Sunday, March 17, 2019

Music Monday: Musicians Born in March

Music Monday: Celebrating those great Musicians born in March:


Harry Belafonte, March 1st 1927 (90):



Kiki Dee, March 6, 1947 (72) and Elton John born March 25, 1947 (will be 72)


Edie Brickell, March 10, 1966 (53)


Genesis Keyboardist Tony Banks, March 27, 1950 (will be 69):



Local Boy M.C. Hammer March 30, 1962 (will be 57):


And born on this Monday, Irene Cara, March 18th, 1959 (Happy 60th):


Hope everyone has a great Monday.

11 comments:

  1. There were some cool artists born in March. Thanks for the fun theme.

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  2. Fun theme! Cathy is right, lots of great artists born in March. You covered some that I didn't.

    ~Mary
    Jingle Jangle Jungle
    Literary Gold

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  3. How creative of you to find a March born duet in Sir Elton John & Kiki Dee. Nicely played. Have a blessed week.

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  4. I love the theme. and you have some great choices here.

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  5. This was a great theme, Patrick, and I haven't seen much repetition. You chose well, both with the theme and the song choices. Great job!

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  6. Patrick,

    I didn't know that Kiki Dee & EJ did another song together other than 'Don't Go Breaking My Heart' so I appreciated listening to 'True Love' for the first time. Irene Cara 'Flash Dance' is a blast from the past! Great theme choice and artist features this week. Thanks for sharing the dance floor with me today, my friend!

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  7. Wow, great fantastic choices you have done and their tunes of course! Love each one and you dance divinely my friend! You started out great and what a finish! You sure can pick em'! And love they way you move! hehehe!Everyone loved your theme to say the least! What a great month to pick too! Your first one was a hoot & True Love I haven't heard in forever! I loved it! Thank you so much for all! Fan-tas-tic!!!

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  8. Kiki Dee AND Elton John. Flashdance! What a selection. Daylight come and I want to go home / a favorite from my childhood, Day-O! And MC Hammer is turning 57? That really makes me feel...er, old. Thank you for a great theme.

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  9. Love this, and you provide great music ideas! Thanks so much for sharing.

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  10. You've got me dancing around the room to all of these tunes!!! As a kid I was obsessed with that song from Beetlejuice! Thank you for sharing this with us at #TriumphantTales. I hope to see you back tomorrow.

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  11. I remember them all, but I'm 67 and I should remember them all.

    Thank you for joining the Happy Tuesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Happy Tuesday, Patrick. See you tomorrow for Wordless Wednesday. 😎

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