Monthly Archives: January 2016

Quote Of The Week

“Who overcomes by force, hath overcome but half his foe.”

— John Milton

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This Week In Music (24-30 January)

Songs at Number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 Charts on 24 Jan:

There! I’ve Said It Again by Bobby Vinton, 1964
Downtown by Petula Clark, 1965
We Can Work It Out by The Beatles, 1966
I’m A Believer by The Monkees, 1967
Judy In Disguise (With Glasses) by John Fred and His Playboy Band, 1968
I Heard It Through The Grapevine by Marvin Gaye, 1969
Raindrops Keep Fallin’ On My Head by B.J. Thomas, 1970
Knock Three Times by Dawn, 1971
American Pie by Don McLean, 1972
You’re So Vain by Carly Simon, 1973

Other notables this week:

Surfin’ Bird by The Trashmen, peaked at Number 4 in 1964
The Name Game by Shirley Ellis, peaked at Number 3 in 1965
Hold What You’ve Got by Joe Tex, peaked at Number 5 in 1965
How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) by Marvin Gaye, peaked at Number 6 in 1965
Keep Searchin’ by Del Shannon, peaked at Number 9 in 1965
Barbara-Ann by The Beach Boys, peaked at Number 2 in 1966
As Tears Go By by The Rolling Stones, peaked at Number 6 in 1966
Jenny Take A Ride! by Mitch Ryder and The Detroit Wheels, peaked at Number 10 in 1966
Tell It Like It Is by Aaron Neville, peaked at Number 2 in 1967
Nashville Cats by The Lovin’ Spoonful, peaked at Number 8 in 1967
Bend Me, Shape Me by American Breed, peaked at Number 5 in 1968
Lonely Days by The Bee Gees, peaked at Number 3 in 1971
Groove Me by King Floyd, peaked at Number 6 in 1971
Clean Up Woman by Betty Wright, peaked at Number 6 in 1972
Your Momma Don’t Dance by Ken Loggins with Jim Messina, peaked at Number 4 in 1973

Number One Albums debuting this week on the Billboard Album Charts:

Pearl by Janis Joplin, 1971
Dueling Banjos by Eric Weissberg, 1973

Other notable albums debuting this week:

Yesterday’s Love Songs/Today’s Blues by Nancy Wilson, released in 1964, peaked at Number 4
The Wonderful World Of Andy Williams by Andy Williams, released in 1964, peaked at Number 9
John Wesley Harding by Bob Dylan, released in 1968, peaked at Number 2
Chicago III by Chicago, released in 1971, peaked at Number 2
Phase-III by The Osmonds, released in 1972, peaked at Number 10

Birthdays:

Arthur Rubinstein, 28 January 1887
Muir Mathieson, 24 January 1911
Skitch Henderson, 27 January 1918
David Seville, 27 January 1919
Antonio Carlos Jobim, 25 January 1927
Don Shirley, 29 January 1927
Mr. Acker Bilk, 28 January 1929
Bobby “Blue” Bland, 27 January 1930
Billy Mitchell, 30 January 1931
Frank Assunto, 29 January 1932
Huey “Piano” Smith, 26 January 1934
Noel Harrison, 29 January 1934
Doug Kershaw, 24 January 1936
Horst Jankowski, 30 January 1936
Bruce Tate, 27 January 1937
Jeanne Pruett, 30 January 1937
Etta James, 25 January 1938
Ray Stevens, 24 January 1939
Marshall Leib, 26 January 1939
Norma Tanega, 30 January 1939
Neil Diamond, 24 January 1941
Aaron Neville, 24 January 1941
Claudine Longet, 29 January 1942
Marty Balin, 30 January 1942
Jean Knight, 26 January 1943
Brian Keenan, 28 January 1943
Merrilee Rush, 26 January 1944
Nick Mason, 27 January 1944
Warren Zevon, 24 January 1947
Andy Pratt, 25 January 1947
David Byron, 29 January 1947
Steve Marriott, 30 January 1947
Kim Gardner, 27 January 1948
John Belushi, 24 January 1949
Tommy Ramone, 29 January 1949
William King, 30 January 1949
Barbi Benton, 28 January 1950
Seth Justman, 27 January 1951
Phil Collins, 30 January 1951
Eddie Van Halen, 26 January 1955
Amii Stewart, 29 January 1956
Edmund Sylvers, 25 January 1957

Remembrances:

