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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – November 21st

Kelsi Osborn – country singer – part of the sister trio – SHeDAISY – 1974

Dr. John (Malcolm John Rebennack) – multi-award winning New Orleans singer/songwriter/piano/keyboards – 2011 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame – songs include – Such A Night – Right Place, Wrong Time – 1940

Peter Koppes – guitar/vocals – founding member of – The Church – 2011 ARIA Hall of Fame – songs include – Under The Milky Way – Metropolis -1954

Lissie (Elisabeth Corrin Maurus) – country-folk-rock singer/songwriter/guitar – 1982

Brian Ritchie – bass/multi-instrumentalist – best known with – Violent Femmes – 1960

Lonnie Jordan – singer/songwriter/multiple instruments – War – 1948

Chris Bourne – bass/vocals – Hollywood Ending – 1992

Margret “Magga” Ornolfsdottir – keyboards – The Sugarcubes – 1967

Alex James – bass/songwriter/actor/model- associated acts include – BlurWigWamBad Lieutenant – 1968

Tim Very – drummer – best known with indie rock group – Manchester Orchestra – 1982

Bjorkeccentric Icelandic singer/songwriter/musician/actress – 1956

Levi Jones – bass/vocals – The Tide – 1997

Thomas Mars – alt-rock singer/guitar/keyboards/drums – Phoenix – 1976

Carly Rae Jepsenpop singer/songwriter/actress – best known for song – Call Me Maybe – 1985

Steven Curtis Chapmancontemporary christian singer/songwriter/musician/producer/author/actor/activist – 1962

Rachael Sagepop-folk-rock singer/songwriter/producer/piano/keyboards/organ/guitar/visual artist – 1985

Cory Elder – bass – Memphis May Fire – 1988

Jean Shepardcountry- honky-tonk singer/songwriter – 1955 became a member of the Grand Ole Opry – 2011 Country Music Hall of Fame – (11/21/1933 – 11/25/2016)

Samuel “Buck” Ram – songwriter/producer/arranger – associated acts include – The DriftersThe Coasters Ike & Tina TurnerElla Fitzgerald – (11/21/1907 – 1/1/1991)

Andrew Love – saxophone – best known with – The Memphis Horns – associated acts include – Sam & DaveOtis Redding – (11/21/1941 – 4/12/2012)

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