Monthly Archives: November 2015

Music To Hear 12/07 – 12/13: JASON ISBELL, EVERLAST & More…


Hodi’s Half Note- ‘Stand-Up Comedy’ @ 7 p.m.; ‘Funk Jam’ @ 10 p.m.             FREE!!!!

DENVER AREA 12/07/15

Dazzle Jazz- Brian Blade & The Fellowship Band                        7 p.m.                 $25

Oriental Theatre*- Gift Of Gab w/ Landon Wordswell, Extra Kool, S.T.O.I.C., Mostafa + Faded           $14

Quixote’s True Blue- Jalbatross feat. Ryan Jalbert (The Motet)                 9 p.m.                 $5

Summit Music Hall*- Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Experience                $35-38


Owsley’s Golden Road- ‘EDM Mondays’                       9 p.m.                  FREE!!!!


Avogadro’s Number- ‘Open Mic’               7:30 p.m.

Hodi’s Half Note– ‘EDM Tuesdays’                 FREE!!!!

Pourhouse (Loveland)- ‘Open Jazz Jam’ feat. The Pourhouse Jazz Trio              7:30 p.m.

DENVER AREA 12/08/15

Herman’s Hideaway- ‘Jim Morrison’s 72nd Birthday’ feat. The Strange Parade (The Doors tribute) w/ The Savage Blush + The Trip                   6:15 p.m.                  $5-10

Ogden Theatre- Silversun Pickups w/ Foals                8 p.m.               SOLD OUT!!!!

Quixote’s True Blue- ‘Open Stage/ $2 Tuesday Dead’                FREE!!!!


Lazy Dog- ‘Open Jam’                    10 p.m.               FREE!!!!


Avogadro’s Number- Mason Street  Bluegrass                  7 p.m.                       FREE!!!!

Avogadro’s Number- ‘Open Bluegrass Jam’                   8:30 p.m.

Hodi’s Half Note- McLovins w/ Mister F                   $5-13

DENVER AREA 12/09/15

Armoury- ‘FU^K: Armoury’s Weekly Wednesday Funk Jam’                  9:30 p.m.

Dazzle Jazz- Brian Blade & The Fellowship Band                 7 + 9 p.m.                 $25

Ogden Theatre*- Michael Franti w/ A Great Big World + The Rua              7:30 p.m.

Soiled Dove- Matt Nathanson w/ Austin Plaine                  7:30 p.m.          SOLD OUT!!!!


Boulder Theatre*- The Milk Carton Kids w/ Julian Lage                 8 p.m.             $27.50

Owsley’s Golden Road- Flash Mountain Flood                 7 p.m.                    $10


Aggie Theatre- Everlast              $20

Armory- Noah Gundersen w/ Adam Thomas Brown (Mosey West)                     7 p.m.

Avogadro’s Number- John Craigie w/ Jeff Finlin                      8 p.m.                    $10

Budweiser Events Center* (Loveland)- Heart                  7:30 p.m.                            $36-56

Hodi’s Half Note*- Spafford w/ Vine Street Vibes                         $5-13

DENVER AREA 12/10/15

Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom*- ‘Shpongle Pre-Party’ feat. Russ Liquid + Half Color (Michal Menert & Paul Basic) w/ Nico Luminous & The Dirty Gemstones (Kruza Kid & Brisco Jones)                        $15-20

Cervantes’ Otherside- ‘Grass For That Ass’ feat. Sour Bridges w/ That Damn Sasquatch
7:30 p.m.                   Free- $10

Dazzle Jazz- Brian Blade & The Fellowship Band              7 p.m.               SOLD OUT!!!!

Dazzle Jazz- Brian Blade & The Fellowship Band              9 p.m.                  $25

Hi Dive- Jen Korte & The Loss w/ Bevin Luna & Bluebook                    $10

Ogden Theatre*- Jason Isbell w/ Rayland Baxter                        SOLD OUT!!!!

