Baby Boom Rock
1940-1950


January 24, 1940
February 17, 1940
February 19, 1940
March 10, 1940
March 12, 1940
March 15, 1940
March 21, 1940
April 12, 1940
April 14, 1940
April 18, 1940
April 26, 1940
May 8, 1940
May 10, 1940
May 19, 1940
May 26, 1940
May 26, 1940
June 7, 1940
June 8, 1940
June 23, 1940
July 3, 1940
July 11, 1940
July 17, 1940
July 26, 1940
August 10, 1940
August 19, 1940
August 29, 1940
September 19, 1940
September 19, 1940
September 30, 1940
October 9, 1940
October 13, 1940
October 14, 1940
October 21, 1940
November 13, 1940
November 21, 1940
November 25, 1940
November 28, 1940
November 29, 1940
December 12, 1940
December 19, 1940
December 21, 1940
December 23, 1940
December 23, 1940
December 26, 1940
Dave Getz  (Big Brother & the Holding Company, Country Joe and the Fish)
Gene Pitney
Smokey Robinson  (The Miracles)
Dean Torrence  (Jan and Dean)
Al Jarreau
Phil Lesh  (The Grateful Dead)
Solomon Burke
Herbie Hancock  (Miles Davis)
Clarence Satchell  (The Ohio Players)
Mike Vickers  (Manfred Mann)
Giorgio Moroder
Ricky Nelson
Arthur Alexander
Mickey Newbury
Ray Ennis  (The Swinging Blue Jeans)
Levon Helm  (The Band)
Tom Jones
Nancy Sinatra
Stu Sutcliffe  (The Beatles)
Fontella Bass
Mavis Staples  (The Staples Singers)
Ringo Starr  (The Beatles)
Dobie Gray
Bobby Hatfield  (The Righteous Brothers)
Johnny Nash
Johnny Paris  (Johnny and the Hurricanes)
Bill Medley  (The Righteous Brothers)
Sylvia Tyson  (Ian and Sylvia)
Dewey Martin  (Buffalo Springfield)
John Lennon  (The Beatles)
Chris Farlowe
Cliff Richard
Manfred Mann  (Manfred Mann)
Carol Connors  (The Teddy Bears)
Dr. John
Percy Sledge
Bruce Channel
Dennis Doherty  (The Mamas & the Papas)
Dionne Warwick
Phil Ochs
Frank Zappa  (The Mothers of Invention)
Eugene Record  (The Chi-Lites)
Jorma Kaukonen  (Jefferson Airplane, Hot Tuna)
Phil Spector

 
January 1, 1941
January 9, 1941
January 12, 1941
January 15, 1941
January 18, 1941
January 21, 1941
January 24, 1941
January 24, 1941
February 4, 1941
February 5, 1941
February 8, 1941
February 18, 1941
February 20, 1941
March 15, 1941
March 17, 1941
March 18, 1941
March 28, 1941
March 30, 1941
April 3, 1941
April 3, 1941
April 4, 1941
April 5, 1941
April 26, 1941
May 4, 1941
May 11, 1941
May 13, 1941
May 24, 1941
June 2, 1941
June 9, 1941
June 10, 1941
June 12, 1941
June 15, 1941
July 7, 1941
July 16, 1941
July 18, 1941
July 18, 1941
July 21, 1941
July 30, 1941
August 2, 1941
August 14, 1941
September 1, 1941
September 6, 1941
September 9, 1941
September 13, 1941
September 15, 1941
September 16, 1941
September 19, 1941
September 24, 1941
October 13, 1941
October 21, 1941
November 5, 1941
November 6, 1941
November 9, 1941
November 16, 1941
November 22, 1941
November 24, 1941
November 24, 1941
December 19, 1941
December 23, 1941
December 27, 1941
December 29, 1941
Marshall Jones  (The Ohio Players)
Joan Baez
Long John Baldry
Captain Beefheart
David Ruffin  (The Temptations)
Richie Havens
Aaron Neville  (The Neville Brothers)
Neil Diamond
John Steel  (The Animals)
Barrett Strong
Tom Rush
Irma Thomas
Buffy Sainte-Marie
Mike Love  (The Beach Boys)
Paul Kantner  (Jefferson Airplane, Jefferson Starship)
Wilson Pickett
Charlie McCoy
Graeme Edge  (The Moody Blues)
Philippe Wynne  (The Spinners)
Jan Berry  (Jan and Dean)
Major Lance
Dave Swarbrick  (Fairport Convention)
Claudine Clark
David LaFlamme  (It's a Beautiful Day)
Eric Burdon  (The Animals, War)
Ritchie Valens
Bob Dylan
Charlie Watts  (Blues Inc., The Rolling Stones)
Jon Lord  (Deep Purple, Whitesnake)
Shirley Owens  (The Shirelles)
Roy Harper
Harry Nilsson
Chan Romero
Desmond Dekker
Lonnie Mack
Martha Reeves  (Martha and the Vandellas)
George Clinton  (Funkadelic, Parliament)