Al Nevins, 25 January 1965
James “Shep” Sheppard, 24 January 1970
Mahalia Jackson, 27 January 1972
Chris Kenner, 25 January 1976
Professor Longhair, 30 January 1980
Candy Givens, 30 January 1984
Eddie Cano, 30 January 1988
Donnie Elbert, 26 January 1989
Exuma, 25 January 1997
Robert Shaw, 25 January 1999
Andy Kulberg, 28 January 2002
Steve Caldwell, 28 January 2002
Ray Peterson, 25 January 2005
Jim Capaldi, 28 January 2005
Gene McFadden, 27 January 2006
Jeff Salen, 26 January 2008
Billy Powell, 28 January 2009
Hank Crawford, 29 January 2009
Orlando Cole, 25 January 2010
Jane Jarvis, 25 January 2010
Shirley Collie Nelson, 27 January 2010
Patricia Leonard, 28 January 2010
Warren King, 29 January 2010
Tom Howard, 29 January 2010
Barrie Lee Hall, Jr., 24 January 2011
Gladys Horton, 26 January 2011
Charlie Louvin, 26 January 2011
Don Rondo, 27 January 2011
Milton Babbitt, 29 January 2011
Emanuel Vardi, 29 January 2011
Patricia Neway, 24 January 2012
Mark Reale, 25 January 2012
Clare Fischer, 26 January 2012
Robert Turner, 26 January 2012
Kay Davis, 27 January 2012
Ted Dicks, 27 January 2012
Kell Osborne, 29 January 2012
Camilla Williams, 29 January 2012
Gregory Carroll, 25 January 2013
Leroy Bonner, 26 January 2013
Butch Morris, 29 January 2013
Patty Andrews, 30 January 2013
Ann Rabson, 30 January 2013
Arthur Doyle, 25 January 2014
Rusty York, 26 January 2014
Pete Seeger, 27 January 2014
Dwight Gustafson, 28 January 2014
The Mighty Hannibal, 30 January 2014
Neil Levang, 26 January 2015
Lester McCumbers, 26 January 2015
Danny McCulloch, 29 January 2015
Rod McKuen, 29 January 2015

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Quote Of The Week

“The most important thing in communication is hearing what isn’t said.”

— Peter Drucker

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This Week In Music (17-23 January)

Songs at Number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 Charts on 17 Jan:

There! I’ve Said It Again by Bobby Vinton, 1964
I Feel Fine by The Beatles, 1965
We Can Work It Out by The Beatles, 1966
I’m A Believer by The Monkees, 1967
Hello Goodbye by The Beatles, 1968
I Heard It Through The Grapevine by Marvin Gaye, 1969
Raindrops Keep Fallin’ On My Head by B.J. Thomas, 1970
My Sweet Lord / Isn’t It A Pity by George Harrison, 1971
American Pie by Don McLean, 1972
You’re So Vain by Carly Simon, 1973

Other notables this week:

Forget Him by Bobby Rydell, peaked at Number 4 in 1964
Drag City by Jan and Dean, peaked at Number 10 in 1964
Day Tripper by The Beatles, peaked at Number 5 in 1966
A Must To Avoid by Herman’s Hermits, peaked at Number 8 in 1966
You Didn’t Have To Be So Nice by The Lovin’ Spoonful, peaked at Number 10 in 1966
Words Of Love by The Mamas and The Papas, peaked at Number 5 in 1967
Standing In The Shadows Of Love by The Four Tops, peaked at Number 6 in 1967
Tell It To The Rain by The 4 Seasons, peaked at Number 10 in 1967
Chain Of Fools by Aretha Franklin, peaked at Number 2 in 1968
If I Could Build My Whole World Around You by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell, peaked at Number 10 in 1968
Soulful Strut by Young-Holt Unlimited, peaked at Number 3 in 1969
Son Of A Preacher Man by Dusty Springfield, peaked at Number 10 in 1969
Jam Up Jelly Tight by Tommy Roe, peaked at Number 8 in 1970
Midnight Cowboy by Ferrante and Teicher, peaked at Number 10 in 1970
Stoney End by Barbra Streisand, peaked at Number 6 in 1971
Your Song by Elton John, peaked at Number 8 in 1971
It’s Impossible by Perry Como, peaked at Number 10 in 1971
You Are Everything by The Stylistics, peaked at Number 9 in 1972
Sugar Daddy by The Jackson 5, peaked at Number 10 in 1972
Rockin’ Pneumonia And The Boogie Woogie Flue by Johnny Rivers, peaked at Number 6 in 1973
Smokin’ In The Boys’ Room by Brownsville Station, peaked at Number 3 in 1974
I’ve Got To Use My Imagination by Gladys Knight and The Pips, peaked at Number 4 in 1974

