12-12: Rolling Stones San Francisco 1981 - Clifton Chenier King of the Bayous 1970 - Ike & Tina Turner Workin' Together 1971 - Copland Complete Piano Music / Leo Smit 1994

Not shown above: Johann Gottfried Seyfert & Heinrich Reitsch


1772 – Johann Gottfried Seyfert (German composer)
1788 – Joseph Gibbs (English organist & composer)
1812 – John Malchair (English painter, printmaker & musician)
1836 – Giuseppe Farinelli (Italian composer)
1909 – Carl Lorens (Austrian folk singer, poet & composer of Wienerlieder)
1920 – Paul Lacome (French composer & multi-instrumentalist)

1927 – Heinrich Reitsch (composer)
1933 – Theodore Moses Tobani (German-born American composer, arranger & violinist)
1951 – Mildred Bailey (American jazz singer, "The Rockin' Chair Lady")
1957 – Robert Kurka (American composer, conductor & violinist)
1976 – Vinko Žganec (Croatian ethnomusicologist)
1978 – Clifton Chenier (American Cajun, Creole & blues accordionist, singer & songwriter, "King of Zydeco")
1985 – Ian Stewart (Scottish rock & blues pianist, organist & percussionist, The Rolling Stones)
1987 – Louis de Meester (Belgian composer)
1987 – Enrique Jorrín (Cuban composer, violinist & band director, inventor of cha-cha-chá)
1991 – Lex Karsemeijer (Dutch tenor & choral conductor)
1993 – Joan Cross (English soprano, creator of roles in several of Britten's operas)
1999 – Leo Smit (American pianist & composer)
2006 – Kenny Davern (American jazz clarinetist & soprano saxophonist)
2007 – Ike Turner (American R&B, soul, rock & funk singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, bandleader, producer & talent scout)


No, that's not John Malchair driving the wagon up at top. That's one of his paintings, a watercolor over pencil. A problem with landscape artists is that sometimes they don't do self-portraits.




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