Paul Anka
Doris Coley  (The Shirelles)
David Crosby  (The Byrds, Crosby Still Nash & Young)
Archie Bell  (The Dells)
Micky Waller  (The Hoochie Coochie Men, The Jeff Beck Group, Rod Stewart)
Otis Redding
David Clayton-Thomas  (Blood, Sweat and Tears)
Signe Toly Anderson  (Jefferson Airplane)
Joseph Campbell Butler  (The Lovin' Spoonful)
Cass Elliot  (The Mamas & the Papas)
Linda McCartney  (Wings)
Paul Simon  (Simon and Garfunkel)
Steve Cropper  (The Mar-Keys, Booker T & the MG's, Wilson Pickett, Otis Redding)
Art Garfunkel  (Simon and Garfunkel)
Guy Clark
Tom Fogerty  (Creedence Clearwater Revival)
Dan Penn
Jesse Colin Young  (The Youngbloods)
Pete Best  (The Beatles)
Donald "Duck" Dunn  (The Mar-Keys, Booker T & the MG's)
Maurice White  (Earth, Wind & Fire)
Tim Hardin
Mike Pinder  (The Moody Blues)
Ray Thomas  (The Moody Blues)

 
January 1, 1942
January 4, 1942
January 11, 1942
January 16, 1942
January 20, 1942
January 21, 1942
January 30, 1942
February 2, 1942
February 3, 1942
February 9, 1942
February 13, 1942
February 24, 1942
February 28, 1942
March 2, 1942
March 3, 1942
March 25, 1942
April 2, 1942
April 5, 1942
April 8, 1942
April 19, 1942
April 26, 1942
April 27, 1942
May 4, 1942
May 5, 1942
May 5, 1942
May 9, 1942
May 12, 1942
May 17, 1942
May 25, 1942
June 3, 1942
June 6, 1942
June 13, 1942
June 16, 1942
June 18, 1942
June 20, 1942
July 10, 1942
July 13, 1942 
July 23, 1942
August 1, 1942
August 7, 1942
August 11, 1942
August 19, 1942
August 20, 1942
August 25, 1942
August 28, 1942
September 3, 1942
September 8, 1942
September 15, 1942
September 19, 1942
September 24, 1942
September 30, 1942
October 6, 1942
October 12, 1942
October 14, 1942
October 15, 1942
October 21, 1942
October 22, 1942
November 13, 1942
November 27, 1942
December 2, 1942
December 4, 1942
December 8, 1942
December 12, 1942
December 15, 1942
December 17, 1942
December 20, 1942
December 21, 1942
December 29, 1942
December 30, 1942
December 31, 1942
Country Joe McDonald  (Country Joe and the Fish)
John McLaughlin  (Lifetime, Miles Davis, The Mahavishnu Orchestra)
Clarence Clemons  (Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band)
Barbara Lynn
William Powell  (The O'Jays)
Edwin Starr
Marty Balin  (Jefferson Airplane, Jefferson Starship)
Graham Nash  (The Hollies, Crosby Still Nash & Young)
Eric Haydock  (The Hollies)
Carole King
Peter Tork  (The Monkees)
Paul Jones  (Manfred Mann)
Brian Jones  (The Rolling Stones)
Lou Reed  (The Velvet Underground)
Mike Pender  (The Searchers)
Aretha Franklin
Leon Russell
Allan Clarke  (The Hollies)
Roger Chapman  (Family)
Alan Price  (The Animals)
Bobby Rydell
Jim Keltner
Nickolas Ashford  (Ashford & Simpson)
Jim King  (Family)
Tammy Wynette
Tommy Roe
Ian Dury  (Kilburn and the High Roads, Ian Dury and the Blockheads)
Taj Mahal
Brian Davison  (The Nice)
Curtis Mayfield  (The Impressions)
Larry Taylor  (Canned Heat)
James Carr
Eddie Levert  (The O'Jays)
Paul McCartney  (The Beatles, Wings)
Brian Wilson  (The Beach Boys)
Ronnie James Dio  (Elf, Rainbow, Black Sabbath, Dio)
Roger McGuinn  (The Byrds)
Madeline Bell
Jerry Garcia  (The Grateful Dead)
B. J. Thomas
Mike Hugg  (Manfred Mann)
Ray Cooper
Isaac Hayes
Walter Williams  (The O'Jays) 
Sterling Morrison  (The Velvet Underground)
Al Jardine  (The Beach Boys)
Sal Valentino  (The Beau Brummels)
Lee Dorman  (Iron Butterfly)
Danny Kalb  (The Blues Project)
Gerry Marsden  (Gerry and The Pacemakers)
Bobby Fuller  (The Bobby Fuller Four)
Millie Small
Melvin Franklin  (The Temptations)
Billy Harrison  (Them)
Don Stevenson  (Moby Grape)
Elvin Bishop  (The Paul Butterfield Blues Band)
Frankie Lymon  (Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers)
John Hammond Jr.
