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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – September 18th

Tae Dye – country singer/songwriter/musician – half of duo – Maddie & Tae – hits include – Girl In A Country Song – Fly – 1995

Kerry Livgren – guitar/keyboards/composer/backing vocals – founding member of – Kansassolo artist – associated acts include – ADProto-Kaw – 1949

Frankie Avalonsinger/actor – Venus – Beach Party – Beach Blanket Bingo – 1940

Joanne Catherall – singer – The Human League – 1962

Alan “Bam” King – guitar/vocals – was an original member of – The Action – 1946

Jimmie Rodgerspop/adult contemporary singer – best known for – Honeycomb – 1933

Charles Hedger – vocals/musician – best known as guitarist for – Cradle of Filth – 1980

Michael Franks – jazz singer/songwriter/musician – 1944

Ian “Spike” Spice – drummer – Breathe – (1966-2000)

Louis Myers – blues guitarist/harmonica – The Aces – (1929-1994)

Michael “Big Mike” Hossack – drummer – The Doobie Brothers – (1946-2012)

Dee Dee Ramone (Douglas Glenn Colvin) – musician/songwriter – best known as bassist and a founding member of – The Ramones – (1951-2002)

Ricky Bell – R&B singer – New Edition – Bell Biv Devoe – 1967

Cappadonna (Darryl Hill) – rapper – 1968

Xzibit – rapper – 1974

 

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