Notable albums debuting this week:

You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’ by The Righteous Brothers, released in 1965, peaked at Number 4
Blue Midnight by Bert Kaempfert and His Orchestra, released in 1965, peaked at Number 5
Switched-On Bach by Walter Carlos, released in 1969, peaked at Number 10
Diana Ross Presents The Jackson 5 by The Jackson 5, released in 1970, peaked at Number 5
Tumbleweed Connection by Elton John, released in 1971, peaked at Number 5
Fragile by Yes, released in 1972, peaked at Number 4
Pictures At An Exhibition by Emerson, Lake and Palmer, released in 1972, peaked at Number 10
Prelude by Deodato, released in 1973, peaked at Number 3
Moving Waves by Focus, released in 1973, peaked at Number 8

Birthdays:

Leadbelly, 20 January 1888
Sid Ramin, 22 January 1919
Slim Whitman, 20 January 1923
Earl Grant, 20 January 1931
Sam Cooke, 22 January 1931
Russ Hamilton, 19 January 1932
Ron Townson, 20 January 1933
Dorothy Provine, 20 January 1935
Wolfman Jack, 21 January 1938
Phil Everly, 19 January 1939
Addie “Micki” Harris, 22 January 1940
Joe Dowell, 23 January 1940
Bobby Goldsboro, 18 January 1941
David Ruffin, 18 January 1941
Richie Havens, 21 January 1941
Keith Barbour, 21 January 1941
Placido Domingo, 21 January 1941
William Powell, 20 January 1942
Mac Davis, 21 January 1942
Edwin Starr, 21 January 1942
Chris Montez, 17 January 1943
Dave Greenslade, 18 January 1943
Janis Joplin, 19 January 1943
Shelley Fabares, 19 January 1944
Laurie London, 19 January 1944
Domenic Troiano, 17 January 1946
Dolly Parton, 19 January 1946
Malcolm McLaren, 22 January 1946
Anita Pointer, 23 January 1948
Mick Taylor, 17 January 1949
Robert Palmer, 19 January 1949
Steve Perry, 22 January 1949
Ian Hill, 20 January 1951
Lee “Dewey” Bunnell, 19 January 1952
Paul Stanley, 20 January 1952
Robin Zander, 23 January 1953
Cheryl Bentyne, 17 January 1954
Richard Finch, 23 January 1954
Steve Earle, 17 January 1955

Remembrances:

Billy Stewart, 17 January 1970
Terry Kath, 23 January 1978
Tommy Tucker, 22 January 1982
Lamar Williams, 21 January 1983
Jackie Wilson, 21 January 1984
Steve Wahrer, 21 January 1989
Allen Collins, 23 January 1990
Piet Sweval, 23 January 1990
Gerry Mulligan, 20 January 1996
Frankie “Cannibal” Garcia, 21 January 1996
Ron Holden, 22 January 1997
Carl Perkins, 19 January 1998
Bill Albaugh, 20 January 1999
Charles Brown, 21 January 1999
Brother Jack McDuff, 23 January 2001
Peggy Lee, 21 January 2002
Charlie Webber, 17 January 2003
Mike Ramsden, 17 January 2004
Billy May, 22 January 2004
Wilson Pickett, 19 January 2006
Luther Rabb, 21 January 2006
Denny Doherty, 19 January 2007
John Stewart, 19 January 2008
Tommy Hoover, 20 January 2008
Kate McGarrigle, 18 January 2010
Ian Christie, 19 January 2010
Robert Lester, 21 January 2010
Robert “Squirrel” Lester, 21 January 2010
Earl Wild, 23 January 2010
Don Kirshner, 17 January 2011
Bobby Poe, 22 January 2011
Johnny Otis, 17 January 2012
Larry Butler, 20 January 2012
Etta James, 20 January 2012
John Levy, 20 January 2012
Gerre Hancock, 21 January 2012
Claude Black, 17 January 2013
Sophiya Haque, 17 January 2013
Bobby Bennett, 18 January 2013
John Braheny, 19 January 2013
Steve Knight, 19 January 2013
Mike Rashkow, 23 January 2013
Joe Evans, 17 January 2014
Dennis Frederiksen, 18 January 2014
Steven Fromholz, 19 January 2014
Al Lerner, 19 January 2014
Tony Pabón, 21 January 2014
Cynthia Layne, 18 January 2015
Dallas Taylor, 18 January 2015
Oscar Hayes, 19 January 2015
Ward Swingle, 19 January 2015
Edgar Froese, 20 January 2015
Rose Marie McCoy, 20 January 2015
Joan Hinde, 22 January 2015

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Quote Of The Week

“If you look at what you have in life, you’ll always have more. If you look at what you don’t have in life, you’ll never have enough.”

