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1941 – He was a born on the 15th of March this year in Los Angeles, California. He was mainly the lead singer of the Beach Boys. He shared the role with Brian Wilson during the band’s early years.   1961 – He started his career in the band this year; he was the lead ..

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1910 – He was born on the 29th day of June of this year in New York City. He never studied music formally, although he could not help coming under its influence in his childhood. His father was a distinguished German-born teacher of classical piano and his older brother, Arthur, was a renowned concert pianist. ..

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1932 – He was born Richard Wayne Penniman on the 5th day of this year in Macon, Georgia.   1951 – He began his recording this year. ‘The Prince of the Blues’, Little Richard had recorded songs for the Peacock Records label between this year until 1954, including "Little Richard’s Boogie.   1952 – His ..

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1915 – Born on March 28th in McDonald, Pennsylvania. American songwriter. 1946-1956 – He (along with his partner Ray Evans) composed many songs for movies such as To Each His Own, Tammy and the Bachelor and Academy Award winning songs "Mona Lisa" from the movie Captain Carey, U.S.A., "Buttons and Bows" from the movie The ..

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1920 – Norma Deloris Egstrom, born on the 26th of May in Jamestown, North Dakota, the youngest child of seven. She is was an American Jazz and Traditional Pop singer and songwriter and Oscar-nominated performer. 1941 – Got her big break as a singer with Benny Goodman’s band, Peggy Lee went on to a career ..

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1948 – Chris LeDoux was born in Biloxi, Mississippi, on the 2nd of October. He was an American country music singer-songwriter, bronze sculptor and rodeo champion. 1961 – He first tried his hand at rodeo riding in Denison, Texas, at age 13 and was soon winning junior competitions. 1970 – He turned pro and eked ..

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1912 – Born on the 2nd of February in New York City. 1940 – He also wrote the music for the less successful Broadway shows, Hold On to Your Hats. 1944 – Laffing Room Only. 1947 – His Broadway musicals, Finian’s Rainbow. 1957 – Junior Miss. 1965 – On a Clear Day You Can See ..

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