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MUSICAL BIRTHDAY NOTES – SEPTEMBER 9th

Hunter Hayes country singer/songwriter/musician – native of Breaux Bridge, LA – 1991

Otis Redding R&B/soul – singer/songwriter/musician – best known for – These Arms Of Mine – (Sittin’ On) The Dock Of The Bay – (9/9/1941 – 12/10/1967)

John McFee – singer/songwriter/mutli-instrumentalist – The Doobie BrothersSouthern PacificElvis Costello – 1950

Tom Wopat country singer/actor – best known from TV’s Dukes of Hazzard – 1951

David Allan “Dave” Stewart – singer/songwriter/musician/producer – The Eurythmics – 1952

Michael Buble big band/traditional pop – singer/songwriter/actor – 1975

Douglas Lloyd “Doug” Ingle Iron Butterfly – 1945

Freddy Weller country singer/songwriter – best known for – Games People Play – 1947

Pete Gavin – drummer – Bluesology – 1946

Dee Dee Sharp (Dione Larue) R&B/soul singer – 1945

Luther Simmons – part of the R&B/soul group – The Main Ingredient – best known for – Everybody Plays The Fool – 1942

Inez Foxx – part of the R&B soul duo with her older brother Charlie – Inez & Charlie Foxx – 1942

Joe Negroni – singer – founding member of – Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers – (9/9/1940 – 9/5/1978)

Elvin Ray Jones – jazz drummer – (9/9/1927 – 5/18/2004)

Jake Carey – R&B singer – part of the doo-wop group – The Flamingos – (9/9/1926 – 12/10/1997)

 

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