-soul singer – The Soul Children – hits include – Taxi – (11/20/1946 – 11/30/2011)

Duane Allman – southern rock-blues guitarist/slide guitarist/songwriter – session player – co-founder and leader of – The Allman Brothers Band – (11/20/1946 -10/29/1971)

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    Only four UK female singers have ever topped the US singles chart. Petula Clark was the first to score a US No.1 single in 1965 with Downtown, Sheena Easton's Morning Train followed in 1981. Kim Wilde was the third with her 1987 cover version of the Supremes hit You Keep Me Hangin' and X Factor […]

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    In 1980, Whispers singer Leaveil Degree was given a two-year prison term for his part in a gem heist.

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  • Quote of the Day
    "I could be a housewife. I guess I've vacuumed a couple of times" - Deborah Harry
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