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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – September 14th

Amy Winehouse – multi-award winning soul/R&B/jazz singer/songwriter – guitar/drums – (9/14/1983 – 7/23/2011)

Jon “Bowser” Bauman – singer/actor/game show host – Sha Na Na – 1947

Morton Harket – singer/songwriter/musician – frontman for – A-ha – 1959

John Berrycountry singer/songwriter – best known for 90’s hit – Your Love Amazes Me – 1959

Ed King – guitarist/bassist/songwriter – Lynyrd SkynyrdStrawberry Alarm Clock – 1949

Alex Clare – rock singer/songwriter/musician – 1985

Mike Cooley – singer/songwriter/guitarist – Drive-By Truckerssolo artist – 1966

Danielle Peck country singer/songwriter – songs include – I Don’t – Findin’ A Good Man – 1978

Jeff Loomis – musician/songwriter – best known as a guitarist for – NevermoreArch Enemy – 1971

Ashley Roberts – pop singer/songwriter/dancer/choreographer – 1981

Craig Montoya – songwriter/musician – EverclearCastellaTri-Polar – 1970

Steve Berlin – saxophonist/keyboardist/producer – 1955

Paolo Gregoletto – bassist/songwriter – Trivium – 1985

John Power – singer/songwriter/musician – The La’s – 1967

Charlie Winston – pop singer – 1978

Simon Collins – singer/drummer – rock group – Sound of Contact – 1976

Don Walser – western swing – country singer/songwriter – best known for his yodeling – (9/14/1934 – 9/20/2006)

Paul Kossoff – blues-rock guitarist/songwriter/producer – best know as a member of – Free – (9/14/1950 – 3/19/1976)

Barry Cowsill – singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist – The Cowsills – (9/14/1954 – 8/29/2005)

Fred “Sonic” Smith – rock guitarist/songwriter – MC5 – (9/14/1949 – 11/4/1994)

Steve Gaines – southern rock guitarist/singer – Lynyrd Skynyrd – (9/14/1949 – 10/20/1977)

 

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