Jimi Hendrix
Ted Bluechel Jr.  (The Association)
John Cale  (The Velvet Underground)
Bobby Elliott  (The Hollies)
Mike Heron  (The Incredible String Band)
Dave Clark  (The Dave Clark Five)
Paul Butterfield  (The Paul Butterfield Blues Band)
Judy Henske
Carla Thomas
Rick Danko  (The Band)
Michael Nesmith  (The Monkees)
Andy Summers  (The Soft Machine, The Police)

 
January 8, 1943
January 19, 1943
January 28, 1943
February 3, 1943
February 6, 1943
February 9, 1943
February 14, 1943
February 25, 1943
March 5, 1943
March 14, 1943
March 21, 1943
March 22, 1943
March 22, 1943
March 29, 1943
March 30, 1943
April 3, 1943
April 17, 1943
April 18, 1943
April 30, 1943
May 8, 1943
May 8, 1943
May 13, 1943
May 14, 1943
May 21, 1943
May 21, 1943
May 27, 1943
June 5, 1943
June 12, 1943
June 15, 1943
June 17, 1943
June 26, 1943
June 29, 1943
June 29, 1943
June 30, 1943
July 4, 1943
July 5, 1943
July 10, 1943
July 12, 1943
July 20, 1943
July 21, 1943
July 26, 1943
July 28, 1943
July 28, 1943
August 10, 1943
August 10, 1943
August 18, 1943
August 19, 1943
August 24, 1943
September 2, 1943
September 6, 1943
September 11, 1943
September 25, 1943
September 25, 1943
September 27, 1943
October 1, 1943
October 5, 1943
October 18, 1943
October 21, 1943
November 3, 1943
November 7, 1943
November 19, 1943
November 24, 1943
November 28, 1943
December 8, 1943
December 12, 1943
December 18, 1943
December 18, 1943
December 25, 1943
December 27, 1943
December 31, 1943
December 31, 1943
Keith Jackson  (The Nice)
Janis Joplin  (Big Brother & the Holding Company)
Dick Taylor  (The Rolling Stones, The Pretty Things)
Shawn Phillips
Fabian
Barbara Lewis
Maceo Parker  (James Brown, Parliament)
George Harrison  (The Beatles, The Traveling Wilburys)
Sly Stone  (Sly and the Family Stone)
Leroy Bonner  (The Ohio Players)
Vivian Stanshall  (The Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band)
Keith Relf  (The Yardbirds)
George Benson
Vangelis  (Aphrodite's Child)
Ken Forssi  (The Surfaris, Love)
Richard Manuel  (The Band)
Roy Estrada  (The Mothers of Invention, Little Feat)
Clyde Stubblefield  (James Brown)
Bobby Vee
Paul Samwell-Smith  (The Yardbirds)
Danny Whitten  (Neil Young and Crazy Horse)
Mary Wells
Jack Bruce  (Blues Inc., Graham Bond Org., John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, Cream)
Hilton Valentine  (The Animals)
John Dalton  (The Kinks)
Cilla Black
Michael Davis  (The MC5)
Reg Presley  (The Troggs)
Muff Winwood  (The Spencer Davis Group)
Barry Manilow
Georgie Fame
Little Eva
Roger Ruskin Spear  (The Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band)
Florence Ballard  (The Supremes)
Alan Wilson  (Canned Heat)
Robbie Robertson  (The Band)
Jerry Miller  (Moby Grape)
Christine McVie  (Fleetwood Mac)
John Lodge  (The Moody Blues)
Henry McCullough  (Joe Cocker, Wings)
Mick Jagger  (The Rolling Stones)
Mike Bloomfield  (The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Bob Dylan, The Electric Flag)
Richard Wright  (Pink Floyd)
Ronnie Spector  (The Ronettes)
Jimmy Griffin  (Bread)
Carl Wayne  (The Move)
Billy J. Kramer  (Billy J. Kramer and The Dakotas)
John Cipollina  (Quicksilver Messenger Service)
Joe Simon
Roger Waters  (Pink Floyd)
Mickey Hart  (The Grateful Dead)
John Locke  (Spirit, Nazareth)
Jules Alexander  (The Association)
Randy Bachman  (The Guess Who, Bachman-Turner Overdrive)
Jerry Martini  (Sly and the Family Stone)
Steve Miller  (The Steve Miller Band)
Russ Giguere  (The Association)
Ron Elliot  (The Beau Brummels)
Bert Jansch  (Pentangle)
Joni Mitchell
Fred Lipsius  (Blood, Sweat and Tears)
Robin Williamson  (The Incredible String Band)
Randy Newman
Jim Morrison  (The Doors)
Dickey Betts  (The Allman Brothers Band)
Keith Richards  (The Rolling Stones)
Bobby Keys
Jacqui McShee  (Pentangle)
Peter Sinfield  (King Crimson)
Pete Quaife  (The Kinks)
John Denver

 
January 9, 1944
January 27, 1944
January 31, 1944
February 5, 1944
February 13, 1944
February 15, 1944
February 23, 1944
February 24, 1944
March 1, 1944
March 4, 1944
March 6, 1944
March 7, 1944
March 17, 1944
March 26, 1944
March 31, 1944
April 6, 1944
April 12, 1944
April 13, 1944
April 13, 1944
April 15, 1944
April 19, 1944
May 8, 1944
May 8, 1944
May 9, 1944
May 10, 1944
May 12, 1944
May 17, 1944
May 20, 1944
May 23, 1944
May 24, 1944
May 26, 1944
May 28, 1944
June 4, 1944
June 6, 1944
June 6, 1944
June 7, 1944
June 8, 1944
June 17, 1944
June 21, 1944
June 22, 1944
June 24, 1944
June 24, 1944
June 24, 1944
July 6, 1944
July 15, 1944
July 22, 1944
July 22, 1944
July 27, 1944
August 2, 1944
August 8, 1944
August 9, 1944
August 16, 1944
August 26, 1944
August 27, 1944
September 12, 1944
September 13, 1944
