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1963 – Born on March 15th in Butler, Pennsylvania. American singer. 1984 – Formed the band "Poison" and became the lead vocalist of the group. 1998 – Directed and starred in "No Code of Conduct" and "A Letter from Death Row".          – Recorded his first solo album ‘A Letter From Death Row’. 2000 ..

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1989 – Born on August 21st in Palisades, New York. American actress and singer. 2000 – Was nominated for a Grammy for Best Spoken Word Album for Children for "A Bug’s Life". 2002 – Appeared in "Ally McBeal" as Maddie Harrington. 2003 – Joined the likes of Jessica Lange, Tom Wilkinson, and Clancy Brown in ..

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1945 – born March 9, in Catford, South East London, England)   a preeminent English rock guitarist who achieved success with Procol Harum during the 1960s, and then again as the leader of his own Hendrixesque power trio.     1967 – Trower joined band Procol Harum, with whom he remained until 1972.     1973 – ..

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1977 – Born on November 10th in Atlanta, Georgia. American actress and singer. 1986 – Brittany first honed her acting skills in regional theater at the age of 9. 1990 – Signed on with a manager and began appearing in television commercials. 1991 – She landed her first television role on the show "Blossom". 1998 ..

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1945 – Born- March 6 – in Winchester England, drummer,  for The Zombies- Best known song "She’s Not There"   1962 – Started as The Zombies drummer.   1964-1969 – Aside from the Beatles and perhaps the Beach Boys, no mid-’60s rock group wrote melodies as gorgeous as those of the Zombies. Dominated by Colin Blunstone’s breathy vocals, choral ..

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1949 – born Wallace Carter Bryson on July 18- in Gastonia, NC, the guitarist with the power-pop/rock group The Raspberries.   1952-53 – At age 4, Bryson’s family moved to Cleveland, OH.   1964 – at age 15, he formed the group The Mods which included future Raspberries members Jim Bonfanti & Dave Smalley. With the addition ..

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US guitarist – As the frontman of the Byrds, Roger McGuinn and his trademark 12-string Rickenbacker guitar pioneered folk-rock and, by extension, country-rock, influencing everyone from contemporaries like the Beatles to acolytes like Tom Petty and R.E.M. in the process.   1942 – born on July 13 – Chicago, IL    1958-59 – By his teenage ..

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born – August 19, 1939, Lewisham, South London- English drummer.   1964 – a member of the Graham Bond Organization (GBO)   1966-1968 – a member of Cream. He later joined Cream bandmate Eric Clapton along with Ric Grech and Steve Winwood in the 1969 group Blind Faith.   1974 – Baker toured and recorded with a fusion ..

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1937 – born May 4th- in Boston, MA.               -His father was Lebanese, his mother Polish. As a child, he was exposed to folk music from both cultures, which had an impact on his sense of melody and the ways string instruments could be picked. He also heard lots of big band swing, and found his ..

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