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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – October 19th

Patrick Simmons – singer/songwriter/musician – The Doobie Brothers – hits include – China Grove – Listen To The Music – Long Train Runnin’ – Black Water – Minute By Minute – Takin’ It To The Streets – 1948

Jeannie C. Rileycountry singer – best known for the 1968 crossover hit – Harper Valley P.T.A. – written by Tom T. Hall – 1945

Pete Loeffler – singer/guitar – Chevelle – 1976

Jennifer HollidayR&B – soul singer/actress – 1960

Dan Woodgate – songwriter/composer/producer/drummer – MadnessVoice of the Beehive – 1960

SinittaR&B-pop singer/TV personality – 1968

Nino DeFranco – vocals/guitar – pop group – The DeFranco Family – 1955

Karl Wallinger – musician/songwriter/producer – World Party – The Waterboys – 1957

Keith Reid – lyricist/songwriter – Procol Harum – 1946

Wilbert Hart – R&B-soul singer – The DelfonicsThe Four Gents – hits include – La-La (Means I Love You) – Didn’t I (Blow Your Mind This Time) – Ready or Not Here I Come – 1947

George McCrae soul-disco singer – best known for hit – Rock Your Baby – 1944

Dave Guard – folk-pop singer/songwriter/musician – founding member of – The Kingston Trio The Whiskeyhill Singerssolo artist – (10/19/1934 – 3/22/1991)

Peter Toshreggae singer/songwriter/musician – (10/19/1944 – 9/11/1987)

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