September 21, 1944
October 9, 1944
October 9, 1944
October 13, 1944
October 19, 1944
October 19, 1944
October 22, 1944
October 25, 1944
October 29, 1944
November 2, 1944
November 8, 1944
November 9, 1944
November 12, 1944
November 17, 1944
November 22, 1944
November 25, 1944
November 26, 1944
November 29, 1944
November 30, 1944
December 1, 1944
December 1, 1944
December 4, 1944
December 4, 1944
December 4, 1944
December 9, 1944
December 11, 1944
December 12, 1944
December 19, 1944
December 20, 1944
December 25, 1944
December 27, 1944
Jimmy Page  (The Yardbirds, Led Zeppelin, The Firm)
Nick Mason  (Pink Floyd)
Charlie Musselwhite
Al Kooper  (Bob Dylan, Blood Sweat and Tears)
Remi Kabaka  (Traffic, Ginger Baker's Air Force)
Mick Avory  (The Kinks)
Johnny Winter
Nicky Hopkins  (The Cyril Davies All-Stars, The Jeff Beck Group)
Roger Daltrey  (The Who)
Bobby Womack  (The Valentinos)
Mary Wilson  (The Supremes)
Townes Van Zandt
John Sebastian  (The Lovin' Spoonful)
Diana Ross  (The Supremes)
Mick Ralphs  (Mott the Hoople, Bad Company)
John Stax  (The Pretty Things)
John Kay  (Steppenwolf)
Brian Pendleton  (The Pretty Things)
Jack Casady  (Jefferson Airplane, Hot Tuna)
Dave Edmunds  (Rockpile)
Bernie Worrell  (Funkadelic, Parliament)
Gary Glitter
Bill Legend  (T. Rex)
Richie Furay  (Buffalo Springfield, Poco)
Dave Mason  (Traffic)
James Purify  (James & Bobby Purify)
Jesse Winchester
Joe Cocker
Tiki Fulwood  (Funkadelic, Parliament)
Patti Labelle  (Labelle)
Verden Allen  (Mott the Hoople)
Gladys Knight  (Gladys Knight and the Pips)
Michelle Phillips  (The Mamas & the Papas)
Peter Albin  (Big Brother & the Holding Company, Country Joe and the Fish)
Edgar Froese  (Tangerine Dream)
Melvin Parker  (James Brown)
Boz Scaggs
Peter Giles  (King Crimson)
Ray Davies  (The Kinks)
Peter Asher  (Peter and Gordon)
Jeff Beck  (The Yardbirds, The Jeff Beck Group, Beck Bogert & Appice)
Chris Wood  (Traffic)
John Whitney  (Family)
Byron Berline
Millie Jackson
Estelle Bennett  (The Ronettes)
Rick Davies  (Supertramp)
Bobbie Gentry
Jim Capaldi  (Traffic)
John Renbourn  (Pentangle)
Viv Prince  (The Pretty Things)
Kevin Ayers  (The Soft Machine)
Maureen Tucker  (The Velvet Underground)
Tim Bogert  (Vanilla Fudge, Cactus, Beck Bogert & Appice)
Barry White
Peter Cetera  (Chicago)
Jesse Ed Davis  (Taj Mahal)
John Entwistle  (The Who)
Nona Hendryx  (Labelle)
Robert Lamm  (Chicago)
George McCrae
Peter Tosh  (The Wailers)
Ted Templeman  (Harpers Bizarre)
Jon Anderson  (Yes)
Denny Laine  (The Moody Blues, Wings)
Keith Emerson  (The Nice, Emerson Lake & Palmer)
Bonnie Bramlett  (Delaney and Bonnie) 
Phil May  (The Pretty Things)
Booker T. Jones  (Booker T. & The MG's)
Gene Clark  (The Byrds, Dillard & Clark)
Max Romeo
Bev Bevan  (The Move, Electric Light Orchestra)
Alan Henderson  (Them)
Felix Cavaliere  (The Young Rascals)
Luther Ingram
John Densmore  (The Doors)
Eric Bloom  (Blue Oyster Cult)
Dennis Wilson  (The Beach Boys)
Chris Hillman  (The Byrds, The Flying Burrito Brothers, Manassas)
Anna McGarrigle  (Kate and Anna McGarrigle)
Neil Innes  (The Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band, The Rutles)
Brenda Lee
Robin Tyner  (The MC5)
Alvin Lee  (Ten Years After)
Bobby Colomby  (Blood, Sweat and Tears)
Henry Vestine  (Mothers of Invention, Canned Heat)
Mick Jones  (Foreigner)

 
January 3, 1945
January 10, 1945
January 17, 1945
January 20, 1945
January 26, 1945
January 28, 1945
February 6, 1945
February 20, 1945
February 21, 1945
February 26, 1945
February 26, 1945
March 7, 1945
March 8, 1945
March 9, 1945
March 11, 1945
March 18, 1945
March 21, 1945
March 30, 1945
April 13, 1945
April 14, 1945
April 24, 1945
April 25, 1945
April 25, 1945
April 29, 1945
May 1, 1945
May 2, 1945
May 6, 1945
May 9, 1945
May 11, 1945
May 12, 1945
May 19, 1945
May 28, 1945
May 29, 1945
June 4, 1945
June 14, 1945
June 24, 1945
June 25, 1945
June 28, 1945
July 1, 1945
July 2, 1945
July 20, 1945
July 21, 1945
July 30, 1945
July 31, 1945
August 18, 1945
August 19, 1945
August 31, 1945
September 8, 1945
September 18, 1945
September 26, 1945
September 28, 1945
October 2, 1945
October 7, 1945
October 21, 1945
October 22, 1945
October 22, 1945
October 22, 1945
November 11, 1945
November 11, 1945
November 12, 1945
November 15, 1945
November 20, 1945
November 26, 1945
November 30, 1945
December 1, 1945
December 10, 1945
December 16, 1945
December 19, 1945
December 20, 1945
December 23, 1945
December 24, 1945
December 25, 1945
December 30, 1945
Stephen Stills  (Buffalo Springfield, Crosby Stills Nash & Young, Manassas)
Rod Stewart  (The Jeff Beck Group, The Faces) 
William Hart  (The Delfonics)
Eric Stewart  (Wayne Fontana and The Mindbenders, 10cc)