Soiled Dove- Dotsero ‘Dotsoul: Holiday Show’ w/ Linda Styles                  8 p.m.


Dickens Opera House (Longmont)- ‘Thursday Open Mic’                7 p.m.           FREE!!!!

Etown Hall- Bob Schneider + Joan Shelley (live radio show taping)            7-9 p.m.

Fox Theatre*- Gravity A performs the music of The Talking Heads w/ Greener Grounds + Kinetik Groove                   $12-17

Lazy Dog- Pete Pidgeon & Arcoda w/ The Inquiry              10 p.m.            FREE!!!!

St. Julien- Moors & McCumber                         6:30-9:30 p.m.


Aggie Theatre*- JJ Grey w/ Musketeer Gripweed                   $25-30

Avogadro’s Number- T. Band                     5:30 p.m.                   FREE!!!!

Avogadro’s Number- Vi Wickam ‘Christmas Album Release’                  8 p.m.               $10

Downtown Artery*- Yarn                  9-11:55 p.m.                     $7-10

Hodi’s Half Note- ‘Spokes BUZZ Band Together Vol. VI CD release’ feat/ Eldren, Wiredogs, American Blackout, Qbala, Izcalli, Red Fox Run, Slow Caves, Chemistry Club, The Burroughs, Gasoline Lollipops, Pandas & People + Grim & Darling
$10 suggested donation

DENVER AREA 12/11/15

Bluebird Theatre- Bob Schneider             7 + 9 p.m.              $27.50

Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom*- The Dance Party  Time Machine feat. Marc Brownstein (Disco Biscuits), Aron Magner (Disco Biscuits), Allen Aucoin (Disco Biscuits), Jeremy Salken (Big Gigantic), Eddie Roberts (New Mastersounds) & members of Yamn, Fox Street, The Congress, Analog Son, Tiger Party & more…                  $23-28

Cervantes’ Otherside*- Gravity A performs the music of The Talking Heads + Genetics w/ PHO                          $10-15

Dazzle Jazz*- Ron Miles Trio feat. Bill Frisell & Brian Blade                7 + 9 p.m.       SOLD OUT!!!!

Fillmore Auditorium*- Shpongle w/ Random Rab, Alex & Allyson Grey + Govinda
7 p.m.                      $37.50

Ogden Theatre*- Jason Isbell  w/ Rayland Baxter                      SOLD OUT!!!!

Quixote’s True Blue*- Praang! feat. Steve Kimock (Zero), Michael Travis (The String Cheese Incident), Jason Hann (The String Cheese Incident) & Jamie Janover (Zilla) w/ DJ Logic + Yosemight                    $25

Soiled Dove- Willy Porter                        8 p.m.                $13.50-22

Walnut Room- Doctor Robert (Beatles tribute)                7 p.m.                        $10


Chautauqua Auditorium- The Haunted Windchimes               7:30 p.m.                 $??

Etown Hall- Noah Gundersen + special guest (live radio show taping)                7-9 p.m.

Fox Theatre*- Head For The Hills w/ Rapidgrass Quintet                $12-17

St. Julien*- Sambadende                     6:30-9:30 p.m.


Aggie Theatre*- Genetics + Gravity A performing The Talking Heads w/ PHO            $5-12

Mishawaka Amphitheatre (Bellvue)- Bob Schneider w/ Taylor Scott Trio              8 p.m.

Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom*- De La Soul w/ Big Pooh                   $29-35

Cervantes’ Otherside*- Vine Street Vibes (album release) w/ Punch Drunk Munky Funk, Evanoff + Sonic Geometry                       $8-12

Dazzle Jazz- ‘Blues Night’ feat. Delta Sonics                  10:30 p.m.               $5

Fillmore Auditorium*- Infamous Stringdusters w/ The Wood Brothers + Trout Steak Revival
7 p.m.                $40.50

Gothic Theatre*- Rebirth Brass Band                    $20-25

Herman’s Hideaway- Rush Archives (Rush tribute) w/ Mr. Steak, Sad Star Café, Irreverent Kings + 3 Star Monday              6:30 p.m.                              $8

Marquis Theatre- Everlast w/ Tattoed Strings (acoustic)                          $20-24

Ogden Theatre*- ‘Sing It To Me Santa: Colorado Rocks For Teachers’ feat. Todd Park Mohr (Big Head Todd & The Monsters), Billy Nershi (The String Cheese Incident) & Gov. John Hickenlooper w/ Tracksuit Wedding, Ryan Chrys & The Roughcuts, The Moderators, Mary Louise Lee, The Frails + more…                   7:30 p.m.                $20

Oriental Theatre*- Hell’s Belles w/ The Blackouts + Throttlebomb                   8 p.m.               $13

Quixote’s True Blue*- Praang! feat. Steve Kimock (Zero), Michael Travis (The String Cheese Incident), Jason Hann (The String Cheese Incident) & Jamie Janover (Zilla)                 $25


Lazy Dog*- Tnertle w/ J Wail                   10 p.m.              FREE!!!!


Avogadro’s Number- Willy Porter                            7 p.m.                 $20

DENVER AREA 12/13/15

Gothic Theatre*- Nicki Bluhm & The Gramblers                   8 p.m.                 earlybird tickets $17


Nissi’s* (Lafayette)- Hazel Miller’s Holiday Groove                            7 p.m.                         $12/14

Owsley’s Golden Road*- Praang feat. Steve Kimock (Zero), Michael Travis (The String Cheese Incident), Jason Hann (The String Cheese Incicent) & Jamie Janover (Zilla)
7 p.m.                    $30

This is a list of the best of the live music to hear along the Front Range, next week. There are several shows that seem like good options, which also makes for tough decisions, especially when at least a few are on the same day. As usual, I have marked the shows I recommend with an * after the venue’s name. For a more comprehensive list of live music to hear locally, check-out the Coming Attractions page. That’s What I Know, So That’s What I Know!! Enjoy!!



1924- Allan Sherman (singer; “Hello Muddah, Hello Faddah”; died in 1973)

Allan Sherman “Hello Muddah, Hello Faddah” live audio/visual link here.

1929- Johnny Horton (singer; “The Battle Of New Orleans”; died in 1960)

Johnny Horton “North To Alaska” live video link here.

1929- Dick Clark (host of American Bandstand; died in 2012)

1937- Paul Stookey (singer + songwriter w/ Peter Paul & Mary; “Puff The Magic Dragon”, “If I Had A Hammer” + more…)                      78 yrs.

Peter, Paul & Mary w/ Paul Stookey “If I Had A Hammer” live video link here.

1943- Leo Lyons (bassist w/ Ten Years After)                 72 yrs.

1944- Rob Grill (member of Grass Roots; “Midnight Confessions”; died in 2011)

Grass Roots w/ Rob Grill “Midnight Confessions” live video link here.

1945- Roger Glover (bassist w/ Deep Purple; “Smoke On The Water”)     70 yrs.

Deep Purple w/ Roger Glover “Black Night” live video link here

1953- June Pointer (singer w/ The Pointer Sisters; “I’m So Excited”, “Neutron Dance” + more… ; died in 2006)

1953- David Sancious (keyboardist + guitarist; early member of The E-Street Band; worked on Bruce Springsteen’s first three albums)                62 yrs.

1954- George McArdale (member of the Little River Band; “Reminiscing”)         61 yrs.

1955- William Broad a.k.a. Billy Idol (singer w/ Generation X; solo artist; “White Wedding”, “Rebel Yell” + more… ; actor)               60 yrs.

Billy Idol “White Wedding” live video link here.

