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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – November 28th

Bruce Channelsinger/songwriter – best known for 1962 hit – Hey Baby – 1940

Matt Cameron – drummer/vocals/songwriter – associated acts include – Pearl JamSoundgarden – 1962

Randy Newmanmultiple award winning singer/songwriter/arranger/musician – 2002 Songwriters Hall of Fame – 2013 inductee Rock & Roll Hall of Fame – 1943

Beeb Birtles – singer/songwriter/guitarist – associated acts include – The Little River Band – Birtles Shorrock Gobles – 1948

Kristine (Oliver) Arnold – country-rockabilly singer – performed with sister Janis Gill as – Sweethearts Of The Rodeo – 1955

Paul Shaffermulti-instrumentalist/singer/author/comedian/actor – 1949

Apl.de.Ap – rapper/singer – Black Eyed Peas – 1974

David Van Day – pop-rock singer – DollarGuys ‘n’ DollsBucks Fizz – 1956

Clem Curtis – singer – best known as the lead vocalist of the British 60’s soul group – The Foundations – hits include – Baby Now That I’ve Found You – Build Me Up Buttercup – (11/28/1940 – 3/27/2017)

Gary Troxel – pop-doo-wop singer – The Fleetwoods – hits include – Mr. Blue – Come Softly To Me – 2006 Vocal Group Hall of Fame and Doo-Wop Hall of Fame of America – 1939

R.B. Greavespop singer – best known for 1969 hit – Take A Letter Maria – (11/28/1943 – 9/27/2012)

RSS Things You Didn’t Know…

  • Things you didn't know
    Peter Frampton's 1976 US #1 album 'Frampton Comes Alive' was pressed in 'automatic sequence', with sides one and four on one record, followed by sides two and three on the other - to make it easier to listen through the whole album in sequence on automatic record changers.

RSS Breakin’ The Law…

  • I fought the law
    In 1967, folk singer Joan Baez was sentenced to 45 days in prison for talking part in a anti- war demo.

RSS Classic Rock Beat

RSS They Said It…

  • Quote of the Day
    "I'll give The Rolling Stones about another two years. I'm saving for the future, I bank all my song royalties for a start." Mick Jagger, 1964.
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