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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – October 11th

Daryl Hall – blue-eyed soul singer/songwriter/musician/producer – Hall & Oatessolo artist – hits include – Sara Smile – Rich Girl – She’s Gone – Kiss Is On My List – 2004 Songwriters Hall of Fame – 1946

Paulette Carlson – country singer/songwriter – Highway 101 – solo artist –  hits include Cry, Cry, Cry – The Bed You Made For Me – Whiskey, If You Were A Woman– 1953

Gene Watsoncountry singer – hits include – Love In The Hot Afternoon – Farewell Party – Fourteen Carat Mind – 1943

Blair Cunningham – drummer – Echo & The BunnymenHaircut 100 – 1957

Jon Moss – drummer – Culture Club – The Nips – London – The Damned – Adam & The Ants – 1957

Petra Haden – violin/singer – The Decemberists – Tito & Tarantula – That Dog – many other credits – 1971

Gary Mallaber – drummer/singer/keyboards/composer – The Steve Miller BandThe Greg Kihn Band – 1946

Mike Smith – guitar/vocals – Snot – Limp Bizkit – TheStart – Evolver – 1973

Al Atkins – singer – best known for his time with – Judas Priest – 1947

Andrew Woolfolk – musician – Earth Wind & Fire – 1950

Wesley Magoogan – vocals/guitar – The English Beat – 1951

Gabe Saporta – singer – Cobra Starship – Midtown – 1979

Todd Snider – Americana – alt-country – folk singer/songwriter – 1966

Dottie West (Dorothy Marsh) – Grammy winning country singer/songwriter – hits include – Country Sunshine – A Lesson In Leavin’ – (10/11/1932 – 9/4/1991)

 

 

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