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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – November 26th

Linda Daviscountry singer –hits include Some Things Are Meant To Be – duet with Reba on – Does He Love You – mother of Hillary Scott who is co-founder or Lady Antebellum – 1962

Joe Nicholscountry singer – hits include – Sunny and 75 – Yeah – Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off – 1976

Mike Gossin – country singer – founding member of – Gloriana – 1984

John McVie – bassist – 1998 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame as a member of Fleetwood Mac –  associated acts include – John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers – 1945

Tina Turner multi-award winning singer/songwriter/dancer/producer/actress/author – known as the “Queen of Rock and Roll” – 1991 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame -1939

Adam Gaynor – rhythm guitarist/backing vocals – best known with – Matchbox 20 – 1963

Jean Terrell – R&B-soul-pop singer – The Supremes (replaced Diana Ross in 1970) – Former Ladies of the Supremessolo artist – 1944

Bert Ruiter – bass/producer/composer – Focus – Earth Wind & Fire – 1946

Natasha Bedingfieldpop-R&B singer/songwriter/producer/piano/guitar – songs include – Unwritten – Soulmate – 1981

John Stirratt – bassist/songwriter/producer/multi-instrumentalist – WilcoThe Autumn Defense – 1967

Ronald “Ron” Jones – guitar/backing vocals – best known with – Flaming Lips – 1970

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