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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – September 26th

Olivia Newton-Johnmultiple Grammy winning country-pop singer/songwriter/actress – 1948

Carlene Carterrockabilly-country singer/songwriter – hits include – Every Little Thing – I Fell In Love – 1955

Doug Supernawcountry singer/songwriter – best known for – i Don’t Call Him Daddy – Reno – 1960

David Frizzell – country singer/songwriter – best known for 80’s hit – I’m Gonna Hire A Wino To Decorate Our Home – and several duets with Shelly West – 1941

Cesar Rosas – singer/songwriter/guitar – Los Lobos – 1954

Craig Chaquico – guitarist – Jefferson AirplaneJefferson StarshipStarship – 1954

Bryan Ferry – pop-glam rock – singer/songwriter/musician – Roxy Musicsolo artist – 1945

George Chambers – soul-funk-R&B bassist/vocalist – The Chambers Brothers – 1931

Rosie Munter – pop singer/songwriter/actress – Play – K.I.D.S.. – 1987

Lenna Kuurmaa – pop-rock singer/songwriter/guitarist/actress – Vanilla Ninja – Lenna -1985

Keisha Buchanan – pop-R&B singer/songwriter – The Sugarbabes – 1984

Christina Milian – pop-R&B singer/songwriter/actress – 1981

Marty Casey – singer/songwriter/guitar – Lovehammers – 1973

Shawn Stockman – R&B singer/songwriter/producer – Boyz II Men – 1972

Nicki French – dance-pop-Eurodance singer/actress – 1964

Tracey Thorn – pop-folk-alt-rock singer/songwriter – Everything But The Girl – Marine Girls – 1962

Cindy Herron – soul-dance-pop singer – founding member of – En Vogue – 1965

Stuart Tosh – touring drummer – acts include – 10cc – Roger Daltrey – The Alan Parsons Project – Pilot – 1951

Martin Delray – country singer/songwriter/musician – best known for re-make of Johnny Cash’s – Get Rhythm – 1949

Joe Bauer – drummer – The Youngbloods – 1941

Dick Heckstall-Smith – jazz-blues saxaphonist – (9/26/1934 – 12/17/2004)

Shannon Hoon – singer/musician – alt-rock group – Blind Melon – (9/26/1967 – 10/21/1995)

Lynn Anderson – multi-award winning country singer – known as “The Great Lady Of Country Music” – best known for hit (I Never Promised You A) Rose Garden – (9/26/1947 – 7/30/2015)

Marty Robbins (Martin Robinson) – country-western singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist/actor/NASCAR driver – Country Music Hall of Fame – Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame – hits include – A White Sport Coat – Devil Woman – El Paso – Don’t Worry – (9/26/1925 – 12/8/1982)

 

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