Ashley Hutchings  (Fairport Convention, Steeleye Span, The Albion Band)
Robert Wyatt  (The Soft Machine)
Bob Marley  (The Wailers)
Alan Hull  (Lindisfarne)
Johnny Echols  (Love)
Bob Hite  (Canned Heat)
Mitch Ryder  (Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels) 
Arthur Lee  (The Grass Roots, Love)
Micky Dolenz  (The Monkees)
Robin Trower  (Procol Harum, The Robin Trower Band)
Harvey Mandel  (Charlie Musselwhite, Canned Heat, John Mayall's Bluesbreakers)
Eric Woolfson  (The Alan Parsons Project)
Rose Stone  (Sly and the Family Stone)
Eric Clapton  (The Yardbirds, John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, Cream, Blind Faith)
Lowell George  (Little Feat)
Ritchie Blackmore  (Deep Purple, Rainbow)
Doug Clifford  (Creedence Clearwater Revival)
Stu Cook  (Creedence Clearwater Revival)
Björn Ulvaeus  (Abba)
Tammi Terrell
Rita Coolidge
Randy Cain  (The Delfonics)
Bob Seger
Steve Katz  (The Blues Project, Blood Sweat and Tears)
Richard Meltzer  (Blue Oyster Cult)
Ian McLagan  (The Small Faces, The Faces)
Pete Townshend  (The Who)
John Fogerty  (Creedence Clearwater Revival)
Gary Brooker  (Procol Harum)
Gordon Waller  (Peter and Gordon)
Rod Argent  (The Zombies, Argent)
Colin Blunstone  (The Zombies)
Carly Simon
David Knights  (Procol Harum)
Deborah Harry  (Blondie)
Randy Holden  (Blue Cheer)
Kim Carnes
Rosie Hamlin  (Rosie and The Originals)
David Sanborn
Gary Lewis  (Gary Lewis and the Playboys)
Sarah Dash  (Labelle)
Ian Gillan  (Deep Purple, The Ian Gillan Band, Black Sabbath)
Van Morrison  (Them)
Ron "Pigpen" McKernan  (The Grateful Dead)
P. F. Sloan
Bryan Ferry  (Roxy Music)
Wayne Fontana  (Wayne Fontana and The Mindbenders)
Don McLean
Kevin Godley  (10cc, Godley & Creme)
Kathy Young  (Kathy Young and The Innocents)
Eddie Brigati  (The Young Rascals)
Jerry McGeorge  (The Shadows of Knight)
Leslie West (Mountain)
Chris Dreja  (The Yardbirds)
Vince Martell  (Vanilla Fudge)
Neil Young  (Buffalo Springfield, Crosby Stills Nash & Young)
Frida Lyngstad  (Abba)
Nanette Workman
John McVie  (John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, Fleetwood Mac)
Roger Glover  (Deep Purple, Rainbow)
Bette Midler
Toots Hibbert  (Toots and the Maytals)
Tony Hicks  (The Hollies)
Zal Yanovsky  (The Lovin' Spoonful)
Peter Criss  (Kiss)
Ron Bushy  (Iron Butterfly)
Lemmy  (Motorhead)
Noel Redding  (The Jimi Hendrix Experience)
Davy Jones  (The Monkees)

 
January 3, 1946
January 4, 1946
January 6, 1946
January 8, 1946
January 10, 1946
January 11, 1946
January 12, 1946
January 19, 1946
January 27, 1946
January 31, 1946
February 6, 1946
February 6, 1946
February 20, 1946
March 6, 1946
March 7, 1946
March 7, 1946
March 8, 1946
March 15, 1946
March 17, 1946
March 19, 1946
April 1, 1946
April 4, 1946
April 13, 1946
April 18, 1946
May 2, 1946
May 7, 1946
May 7, 1946
May 10, 1946
May 10, 1946
May 16, 1946
May 18, 1946
May 20, 1946
May 26, 1946
June 3, 1946
June 5, 1946
June 15, 1946
June 25, 1946
July 9, 1946
July 15, 1946
July 19, 1946
July 23, 1946
July 30, 1946
August 1, 1946
August 6, 1946
August 14, 1946
August 20, 1946
August 23, 1946
August 26, 1946
September 1, 1946
September 2, 1946
September 4, 1946
September 4, 1946
September 5, 1946
September 5, 1946
September 9, 1946
September 9, 1946
September 10, 1946
September 25, 1946
October 11, 1946
October 14, 1946
October 15, 1946
October 19, 1946
October 29, 1946
November 1, 1946
November 5, 1946
November 8, 1946
November 17, 1946
November 20, 1946
December 16, 1946
December 17, 1946
December 21, 1946
December 22, 1946
December 29, 1946
December 30, 1946
December 30, 1946
John Paul Jones  (Led Zeppelin)
Arthur Conley
Syd Barrett  (Pink Floyd)
Robby Krieger  (The Doors)
Aynsley Dunbar
Tony Kaye  (Yes)
Cynthia Robinson  (Sly and the Family Stone)
Dolly Parton
Nedra Talley  (The Ronettes)
Terry Kath  (Chicago)
Richie Hayward  (Little Feat)
Kate McGarrigle  (Kate and Anna McGarrigle)
Jerome Geils  (The J. Geils Band)
David Gilmour  (Pink Floyd)
Peter Wolf  (The J. Geils Band)
Matthew Fisher  (Procol Harum)
Randy Meisner  (Poco, The Eagles)
Howard E. Scott  (War)
Harold Brown  (War)
Ruth Pointer  (The Pointer Sisters)
Ronnie Lane  (The Small Faces, The Faces)
Dave Hill  (Slade)
Al Green
Skip Spence  (Jefferson Airplane, Moby Grape)
Lesley Gore
Bill Kreutzmann  (The Grateful Dead)
Jerry Nolan  (The New York Dolls)
Donovan
Graham Gouldman  (10cc)
Robert Fripp  (King Crimson)
Bruce Gilbert  (Wire)
Cher  (Sonny and Cher)
Mick Ronson  (David Bowie)
Michael Clarke  (The Byrds)
Freddie Stone  (Sly and the Family Stone)
Noddy Holder  (Slade)
Ian McDonald  (King Crimson, Foreigner)
Bon Scott  (AC/DC)
Linda Ronstadt
