Sunday, June 13, 2010

 

This Week's Birthdays (June 13 - 19)

Happy Birthday this week to:

Jun 13
1940 ● Bobby Freeman → "Do You Want to Dance" (1958)
1942 ● James Carr → R&B/soul, "Dark End Of The Street" (1967)
1949 ● Dennis Locorriere → Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show
1951 ● Howard LeeseHeart
1954 ● Jorge Santana → Malo
1954 ● Robert "Bo" Donaldson → "Billy Don't Be a Hero" (1974)
1957 ● Rolf Brendel → Nena, "99 Luftballons" (1984)
1963 ● Paul DeLisle → Smash Mouth
1968 ● David Gray → "Babylon" (2000)
1968 ● Deneice Pearson → 5 Star
1969 ● Soren Rasted → Aqua, solo, producer, actor
1970 ● Rivers Cuomo → Weezer
1985 ● Raz-B (De'Mario Monte Thornton) → B2K

Jun 14
1909 ● Burl Ives → Folk singer, actor, writer, radio personality
1936 ● Renaldo "Obie" Benson → The Four Tops, co-wrote "What's Goin' On" (1971)
1943 ● Mervyn "Muff" Winwood → Spencer Davis Group, producer, record executive
1945 ● Rod ArgentZombies, Argent
1947 ● Barry Melton → Country Joe & the Fish, Dinosaurs
1949 ● Alan WhiteYes, Plastic Ono Band
1949 ● Jim Lea → Slade, songwriter, producer
1958 ● Nick Van Ede → Cutting Crew, "(I Just) Died In Your Arms" (1986)
1961 ● Boy George (George O'Dowd) → Culture Club, solo
1963 ● Chris DeGarmo → Queensryche
1969 ● MC Ren (Lorenzo Patterson) → N.W.A., solo
1971 ● Billie Myers → "Kiss The Rain" (1998)

Jun 15
1929 ● Nigel Pickering → Spanky And Our Gang
1937 ● Waylon Jennings Buddy Holly band, The Highwaymen, "outlaw" country star
1941 ● Harry Nilsson → "Everybody's Talkin'" (1969)
1943 ● Johnny Halliday → French pop singer
1946 ● Artemios "Demis" Roussos → Aphrodite's Child, solo
1946 ● Neville "Noddy" Holder → Slade
1949 ● Michael "Sam" Lutz → Brownsville Station
1949 ● Russell Hitchcock → Air Supply
1950 ● James Smith → The Stylistics, "You Make Me Feel Brand New" (1974)
1951 ● Steve WalshKansas, Streets
1954 ● Teresa Fay "Terri" Gibbs → Country-pop-gospel, "Somebody's Knockin'" (1980)
1956 ● Bernie Shaw → Uriah Heep
1958 ● Neil Arthur → Blancmange
1963 ● Scott Rockenfield → Queensryche
1966 ● Michael Britt → Lonestar
1966 ● Rob Mitchell → Sixpence None The Richer
1969 ● Ice Cube (O'Shea Jackson) → N.W.A., solo
1976 ● Dryden Mitchell → Alien Ant Farm
1981 ● Billy Martin → Good Charlotte

Jun 16
1939 ● Billy "Crash" Craddock → 50s teen-pop then country-pop, "Rub It In" (1974)
1941 ● Lamont DozierMotown songwriter (Holland-Dozier-Holland)
1942 ● Edward Levert → The O'Jays, "Love Train" (1973)
1942 ● John Rastill → The Shadows
1945 ● Ivan Lins → Jazz-pop, Latin vocalist
1946 ● Ian Matthews (Ian Matthew McDonald) → Fairport Convention, Southern Comfort, solo
1949 ● Emil "Peppy Castro" Thielheim → Blues Magoos, "(We Ain't Got) Nothin' Yet" (1967)
1952 ● Gino Vannelli → "People Gotta Move" (1974)
1953 ● Ian Mosley → Marillion
1958 ● Patrick Waite → Musical Youth
1987 ● Diana DeGarmo → American Idol runner-up, Broadway actress

Jun 17
1940 ● Chuck Rainey → Jazz bassist
1942 ● Norman Kuhlke → Swinging Blue Jeans
1943 ● Barry Manilow (Barry Alan Pincus) → "I Write The Songs" (1976)
1944 ● Chris Spedding → Solo, sessions, Greedy Bastards
1947 ● Gregg RolieSantana, Journey
1947 ● Paul Young → Sad Café, Mike + The Mechanics
1954 ● Garrick "Garry" Roberts → Boomtown Rats
1969 ● Kevin Thornton → Color Me Badd

Jun 18
1942 ● Carl Radle → Derek & The Dominos, Eric Clapton band, sessions
1942 ● Paul McCartneyBeatles, Wings, solo
1952 ● Ricky Gazda → Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes
1961 ● Alison Moyet → Love Resurrection
1963 ● Darren Arthur "Dizzy" Reed → Guns N' Roses
1969 ● Sice (Simon Rowbottom) → Boo Radleys
1971 ● Nathan Morris → Boyz II Men
1975 ● Silkk The Shocker (Vyshonne Miller) → Tru, solo

Jun 19
1936 ● Shirley Goodman → Shirley & Lee (50s), Shirley & Co. pre-disco hit "Shame Shame Shame" (1974)
1936 ● Tommy De Vito → The Four Seasons
1939 ● Al Wilson → "Show and Tell" (1973)
1942 ● Elaine "Spanky" McFarlane → Spanky and Our Gang
1948 ● Nick Drake → UK folk-rock guitarist, singer/songwriter
1950 ● Ann WilsonHeart
1953 ● Larry Dunn (Lawrence Dunhill) → Earth, Wind & Fire
1959 ● Mark "Marty" DeBarge → DeBarge
1960 ● Dennis Fuller → London Boys
1962 ● Paula Abdul → Dance-pop diva, producer, TV star
1964 ● Brian Vander Ark → The Verve Pipe, "The Freshmen" (1997)
1970 ● Brian "Head" Welch → Korn, solo

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