Sunday, January 12, 2014

 

This Week's Birthdays (January 12 - 18)

Happy Birthday this week to:

Jan 12
1904 ● "Mississippi" Fred McDowell → Original Delta blues bottle-neck guitarist, singer and songwriter, influenced Bonnie Raitt, The Rolling Stones ("You Gotta Move," 1971) and others, died from cancer on 7/3/1972
1905 ● Woodward Maurice "Tex" Ritter → Country Music Hall of Fame singing cowboy, "I Dreamed Of Hill-Billy Heaven" (#20, Country #5, 1961) plus fifteen other Country Top 15 hits, actor in more than 30 Western movies, father of actor John Ritter, died on 1/2/1974 following a heart attack
1928 ● Ruth Brown (Ruth Alston Weston) → R&B/soul singer, Atlantic Records' (the "House That Ruth Built") top-selling 1950s artist, "Teardrops In My Eyes" (R&B #1, 1950), died 11/17/2006 following a stroke and heart attack
1930 ● Glenn Yarbrough → Vocals and guitar for folk-pop The Limeliters, "A Dollar Down" (#60, 1961), then solo, "Baby, The Rain Must Fall" (#12, 1965)
1932 ● Des O'Connor → Brit easy listening/pop singer, comedian and TV host, "I Pretend" (UK #1, 1968)
1939 ● William Lee Golden → Two-decade member of country/gospel/folk The Oak Ridge Boys, "Elvira" (#5, 1981), fired in 1986, then solo
1941 ● Long John Baldry → UK blues singer and frontman for Bluesology, then solo, "Let The Heartaches Begin" (#88, UK #1, 1968)
1945 ● Abe "Abrim" Tilmon → Vocals for R&B/soul harmony group The Detroit Emeralds, "Feel The Need In Me" (R&B #22, 1973), died of heart attack on 6/6/1982
1945 ● Maggie Bell → The "British Janis Joplin," Scottish blues-soul-rock singer for The Power, Stone The Crows and solo, "After Midnight" (#97, 1974)
1946 ● Cynthia Robinson → Vocals for R&B/soul-funk Sly & The Family Stone, "Family Affair" (#1, 1971)
1946 ● George Duke → Jazz fusion, R&B and smooth jazz/pop keyboardist, songwriter, composer, bandleader and session musician with over 30 solo albums, worked with Billy Cobham, Miles Davis, Michael Jackson, Al Jarreau, Jean-Luc Ponty, Frank Zappa and others, died 8/5/2013 from chronic leukemia
1951 ● Chris Bell → Guitarist, vocalist and songwriter for quintessential power pop cult band Big Star, "September Gurls" (1974, Rolling Stone #178), died in a car accident 12/27/1978
1952 ● Ricky Van Shelton → Country-pop singer and guitarist with 10 Country #1 hits, including a duet with Dolly Parton, "Rockin' Years" (Country #1, 1991)
1954 ● Felipe Rose → Vocals (and the Native American character) for R&B/disco Village People, "Y.M.C.A." (#2, 1978)
1959 ● Blixa Bargeld (Hans Christian Emmerich) → Guitarist, composer and founder of industrial rock Einstürzende Neubauten, plus Aussie alt rock Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds, "Where The Wild Roses Grow" (Australia #2, UK #11, 1995)
1959 ● Per Gessle → Singer, songwriter and guitarist for Swedish pop-rock duo Roxette, "The Look" (#1, 1989), solo
1963 ● Guy Chambers → Keyboardist, songwriter and record producer, member of Celtic folk-rock The Waterboys, "Fisherman's Blues" (Modern Rock #3, 1988), World Party, "Way Down Now" (Modern Rock #1, 1990), co-founder of The Lemon Trees, collaborator with Brit dance-pop mega-star Robbie Williams, "Millennium" (UK #4, 1997)
1965 ● Mark Moore → Brit dance-pop producer and DJ, founder and frontman for S'Express, "Theme From S'Express" (Dance/Club #1, 1988)
1966 ● Rob Zombie (Robert Cummings) → Frontman for groove/alt metal White Zombie, "More Human Than Human" (#10, 1995)
1968 ● Raekwon (Corey Woods, aka "The Chef") → Vocals for influential East Coast rap group Wu-Tang Clan, "C.R.E.A.M." (Hot Rap #8, 1994), then solo, "Glaciers Of Ice" (Hot Rap #5, 1995)
1970 ● Zach de la Rocha → Vocals for Grammy-winning punk/hip hop/thrash metal Rage Against The Machine, "Guerrilla Radio" (Modern Rock #6, 1999)
1973 ● Matthew Wong → Founding member and bassist for "Third Wave" ska/punk revival Reel Big Fish, "Set Out" (Alternative Rock #10, 1997), retired from the band in 2007 to spend time with his young family
1974 ● Mel C. (Melanie Chisholm) → Vocals and "Sporty Spice" in pop-rock girl-group Spice Girls, "Wannabe" (#1, 1997)
1978 ● Jeremy Camp → Contemporary Christian music singer, songwriter and guitarist, "The Way" (CCM #1, 2011)
1978 ● Kristopher Roe → Founding member, songwriter, lead guitarist, vocalist and only constant member of mainstream pop-punk The Ataris, "The Boys Of Summer" (#20, Modern Rock #2, 2003)
1991 ● Victoria Louise "Pixie" Lott → Brit R&B/soul-pop singer, "Mama Do (Uh Oh, Uh Oh)" (UK #1, 2009)
1993 ● 'Zayn Malik → Vocals in Brit-Irish boy band quintet One Direction, "What Makes You Beautiful" (#4, UK#1, 2011)