Alan Gorrie  (The Average White Band)
Andy Mackay  (Roxy Music)
Jeffrey Hammond  (Jethro Tull)
Boz Burrell  (King Crimson, Bad Company)
Judy Craig  (The Chiffons)
Larry Graham Jr.  (Sly and the Family Stone, Graham Central Station)
Ralf Hütter  (Kraftwerk)
Keith Moon  (The Who)
Valerie Simpson  (Ashford & Simpson)
Barry Gibb  (The Bee Gees)
Billy Preston
Gary Duncan  (Quicksilver Messenger Service)
Greg Elmore  (Quicksilver Messenger Service)
Loudon Wainwright III
Freddie Mercury  (Queen)
Bruce Palmer  (Buffalo Springfield)
Doug Ingle  (Iron Butterfly)
Don Powell  (Slade)
Bryan MacLean  (The Grass Roots, Love)
Daryl Hall  (Hall & Oates)
Justin Hayward  (The Moody Blues)
Richard Carpenter  (The Carpenters)
Keith Reid  (Procol Harum)
Peter Green  (John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, Fleetwood Mac)
Rik Grech  (Family, Blind Faith, Traffic)
Gram Parsons  (International Submarine Band, The Byrds, Flying Burrito Brothers)
Roy Wood  (The Move, Electric Light Orchestra)
Martin Barre  (Jethro Tull)
Duane Allman  (The Allman Brothers Band, Derek and the Dominos)
Benny Andersson  (Abba)
Carmine Appice  (Vanilla Fudge, Cactus, Beck Bogert & Appice)
Carl Wilson  (The Beach Boys)
Rick Nielsen  (Cheap Trick)
Marianne Faithfull
Clive Bunker  (Jethro Tull)
Patti Smith

 
January 6, 1947
January 8, 1947
January 19, 1947
January 21, 1947
January 24, 1947
January 29, 1947
January 30, 1947
February 3, 1947
February 3, 1947
February 11, 1947
February 14, 1947
February 18, 1947
February 25, 1947
March 3, 1947
March 4, 1947
March 10, 1947
March 11, 1947
March 15, 1947
March 18, 1947
March 25, 1947
March 29, 1947
April 2, 1947
April 7, 1947
April 8, 1947
April 10, 1947
April 15, 1947
April 16, 1947
April 19, 1947
April 21, 1947
April 23, 1947
April 27, 1947
April 29, 1947
May 10, 1947
May 13, 1947
May 19, 1947
May 24, 1947
June 1, 1947
June 3, 1947
June 3, 1947
June 5, 1947
June 11, 1947
June 14, 1947
June 17, 1947
June 22, 1947
June 24, 1947
July 7, 1947
July 7, 1947
July 9, 1947
July 15, 1947
July 17, 1947
July 19, 1947
July 19, 1947
July 20, 1947
July 22, 1947
August 20, 1947
September 2, 1947
September 5, 1947
September 5, 1947
September 8, 1947
September 19, 1947
September 21, 1947
September 27, 1947
September 30, 1947
October 4, 1947
October 5, 1947
October 13, 1947
October 16, 1947
October 18, 1947
October 19, 1947
October 30, 1947
November 5, 1947
November 10, 1947
November 20, 1947
November 24, 1947
December 5, 1947
December 8, 1947
December 29, 1947
December 30, 1947
December 31, 1947
Sandy Denny  (Fairport Convention)
David Bowie
Rod Evans  (Deep Purple)
Pye Hastings  (Caravan)
Warren Zevon
David Byron  (Uriah Heep)
Steve Marriott  (The Small Faces, Humble Pie)
Dave Davies  (The Kinks)
Melanie
Derek Shulman  (Gentle Giant)
Tim Buckley
Dennis DeYoung  (Styx)
Doug Yule  (The Velvet Underground)
Jennifer Warnes
Bob Lewis  (Devo)
Tom Scholz  (Boston)
Mark Stein  (Vanilla Fudge)
Ry Cooder
B. J. Wilson  (Procol Harum)
Elton John
Bobby Kimball  (Toto)
Emmylou Harris
Florian Schneider  (Kraftwerk)
Steve Howe  (Yes, Asia)
Bunny Wailer  (The Wailers)
David Jackson  (Van der Graaf Generator)
Gerry Rafferty
Mark Volman  (The Turtles)
Iggy Pop  (The Stooges)
Glenn Cornick  (Jethro Tull)
Herbie Murrell  (The Stylistics)
Tommy James  (Tommy James and the Shondells)
Jay Ferguson  (Spirit)
Peter Watts  (Mott the Hoople)
Steve Currie  (T. Rex)
Waddy Wachtel
Ron Wood  (The Jeff Beck Group, The Faces, The Rolling Stones)
Dave Alexander  (The Stooges)
Mickey Finn  (T. Rex)
Laurie Anderson
Eric Donaldson
Barry Melton  (Country Joe and the Fish)
Gregg Rolie  (Santana, Journey)
Howard Kaylan  (The Turtles)
Mick Fleetwood  (John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, Fleetwood Mac)
Rob Townsend  (Family)
David Hodo  (Village People)
Mitch Mitchell  (The Jimi Hendrix Experience)
Roky Erickson  (The 13th Floor Elevators)
Wolfgang Flür  (Kraftwerk)
Brian May  (Queen)
Bernie Leadon  (The Flying Burrito Brothers, The Eagles)
Carlos Santana  (Santana)
Don Henley  (The Eagles)
Ian Anderson  (Jethro Tull)
Richard Coughlan
Buddy Miles  (The Electric Flag, Jimi Hendrix)
Mel Collins
Benjamin Orr  (The Cars)
Lol Crème  (10cc, Godley & Creme)
Don Felder  (The Eagles)
Meat Loaf
Marc Bolan  (T. Rex)
Jim Fielder  (Blood, Sweat and Tears)
Brian Johnson  (AC/DC)
Sammy Hagar  (Montrose, Van Halen)
Bob Weir  (The Grateful Dead)
Laura Nyro
Wilbert Hart  (The Delfonics)
Timothy B. Schmit  (Poco, The Eagles)
Peter Noone  (Herman's Hermits)
Greg Lake  (King Crimson, Emerson Lake & Palmer)
Joe Walsh  (The James Gang, The Eagles)
Dave Sinclair  (Caravan) 
Jim Messina  (Buffalo Springfield, Poco, Loggins and Messina)
