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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – September 24th

Gerry Marsden – singer/songwriter/musician – Gerry & The Pacemakers – Ferry Cross The Mersey – Don’t Let The Sun Catch You Crying – 1942

Daisy Clementine – guitarist – The Atomics – 1995

Marty Cintron – pop musician – No Mercy – 1971

Lane Brody country singer/songwriter – best known for – The Yellow Rose – Over You – 1955

Peter Salisbury – drummer – The Verve – 1971

Shawn “Clown” Crahan – metal singer/producer/songwriter/musician – Slipknot – 1969

Sean McNabb – bassist/singer – associated acts include – Great WhiteQuiet RiotRough CuttHouse of Lords – 1965

Cedric Dent – R&B – pop singer – Take 6 – 1962

Jerry Donahue – guitarist/producer – Fotheringay – The Hellecasters – Fairport Convention – 1946

Carson Van Osten – bassist – Woody’s Truck Stop – Nazz – 1946

Phyllis “Jiggs” Allbut Meister – pop singer – The Angels – hits include – My Boyfriends Back – 1942

Barbara “Bibs” Allbut – pop singer – The Angels – hits include – My Boyfriends Back – 1940

Linda Eastman McCartney – musician/photographer – wife of Paul McCartney – (9/24/1941 – 4/17/1998)

Mark Sandman – alt-rock singer/songwriter/bassist – Morphine – Treat Her Right – High-n-Dry – (9/24/1952 – 7/3/1999)

Fats Navarro – jazz trumpet – known as a pioneer of bebop – jazz improvisation in the 40’s – (9/24/1923 – 7/6/1950)

Blind Lemon Jeffersonblues guitarist/singer – known as the father of Texas blues – (9/24/1893 – 12/19/1929)

 

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