1957- John Ashton (guitarist w/ Psychedelic Furs; “Heaven”, “Ghost In You”, “Pretty In Pink” + more…)                58 yrs.

Psychedelic Furs w/ John Ashton “Here Come Cowboys” video link here.

1965- Paul Wheeler (member of Icehouse)                   50 yrs.

1968- Des’ree (singer/songwriter; “You Gotta Be”)             47  yrs.

1973- John Moyers (bassist w/ Disturbed)                       42 yrs.

These are your birthdays for today, along with audio/video links for some of the artists. HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO EVERYONE BORN ON THIS DAY!! Enjoy!!



From the title, it may be easy to think that there is a real depth to the list of new releases for the first Friday in December, but you will probably be surprised to find a rather short list this week. Besides Coldplay, Johnny Cash and Israel Vibration, there is also a new album coming out from Tom Jones. There are also some collections being released by Bruce Springsteen and Them. Other than these six, there is not much else to speak of, but I did manage to find a few more to get the list over the ten album mark.

  • Alan Vega (feat. Alex Chilton + Ben Vaughn- “Cubist Blues”
  • Bruce Springsteen- “The Ties That Bind: The River Collection”                 (box set)
  • Coldplay- “A Head Full Of Dreams”
  • Earthrise Soundsystem- “Awakening: Earthrise Soundsystem Project”
  • G-Eazy- “When It’s Dark Out”
  • Israel Vibration- “Play It Real”
  • Johnny Cash- “Man In Black: Live In Denmark 1971”
  • JR & PH7- “The Standard”
  • Rick Ross- “Black Market”
  • Them- “The Complete Them: 1964-1967”              (box set)
  • Tom Jones- “Long Lost Suitcase”

This is the relatively short list of new releases for this Friday, December 4th. I will have the difficult task of choosing one of these albums for a review, and I am pretty sure it won’t be a box set. Check-back on Saturday to see which album I pick and to read the review. That’s What I Know, So That’s What You Know!!


1917- Merle Travis (country singer/songwriter; wrote “Sixteen Tons”; invented the first solid body electric guitar; died in 1983)

Merle Travis “Midnight Special” live video link here

1933- John Mayall (guitarist + singer w/ The Bluesbreakers, which included Eric Clapton, Mick Fleetwood, Jack Bruce, John McVie, Mick Taylor, Peter Green + Jimmy McCulloch)
82 yrs.

John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers “Room To Move” live video link here.

1939- Meco Monardo (composer; “Star Wars Theme”)                     76 yrs.

1941- Denny Doherty (singer + songwriter w/ The Mamas & The Papas; “Monday Monday”; died in 2007)

The Mamas & The Papas w/ Denny Doherty “California Dreamin” video link here.

1944- Felix Cavaliere (keyboardist w/ The Young Rascals; “Groovin”)          71 yrs.

1947- Ronnie Montrose (guitarist w/ Montrose + Edgar Winter Group; “Frankenstein”)
68 yrs.

Ronnie Montrose + Pat Travers “Bad Motor Scooter” live video link here.

1951- Barry Goudreau (guitarist w/ Boston; “Amanda”, “More Than A Feeling” + more…)
64 yrs.

1974- Apl.De.Ap (vocalist w/ Black Eyed Peas; “Where Is The Love?”)           41 yrs.

These are today’s birthdays, along with a few video links for some of the artists. HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO EVERYONE BORN ON THIS DAY!! Enjoy!!



Originally, the list of new releases for this week only had about half of what it usually would. On Wednesday, I discovered a couple more albums, that were slated to come out yesterday including a live compilation from Colorado’s own, Leftover Salmon, titled “25”, which commemorates the band’s 25 year history. The album contains 25 career spanning tracks that were recorded on tour during 2013 and 2014. Led by co-conspirators, Vince Herman and Drew Emmitt, Leftover Salmon may be most commonly linked to bluegrass music, but this band has been crossing genre-lines for a quarter of a century, with a sound that has been self-described as “polyethnic Cajun slamgrass”. Though, there were a couple of other good possibilities for an album review, I was pretty quickly sold on Leftover Salmon’s album because I have been a fan for eighteen years, and it was a steal on iTunes, with over two and a half hours of live performances going for only $9.99.