Gregg Allman  (The Allman Brothers Band)
Cozy Powell  (Jeff Beck, Rainbow)
Jeff Lynne  (The Move, Electric Light Orchestra, The Traveling Wilburys)
Burton Cummings  (The Guess Who)

 
January 2, 1948
January 7, 1948
January 10, 1948
January 11, 1948
January 15, 1948
January 17, 1948
January 23, 1948
February 4, 1948
February 19, 1948
February 19, 1948
March 2, 1948
March 4, 1948
March 12, 1948
March 26, 1948
April 1, 1948
April 4, 1948
April 4, 1948
April 7, 1948
April 17, 1948
April 27, 1948
April 29, 1948
April 30, 1948
May 5, 1948
May 12, 1948
May 15, 1948
May 19, 1948
May 25, 1948
May 26, 1948
May 31, 1948
June 6, 1948
June 19, 1948
June 22, 1948
June 23, 1948
June 29, 1948
July 17, 1948
July 21, 1948
July 28, 1948
July 28, 1948
August 15, 1948
August 20, 1948
August 28, 1948
August 31, 1948
September 1, 1948
September 3, 1948
September 6, 1948
September 11, 1948
September 16, 1948
September 20, 1948
September 20, 1948
September 26, 1948
September 29, 1948
October 8, 1948
October 9, 1948
October 15, 1948
October 19, 1948
October 24, 1948
October 25, 1948
November 5, 1948
November 6, 1948
November 12, 1948
November 21, 1948
December 3, 1948
December 4, 1948
December 13, 1948
December 13, 1948
December 20, 1948
December 25, 1948
December 31, 1948 
Kerry Minnear  (Gentle Giant)
Kenny Loggins  (Loggins and Messina)
Donald Fagen  (Steely Dan)
Terry Williams  (Rockpile, Dire Straits)
Ronnie Van Zant  (Lynyrd Skynyrd)
Mick Taylor  (John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, The Rolling Stones)
Anita Pointer  (The Pointer Sisters)
Alice Cooper
Tony Iommi  (Black Sabbath)
Mark Andes  (Spirit)
Rory Gallagher
Chris Squire  (Yes)
James Taylor
Steven Tyler  (Aerosmith)
Jimmy Cliff
Berry Oakley  (The Allman Brothers Band)
Pick Withers  (Dire Straits)
John Oates  (Hall & Oates)
Jan Hammer  (The Mahavishnu Orchestra)
Kate Pierson  (The B-52's)
Michael Karoli  (Can)
Wayne Kramer  (The MC5)
Bill Ward  (Black Sabbath)
Steve Winwood  (The Spencer Davis Group, Traffic, Blind Faith)
Brian Eno  (Roxy Music)
Tom Scott 
Klaus Meine  (The Scorpions)
Stevie Nicks  (Fleetwood Mac)
John Bonham  (Led Zeppelin)
Richard Sinclair  (Caravan)
Nick Drake
Todd Rundgren
Myles Goodwyn  (April Wine)
Ian Paice  (Deep Purple)
Ron Asheton  (The Stooges)
Cat Stevens
Simon Kirke  (Free, Bad Company)
Gerald Casale  (Devo)
Tom Johnston  (The Doobie Brothers)
Robert Plant  (Led Zeppelin)
Danny Seraphine  (Chicago)
Rudolf Schenker  (The Scorpions)
Gregg Errico  (Sly and the Family Stone)
Don Brewer  (Grand Funk Railroad)
Claydes Charles Smith  (Kool and the Gang)
John Martyn
Kenney Jones  (The Small Faces, The Faces, The Who)
Chuck Panozzo  (Styx)
John Panozzo  (Styx)
Olivia Newton-John
Mark Farner  (Grand Funk Railroad)
Johnny Ramone  (The Ramones)
Jackson Browne
Chris DeBurgh
Patrick Simmons  (The Doobie Brothers)
Dale Griffin  (Mott the Hoople)
Glenn Tipton  (Judas Priest)
Peter Hammill  (Van der Graaf Generator)
Glenn Frey  (The Eagles)
Errol Brown  (Hot Chocolate)
Lonnie Jordan  (War)
Ozzy Osbourne  (Black Sabbath)
Southside Johnny  (Southside Johnny and the Asbury Dukes)
David O'List  (The Nice)
Ted Nugent
Alan Parsons  (The Alan Parsons Project)
Merry Clayton
Donna Summer

 
January 5, 1949 
January 19, 1949
January 22, 1949
February 2, 1949
February 3, 1949
February 4, 1950
February 7, 1949
February 13, 1949
February 21, 1949
March 12, 1949
March 21, 1949
March 23, 1949
March 24, 1949
March 24, 1949
April 3, 1949
April 7, 1949
May 9, 1949 
May 17, 1949
May 18, 1949
May 19, 1949
May 26, 1949
May 28, 1949
June 12, 1949
June 14, 1949
June 14, 1949
June 20, 1949
June 22, 1949
June 22, 1949
June 24, 1949
July 2, 1949
July 17, 1949
July 26, 1949
August 8, 1949
August 11, 1949
August 12, 1949
August 16, 1949
August 20, 1949
August 25, 1949
September 7, 1949
September 10, 1949
September 13, 1949
September 23, 1949
October 2, 1949
October 3, 1949
October 27, 1949
November 8, 1949
November 13, 1949
November 14, 1949
December 7, 1949
December 8, 1949
December 13, 1949
December 16, 1949
December 17, 1949
December 22, 1949
December 22, 1949
George Brown  (Kool and the Gang)
Robert Palmer
Steve Perry  (Journey)
Ross Valory  (Journey)
Arthur Kane  (The New York Dolls)
James Dunn  (The Stylistics)
Joe English  (Wings, Sea Level)
Judy Dyble  (Fairport Convention)
Jerry Harrison  (The Modern Lovers, Talking Heads)
Bill Payne  (Little Feat)
Eddie Money
Ric Ocasek  (The Cars)
Steve Lang  (April Wine)
Nick Lowe  (Brinsley Schwarz, Rockpile)
Richard Thompson  (Fairport Convention, Richard and Linda Thompson)
Ron Kersey  (The Trammps)
Billy Joel
Bill Bruford  (Yes, King Crimson)
Rick Wakeman  (Yes)
Dusty Hill  (ZZ Top)
Hank Williams Jr.
