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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – SEPTEMBER 3rd

Donald “Don” Brewer – drummer/co-lead singer/songwriter – Grand Funk Railroad – 1948

Alan Charles “Al” Jardine – guitarist/singer/songwriter – The Beach Boyssolo artist – 1988 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame – 1998 Vocal Group Hall of Fame – 2001 Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award – 1942

Perry Bamonte – guitarist/bassist – The Cure – Love Amongst Ruin – 1960

Steve Jones – singer/guitarist – punk rock group – The Sex Pistols – 1955

Eric Bell – guitarist/songwriter – founding member of – Thin Lizzy – 1947

George Biondo – bassist/songwriter/backing vocals – Steppenwolf – 1945

Doug Pinnick – bassist/singer/songwriter – Kings X – solo artist – 1950

Vaden “Danger” Todd Lewis – singer/guitarist – Toadies – 1965

Mike Harrison – vocals/keyboards – Spooky Tooth – The V.I.P.’s – Art – Hamburg Blues Band – 1945

Jennifer Paige – pop singer/songwriter – best known for hit – Crush – 1973

OMI – urban-pop singer/songwriter – 1986

Jonathan Segel – songwriter/composer/multi-instrumentalist – Camper Van Beethoven – Sparklehorse – Eugene Chadbourne – Dieselhed – 1963

Jason “Cone” McCaslin – punk rock bassist/songwriter/producer – Sum 41 – 1980

Tomo Milicevic – multi-instrumentalist – best known as guitarist for – 30 Seconds To Mars – 1979

Aaron “The A-Train” Smith – well known Nashville based drummer/percussionist – 1950

Cocoa Tea – reggae singer/songwriter – 1959

Jesse Quinn – multi-instrumentalist – best know as the bassist for pop-rock group – Keane – 1981

Valfar – metal musician/singer – Windir – (9/3/1978 – 1/14/2004)

Memphis Slim (John Len Chatman)blues singer/pianist/composer –  best known for – Everyday I Have The Blues – (9/3/1915 – 2/24/1988)

Tompall Glaser – outlaw country music singer – Tompall & The Glaser Brothers – hits include – Put Another Log On The Fire – Lovin’ Her Was Easier (Than Anything I’ll Ever Do Again) – Rings – (9/3/1933 – 8/12/2013)

Hank Thompson honky-tonk/western swing/country singer – Country Music Hall of Fame 1989 – best known for- The Wild Side Of Life – (9/3/1925 – 11/6/2007)

Freddie King blues guitarist/singer – best know for – Hideaway – Have You Ever Loved A Woman – (9/3/1934 – 12/28/1976)

 

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