There is a revival-ish vibe on “Midnight Blues” with Drew on vocals and mandolin, while Bill Payne brings the organ on-board for a little extra spirituality. Andy Thorn has only been with the band for just over five years, but has settled in nicely.

“Keep Driving” is a speed-grass number with Vince singing about time on the road to get back to the one he loves. Vince’s vocal improve becomes a blanket of wonder, that is woven with piano, mandolin and banjo.

The southern honky-tonk of “Gulf Of Mexico” is jazzed-up with the addition of a brass section. Drew gets a little twang going on this cut, but his electric guitar fits the atmosphere, perfectly.

The band goes back to the 90’s with the Vince Herman powered-party/ love song, “Euphoria”. Between the rag-time piano, brass and bluegrass this song is like a Muppet musical in your ears.

Banjo virtuoso, Andy Thorn takes vocal duties on the thoughtful “Behind The Rain”. Thorn’s note-trading with Bill Payne’s piano is gorgeous, while Drew rocks the guitar, during a kick-ass jam.

The Bob Dylan classic, “Tangled Up In Blue”  is given a country-grass work-up, while Vince’s guitar gets a little of the spotlight.

From their 2012 release from the same name, “Aquatic Hitchhiker” starts with some ambient bluegrass, until it becomes a stringed 747, soaring over cliffs and clouds, lakes and deserts with serious momentum. At some points, the playing is so intense, it sounds like the strings are going to begin snapping at any moment. Drummer, Alwyn Robinson is given the room to get experimental with percussion and does a little trio action with Bill Payne and bassist, Greg Garrison.

Vince goes deep-thinking on the appropriately titled, “Woody Guthrie” about the need for another singer-songwriter to tell the stories of what is happening in the world today.

With Little Feat’s Bill Payne on board with Leftover Salmon ,for the last year, or so, it is perfectly natural that they would do the wonderfully memorable Feat gem, “Easy To Slip”. Payne sounds great on vocals and keys, with the rock edge, tempered by a little bluegrass.

A perfect festival number, John Hartford’s “Up On The Hill Where We Do The Boogie” which slips nicely into Leftover Salmon’s eclectic party vibe.

Drew’s high-lonesome vocals are prominent on the lightning fast picker “Down In A Hollow”.

“Liza” seems to be influenced by at least one song of a similar name, but is given more modern lyrics and a Caribbean flare, courtesy of Bill Payne.

The band takes things in a B.B. King “Thrill Is Gone” direction while over-lapping genres on the groovy “Here Comes The Night”, made even more-so by the horns and Bill Payne’s organ work.

Vince takes the lead on the vintage “Rag Mama Rag”, which is folk-rock accompanied by the horns.

“Dark Green Thing” is a celtic excursion with Drew on fiddle to take it back to the old world. Things take more of a psychedelic turn after a couple of minutes and everyone has a hand in the auditory awesomeness of Leftover Salmon’s idea of ‘space and drums’

The band digs into the traditional treasure trove for “Reuben’s Train”, which is handed a steady groove to keep the train on the tracks.

If a 25 year-old band knows about anything, it is travelling at night, which is documented well on the high-energy “All Night Ride”.

The mountains meet the islands on the stoner ballad “She Took Off My Romeos”, complete with a short sing-a-long.

Drew delivers phenomenal vocals on the country-funk of “Light In The Woods”.

“Tu N’as Pas Aller” is a French Quarter zydeco sprinkled track, that is sat right on Bourbon Street with the horns.

The band heads a more traditional bluegrass direction on the team powered “Gold Hill Line”.

