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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – SEPTEMBER 7th

Buddy Holly singer/songwriter/musician – Rock & Roll pioneer – hits include – Peggy Sue – That’ll Be The Day – True Love Ways – (9/7/1936 – 2/3/1959)

Chrissie Hynde – singer/songwriter/musician – rock-new wave band – The Pretenders – 1951

Benmont Tench – keyboardist – a founding member of – Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers – 1953

John Bradley “Brad” Houser – bass guitarist/saxophonist/clarinetist – Edie Brickell & New Bohemians – 1960

Gloria Gaynordisco/R&B singer/actress – best known for hit – I Will Survive – 1949

Chad Sexton – drummer – rock band – 311 (three-eleven) – 1970

Alfa Anderson – disco/funk/soul singer – formerly of – Chic – hits include – Le Freak – Everybody Dance – 1946

Diane Warrenmultiple award winning songwriter – 2001 inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame – 1956

Ben Bossi – saxophonist – Romeo Void – 1953

Kenneth Nixon – singer/songwriter – founding member of rock group – Framing Hanley -1985

James Euringer “Little Jimmy Urine” – singer/musician – Mindless Self Indulgence – 1969

Latimore (Benjamin Latimore)R&B/blues singer/songwriter/musician – best known for – Lets Straighten It Out – 1939

Sonny Rollinsjazz/hard bop – saxophonist – 1930

Al Caiola – jazz guitarist/studio musician/stage performer – has worked with dozens of stars including – ElvisSinatraBuddy HollyTony Bennett – 1920

Ruth Alice “Ronnie” Gilbert – folk singer/songwriter/actress/activist – The Weavers – (9/7/1926 – 6/6/2015)

LeRoi Moore – saxophonist/songwriter – founding member of – The Dave Matthews Band – (9/7/1961 – 8/19/2008)

Jermaine StewartR&B/soul/funk singer – best know for hit – We Don’t Have To Take Our Clothes Off – (1957-1997)

Chris Acland – drummer – Lush – (9/7/1966 – 10/17/1996)

 

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