This Week’s Birthdays (November 1-7)

Happy Birthday this week to:
Nov 01
1945 ● Rick Grech → Family, Blind Faith, Traffic
1950 ● Dan Peek → America
1951 ● Ronald Bell (Khalis Bayyan) → Kool & The Gang
1957 ● Lyle Lovett
1962 ● Anthony Kiedis → Red Hot Chili Peppers
1962 ● Mags Kuruholmen → A-Ha

Nov 02
1937 ● Earl “Speedo” Carroll → The Cadillacs
1941 ● Jay Traynor → Jay & The Americans
1944 ● Keith Emerson → Emerson, Lake & Palmer
1946 ● Leonard “Chip” Hawkes → The Tremeloes, father of Chesney
1947 ● Dave Pegg → Fairport Convention, Jethro Tull
1952 ● Maxine Nightingale → “Right Back Where We Started From” (1976)
1961 ● k.d. lang

Nov 03
1933 ● John Barry (Jonathan Barry Prendergrast) → Film scores
1943 ● Bert Jansch → UK blues/folk guitarist
1941 ● Brian Poole → The Tremeloes
1945 ● Nick SimperDeep Purple
1946 ● J.D. Souther → Souther Hillman Furay Band, solo
1948 ● Lulu (Marie Lawrie) → “To Sir Love” (1967)
1954 ● Adam Ant (Stuart Leslie Goddard) → Adam & The Ants

Nov 04
1938 ● Harry Elson → Friends of Distinction
1940 ● Delbert McLinton
1947 ● Mike Smith → Amen Corner
1954 ● Chris Difford → Squeeze
1956 ● James Honeyman-ScottPretenders
1965 ● Jeff Scott Soto → Yngwie Malmsteen Band, Journey

Nov 05
1931 ● Ike Turner
1941 ● Art Garfunkel
1946 ● Gram ParsonsThe Byrds, Flying Burrito Brothers
1947 ● Peter Noone → Herman’s Hermits
1948 ● Donnie McDougall → The Guess Who
1948 ● Peter Hammill → Van Der Graf Generator, solo (Rikki Nadir)
1950 ● Dennis Provisor → The Grass Roots
1957 ● Mike Score → A Flock Of Seagulls
1959 ● Bryan Adams → “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You” (1991)

Nov 06
1933 ● Joseph Pope → Tams
1937 ● Eugene Pitt → The Jive Five
1938 ● P.J. Proby (James Marcus Smith) → “Hold Me” (1964)
1941 ● Doug Sahm → Sir Douglas Quintet
1947 ● George Young → The Easybeats
1948 ● Glenn FreyEagles, solo

Nov 07
1938 ● Delecta “Dee” Clark → “Raindrops” (1961)
1942 ● Johnny Rivers
1943 ● Joni Mitchell
1943 ● Dino Valente → Quicksilver Messenger Service
1951 ● Nick Gilder → “Hot Child In The City” (1978)
1960 ● Tommy Thayer → KISS

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  1. #1 by Jim Lord on November 2, 2009 - 7:16 pm

    Nov. 2nd is Jay Black of Jay & The Americans birthday not Jay Traynor’s

    • #2 by Dr. Rock on November 2, 2009 - 10:20 pm

      Jim:
      I stand humbly corrected. John “Jay” Traynor (born 3/30/1943) relinquished the lead vocal job for Jay & The Americans to “Jay” Black (born David Blatt on 11/2/41) when J.T. quit the band in ’62 for a nothing career. J.B. sang all their great 60s pop-rock hits.

      Thanks and regards, Dr. Rock

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