Sunday, June 6, 2010

 

This Week's Birthdays (June 6 - 12)

Happy Birthday this week to:

Jun 06
1936 ● Levi Stubbs (Stubbles) → The Four Tops
1939 ● Gary "U.S." Bonds (Gary Levone Anderson) → "Quarter To Three" (1961)
1942 ● Howard Kane (Kirschenbaum) → Jay & The Americans
1944 ● Edgar Froese → Tangerine Dream, solo
1944 ● Peter AlbinBig Brother & The Holding Co.
1959 ● Robert "Bobby Bluebell" Hodgens → The Bluebells
1960 ● Steve Vai → Guitarist, Frank Zappa band, Whitesnake, solo
1961 ● Tomas Enrique "Tom" Araya → Slayer
1965 ● David White → Brother Beyond
1970 ● James "Munky" Shaffer → Korn
1974 ● Uncle Kracker (Matthew Shafer) → Kid Rock DJ

Jun 07
1940 ● Tom Jones (Woodward) → "It's Not Unusual" (1965)
1944 ● Clarence WhiteByrds, Kentucky Colonels
1955 ● Joey Scarbury → "Theme From The Greatest American Hero (Believe It Or Not)" (1981)
1957 ● Patrick Joseph "Paddy" McAloon → Prefab Sprout
1958 ● Prince (Rogers Nelson) → "When Doves Cry" (1984)
1964 ● John "Ecstasy" Fletcher → Whodini, "Five Minutes Of Funk" (1984)
1966 ● Eric Kretz → Stone Temple Pilots
1967 ● Dave Navarro → Jane's Addiction, Red Hot Chili Peppers
1974 ● Terry "T-Low" Brown → Next, "Too Close" (1998)

Jun 08
1936 ● James Darren (James William Ercolani) → "Goodbye Cruel World" (1962)
1940 ● Nancy Sinatra → "These Boots Were Made for Walking" (1966)
1940 ● Sherman Garnes → The Teenagers, "Why Do Fools Fall In Love" (1956)
1942 ● Chuck Negron → Three Dog Night
1944 ● William Royce "Boz" ScaggsSteve Miller Band, solo, "Lido Shuffle" (1976)
1947 ● Julie Driscoll → Brit pop diva, Brian Auger & The Trinity, solo
1947 ● Mick Box → Uriah Heep
1951 ● Bonnie Tyler (Gaynor Hopkins) → "Total Eclipse of the Heart" (1983)
1953 ● Jeff Rich → Climax Blues Band, Status Quo
1960 ● Michael James "Mick" Hucknall → Simply Red, solo
1962 ● Nick Rhodes (Bates) → Duran Duran
1965 ● Rob Pilatus → Milli Vanilli
1966 ● Doris Pearson → 5 Star
1967 ● Neil Mitchell → Wet Wet Wet, "Love Is All Around" (1994)
1970 ● Nichole "Nicci" Gilbert → Brownstone, solo
1977 ● Kanye West → Producer, rapper, "Jesus Walks" (2004)
1981 ● Alex Band → The Calling, "Wherever You Will Go" (2001)

Jun 09
1891 ● Cole Porter → "I Get A Kick Out Of You" (1934)
1915 ● Les Paul (Lester William Polsfuss) → Singer, songwriter, guitar inventor
1929 ● Johnny Ace (John Alexander) → "Pledging My Love" (1955)
1934 ● Jack Leroy "Jackie" Wilson → "Lonely Teardrops" (1958)
1941 ● Billy Hatton → The Fourmost
1941 ● Jon LordDeep Purple, Whitesnake
1946 ● John "Mitch" MitchellJimi Hendrix Experience
1949 ● George Bunnell → Strawberry Alarm Clock
1950 ● Trevor Bolder → Uriah Heep, Wishbone Ash
1953 ● Errol Kennedy → Imagination, "Just An Illusion" (1982)
1962 ● Eddie Lundon → China Crisis, "Wishful Thinking" (1984)
1967 ● Dean Dinning → Toad The Wet Sprocket
1967 ● Dean Felber → Hootie & The Blowfish
1970 ● Ed Simons → The Chemical Brothers

Jun 10
1910 ● Howlin' Wolf (Chester Arthur Burnett) → "Smokestack Lightning" (1956)
1922 ● Judy Garland (Frances Ethel Gumm) → "(Somewhere) Over The Rainbow" (1939)
1941 ● Shirley Alston → The Shirelles
1942 ● Janet Vogel → Skyliners, "Since I Don't Have You" (1958)
1944 ● Rick Price → The Move, ELO, Wizzard
1961 ● Mark Shaw (Mark Robert Tiplady) → Then Jericho, "The Motive" (1987)
1961 ● Maxi Priest (Max Alfred Elliott) → Brit reggae star, The "King of Lovers Rock"
1964 ● Jimmy Chamberlain → Smashing Pumpkins
1965 ● Joey Santiago → The Pixies, The Martinis
1967 ● Human Beat Box (Darren Robinson) → Fat Boys
1969 ● Dan Lavery → Tonic
1971 ● Joel "JoJo" Hailey → K-Ci & JoJo
1973 ● Faith Evans → R&B pop, "I'll Be Missing You" (1997)
1973 ● LeMisha Grinsted → 702, American Music Awards "Best New Soul/R&B Artist" (2000)

Jun 11
1934 ● James "Pookie" Hudson → The Spaniels, "Goodnight, Sweetheart, Goodnight" (1954)
1940 ● Joey Dee (Joseph DiNicola) → "The Peppermint Twist" (1961)
1946 ● John Lawton → Lucifer's Friend, Uriah Heep, solo
1947 ● Glenn LeonardThe Temptations
1947 ● Richard Palmer-James → King Crimson, Supertramp
1948 ● Skip Alan → The Pretty Things
1949 ● Frank BeardZZ Top
1951 ● Lynsey De Paul (Rubin) → Singer, songwriter, "Sugar Me" (1972)
1952 ● Donnie Van Zant → .38 Special, Van Zant
1961 ● Kim and Kelley Deal → The Breeders, The Pixies
1961 ● Rob B. (Robert Charles Birch) → Stereo MC's

Jun 12
1909 ● Archie Bleyer → Bandleader, producer, Cadence Records owner
1941 ● Roy Harper → Brit folk-rock, lead vocals on Pink Floyd's "Have A Cigar" (1975)
1942 ● Len Barry (Leonard Borisoff) → The Dovells, solo, "1-2-3" (1965)
1943 ● Reg Presley → The Troggs, "Wild Thing" (1966)
1948 ● Barry Bailey → Atlanta Rhythm Section
1951 ● Brad DelpBoston
1951 ● Bun E. Carlos (Brad Carlson) → Cheap Trick
1952 ● Jamieson "Junior" Brown → Country-rock guitarist, Asleep At The Wheel, solo
1952 ● Peter FarndonPretenders
1953 ● Rocky Burnette → Rockabilly, "Tired Of Toein' The Line" (1980), son of Johnny
1959 ● John Linnell → They Might Be Giants, solo
1960 ● Michael Hausman → Til Tuesday, "Voices Carry" (1985), artist manager
1962 ● Grandmaster Dee (Drew Carter) → Whodini, "Five Minutes Of Funk" (1984)
1968 ● Bobby Sheehan → Blues Traveler
1969 ● Bardi Martin → Candlebox, "Far Behind" (1994)
1977 ● Kenny Wayne Shepherd (Brobst) → Blues-rock guitarist, "Blue On Black" (1997)
1979 ● Robyn (Robin Miriam Carlsson) → Dance/pop, "Do You Know (What It Takes)" (1997)

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