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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – November 23rd

Bruce Hornsbypianist/singer/songwriter – That’s Just The Way It Is – Mandolin Rain – Every Little Kiss – 1954

Ken Block – singer/songwriter/guitarist – Sister Hazel – hits include – All For You – Change Your Mind – 1966

Chris Adler – drummer – associated acts include – Lamb Of GodMegadeth – 1972

Adi Braun jazz-cabaret singer/composer – 1962

Miley Cyruspop singer/songwriter/actress – 1992

Christopher Amott – guitar/bass/keyboards/vocals – associated acts include – ArmageddonArch Enemy – 1977

Andrew Lee Schmidt – bassist – best known with – Honor Society – 1979

Charlie Grover – drummer – best known with the alt-rock group – Sponge – 1966

Kaitlyn Bakercountry singer/songwriter/guitar/mandolin – songs include – Coal Train – To Pieces – Burn – 1994

Alan Paul – Grammy winning singer/composer – The Manhattan Transfer – 1949

Rick Witter – pop singer/songwriter – best known as the frontman for – Shed Seven – 1972

Ray Drummond – jazz bassist – The Drummonds – 1946

Tommy Marth – saxophone – best known for his work with – The Killers – (11/23/1978 – 4/23/2012)

Betty EverettR&B-soul singer/pianist – best known for the 1964 hit – The Shoop Shoop Song (It’s In His Kiss) – (11/23/1939 – 8/19/2001)

R.L. Burnsideblues guitarist/singer/songwriter – 2014 Blues Hall of Fame in Memphis – (11/23/1926 – 9/1/2005)

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