— Oprah Winfrey

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This Week In Music (10-16 January)

Songs at Number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 Charts on 10 Jan:

There! I’ve Said It Again by Bobby Vinton, 1964
I Feel Fine by The Beatles, 1965
We Can Work It Out by The Beatles, 1966
I’m A Believer by The Monkees, 1967
Hello Goodbye by The Beatles, 1968
I Heard It Through The Grapevine by Marvin Gaye, 1969
Raindrops Keep Fallin’ On My Head by B.J. Thomas, 1970
My Sweet Lord / Isn’t It A Pity by George Harrison, 1971
Brand New Key by Melanie, 1972
You’re So Vain by Carly Simon, 1973

Other notables this week:

Popsicles And Icicles by The Murmaids, peaked at Number 3 in 1964
The Nitty Gritty by Shirley Ellis, peaked at Number 8 in 1964
Love Potion Number Nine by The Searchers, peaked at Number 3 in 1965
The Jerk by The Larks, peaked at Number 7 in 1965
Five O’Clock World by The Vogues, peaked at Number 4 in 1966
Good Thing by Paul Revere and The Raiders, peaked at Number 4 in 1967
Woman, Woman by The Union Gap featuring Gary Puckett, peaked at Number 4 in 1968
I’m Gonna Make You Love Me by The Supremes and The Temptations, peaked at Number 2 in 1969
Wichita Lineman by Glen Campbell, peaked at Number 3 in 1969
Hooked On A Feeling by B.J. Thomas, peaked at Number 5 in 1969
La La La (If I Had You) by Bobby Sherman, peaked at Number 9 in 1970
Sunshine by Jonathan Edwards, peaked at Number 4 in 1972
I’d Like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony) by The New Seekers, peaked at Number 7 in 1972
Hey Girl / I Knew You When by Donny Osmond, peaked at Number 9 in 1972
Superfly by Curtis Mayfield, peaked at Number 8 in 1973
Keeper of The Castle by The Four Tops, peaked at Number 10 in 1973
Never, Never Gonna Give Ya Up by Barry White, peaked at Number 7 in 1974
Living For The City by Stevie Wonder, peaked at Number 8 in 1974
Helen Wheels by Paul McCartney and Wings, peaked at Number 10 in 1974

Notable albums debuting this week:

South Of The Border by Herb Alpert and The Tijuana Brass, released in 1965, peaked at Number 6
The Plastic Ono Band – Live Peace In Toronto 1969 by John Lennon, released in 1970, peaked at Number 10

Birthdays:

Billy Butterfield, 14 January 1917
Slim Harpo, 11 January 1924
Don Cherry, 11 January 1924
Ray Price, 12 January 1926
Johnnie Ray, 10 January 1927
Ruth Brown, 12 January 1928
Glenn Yarbrough, 12 January 1930
Johnny Grande, 14 January 1930
Bob Bogle, 16 January 1934
Ronnie Hawkins, 10 January 1935
Clarence Carter, 14 January 1936
Edward “Sonny” Bivins, 15 January 1936
Bob Relf, 10 January 1937
C.P. Spencer, 13 January 1938
Jack Jones, 14 January 1938
Allen Toussaint, 14 January 1938
Scott McKenzie, 10 January 1939
Sal Mineo, 10 January 1939
William Lee Golden, 12 January 1939
Long John Baldry, 12 January 1941
Carl Dobkins, Jr., 13 January 1941
Captain Beefheart, 15 January 1941
Charo, 15 January 1941
Clarence Clemons, 11 January 1942
Barbara Lynn, 16 January 1942
Jim Croce, 10 January 1943
Ronnie Milsap, 16 January 1943
Jim Stafford, 16 January 1944
Rod Stewart, 10 January 1945
Maggie Bell, 12 January 1945
Abrim Tilmon, 12 January 1945
Naomi Judd, 11 January 1946
George Duke, 12 January 1946
Bobby Bloom, 15 January 1946
Donald Fagen, 10 January 1948
Fayette Pinkney, 10 January 1948
Ronnie Van Zant, 15 January 1948
Charles Tumahai, 14 January 1949
Lamar Williams, 14 January 1949
Lee Ritenour, 11 January 1952
Pat Benatar, 10 January 1953
Trevor Rabin, 13 January 1954