Jan 13
1930 ● Bobby Lester → Lead vocals and founding member of important 50s R&B/doo wop The Moonglows, "Sincerely" (R&B #1, 1955)
1948 ● John Lees → Founder, guitarist and songwriter for underappreciated Brit prog-folk-rock Barclay James Harvest, "Mockingbird" (1971), solo, continues with incarnations of the band in the 00s
1954 ● Trevor Rabin → South African born guitarist and frontman for power pop Rabbitt, then with seminal prog-rock band Yes, "Owner Of A Lonely Heart" (#1, 1983), left in 1995 to score movie soundtracks for over three dozen mainstream films
1955 ● Fred White → Drummer for R&B/soul-dance-pop Earth, Wind & Fire, "Shining Star" (#1, 1975)
1956 ● Malcolm Foster → Bass guitarist with brother Graham in pop-rock The Foster Brothers, replaced Pete Farndon in The Pretenders ("Don't Get Me Wrong," #10, 1986), session bass player for Simple Minds ("Let There Be Love," UK #6, 1991) from 1989-95, continues with both groups plus session work
1957 ● Don Snow → Keyboards for New Wave synth-pop Squeeze, "Tempted" (Mainstream Rock #8, 1981)
1957 ● Jim Parris → Founding member and bassist for Brit jazz-pop-rock Carmel, "Bad Day" (UK #15, 1983)
1959 ● James "Jlo" LoMenzo → Heavy metal session and touring bassist with White Lion, former Kiss guitarist Ace Frehley, David Lee Roth, Megadeth ("Trust," Mainstream Rock #5, 1997), Zakk Wylde, Black Label Society and others
1961 ● Graham "Suggs" McPherson → Vocals for Brit punk/ska revival Madness, "Our House" (#7, 1982) and over 20 other UK Top 40 singles, solo, "I'm Only Sleeping" (UK #7, 1995)
1961 ● Wayne Coyne → Guitar and vocals for neo-psych alt rock The Flaming Lips, "She Don't Use Jelly" (#55, 1995)
1962 ● Tony Rebel (Patrick Barrett) → Jamaican roots reggae/dancehall singer, songwriter and DJ with over 10 solo albums and several singles, founder and CEO of Flames Records and organizer of the annual Rebel Salute music festival
1963 ● Tim Kelly → Guitarist, singer and songwriter for pop-glam metal Slaughter, "Fly To The Angels" (#19, 1990), died in a car crash on 2/5/1998
1964 ● David McCluskey → Drummer for Scottish jangle-pop-rock The Bluebells, "Young At Heart" (UK #1, 1983)
1971 ● Lee Agnew → Scottish drummer and son of Pete Agnew, co-founder and bassist for hard rock Nazereth, "Love Hurts" (#8, 1976), joined the band in 1999 to replace deceased drummer Darrell Sweet