There is a leisurely vibe on “One Of These Days” with Vince singing about all of the things he;s going to do. This tune is true Americana or maybe something more like muddy-grass.

One of Leftover’s best songs, “River’s Rising” is touched by some clean and clear vocals by Drew Emmitt. This cut builds and then busts out, like a dam breaking, before settling into a little bit of reggae.

I am a huge fan of Violent Femmes, but am not really excited about most of this cover of “Blister In The Sun”. The lyrical delivery is not  as committed as it should be and for once, Vince’s little rap in the middle of a song, is not as compelling or natural.

“Big Railroad Blues”, which was once a staple for the Grateful Dead is an American roots tune about something many kids glamorize in their minds. The brass gives this song a little more of a boogie woogie feel and is a welcome addition.

Here’s to the last 25 years and to the next 25, as well. Other than the “Blister In The Sun”, every track is a masterpiece of musicianship and improvisation. This album may be close to three hours long, but it just makes me want to go see Leftover Salmon, live. They are a highly underrated band with the ability to go to the mountaintop on old-school bluegrass tunes, while often burying the roots under phenomenal jams. I can truthfully say, that “25” may be at the top of the list, for best album of the year, but that will come next month. I recommend this album to fans of Phish, Yonder Mountain String Band and The String Cheese Incident. That’s What I Know, So That’s What You Know!! Enjoy!!



1929- Berry Gordy (composer + founder of Motown Records; former boxer)     86 yrs.

1943- Randy Newman (singer/songwriter/composer/pianist; “Short People”, “I Love L.A.” + more… ; has done music for many soundtracks)                72 yrs.

Randy Newman “Rednecks” live video link here.

1948- Beeb Birtles (multi-instrumentalist w/ The Little River Band; “Reminiscing”)      67 yrs.

1962- Matt Cameron (drummer w/ Pearl Jam + Soundgarden; “Outshined”, “Rusty Cage” + more…)                    53 yrs.

Soundgarden w/ Matt Cameron “Outshined” video link here.

1968- Dawn Robinson (singer w/ En Vogue; “My Lovin”)                    47 yrs.

1970- Matt Cheslin (bassist w/ Ned’s Atomic Dustbin; “Happy”)            45 yrs.
No Photos Available.

1983- Rostam Batmanglij (songwriter, producer + multi-instrumentalist w/ Vampire Weekend)               32 yrs.

Vampire Weekend w/ Rostam Batmanglij “Diane Young” video link here.

These are your birthdays for today, along with video links for a couple of the artists. HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO EVERYONE BORN ON THIS DAY!! Enjoy!!



1935- Al Jackson (drummer w/ Booker T & The MG’s; “Time Is Tight”, “Green Onions” + more… ; died in 1975)

1941- Eddie Rabbitt (singer/songwriter; “I Love A Rainy Night”; his music was recorded by Tom Jones, Elvis Presley + Dr. Hook; died in 1998)

Eddie Rabbit “I Love A Rainy Night” live video link here.

1942- Jimi Hendrix (guitarist/singer/songwriter; “Purple Haze”, “Foxey Lady”, “Little Wing”, “If 6 Was 9” + more… ;fronted the Jimi Hendrix Experience + Band Of Gipsies; the most influential guitarist of all time; died in 1970)

Jimi Hendrix “Voodoo Child” live video link here.

1944- Dave Winthrop (sax w/ Supertramp; “The Logical Song”)           71 yrs.

1945- Randy Brecker (trumpeter w/ Blood Sweat & Tears; “You’ve Made Me So Very Happy”)                          70 yrs.

1959- Charlie Burchill (guitarist w/ Simple Minds; “Don’t You Forget About Me”)           56 yrs.

Simple Minds w/ Charlie Burchill “All The Things She Said” video link here.

1962- Charlie Benante (member of Anthrax; “Got The Time”)          53 yrs.