Wendy O. Williams  (The Plasmastics)
John Wetton  (King Crimson, Asia)
Alan White  (Plastic Ono Band, Yes)
Jim Lea  (Slade)
Lionel Richie  (The Commodores)
Gary Moffet  (April Wine)
Larry Junstrom  (Lynyrd Skynyrd, .38 Special)
John Illsley  (Dire Straits)
Roy Bittan  (Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band)
Geezer Butler  (Black Sabbath)
Roger Taylor  (Queen)
Airrion Love  (The Stylistics)
Eric Carmen  (The Raspberries)
Mark Knopfler  (Dire Straits)
Scott Asheton  (The Stooges)
Phil Lynott  (Thin Lizzy)
Gene Simmons  (Kiss)
Gloria Gaynor
Barriemore Barlow  (Jethro Tull)
Fred "Sonic" Smith  (The MC5)
Bruce Springsteen
Richard Hell  (Richard Hell & the Voidoids)
Lindsey Buckingham  (Fleetwood Mac)
Garry Tallent  (Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band)
Bonnie Raitt
Terry Reid
James Young  (Styx)
Tom Waits
Ray Shulman  (Gentle Giant)
Tom Verlaine  (Television)
Billy Gibbons  (ZZ Top)
Paul Rodgers  (Free, Bad Company, The Firm)
Robin Gibb  (The Bee Gees)
Maurice Gibb  (The Bee Gees)

 
January 5, 1950
January 9, 1950
January 21, 1950
January 23, 1950
February 1, 1950
February 6, 1950
February 12, 1950
February 13, 1950
February 20, 1950
February 25, 1950
February 26, 1950
March 2, 1950
March 18, 1950
March 20, 1950
March 21, 1950
March 26, 1950
March 27, 1950
March 27, 1950
April 5, 1950
April 10, 1950
April 12, 1950
April 22, 1950
April 25, 1950
May 2, 1950
May 9, 1950
May 13, 1950
May 18, 1950
May 22, 1950
June 3, 1950
June 3, 1950
June 11, 1950
June 16, 1950
June 19, 1950
June 21, 1950
July 5, 1950
July 15, 1950
July 18, 1950
August 11, 1950
September 10, 1950
September 14, 1950
October 2, 1950
October 3, 1950
October 5, 1950
October 8, 1950
October 13, 1950
October 20, 1950
November 18, 1950
November 20, 1950
November 22, 1950
November 22, 1950
December 9, 1950
December 28, 1950
Chris Stein  (Blondie)
David Johansen  (The New York Dolls, Buster Poindexter)
Billy Ocean
Danny Federici  (Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band)
Mike Campbell  (Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers)
Natalie Cole
Steve Hackett  (Genesis)
Peter Gabriel  (Genesis)
Walter Becker  (Steely Dan)
Emitt Rhodes
Jonathan Cain  (Journey)
Karen Carpenter  (The Carpenters)
John Hartman  (The Doobie Brothers)
Carl Palmer  (Emerson Lake & Palmer, Asia)
Roger Hodgson  (Supertramp)
Teddy Pendergrass  (Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes)
Tony Banks  (Genesis)
James Williams  (The Ohio Players)
Agnetha Fältskog  (Abba)
Eddie Hazel  (Funkadelic)
David Cassidy
Peter Frampton  (The Herd, Humble Pie)
Steve Ferrone  (The Average White Band)
Lou Gramm  (Foreigner)
Tom Petersson  (Cheap Trick)
Stevie Wonder
Mark Mothersbaugh  (Devo)
Bernie Taupin  (Elton John)
Deniece Williams
Suzi Quatro
Frank Beard  (ZZ Top)
James Smith  (The Stylistics)
Ann Wilson  (Heart)
Joey Kramer  (Aerosmith)
Huey Lewis  (Huey Lewis & the News)
Gregory Isaacs
Glenn Hughes  (Village People)
Erik Brann  (Iron Butterfly)
Joe Perry  (Aerosmith)
Paul Kossoff  (Free)
Mike Rutherford  (Genesis, Mike + the Mechanics)
John Curulewski  (Styx)
Eddie Clarke  (Motorhead)
Robert Bell  (Kool and the Gang)
Simon Nicol  (Fairport Convention, The Albion Band)
Tom Petty  (Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, The Traveling Wilburys)
Graham Parker
Gary Green  (Gentle Giant)
Tina Weymouth  (Talking Heads, Tom Tom Club)
Steven Van Zandt  (Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band)
Joan Armatrading
Alex Chilton  (Big Star)

 

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