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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – SEPTEMBER 10th

Anthony Joseph “Joe” Perry – guitarist/songwriter/vocals – Aerosmith solo artist – 1950

Matthew Followill – guitar/backing vocals – Kings Of Leon – 1984

Danny Hutton – singer – Three Dog Night – 1942

Miles Zuniga – vocals/guitar – Fastball – 1966

Siobhan Fahey – musician/producer/singer/songwriter – Bananarama – 1958

Jose Feliciano – guitarist/singer/composer – 1945

Johnny Finger (John Peter Moylett) – pianist – founding member of – The Boomtown Rats – 1956

Pat Mastelotto – drummer – Mr. Mister – King Crimson – 1955

David Charles Lowery – singer/songwriter/guitarist – Cracker – 1960

John Arthur “Johnny” Hickman – lead guitarist – co-founder of – Cracker – 1956

Ashley Monroe – country singer/songwriter – solo artist – part of the group – Pistol Annies – 1986

Paula Kelley – singer/songwriter/instrumentalist – 1970

Bill Stevenson – drummer/songwriter – The Descendents – 1963

Mikey Way – bassist – My Chemical Romance – 1980

Josh Balz – keyboardist – metalcore band – Motionless In White – 1989

Robin Goodridge – drummer – Bush – 1966

David Titlow – part of the pop duo – Blue Mercedes – 1957

Carol Ann Decker – singer/songwriter/frontwoman for the group – T’Pau – best known for hit – Heart & Soul – 1957

Pete Tolson – rock guitarist – 1951

Don Powell – drummer – Slade – 1946

Barrie “Barriemore” Barlow – drummer – Jethro Tull – 1949

Roy Ayers – funk/soul/jazz composer/musician/songwriter – 1940

Artie Tripp – percussionist – Frank Zappa and the Mothers of InventionCaptain Beefheart and the Magic Band – 1944

Roy James Brown – New Orleans soul/R&B singer/songwriter/musician – heavy influence on the early development of Rock & Roll – best known for hit – Good Rocking Tonight – (9/10/1925- 5/25/1981)

 

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