Sunday, July 3, 2011

 

This Week's Birthdays (July 3 - 9)

Happy Birthday this week to:

Jul 03
1893 ● "Mississippi" John Hurt → Country-blues legend, guitarist, songwriter, died of a heart attack on 11/2/1966
1929 ● David Lynch → Vocals for R&B/doo wop The Platters, "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" (#1, 1958), died of cancer on 1/2/1981
1930 ● Tommy Tedesco → Top session guitarist, billed by Guitar Player magazine as the most recorded guitarist in history, worked on TV and film scores and recorded with The Association, The Beach Boys, Cher, Sam Cooke, The Everly Brothers, Ella Fitzgerald, The Monkees, Elvis Presley, Nancy and Frank Sinatra, Barbra Streisand, The Supremes, Frank Zappa and numerous others, died from lung cancer on 11/10/1997
1940 ● Fontella Bass → Gospel-rooted R&B/soul diva and pianist, "Rescue Me" (#4, R&B #1, 1965)
1940 ● Maureen Kennedy → Vocals for 60s all-girl Brit-pop ensemble The Vernon Girls, "Lover Please" (UK #16, 1962)
1943 ● Judith Durham → Vocals for folk-sunshine pop The New Seekers, "I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing" (#7, 1972), solo
1946 ● Victor Unitt → Guitarist with Brit blues then prog-rock Edgar Broughton Band, "Apache Dropout" (UK #33, 1970), Pretty Things
1947 ● Betty Buckley → Film (Carrie, 1976), TV (Eight Is Enough, 1977) and Broadway (Cats, 1983) actress, traditional pop and showtunes singer with 14 solo albums, plus cast recording of multiple Broadway shows
1948 ● Paul Barrere → Guitarist and songwriter for Southern-fried blues-boogie rock Little Feat, "Dixie Chicken" (1973) and "Hate To Lose Your Lovin'" (Mainstream Rock #1, 1988)
1949 ● John Verity → Guiatrist for hard/art rock Argent, "Hold Your Head Up" (#5, 1972), formed Phoenix and later Charlie, "It's Inevitable" (Mainstream Rock #13, 1983), solo, producer
1949 ● Johnnie Wilder → Vocals in multinational, sophisticated disco-funk Heatwave, "Boogie Nights" (#2, 1977)
1950 ● Damon Harris → Joined Motown R&B/soul legends The Temptations as tenor vocalist in 1971, "Papa Was A Rolling Stone" (#1, 1972), left in 1975 and formed disco Impact, "Give A Broken Heart A Break" (Disco #5, 1976), solo
1955 ● Mike Corby → Keyboards and guitars for mainstream pop-rock The Babys, "Isn't It Time" (#13, 1977), left in 1978
1955 ● Neil Clark → Guitar for Brit pop-rock Lloyd Cole & The Commotions, "Lost Weekend" (UK #17, 1985)
1957 ● Laura Branigan → Pop-rock singer-songwriter, "Gloria" (#2, 1982), actress, died of a brain aneurysm on 8/26/2004
1959 ● Stephen Pearcy → Lead vocalist for hard rock/glam and hair metal Ratt, "Round And Round" (#12, 1984)
1960 ● Vince Clarke (Vincent John Martin) → Keyboards, synthesizer and founding member of electro-dance/synth-pop Depeche Mode, "Just Can't Get Enough" (Dance/Club #26, 1982), left to form synth-pop duo Yaz (Yazoo in the UK), "Nobody's Diary" (Dance/Club #1, 1983), then co-founded synth-pop duo The Assembly, "Never Never" (UK #4, 1983), then synth-dance duo Erasure, "Chains Of Love" (#12, Dance/Club #4, 1988) plus over 20 other Dance/Club hits
1968 ● Martyn Walsh → Bassist for Brit psych-alt rock Inspiral Carpets, "Two Worlds Collide" (Modern Rock #8, 1992)
1969 ● Butterfly (Ishmael Butler) → Vocals and producer for hip hop rap-jazz fusion trio Digable Planets, "Reachin' (A New Refutation Of Time And Space)" (#15, R&B #5, 1993)
1969 ● Kevin Hearn → Keyboards, accordion and guitar for Canadian alt-rock Barenaked Ladies, "One Week" (#1, 1998)
1975 ● Javier Weyler → Drummer for Welsh alt rock/trad rock Stereophonics, "Have A Nice Day" (Modern Rock #26, UK #5, 2001), replacing Richard Cable who departed in 2003
1976 ● Shane Lynch → Vocals for Irish teen-pop boy band Boyzone, "No Matter What" (Adult Contemporary #12, 1999)

