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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – September 20th

Matthew and Gunnar Nelson – twin sons of country-rock singer/songwriter/musician Rick Nelson – singers/songwriters/ musicians – rock group – Nelson – 1967

Ben Shepherd – played bass for Soundgarden – Black Hole Sun – Rusty Cage – 1968

Nuno Bettencourt – lead guitarist for – Extreme – More Than Words – Hole Hearted – 1966

Phillip Phillips – singer/songwriter – winner of American Idol season 11 – 1990

Rick Woolstenhulme Jr. – drummer – alt-rock band – Lifehouse – 1979

Chuck Panozzo – bassist/vocals – Styx – 1948

Peter White – jazz guitarist/accordion/piano – 1954

Jeff Jones – bassist/songwriter/vocals – Red Rider – Ocean – 1953

Alannah Currie – pop-rock singer/songwriter/musician – The Thompson Twins – 1959

Joel Kosche – guitarist/vocals – Collective Soulsolo artist – 1969

Jack Lawless – drummer – The Jonas Brothers – Ocean Grove – 1987

Joshua Moore – guitarist – We Came As Romans – 1989

Tim Rogers – singer/songwriter/musician – You Am I – solo artist – 1968

Grant Landis – alt-pop singer/songwriter/guitarist – 1999

Patrick Pentland – guitar/bass/keyboards/drums/vocals – best known with  Canadian group – Sloan – 1969

Randy Bradbury – bassist – best known with punk rock group – Pennywise – 1964

John Panozzo – drummer – Styx – (9/20/1948 – 7/16/1996)

Bobby Nunn – R&B singer – The Coasters – The Robins – (9/20/1925 – 11/5/1986)

Eric Gale – jazz –funk – session guitarist – (9/20/1938 – 5/25/1994)

Harvey James – guitarist – Mississippi – Ariel – Sherbet – The Party Boys – (9/20/1952 – 1/15/2011)

 

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