Remembrances:

David Seville, 16 January 1972
Howlin’ Wolf, 10 January 1976
Donny Hathaway, 13 January 1979
Andre Kostelanetz, 13 January 1980
Joe Farrell, 10 January 1986
Jerry Nolan, 14 January 1992
Nilsson, 15 January 1994
Ruby Starr, 14 January 1995
Artie Dunn, 15 January 1996
Junior Wells, 15 January 1998
Barry Pritchard, 11 January 1999
William “Dub” Jones, 16 January 2000
Bob Braun, 15 January 2001
Mickey Finn, 11 January 2003
Maurice Gibb, 12 January 2003
Randy Vanwarmer, 12 January 2004
Spencer Dryden, 11 January 2005
James Griffin, 11 January 2005
Alice Coltrane, 12 January 2007
Michael Brecker, 13 January 2007
James “Pookie” Hudson, 16 January 2007
Rod Allen, 10 January 2008
Leroy Smith, 15 January 2009
Dick Johnson, 10 January 2010
Jayne Walton Rosen, 10 January 2010
Mick Green, 11 January 2010
Brian Damage, 12 January 2010
Teddy Pendergrass, 13 January 2010
Teddy Pendergrass, 13 January 2010
Jay Reatard, 13 January 2010
Ed Thigpen, 13 January 2010
Carl Smith, 16 January 2010
Jimmy Wyble, 16 January 2010
Margaret Whiting, 10 January 2011
Marty Gold, 14 January 2011
Steve Prestwich, 16 January 2011
Chuck Metcalf, 11 January 2012
David Whitaker, 11 January 2012
Rosalind Runcie, 12 January 2012
Robbie France, 14 January 2012
Jimmy Castor, 16 January 2012
Liz Lands, 11 January 2013
Jimmy O’Neill, 11 January 2013
John Wilkinson, 11 January 2013
Precious Bryant, 12 January 2013
Daphne Anderson, 15 January 2013
Nic Potter, 16 January 2013
Gary Grimshaw, 13 January 2014
Ronny Jordan, 13 January 2014
Pierre F. Brault, 14 January 2014
Bud Spangler, 16 January 2014
Tim Drummond, 10 January 2015
George Probert, 10 January 2015
A. J. Masters, 12 January 2015
Frank Glazer, 13 January 2015
Ronnie Ronalde, 13 January 2015
Trevor Ward-Davies, 13 January 2015
Ervin Drake, 15 January 2015
Kim Fowley, 15 January 2015

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Quote Of The Week

“Each of us must work for his own improvement, and at the same time share a general responsibility for all humanity.”

— Marie Curie

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This Week In Music (3-9 January)

Songs at Number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 Charts on 3 Jan:

Dominique by The Singing Nun, 1964
I Feel Fine by The Beatles, 1965
Sound Of Silence by Simon and Garfunkel, 1966
I’m A Believer by The Monkees, 1967
Hello Goodbye by The Beatles, 1968
I Heard It Through The Grapevine by Marvin Gaye, 1969
Raindrops Keep Fallin’ On My Head by B.J. Thomas, 1970
My Sweet Lord / Isn’t It A Pity by George Harrison, 1971
Brand New Key by Melanie, 1972
Me And Mrs. Jones by Billy Paul, 1973

Other notables this week:

Talk Back Trembling Lips by Johnny Tillotson, peaked at Number 7 in 1964
Quicksand by Martha and The Vandellas, peaked at Number 8 in 1964
Midnight Mary by Joey Powers, peaked at Number 10 in 1964
Amen by The Impressions, peaked at Number 7 in 1965
She’s Just My Style by Gary Lewis and The Playboys, peaked at Number 3 in 1966
Flowers On The Wall by The Statler Brothers, peaked at Number 4 in 1966
Ebb Tide by The Righteous Brothers, peaked at Number 5 in 1966
Cloud Nine by The Temptations, peaked at Number 6 in 1969
Black Magic Woman by Santana, peaked at Number 4 in 1971
Scorpio by Dennis Coffey and The Detroit Guitar Band, peaked at Number 6 in 1972
Funny Face by Donna Fargo, peaked at Number 5 in 1973

