Born: 18 December 1953
Member of the now disbanded group "The Cars".
Sheena Shirley Orr
Born: 27 April 1959
Pop diva of the 1980s. First female artist to score
two simultaneous Top Ten hits in the UK with "Modern Girl" and "9
Edward Kennedy Ellington
Born: 29 April 1899
Died: 24 May 1974 (cancer)
Best known for his orchestras most famous number,
Strayhorn's "Take the A Train". One of the finest figures of
Born: 1 July 1971
Rapper, singer-songwriter, record producer, dancer and actress. Missy is a 5-time Grammy Award winner.
Marshall Bruce Mathers III
Born: 17 October 1974
Kansas City, Missouri
Rapper of the hit "The Slim Shady LP". Performed with
Elton John at the 2001 Grammy
Awards. Pays his estranged wife USD$2,740 per week in child
support, she says it's not enough!
Eithne Ní Bhraonáin
Born: 17 May 1961
Mystical pop singer, 1988 album "Watermark"
established her as a singer of sweet, mystical multi-layered
David Albert Cook
Born: 23 July 1947
Pin-up teen idol of the 1970s. Two #1 hits in the
Gloria Maria Fajardo
Born: 1 September 1957
Born: August 18, 1969
Long Island, New York
One-time member of House of Pain, regained popularity
by re-inventing himself as "if Neil Young or Willie Nelson, or
Johnny Cash was a b-boy."