Jan 14
1936 ● Clarence Carter → Blind from birth, gritty Muscle Shoals R&B/soul singer and guitarist, "Slip Away" (#6, 1968) and the Grammy-winning "Patches" (#4, 1970) plus five other R&B Top 10 hits
1937 ● Billie Jo Spears → Female bluesy-voiced trad-country balladeer, "Blanket On The Ground" (Country #1, 1975)
1938 ● Allen Toussaint → Highly influential New Orleans R&B songwriter, performer and producer, worked with Joe Cocker, The Band, Neville Brothers, Paul Simon and others
1938 ● John Allan "Jack" Jones → Grammy-winning jazz and contemporary-pop singer, "Wives And Lovers" (#14, 1963)
1948 ● Joseph Henry "T-Bone" Burnett → Rootsy singer, songwriter, session guitarist and producer for Roy Orbison, Elvis Costello, BoDeans, Alison Krauss and Robert Plant, and many others
1948 ● Tim Harris → Drummer in Brit R&B/soul-pop The Foundations, "Baby Now That I've Found You" (#11, 1967)
1949 ● Lamar Williams → Bassist for Southern rock giants The Allman Brothers Band, joining after the death of original bassist Berry Oakley in 1972, left in 1976 to co-found jazz-rock fusion Sea Level, "That's Your Secret" (#50, 1978), died of lung cancer on 1/21/1983
1956 ● Bob Bradbury → Vocals for Brit teenage glam rockers Hello, "Tell Him" (UK #6, 1975)
1959 ● Chas Smash (Cathal Smyth aka Carl Smyth) → Horns for Brit punk/ska revival Madness, "Our House" (#7, 1982) and over 20 other UK Top 40 singles
1959 ● Geoff Tate → Vocals for progressive pop-metal Queensrÿche, "Silent Lucidity" (#9, 1991)
1961 ● Mike Tramp → Vocals for Danish-American heavy/hair metal White Lion, "When The Children Cry" (#3, 1987)
1962 ● Patricia Morrison → Heavy metal bassist for The Gun Club, goth-metal The Sisters of Mercy, "Temple Of Love" (UK #3, 1992) and reformed punk-rock The Damned
1965 ● Slick Rick (Richard Walters) → British-American "Golden Age" rapper, "Children's Story" (Rap #2, 1989)
1967 ● Steve Bowman → Founding member and first drummer for alt-rock Counting Crows, "Mr. Jones" (Modern Rock #2, 1994), left in 1994 to join Third Eye Blind and later John Wesley Harding and Luce
1967 ● Zakk Wylde (Jeffrey Phillip Wiedlant) → Long-time friend of and guitarist for Ozzy Osbourne's band, left in 1994 to form power trio Pride & Glory, then Black Label Society, "Stillborn" (Mainstream Rock #20, 2003)
1968 ● LL Cool J (James Todd Smith) → Prolific and long-lived East Coast rap-pop artist, "Hey Lover" (#3, 1995) and 12 other Top 40 and nine Rap Top 10 hits
1969 ● Dave Grohl → Vocals and drummer for grunge rock Nirvana, "Smells Like Teen Spirit" (#6, 1992), then founded hard rock Foo Fighters, "All My Life" (#5, 1995)
1974 ● Denise Van Outen → TV host, stage actress and adult contemporary pop singer, "Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You" (UK #23, 2002), a duet with Andy Williams who was 45 years her senior
1981 ● Pitbull (Armando Christian Perez) → Cuban-American Southern rap (crunk) artist, "I Know You Want Me" (#2, 2009)
1982 ● Anthony Caleb Followill → Lead vocals and rhythm guitar for Southern blues-indie rock Kings Of Leon, "Sex On Fire" (Modern Rock #1, 2008)
1989 ● Frankie Sandford → Brit R&B and pop singer, songwriter, occasional actress and member of pre-fab teen dance-pop S Club 8, "Fool No More" (UK #4, 2003), left in 2007 to join electro-pop girl-group The Saturdays, "Missing You" (UK #3, 2010)