1962- Mike Bordin (drummer w/ Faith No More; “I’m Easy”)         53 yrs.

Faith No More w/ Mike Bordin “Everything’s Ruined” video link here

1965- Fiachna O’Braonain (member of Hothouse Flowers; “Don’t Go”)         50 yrs.

Hothouse Flowers w/ Fiachna O’Braonian “Don’t Go” live video link here.

1965- Wallis Buchannan (member of Jamiroquai; “Virtual Insanity”)          50 yrs.

1971- Terry Corso (guitarist w/ Alien Ant Farm)               44 yrs.

1973- Carl Terrell Mitchell a.k.a. Twista (rapper)          42 yrs.

1980- Jackie Greene (singer/songwriter/keyboardist, guitarist + harmonica player; has toured with Bob Weir and Phil Lesh of The Grateful Dead; former member of The Black Crowes + Trigger Hippy; solo artist)             35 yrs.

Trigger Hippy  w/ Jackie Greene “Tennessee Mud” live video link here.

These are your birthdays for today, along with video links for some of the artists. HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO EVERYONE BORN ON THIS DAY!! Enjoy!!





I’d like to wish everyone a happy and safe Thanksgiving!! In honor of the holiday, I decided to post links for a few videos that have to do with being thankful. Thanks For Following!!Enjoy!!

Dido “Thank You” video link here.

Sly & The Family Stone “Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)” live video link here.

Beastie Boys “Gratitude” video link here.

Page & Plant “Thank You” live video link here.

Poi Dog Pondering “Thanksgiving” live video link here.

Idris Elba “Thank You For Freedom” audio link here.



1939- Annie Mae Bullock a.k.a. Tina Turner (singer; was married to and performed w/ Ike  Turner; “Proud Mary”, “River Deep & Mountain High”; solo artist; “Private Dancer”, “What’s Love Got To Do With It” + more…)            76 yrs.

Tina Turner “Proud Mary” live video link here.

1944- Jean Terrell (vocalist; joined The Supremes in 1970 to replace Diana Ross)        71 yrs.

1944- Alan Henderson (member of Them; “Here Comes The Night”)           71 yrs.
No Photo Available.

1945- John McVie (bassist w/  Fleetwood Mac; “Don’t Stop”, “Little Lies” + “Dreams”)
70 yrs.

Fleetwood Mac w/ John McVie “Go Your Own Way” live video link here.

1964- Adam Gaynor (guitarist w/ Matchbox 20; “Push”, “3 a.m.” + more…)          51 yrs.

1967 John Stirratt (bassist, multi-instrumentalist + vocalist w/ Wilco)            48 yrs.

Wilco w/ John Stirratt “Impossible Germany” live video link here.

1970- Ron Jones (guitarist w/ The Flaming Lips; “Do You Realize?”)             45 yrs.

1981- Natasha Bedingfield (singer/songwriter)                34 yrs.

Natasha Bedingfield “These Words” video link here.

1984- Benjamin Wysocki (drummer w/ The Fray)          31 yrs.

These are your birthdays for today, along with links for a few of the artists. HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO EVERYONE BORN ON THIS DAY!! Enjoy!!



1940- Percy Sledge (soul singer; “When A Man Loves A Woman”)        75 yrs.

Percy Sledge “When A Man Loves A Woman” live video link here.

1950- Jocelyn Brown (singer; worked w/ Bob Dylan, John Lennon + Bruce Springsteen)
65 yrs.

1959- Steve Rothery (guitarist w/ Marillion; “Kayleigh”)             56 yrs.

1960- Amy Grant (Christian/pop singer; “Baby Baby”)             55 yrs.

Amy Grant “El Shaddai” live video link here.

1967- Rodney Sheppard (guitarist w/ Sugar Ray)                     48 yrs.

These are your birthdays for today, along with live video links for a couple of the artists. HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO EVERYONE BORN ON THIS DAY!! Enjoy!!