Jul 04
1826 ● Stephen Foster → The "Father of American Music," enduring 19th century popular music composer whose works are at the core of the American Songbook, his hundreds of titles include lasting standards such as "Oh, Susanna" (1849), "Camptown Races" (1850) and "Beautiful Dreamer" (1864)
1911 ● Mitch Miller → Classical musician, then pop bandleader, arranger, singer, "The Yellow Rose Of Texas" (#1, 1955), head of A&R (artists and repertory) for Columbia Records pop division, TV show host
1934 ● Gilbert Lopez → Vocals in R&B/doo wop The Tune Weavers, "Happy, Happy Birthday Baby" (#5, 1957)
1938 ● Bill Withers → Three-time Grammy-winning R&B/soul singer, songwriter and guitarist, "Lean On Me" (#1, 1972) and "Just The Two Of Us" (#2, 1981)
1940 ● Dave Rowberry → Keyboards for British Invasion hard/blues-rock The Animals, "House Of The Rising Sun" (#1, 1964), died from a bleeding ulcer on 6/6/2003
1943 ● Alan "Blind Owl" Wilson → Guitar, harmonica and vocals for blues-rock/boogie-rock Canned Heat, "Going Up The Country" (#11, 1968)
1943 ● Annette Beard Sterling Helton → Original member and vocalist for Motown R&B/pop girl group Martha & The Vandellas, "(Love Is Like A) Heat Wave" (#4, 1963), left the group in 1964 for her family
1947 ● Jacques Moralli → French producer and songwriter, produced over 65 albums, formed and managed gay disco troupe Village People, "YMCA" (#2, 1979), died of AIDS on 11/15/1991
1948 ● Jeremy Spencer → Early member and slide guitarist for blues-rock Fleetwood Mac, "Albatross" (UK #1, 1969), left the band abruptly during a 1971 tour to join the Children of God religious sect
1950 ● David 'Kid' Jensen → Canadian-born, Danish descent radio DJ and TV personality, first for Radio Luxembourg in the late 60s and the BBC Radio 1 beginning in 1976, later Capital FM and other London stations
1951 ● Ralph Johnson → Drummer for R&B/soul-dance-pop Earth, Wind & Fire, "Shining Star" (#1, 1975)
1955 ● John Waite → Singer, songwriter and bassist for mainstream pop-rock The Babys, "Everytime I Think Of You" (#13, 1979), then arena rock Bad English, "When I See You Smile" (#1, 1989), then pop-rock balladeer solo, "Missing You" (#1, 1984)
1958 ● Kirk Pengilly → Guitar and vocals for Aussie New Wave dance-groove-pop INXS, "Need You Tonight" (#1, 1987)
1963 ● Matt Malley → Bassist for alt-rock Counting Crows, "Mr. Jones" (Modern Rock #2, 1994)
1970 ● Andy McClure → Drummer for Britpop Sleeper, "Sale Of The Century" (UK #10, 1996)
1971 ● Andrew Creeggan → Piano for Canadian alt-rock Barenaked Ladies, "One Week" (#1, 1998)
1972 ● William Goldsmith → Drummer for post-grunge alt rock Foo Fighters, "Learn To Fly" (Modern Rock #1, 1999) quit the band in 1997
1978 ● Stephen McNally → Vocals and guitar for short-lived teen pop-rock trio BBMak, "Back Here" (#13, 2000)

