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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – November 2nd

Jay Black (David Blatt) – singer – known as “The Voice” – Jay & The Americans – hits include – This Magic Moment – Come A Little Bit Closer – Cara Mia – 1938

k.d. langalternative country singer – 1961

J. D. Southersinger/songwriter/musician/actor – 1945

Carter Beauford – drummer – founding member of – Dave Matthews Band – 1957

Bobby Dall – bassist – Poison – 1963

Reginald Arvizu – bassist/guitarist/vocals – KornStillWell – 1969

Dave Pegg – multi-instrumentalist/producer – best known as bass player for – Jethro Tull – 1947

Maxine NightingaleBritish R&B singer – best known for 70’s hit – Right Back Where We Started From – 1952

John Hampson – guitar/vocals – Nine Days – 1971

Chris Walla – guitar/vocals/piano/bass – Death Cab For Cutie – 1975

Rich Gooch – bass – Quarterflash – 1948

Earl “Speedo” Carroll – doo-wop vocalist – The CoastersThe Cadillacs – (11/2/1937 – 11/25/2012)

Charlie Walkercountry singer/songwriter/musician – became a member of the Grand Ole Opry in 1967 – best known for – Only You, Only You – (11/2/1926 – 9/12/2008)

Phil Woodsjazz saxophone/composer – (11/2/1931 – 9/29/2015)

Nellyrapper – 1974

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