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Rock and Roll Almanac for June 1. Today’s Rock and Roll Birthdays. Tom Bahler 75, American singer, songwriter, arranger, producer. He is most known for his song, ‘She’s Out of My Life’, recorded by Michael Jackson for his Off The Wall album. Kansas City Chiefs Abbey Road Shirt! The song was originally written for Frank Sinatra who never recorded it. Together with the Wrecking Crew, the Bahler brothers have sung, produced, and arranged hundreds of worldwide hits. They were the featured background voices on The Partridge Family recordings in the 1970s.

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James William McCarty 75, guitarist, Mitch Ryder and The Detroit Wheels, Buddy Miles, Cactus, Mystery Train, Bob Seger. Ronnie Wood 71, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame guitarist, songwriter, painter and radio presenter. Originally a member of UK band The Birds, he first worked alongside Rod Stewart in the Jeff Beck Group. Kansas City Chiefs Abbey Road Shirt! He then got together with three members of The Small Faces to form The Faces joined by Rod on vocals. His songwriting partnership with Rod extended to Rod’s early solo albums. Wood joined The Rolling Stones in 1975 after the departure of Mick Taylor.

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Graham Russell 68, guitar, vocals for the Australian soft rock band Air Supply who scored the 1980 UK No.11 single All Out Of Love and the 1981 US No.1 single The One That You Love. Kansas City Chiefs Abbey Road Shirt and Michael Landau 60, American musician, engineer and record producer and session musician who has worked with Boz Scaggs, Joni Mitchell, Seal, Michael Jackson, James Taylor, Richard Marx, Steve Perry, Pink Floyd, Roger Daltrey, Glenn Frey, and Miles Davis.