Jul 05
1920 ● Smiley Lewis (Overton Amos Lemons) → New Orleans R&B guitarist, songwriter and booming-voiced singer, "I Hear You Knocking" (R&B #2, 1955), wrote "One Night" covered by Elvis Presley (#4, 1958), died from stomach cancer on 10/7/1966
1930 ● Mitch Jayne → Bluegrass radio DJ, then founding member, bassist and lyricist for influential, progressive bluegrass and country-rock pioneers The Dillards, "It's About Time" (#92, 1971)
1941 ● Terry Cashman (Dennis Minoque) → The "Balladeer of Baseball," one-time minor league player turned singer/songwriter with doo wop The Chevrons, "Lullabye" (1960) and pop duo Cashman & West, "American City Suite" (#27, 1972), co-produced several of Jim Croce's hits, then solo and best known for his minor hit "Talkin' Baseball" (1981), which he has since recorded with custom lyrics for nearly every Major League Baseball franchise
1943 ● Robbie Robertson → Guitar, vocals and chief songwriter for seminal roots rock The Band, "Up On Cripple Creek" (#25, 1970), solo, "Showdown At Big Sky" (Mainstream Rock #2, 1987)
1945 ● Dick Scoppettone → Vocals for folk and sunshine-pop Harper's Bizarre, "Feelin' Groovy" (#13, 1967)
1950 ● Andy Ellison → Guitar, vocals and frontman for Brit pop art/mod rock John's Children, "Desdemona" (1967), the band occasionally recognized as a punk and glam-rock precursor
1950 ● Huey Lewis (Hugh Anthony Craig III) → Leader and lead vocalist for pop-rock bar band Huey Lewis & The News, "The Power Of Love" (#1, 1985)
1950 ● Michael Monarch → Guitarist for Canadian-American hard rock, proto-metal Steppenwolf, "Born To Be Wild" (#2, 1968)
1959 ● Marc Cohn → Folk-rock singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, "Walking In Memphis" (#13, 1991), Grammy winner for Best New Artist of 1991
1969 ● Aled Richards → Drummer for Welsh indie-alt-rock Catatonia, "Mulder And Scully" (UK#3, 1998)
1973 ● Bengt Fredrik Lagerberg → Drummer for Swedish pop-rock The Cardigans, "Lovefool" (#1, 1996)
1973 ● Joe (Joseph Lewis Thomas) → Gospel-based R&B/smooth soul singer, "Stutter" (#1, 2001), producer
1973 ● Roisin Murphy → Irish singer with dance/funk trip hop duo Moloko "Sing It Back" (Dance/Club #1, 1999), now solo, "Movie Star" (Dance #8, 2008)
1979 ● Shane Filan → Vocals for Irish pop boy band Westlife, "Swear It Again" (#20, 2000) and 17 UK Top 10 hits
1980 ● Jason Wade → Guitar and vocals for post-grunge pop-rock Lifehouse, "Hanging On A Moment" (Billboard Song of the Year 2001) and "You And Me" (#5, 2005)
1985 ● Nick O'Malley → Bassist for Brit teen alt/indie rock Arctic Monkeys, "I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor" (Modern Rock #7, 2005)
1986 ● Adam Young → Keyboards, vocals and founder/frontman for electronic emo-pop one man band Owl City, "Fireflies" (#1, 2009)