Jan 15
1893 ● Ivor Novello (David Ivor Davies) → Welsh composer, singer, stage and screen actor and popular entertainer, namesake for annual British music awards, died 3/6/51
1909 ● Gene Krupa → Renowned jazz and big band drummer, composer, bandleader, drum kit developer, mentor and influencer, died from leukemia and heart failure 10/16/1973
1920 ● Yvonne "Vonnie" King (Cornelia Yvonne Driggs Burch) → Vocalist for complex and sophisticated four-part harmony 30s, 40s and 50s Big Band/pop sibling singing group The King Sisters, "The Hut-Sut Song" (Top 30, 1944), recorded with her sisters on hundreds of albums and numerous radio specials over three decades and in the musical-variety TV program The King Family Show (1966-1969) and holiday specials thereafter, died following a fall at home at age 89 on 12/13/2009
1929 ● Earl Hooker → Non-singing, commercially less successful but heralded blues slide guitar virtuoso, both as a sideman and on numerous instrumental albums under his own name, died from tuberculosis on 4/21/1970
1941 ● Captain Beefheart (Don Glen Vliet, later Don van Vliet) → Innovative, offbeat, satirical, visionary and influential art rock multi-instrumentalist, composer, frontman for The Magic Band and solo, album Trout Mask Replica (1969), died 12/17/2010 of complications from multiple sclerosis
1942 ● Edward "Sonny" Bivins → Vocals for R&B/doo wop then sweet soul The Manhattans, "Kiss And Say Goodbye" (#1, 1976)
1945 ● Joan Marie Johnson → Vocals for 60s R&B/pop girl-group The Dixie Cups, "Chapel Of Love" (#1, 1964)
1947 ● Pete Waterman → Member of the multi-hit UK songwriting and production trio Stock-Aitken-Waterman (SAW), wrote "Respectable" (#1 for Rick Astley, 1987)
1948 ● Ronnie Van Zant → Lead singer and primary lyricist for raunchy Southern rock Lynyrd Skynyrd, "Sweet Home Alabama" (#8, 1974), died in a plane crash along with other bandmembers on 10/20/1977
1951 ● Martha Davis → Vocalist and frontwoman for L.A.-based New Wave smooth pop-rock The Motels, "Only The Lonely" (#9, 1982)
1952 ● Melvyn Gale → Strings for pop-rock Electric Light Orchestra, "Don't Bring Me Down" (#4, 1979) and 26 other Top 40 hits
1953 ● Boris Blank → Founding member, composer and multi-instrumentalist for Swiss electronic dance-pop Yello, "Oh Yeah" (#51, 1987)
1953 ● Douglas Elwin "Duke" Erickson → Founding member and guitarist for Scottish-American alt rock Garbage, "Stupid Girl" (Dance/Club #5, 1996)
1959 ● Peter Trewavas → Bassist and backing vocals for Brit prog-rock revival group Marillion, "Kayleigh" (Mainstream Rock #14, 1985)
1961 ● Stephen Damian O'Neill → Guitarist for Irish punk/New Wave pop-rock The Undertones, "My Perfect Cousin" (UK #9, 1980), co-founded hard/alt rock That Petrol Emotion, "Groove Check" (Dance/Club #12, 1989)
1965 ● Adam Jones → Grammy-winning Welsh-American songwriter and guitarist (Rolling Stone #75) for Tool, "Schism" (Mainstream Rock #2, 2001), visual artist
1967 ● Lisa Velez → Vocals and frontwoman for 80s dance-pop/proto-hip hop Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam, "Head To Toe" (#1, 1987)
1974 ● Edith Bowman → Scottish music critic, TV hostess and BBC 1 weekend morning radio DJ
1975 ● Belinda Chapple → Singer in pre-fab Aussie all-girl pop vocal quintet Bardot, "Poison" (Aus. #1, 2000)

