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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – November 25th

Amy GrantChristian/pop singer-songwriter – 1960

Rodney Sheppard – guitar – Sugar Ray – 1967

Kasey Smith – keyboardist – best known with – Danger Danger – 1960

Mark Morton – guitarist – Lamb of God – 1972

Jocelyn BrownR&B singer/songwriter/piano/producer – 1950

Mark Lanegan – alt-rock singer/songwriter/guitarist – associated acts include – Queens of the Stone AgeScreaming Trees – solo artist – 1964

Tim “Lint” Armstrong – punk-ska – guitarist/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist/producer – associated acts include – RancidTransplantsOperation Ivy – 1965

Thea Gilmoresinger/songwriter/guitar – 1979

Stacy LattisawR&B-dance-gospel singer – 1966

Travis Stever – guitar/lap steel/banjo/mandolin/dobro/vocals – Coheed and Cambria – 1978

Gary Coveyou – flute/saxophone/backing vocals – Bo Donaldson and The Heywoods – 1958

Val Fuentes – drummer – progressive rock-psychedelic-folk group – It’s A Beautiful Day – 1947

Bob Lindfolk singer/songwriter/guitar – songs include – Elusive Butterfly – 1942

Victoria Hart jazz-pop singer – 1988

Steven Lee Olsoncountry singer/songwriter – songs include – Now – Make Hay While The Sun Shines – 1985

Steve Rothery – guitarist/songwriter – Marillion – 1959

Holly Colejazz singer – 1963

Willie Smith – saxophonist – associated acts include – Nat King Cole – (11/25/1910 – 3/7/1967)

Bill Morrisseyfolk singer/songwriter – (11/25/1951 – 7/23/2011)

Percy SledgeR&B/soul singer – hits include – When A Man Loves A Woman – Take Time To Know Her – winner of multiple awards including – the Rhythm & Blues Career Achievement Award – 2005 inductee in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame – 2007 Louisiana Music Hall of Fame – (11/25/1940 – 4/15/2015)

Etta Jonesjazz singer – songs include – Save Your Love For Me – Don’t Go To Strangers – (11/25/1928 – 10/16/2001)

Paul Desmond – jazz saxophonist – best known with – Dave Brubeck Quartet – and for composing the groups biggest hit – Take Five – (11/25/1924 – 5/30/1977)

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