Jul 06
1911 ● LaVerne Sophia Andrews → Hugely popular pre-60s all-girl sibling pop vocal trio The Andrews Sisters, "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy" (#6, 1941), died on 5/8/1967
1925 ● Bill Haley → Early rock 'n' roll guitarist, singer, songwriter and bandleader (Bill Haley & The Comets) whose "(We're Gonna) Rock Around The Clock" (#1, 1955) was the first rock 'n' roll song to reach #1 on the pop chart thus is considered the birth of the rock 'n' roll era, died from alcoholism and a brain tumor on 2/9/1981
1931 ● Della Reese (Delloreese Patricia Early) → Gospel, jazz, blues and pop singer, "Don't You Know?" (#2, 1959), TV game show panelist, talk-show host and ordained minister
1937 ● Gene Chandler (Eugene Dixon) → R&B/doo wop and soul-pop singer with The Dukays, whose "Duke Of Earl" (#1, 1962) was credited to him as a solo artist, then solo, "Get Down" (R&B #3, 1979)
1939 ● Terence "Jet" Harris → Bassist for instrumental pop-rock The Shadows, "Apache" (Worldwide #1, 1960), then pop-rock duo with Tony Meehan, "Diamonds" (UK #1, 1963), died 3/18/2011 from throat cancer
1945 ● Rik Elswit → Guitarist for AM pop-rock Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show, "Sylvia's Mother" (#5, 1972) plus nine other Top 40 hits
1949 ● Michael Shrieve → Drummer for latin-rock Santana, "Black Magic Woman" (#4, 1970) known for his "electrifying" drum solo on "Soul Sacrifice" at Woodstock, left in 1974 for solo career and fusion supergroup Go plus sessionwork
1949 ● Phylis Hyman → Silky voiced R&B/quiet storm ballad and light dance singer, "Can't We Fall In Love Again" (R&B #9, 1981), committed suicide via a drug overdose hours before a scheduled performance at New York's Apollo Theater on 6/30/1995
1952 ● David Smith → Singer for Brit Northern soul/funk The Real Thing, "You To Me Are Everything" (UK #1, 1976)
1952 ● Graham Oliver → Guitarist for early and influential New Wave of Britsh Heavy Metal (NWOBHM) band Saxon, "Power And The Glory" (#32, 1983), solo
1953 ● Nanci Griffith → Grammy-winning country-folk ("folkabilly") singer, songwriter and guitarist, "Lone Star State Of Mind" (Country #36, 1987)
1959 ● John Keeble → Drummer for New Romantic pop-rock Spandau Ballet, "True" (#4, 1983)
1961 ● Robert Heaton → Drummer and songwriter for post-punk /alt rock New Model Army, "No Rest" (UK #28, 1985), died from pancreatic cancer on 11/4/2004
1963 ● Tim Bricheno → Guitarist for goth-rock All About Eve, "Martha's Harbour" (UK #10, 1988), goth-metal The Sisters of Mercy, "Temple Of Love" (UK #3, 1992), later XC-NN and The Mission
1965 ● Eddie Campbell → Keyboards for Scottish blues-rock Texas, "In My Heart" (Alt Rock #14, 1991)
1969 ● Michael Grant → Vocals for ska/reggae band Musical Youth, "Pass The Dutchie" (#10, 1982)
1975 ● 50 Cent (Curtis J. Jackson III) → Controversial rapper, survived 2000 murder attempt to release "In Da Club" (#1, 2003) and 12 other Top 40 hits, Grammy-winning song "Crack A Bottle" with Eminem and others in 2009
1979 ● Nicholas John "Nic" Cester → Guitarist, lead vocals and songwriter for Aussie hard rock/garage punk Jet, "Cold Hard Bitch" (Mainstream Rock #1, 2004)
1984 ● Wanite "D. Woods" Woodgett → Singer for MTV Making the Band program winner and pre-fab, all-girl dance-pop quintet Danity Kane, "Show Stopper" (#8, 2006)
1987 ● Kate Nash → Brit indie pop singer, songwriter and pianist, "Foundations" (UK #2, 2007)

Jul 07
1924 ● Mary Ford (Iris Colleen Summers) → Singing partner and spouse of guitar legend of Les Paul, with whom she had multiple Top 10 duet hits, including "Vaya Con Dios" (#1, 1953), divorced in 1964 and died from cancer on 9/30/1977
1932 ● Josef Erich "Joe" Zawinul → Jazz and fusion keyboardist and composer, early with Cannonball Adderly and Miles Davis bands, co-founded Weather Report, "Birdland" (1976), solo, died from a rare skin cancer on 9/11/2007
1933 ● J. J. Barrie → One hit wonder Canadian singer/songwriter, "No Charge" (UK #1, 1976)
1940 ● Ringo Starr (Richard Starkey) → Drummer and occasional lead vocals for pop-rock The Beatles, replaced Pete Best in 1962, Rolling Stone magazine #5 best drummer of all-time, led his eponymous All-Star Band, solo albums, voice-over for children's TV (Thomas The Tank Engine)
1941 ● Jim Rodford → Bassist for Brit pop-rock The Swinging Blue Jeans, "Hippy Hippy Shake" (#21, 1964), helped form The Zombies and co-founded hard/art rock Argent, "Hold Your Head Up" (#5, 1972), joined The Kinks in 1978 and stayed with them until their final dissolution in 1996, plays with The Kast Off Kinks
1944 ● Warren Entner → Guitar, vocals and songwriter for AM Top 40 pop-rockers The Grass Roots "Midnight Confessions" (#5, 1968), managed Quiet Riot, Faith No More and Rage Against The Machine
1947 ● David "Scar" Hodo → Construction worker character for campy, suggestive gay pop-rock vocal man band The Village People, "Y.M.C.A." (#2, 1978)
1947 ● Rob Townsend → Drummer for blues/art rock Family, "In My Own Time" (UK #4, 1971), later Medicine Head, Blues Band and session work
1948 ● Larry "El Rhino" Rheinhardt → Guitarist for psych rock Iron Butterfly, "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida" (#30, 1970), later hard rock Captain Beyond
1961 ● Clive "The Doctor" Jackson → Former London-based DJ and pancake-makeup frontman for psych rock Doctor And The Medics, covered Norman Greenbaum's "Spirit In The Sky" (#69, UK #1, 1986)
1962 ● Mark White → Bassist for alt blues-rock jam band Spin Doctors, "Two Princes" (#7, 1993)
1963 ● Vonda Shepherd → Alt folk-pop singer/songwriter and TV actress on the 90s TV show Ally McBeal, featured prominently with live performances on the program, including "Searchin' My Soul" (Adult Top 40 #10, 1998)
1966 ● Rick Kinchen → Bassist for new jack swing R&B/soul-pop sextet Mint Condition, "What Kind Of Man Would I Be?" (#17, 1996)
1988 ● Ilan Rubin → Drummer for Welsh alt hard rock Lostprophets, "Last Train Home" (Mainstream Rock #10, 2004)

