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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – September 15th

Jerry Dixon – bassist/songwriter – an original member of – Warrant – 1967

Zach Filkins – multi-instrumentalist – best known as guitarist for – OneRepublic – 1978

Kelly Keagy – drummer/singer – Night Ranger – 1952

Ivette Sosa – pop singer – Eden’s Crush – 1976

Mitch Dorge – drummer-multi-instrumentalist/producer – Crash Test Dummies – 1960

Ben Wallers – guitarist/songwriter/singer/frontman – Country Teasers – 1971

Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein – rock guitarist/bassist – best know for work with – The Misfits – 1964

Dr. Know (Gary Miller) – guitarist/bassist – Bad Brains – 1958

Maggie Reilly – pop/folk singer – 1956

Pat Barrett – lead singer-tenor for the quartet – The Crew Cuts – 1953

Julian E “Cannonball” Adderley – jazz – bop alto saxophonist – (9/15/1928 – 8/8/1975)

Ram Ramirez – jazz pianist/composer – co-writer of – Lover Man (Oh Where Can You Be) – (9/15/1913 – 1/11/1994)

Silas Hogan – Louisiana swamp-blues singer/guitarist – Rhythm Ramblers – (9/15/1911 – 1/9/1994)

Lee Dorman – bassist – Iron ButterflyCaptain Beyond – (9/15/1942 – 12/21/2012)

Roy Acuffcountry/gospel singer/songwriter/fiddler – known as “The King of Country Music” – was synonymous with the Grand Ole Opry – regular appearances on Hee Haw – 1962 became the 1st living inductee into the Country Music Hall of Fame – (9/15/1903- 11/23/1992)

Sylvia Moy soul songwriter/producer – while associated with Motown Records, became the first woman at the label to write and produce for acts on the label – best known for collaborations with and for Stevie Wonder – 2006 Songwriters Hall of Fame – (9/15/1938 – 4/15/2017)

DJ Kay Gee (Keir Gist) – hip hop – Naughty By Nature – 1969

 

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