1945 – Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason is born in Birmingham, England.
1945 – Born on this day, Ashley Hutchings, bass, Fairport Convention, UK folk group, (1969 UK No.21 single ‘Si Tu Dois Partir’).
1945 – Born on this day, Tammi Terrell, singer, who died of a brain tumour on March 16th 1970 after collapsing into Marvin Gaye’s arms on stage during a duet of ‘That’s All You Need To Get By’. Terrall had undergone eight brain operations in 18 months. She had had hits with Marvin Gaye, including […]
1945 – Troggs guitarist Chris Britton is born in Watford, England.
1945 – Singer/guitarist Eric Stewart of the ’70s pop group 10cc (“I’m Not in Love”) is born in Manchester, England.
1945 – Born on this day, William Hart, vocals, The Delfonics, (1968 US No.4 & 1971 UK No.19 single ‘La-La Means I Love You’).
1945 – Louisiana swamp rock guitarist Danny James is born in Sulphur.
1945 – Gravelly-voiced Maggie Bell, one time singer with Stone the Crows and a signing to Led Zeppelin’s Swan Song label, is born in Glasgow, Scotland.
1945 – Roderick (Rod) Stewart is born in London. His biggest hit, “Tonight’s the Night (Gonna Be Alright),” is No. 1 on Chart Toppers’s Hot 100 for eight weeks.
1945 – Dave Cousins, leader of the British folk-prog group the Strawbs, is born.
1945 – Stephen Stills is born in Dallas. He is a member of Buffalo Springfield and in