Jan 16
1934 ● Bob Bogle → Founding member and lead guitarist for seminal rock 'n roll instrumental group The Ventures, "Walk - Don't Run" (#2, 1960), died from non-Hodgkin's lymphoma on 6/14/2009
1939 ● Ramon "Ray" Phillips → Lead vocals and bass for British Invasion pop-rock The Nashville Teens, "Tobacco Road" (#16, 1964)
1942 ● Barbara Lynn (Ozen) → Southern R&B guitarist, bandleader, singer and solo artist, "You'll Lose A Good Thing" (#8, 1962)
1942 ● William Francis → Keyboards for AM pop-rock Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show, "Sylvia's Mother" (#5, 1972) plus nine other Top 40 hits
1943 ● Ronnie Milsap → Six-time Grammy-winning blind country-pop 70s/80s superstar singer and pianist, "Any Day Now" (#14, Country #1, 1982) plus 35 other Country #1 hits
1944 ● Jim Stafford → Country-pop comic singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, "Spiders & Snakes" (#3, 1974) and five other Top 40 hits, also a TV and radio entertainer
1944 ● Katherine Anderson Schaffner → Vocals for Motown pop-soul girl group The Marvelettes, "Please Mr. Postman" (#1, 1961) and nine other Top 40 singles
1948 ● John Carpenter → Film score composer, producer, director and screenwriter, including the soundtrack to his film Halloween (1978)
1950 ● Kenji "Damo" Suzuki → Japanese lead vocalist for pioneer Kraut rock group Can, now avant garde/improv group Damo Suzuki's Network
1957 ● Yan Style (Ian Stile) → Guitarist for glam pop-rock Kenny, "The Bump" (UK #3, 1975)
1959 ● Sade (Helen Folasade Adu) → Silky-smooth R&B/quiet storm singer, "Smooth Operator" (#5, 1984)
1962 ● Paul Webb → Bassist for Brit New Romantic synth-pop Talk Talk, "It's My Life" (#31, 1984)
1966 ● Maxine Jones → Vocals in Grammy-winning female club-dance group En Vogue, "Hold On" (#2, 1990)
1970 ● Brendan O'Hare → Drummer for Scot pre-grunge, then power pop Teenage Fanclub, "Star Sign" (Mainstream Rock #4, 1991), now solo
1976 ● Stuart Fletcher → Bassist for Britpop/indie rock The Seahorses, "Love Is The Law" (UK #3, 1997)
1979 ● Aaliyah Dana Haughton → Actress, model and teen R&B/club-dance star, "Try Again" (#1, 2000), killed in a plane crash in the Bahamas on 8/25/2001
1980 ● Luke Alex Broughton → Nephew and current bandmate of Brit blues then prog-rock Edgar Broughton Band, "Apache Dropout" (UK #33, 1970)
1981 ● Nick Valensi → Guitarist for early 00s garage rock revival The Strokes, "Juicebox" (Modern Rock #9, 2005)
1982 ● Samuel Dylan Murray Preston → Lead singer and guitarist in post-punk/indie pop-rock The Ordinary Boys, "Boys Will Be Boys" (UK ##, 2006)

Jan 17
1927 ● Eartha Kitt → Slinky actress, 40s/50s cabaret star and multi-decade throaty-purr singer, "Where Is My Man" (Dance/Club #7, 1983), died from colon cancer on 12/25/2008
1943 ● Chris Montez (Ezekiel Christopher Montanez) → One hit wonder rock 'n roll singer, "Let's Dance" (#4, 1962), then MOR-pop balladeer, "Call Me" (Easy Listening #2, 1966)
1944 ● Francoise Hardy → French MOR-pop singer, songwriter and actress, "All Over The World" (UK #16, 1965)
1945 ● William "Poogie" Hart → Vocals in R&B/Philly soul The Delfonics, "La-La Means I Love You" (#4, 1968), formed The Three Tenors of Soul in mid-00s
1948 ● Michael Kevin "Mick" Taylor → Guitarist for John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, joined The Rolling Stones ("Brown Sugar", #1, 1971) in 1969, left in 1974, session work with Jack Bruce, Bob Dylan, Mike Oldfield and Ron Wood
1953 ● Sheila Hutchinson → Vocals in R&B/soul-gospel sister trio The Emotions, "Best Of My Love" (#1, 1977)
1954 ● Cheryl Bentyne → Vocals in Grammy-winning jazz-pop fusion vocal group Manhattan Transfer, "Boy From New York City" (#7, 1981)
1955 ● Steve Earle → Oft-covered, rough-edged country-rock singer, songwriter and guitarist, "Guitar Town" (Mainstream Rock #20, 1989)
1956 ● Paul Young → Manchesterian R&B/blue-eyed soul-pop interpretive singer, "Everytime You Go Away" (#1, 1985)
1958 ● Jeremy "Jez" Strode → Drummer for one hit wonder New Wave light synth-bubblegum-pop Kajagoogoo, "Too Shy" (#5, 1983), independent music equipment lessor
1959 ● Susanna Hoffs → Guitar and vocals for New Wave girl-group The Bangles, "Walk Like An Egyptian" (#1, 1986)
1960 ● John Crawford → Bass and keyboards for New Wave synth-pop Berlin, "Take My Breath Away" (#1, 1986)
1961 ● Dave Collard → Keyboards for Brit dance-pop-rock Jo Boxers, "Boxer Beat" (UK #3, 1983)
1964 ● Andy Rourke → Bassist for definitive Brit indie rock The Smiths, "Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now" (UK #10, 1984)
1966 ● Shabba Ranks (Rexton Gordon) → Grammy-winning R&B/dance hall reggae and hip hop singer, "Mr. Loverman" (Dance #2, Hot 100 #40, 1992)
1971 ● Jon Wysocki → Drummer for post-grunge/alt metal Staind, "It's Been A While" (Mainstream Rock #1, 2001)
1971 ● Kid Rock (Robert James Ritchie) → White-trash rap-rock superstar, "Picture" (#4, 2003) and ten other Mainstream Rock Top 40 hits
1972 ● Aqualung (Matt Hales) → Contemporary/indie pop singer and songwriter, "Brighter Than Sunshine" (Adult Top 40 #32, UK #37, 2006)
1978 ● Ricky Wilson → Vocals for Britpop/indie rock Kaiser Chiefs, "Ruby" (UK #1, 2007)
1982 ● Alex Varkatzas → Vocals and lyrics for rap-metal Atreyu, "Ex's And Oh's" (Mainstream Rock #27, 2006)
1984 ● Calvin Harris (Adam Richard Wiles) → Scottish electropop singer and songwriter, "The Girls" (UK ##, 2007), producer for Kylie Minogue and Dizzee Rascal

