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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – September 25th

Burleigh Drummond – drummer/singer/songwriter/producer – founding member of – Ambrosia – associated acts include – Tin Drum – 1951

Jules Gary Alexander – sunshine pop-rock musician/singer – The Association – hits include – Windy – Cherish – Along Comes Mary – 1943

Owen “Onnie” McIntyre – singer/guitarist – Average White Band – 1945

Greg Bates – country singer/songwriter – hits include – Did It For The Girl – 1987

Diana Ortiz – pop singer – all girl group – Dream – 1985

Zucchero – pop-blues-rock singer/musician – 1955

Steven Severin – songwriter/musician – best known as bassist and co-founding member of – Siouxsie & The Banshees – 1955

Dean Ween – guitarist – formerly part of the alt-rock group – Ween – 1970

Shane Tutmarc – alt-country – rock – singer/songwriter/producer – 1981

Richard Harvey – multi-instrumentalist/composer – progressive rock group – Gryphon – 1953

Daniel Kessler – guitarist/backing vocals – Interpol – 1974

John Fiddler – singer/guitarist – British Lions – 1947

Ian Tyson – country-rock singer/songwriter – best known for – Four Strong Winds – Someday Soon -1933

John Locke – keyboardist – SpiritNazareth – (9/25/1943 – 8/4/2006)

Erik Darling – songwriter/folk music artist – associated acts include – The Tarriers – The Weavers – (9/25/1933 – 8/3/2008)

John Taylor – jazz piano/organ/synthesizer – (9/25/1942 – 7/17/2015)

Roosevelt “Booba” Barnes – Delta blues guitarist/singer – (9/25/1936 – 4/2/1996)

Will Smith – rapper – actor – 1968

T.I. – rapper/producer – 1980

 

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