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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – November 22nd

Tina Weymouth – bassist – founding member of – Talking Heads – songs include – And She Was – Wild Wild Life – Burning Down The House – 1950

Steven Van Zandt – singer/songwriter/producer/actor – member of Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band – 1950

Jesse Colin Young – singer/songwriter/bass/guitar – The Youngbloods – 1941

Floyd Sneed – drummer – best known with – Three Dog Night – 1942

Lawrence Gowan – vocals/keyboards/piano/guitar/songwriter/magician – Styx – solo artist – 1956

Aston Barrett aka – “Family Man” or “Fam” – bass/guitar/keyboards/songwriter/producer – associated acts include – Bob Marley and The WailersThe Hippy BoysLee Perry & The Upsetters – 1946

Chris Fryar – drummer – Zac Brown Band – associated acts include – Gravy – Oteil and the Peacemakers – 1970

Corey Beaulieu – guitar/songwriter/vocals – metal group – Trivium – 1983

Rasa Don – drummer – Arrested Development – 1968

Rod Price – “The Magician of Slide” – “The Slide King of Rock & Roll” – lead guitar/slide guitar/songwriter – blues rock band – Foghat – (11/22/1947 – 3/22/2005)

Tony Palermo – drummer – Papa Roach – associated acts include – Pulley – Unwritten Law – Sixx:A.M. – 1969

Jamie Arentzen – guitarist – American Hi-Fi – Miley Cyrus – 1970

Emerson Barrett – drummer – Palaye Royale – 1996

Nick Pollock – guitarist/singer/songwriter – associated acts include – My Sister’s Machine – Alice N’ Chains – Tanks of Zen – Soulbender – The National Guard – 1967

Vinny Mauro – drummer – Motionless in White – 1993

Miranda Miller – guitar/keyboards/backing vocals – associated acts include – Hey VioletCherri Bomb – 1995

Terry Staffordsinger/songwriter – songs include – Suspicion – Amarillo By Morning – (11/22/1941 – 3/17/1996)

Sonny Geraci – pop singer – best known for the 1971 hit – Precious and Few – with the group Climax – associated acts include – The Grass RootsThe Outsiders – (11/22/1947 – 2/5/2017)

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