Notable albums debuting this week:

Wildflowers by Judy Collins, released in 1968, peaked at Number 5
Soulful Strut by Young-Holt Unlimited, released in 1969, peaked at Number 9
Engelbert Humperdinck by Englebert Humperdinck, released in 1970, peaked at Number 5
The Concert For Bangla Desh by George Harrison, released in 1972, peaked at Number 2
Hot Rocks 1964-1971 by The Rolling Stones, released in 1972, peaked at Number 4

Birthdays:

Jean-Pierre Rampal, 7 January 1922
Lenny Dee, 5 January 1923
Earl Scruggs, 6 January 1924
George Martin, 3 January 1926
Domenico Modugno, 9 January 1928
Wilbert Harrison, 5 January 1929
Jack Greene, 7 January 1930
Jimmie Arnold, 4 January 1932
Nino Tempo, 6 January 1935
Elvis Presley, 8 January 1935
Eldee Young, 7 January 1936
Doris Troy, 6 January 1937
Shirley Bassey, 8 January 1937
Paul Revere, 7 January 1938
Van McCoy, 6 January 1940
Little Anthony, 8 January 1941
Joan Baez, 9 January 1941
Roy Head, 9 January 1941
Kenneth “Wally” Kelly, 9 January 1941
John McLaughlin, 4 January 1942
Danny Williams, 7 January 1942
Lefty Baker, 7 January 1942
Jon Lucien, 8 January 1942
David Oliver, 8 January 1942
Michael Zager, 3 January 1943
Jimmy Page, 9 January 1944
Stephen Stills, 3 January 1945
John Paul Jones, 3 January 1946
Robert John, 3 January 1946
Arthur Conley, 4 January 1946
Syd Barrett, 6 January 1946
Robby Krieger, 8 January 1946
Shirley Brown, 6 January 1947
Sandy Denny, 6 January 1947
David Bowie, 8 January 1947
Larry McNeely, 3 January 1948
Kenny Loggins, 7 January 1948
Cassie Gaines, 9 January 1948
Tim Hart, 9 January 1948
David Johansen, 9 January 1950
Crystal Gayle, 9 January 1951
Patty Loveless, 4 January 1957
Marcel King, 4 January 1958
Michael Stipe, 4 January 1960
Dave Matthews, 9 January 1967

Remembrances:

Dick Kesner, 8 January 1962
Charles Mingus, 5 January 1979
Georgeanna Tillman Gordon, 6 January 1980
Larry Williams, 7 January 1980
Carl White, 7 January 1980
Phil Lynott, 4 January 1986
Eddie Heywood, 3 January 1989
Harold Lucas, 6 January 1994
John Gary, 4 January 1998
Ken Forssi, 5 January 1998
Sonny Bono, 5 January 1998
Les Brown, 4 January 2001
Bo Savich, 4 January 2002
King Biscuit Boy, 5 January 2003
John Guerin, 5 January 2004
Lou Rawls, 6 January 2006
Ron Asheton, 6 January 2009
“Dave Dee” Harmon, 9 January 2009
Joyce Collins, 3 January 2010
Neil Christian, 4 January 2010
Tony Clarke, 4 January 2010
Willie Mitchell, 5 January 2010
Grady Chapman, 4 January 2011
Gerry Rafferty, 4 January 2011
Bob Weston, 3 January 2012
Kerry McGregor, 4 January 2012
Gordon W. Bowie, 5 January 2012
Tom Ardolino, 6 January 2012
W. Francis McBeth, 6 January 2012
Dave Alexander, 8 January 2012
Ernie Carson, 9 January 2012
Bridie Gallagher, 9 January 2012
Sammy Johns, 4 January 2013
Tandyn Almer, 8 January 2013
Trevor Gordon, 9 January 2013
Willis Page, 9 January 2013
Phil Everly, 3 January 2014
H. Owen Reed, 6 January 2014
Roy Campbell, Jr., 9 January 2014
Lance Diamond, 4 January 2015
King Sporty, 5 January 2015
Andraé Crouch, 8 January 2015
Patsy Garrett, 8 January 2015
Curtis Lee, 8 January 2015
Ray McFall, 8 January 2015

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