Jan 18
1933 ● Ray Milton Dolby → Billionaire engineer and inventor who helped develop the first audio tape recorder in the late 1940s and prototype video tape recorders in the 1950s for Ampex, invented and marketed the electronic noise reduction system known as Dolby NR for reducing tape hiss in the 60s, died from leukemia on 9/12/2013
1941 ● Bobby Goldsboro → Country-pop singer and songwriter, "Honey" (#1, 1968), children's TV producer, The Swamp Critters of the Lost Lagoon (1995)
1941 ● David Ruffin → Vocals for R&B giants The Temptations, "My Girl" (#1, 1965) and Grammy-winning "Papa Was A Rolling Stone" (#1, 1972), died from drug overdose 6/1/1991
1943 ● Dave Greenslade → Keyboards and vocals for jazz-blues-rock fusion Colosseum, (album Valentyne Suite, 1969), then founded prog-rock Greenslade, solo
1944 ● "Legs" Larry Smith → Drummer for Brit comedy-rock Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band, "I'm The Urban Spaceman" (UK #5, 1968)
1953 ● Brett Hudson (Salerno) → Member of sibling musical trio The Hudson Brothers, "So You Are A Star" (#21, 1974), TV producer and script writer
1954 ● Tom Bailey → Frontman, songwriter, vocals and keyboards for New Wave synth-pop Thompson Twins, "Hold Me Now" (#3, 1983), then Babble
1959 ● Bob Rosenberg → Founder and leader of dance-pop/mix music Will To Power, "Baby I Love Your Way/Freebird" (#1, 1988)
1962 ● Jeremy Healey → Guitar for quirky Brit New Wave synth-pop Haysi Fantayzee, "John Wayne Is Big Leggy" (UK #11, 1982)
1970 ● DJ Quik (David Martin Blake) → Premier West Coast DJ and rapper, "Tonite" (Hot Rap #3, Hot 100 #49, 1991), producer for Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, Snoop Dogg and many others
1971 ● Jonathan Davis → Vocals for hard rock/"nu metal" Korn, "Here To Stay" (Mainstream #4, 2002)
1973 ● Crispian "Dodge" Mills (Crispian Boulting) → Frontman, guitar and vocals for post-Britpop psych/mystic rock Kula Shaker, "Hush" (Mainstream Rock #19, 1997)
1973 ● Luther Dickinson → Founder (with brother Cody Dickinson), lead vocals and guitar for Grammy-winning Southern blues/rock North Mississippi Allstars, now lead guitar for roots/raunch rock The Black Crowes, "Good Morning Captain" (Mainstream Rock #30, 2009)
1974 ● Christian Burns → Guitar and vocals for Brit teen pop-rock BBMak, "Back Here" (#8, 2000)
1977 ● Richard Archer → Singer and guitarist for indie rock Hard-Fi, "Cash Machine" (Modern Rock #15, 2005)
1980 ● Estelle Swaray → Grammy-winning Brit R&B/hip-hop singer, songwriter and producer, "American Boy" featuring Kanye West (#9, 2008)
1982 ● Quinn Allman → Guitarist in screamo-tinged, post-hardcore punk The Used, "Under Pressure" (#48, 2005)
1983 ● Samantha Mumba → Irish singer, songwriter and actress, "Gotta Tell You" (#4, 2000)

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