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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – October 16th

John MayerGrammy winning pop-rock singer/songwriter/guitar/producer – 1977

Bob Weir – rock singer/songwriter/guitar – groups include – The Grateful Dead – The Dead – Kingfish – Dead & Company – 1947

Flea – bass/actor – best known with – Red Hot Chili Peppers – 2012 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame – 1962

C.F. Turner – rock singer/songwriter/bass/rhythm guitar – Bachman Turner OverdriveBrave BeltBachman and Turner – 1943

Gary Kemp – new wave singer/songwriter/musician – Spandau Ballet – 1959

Wendy Wilson – pop singer/TV personality – best known with trio – Wilson Phillips – 1969

Jason Everman – guitar/bass/drums – associated acts include – NirvanaSoundgarden – 1967

Tony Carey – singer/songwriter/musician/producer/composer – associated acts include – RainbowPlanet P Project – 1953

Chad Gray – metal singer/songwriter/musicain – MudvayneHellyeah – 1971

John & Edward Grimes – pop singers – identical twins – Jedward – 1991

Roy Hargrovemulti-Grammy winning jazz trumpeter – 1969

Bob Mould – alt-rock singer/songwriter/musician – Husker Du – Sugar – 1960

Dave Lovelady – drummer/singer – The FourmostKingsize Taylor & The Dominoes – 1942

Emile Fordrock-pop singer/guitarEmile Ford & The Checkmates – 1937

Nico – alt-rock singer/songwriter/musician/model/actress – best known with – The Velvet Undergroundsolo artist – (10/16/1938 – 7/18/1988)

Cordell “Boogie” Mosson – bass – Parliament-Funkadelic – (10/16/1952 – 4/18/2013)

 

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