Jul 08
1908 ● Louis Jordan → Premier jazz and early R&B saxophonist, bandleader and songwriter, the "King of the Jukebox" and the "Father of Rhythm and Blues," had an influential run of 18 R&B #1 and nine cross-over-to-pop Top 10 hits between 1949 and '59, including "G.I. Jive" (#1, R&B #1, 1944), died from a heart attack on 2/4/1975
1914 ● Billy Eckstine → Swing bandleader and smooth baritone balladeer, formed the first be bop band in 1944, eventually featuring such future jazz luminaries as Dizzy Gillespie, Miles Davis, Charlie Parker and others, duet with Sarah Vaughan, "Passing Strangers" (#82, 1957), died 3/8/1993
1935 ● Steve Lawrence (Sidney Liebowitz) → Solo and with wife and singing partner Eydie Gormé in the pop/easy listening/adult contemporary duo Steve And Eydie, "Go Away Little Girl" (#1, 1963), Broadway, TV and film actor
1944 ● Johnny Lee ("Jaimoe Johanson") Johnson → Session and tour drummer with Otis Redding and Sam & Dave, then founding member, drums and percussion for Southern rock The Allman Brothers Band, "Ramblin' Man" (#12, 1973)
1945 ● Ricky Wolf → Vocals for one hit wonder psychedelic pop The Flower Pot Men, "Let's Go To San Francisco" (UK #4, 1967)
1956 ● Russell Christian → Saxophone and vocals for blue-eyed soul sibling trio The Christians, "When Fingers Point" (Dance/Club #29, 1988)
1961 ● Andy Fletcher → Bass, synthesizer, co-founder, constant member and business manager of electro-dance/synth-pop Depeche Mode, "Enjoy The Silence" (#8, 1990)
1961 ● Graham Jones → Guitar and vocals for New Wave funk-pop Haircut 100, "Love Plus One" (#37, 1982)
1961 ● Toby Keith (Covel) → Neo-traditionalist country singer/songwriter, post-9/11 politically charged "Courtesy Of The Red, White And Blue (The Angry American)" (#25, Country #1, 2002) and 34 other Country Top 10 hits
1962 ● Joan Osborne → Roots and contemporary rock singer/songwriter and solo artist, "One Of Us" (#4, 1995), toured with Dixie Chicks, Grateful Dead and Motown house band The Funk Brothers and appeared in the film Standing In The Shawdows Of Motown
1970 ● Beck Hansen (Bek David Campbell) → Multi-instrumentalist singer and crossover songwriter fusing rock, hip hop, blues and soul, "Loser" (#10, 1994) and later "Where It's At" (#64, 1996) from the critically-acclaimed and Grammy-winning album Odelay
1971 ● Neil Mavers → Drums for Brit jangle pop The La's, "There She Goes" (#49, UK #13, 1991)
1985 ● Jamie Cook → Guitar and vocals for Brit teen alt/indie rock Arctic Monkeys, "I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor" (Modern Rock #7, 2005)

