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Also born July 10th:


Ronny Dio (Black Sabbath, others), deceased 

Greg Kihn (Jeopardy)

Jessica Simpson

 

 

 

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July 10

 

Mavis Staples.         81

 

Jerry Miller.              77

  (Moby Grape)

 

Arlo Guthrie.        73

 

Dave Smalley       71

 (Raspberries)

 

Neil Tennant        66

 (Pet Shop Boys)

 

Bela Fleck          62

 

Gary LeVox        50

(Rascal Flatts)

 

Imelda May       46

 

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Also born July 9th:

 

Don McPherson (Main Ingredient), deceased

Bon Scott (AC/DC), deceased

Joe Micelli (John Fred&the Playboy band),

deceased
Mitch Mitchell (Jimmy Hendrix

Experience), deceased

Gwen Guthrie (worked with Aretha,

Madonna, others, deceased

DH Peligro (Dead Kennedys, Red hot chili 

peppers)

Jim Kerr (Simple Minds)

Jack White (White Stripes)

 

 

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July 9

 

Ed Ames.         93

 

Dee Dee Kennebrew    75

      (Crystals)

 

John Tesh         68

 

Debbie Sledge    66

 

Marc Almond      63

  (Soft Cell)

 

Courtney Love     56

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I watched the show, also, and was very disappointed. It wasn't what I had expected and was not at all like the other virtual concerts that have been aired recently. There wasn't even a birthday greeting from Sir Paul. The video shown had been aired on YT after the concert last year. It was great seeing them together, but nothing new.

 

It looked like it was all thrown together at the last minute. Some of the videos were poor quality and the spliced together ones were awful.

 

I don't mind that the musicians are having these "concerts" as fundraisers. A few weeks ago, Paul Simon and Edie Brickell, with support from Willie Nelson, hosted A Night for Austin virtual concert that raised $600,000 in support of our local musicians, artists, and food bank. The videos were all good quality, and a lot of the musicians were old timers from 70's Austin. It was a real throw back experience. To the extent that I can, I don't mind supporting our local arts community.

 

 

"Music can change the world because it can change people." - Bono
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I watched the show. First I have to say

that I’m not enjoying any of these virtual concerts/shows. No way can they capture

the heart of a live show. Although I enjoyed

the clips of the Beatles and some of the

music, it pains me to watch people destroy

a Beatles song. Being brutally honest,

Sheryl Crow can’t even come close to

recapturing the wonder and genius

that is “All you need is love” It was

awful. But what I dislike most of all

is the need to try and extract money

from me for all these charities.
I don’t know if I will even watch

 these types of shows anymore.

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I'd like to hear from anyone who watched Ringos' 80th birthday show on AXS.

Personally, I thought it was embarrassing. If that's the best they could do for a legend, why bother.

 

 

 

 

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July 8

 

Steve Lawrence.         85

 

Jaimoe Johanson.     76

(Allman Brothers)

 

Raffi           72

 

Toby Keith.   59

 

Andy Fletcher.     59

(Depeche Mode)

 

Joan Osbourne.     58

 

Beck.            50

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Happy 80th BD to Sir Ringo! Don’t forget

to show peace and love at noon today

for him!

 

Also born July 7th:

 

Jim Rodford (Argent, Kinks), deceased

Larry Reinhardt (Iron Butterfly), deceased

 

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July 7

 

Ringo.         80

 

Warren Entner      77

 (Grass Roots)

 

David Hodo        73

(Village People)

 

Mark White.       58

(Spin Doctors)

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