1 October

Al Goyans
Trumpet, b.1920, Wetteren, Belgium

Albert Collins
Blues Singer, Guitarist, Songwriter, b.1932 d.1993, NN: The Master of the Telecaster (electric guitar)

Andre Paquinet
Trombone, b.1926, Arcueil, France

Ann Richards
Jazz Singer, b.1935 d.1982, San Diego, CA

Charlie Braugham
Drums, b.1942, Dallas, Texas

Christine Andreas
Singer, Musical Actress Soap Actress, b.????, Another World’s Taylor Benson

Julie Andrews
TV, Movie, Stage Actress, Singer, Variety Show Hostess, Protestant, English, b.1936, born in Walton-on-Thames; RN: Julia Elizabeth Wells; own TV show; Blake Edward’s wife, My Fair Lady, Mary Poppins, Sound of Music

Curtis Lundy
Canadian Bass Player, b.1945, brother of singer Carmen Lundy,

Dave Holland
Jazz Bassist, b.1946, English, other-instruments, Wolverhampton, England

Max Monrath
Pianist, Ragtime, b.1936

Ann Richards
Jazz Singer, 1935

Irwin Kostal
Bandleader, b.1911 d.1994, of The Garry Moore Show, West Side Story, The Sound Of Music; d. Nov 30?

Johnny Meyer
Accordion, b.1912, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Mark Helias (1950)

Paul Abraham Dukas
Composer, b.1865 d.1935 French, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice

Paul Cheron,
Reeds, b.1 960, Toulouse, France

Syanley Holloway, TV, Movie Actor, Comedian, Singer, b.1890 d.1982, British, My Fair Lady, Our Man Higgins star
Tony Dumas, Bass, b.1955, Los Angeles, CA

Vladimir Horowitz
Classical Pianist, Classical Performer, b.1903 d.1989, Russian, won 24 Grammys during his lifetime, more than any other classical performer or conducter except Sir Georg Solti, The greatest of the 20th century; some say 1904 or Oct 3

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