Jul 09
1925 ● Alan Dale (Aldo Sigismondi) → Immensely popular traditional pop and light rock 'n' roll singer in the 50s, "Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White" (#14, 1955), hosted his own TV and radio shows, died on 4/20/2002
1927 ● Ed Ames (Urick) → Vocals for sibling quartet Ames Brothers, "Rag Mop" (#1, 1950), starred in The Ames Brothers Show on TV, then as "Mingo" in the Daniel Boone TV series, then solo singer career, "My Cup Runneth Over" (#8, 1967)
1929 ● Lee Hazelwood → Country-pop singer, songwriter and producer, collaborated with rockabilly guitarist Duane Eddy on a number of hits, including "Rebel Rouser" (#6, 1958), wrote and produced the Nancy Sinatra hit,"These Boots Are Made for Walkin'" (#1, 1966), died of renal cancer on 8/4/2007
1940 ● John Salvato → Vocals for Italian-American doo wop The Duprees, "You Belong To Me" (#7, 1962)
1941 ● Donald McPherson → Founding member and lead singer for R&B/soul The Main Ingredient, "I'm So Proud" (#49, R&B #13, 1971), died of leukemia on 7/4/1971 before the band's breakout hit, "Everybody Plays The Fool" (#3, 1972)
1946 ● Joe Micelli → Drums and percussion for blue-eyed soul one hit wonder John Fred & His Playboy Band, "Judy In Disguise (With Glasses)" (#1, 1968)
1946 ● Ronald Belford "Bon" Scott → Scotland-born original frontman and lead vocals for Aussie power chord hard rock AC/DC, "Highway To Hell" (#47, 1979), drank himself to death on 2/19/1980
1950 ● Gwen Guthrie → R&B/soul singer and songwriter, solo artist, "Ain't Nothin' Goin' On But The Rent" (#42, Dance/Club #1, 1986), backing vocals for Aretha Franklin, Billy Joel, Madonna, Stevie Wonder and others, died of uterine cancer on 2/3/1999
1952 ● Carlos Peron → Founding member and multi-instrumentalist for Swiss electronic dance-pop Yello, "Oh Yeah" (#51, 1987), then solo
1953 ● Kate Garner → Vocals for quirky Brit New Wave synth-pop Haysi Fantayzee, "John Wayne Is Big Leggy" (UK #11, 1982)
1954 ● Debbie Sledge → Lead vocals for family R&B/disco girl-group Sister Sledge, "We Are Family" (#2, 1979)
1959 ● Jim Kerr → Vocals for Scottish New Wave pop-rock Simple Minds, "(Don't You) Forget About Me" ($1, 1985)
1959 ● Marc Almond → Vocals for New Wave synth-pop duo Soft Cell, "Tainted Love" (#8, 1982), formed euro-disco Marc & The Mambas in 1983 and solo since 1984
1964 ● Courtney Love (Harrison) → Guitar and vocals for post-punk Babes In Toyland, formed and fronted grunge rock Hole in 1989, "Celebrity Skin" (Mainstream Rock #4, 1998), solo, married Kurt Cobain from Nirvana on 2/24/1992, film actress in Sid And Nancy (1986) and The People Vs. Larry Flynt (1999)
1965 ● Frankie Bello → Bassist for speed/thrash metal Anthrax, "Only" (Mainstream #26, 1993)
1965 ● Tom Hingley → Vocals for Brit psych-alt rock Inspiral Carpets, "Two Worlds Collide" (Modern Rock #8, 1992)
1967 ● Dickon Hinchcliffe → Guitar and violin for Brit folk-pop-soul Tindersticks, "Bathtime" (UK #38, 1997)
1967 ● Owen Paul → Guitar for Welsh indie-alt-rock Catatonia, "Mulder And Scully" (UK#3, 1998)
1971 ● Kelvin Grant → Vocals for ska/reggae band Musical Youth, "Pass The Dutchie" (#10, 1982)
1975 ● Isaac Brock → Singer, guitarist and lyricist for indie rock Modest Mouse, "Float On" (Top 40 #32, 2004) and the album We Were Dead Before The Ship Even Sank (#1, 2007)
1975 ● Jack White (John Anthony Gillis) → With wife Meg White, guitar and vocals in garage rock revival duo The White Stripes, 2007 Grammy-winning song "Icky Thump" (#26, 2007), side projects with power pop The Raconteurs and indie rock Dead Weather, produced country legend Loretta Lynn's comeback album Van Lear Rose (2004)
1976 ● Dan Estrin → Guitarist for post-grunge indie pop-rock Hoobastank, "The Reason" (#2, 2004)
1986 ● Kiely Alexis Williams → Vocals in R&B/dance-teen-pop 3LW (aka 3 Little Women), "No More (Baby I'ma Do Right)" (#23, 2001)

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