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  1. Generation X - Wikipedia › wiki › Generation_X

    From 1976 to 1981, English musician Billy Idol used the moniker as the name for his punk rock band. Idol had attributed the name of his band to the book Generation X , a 1965 book on British popular youth culture written by journalists Jane Deverson and Charles Hamblett [9] [10] — a copy of which had been owned by Idol's mother. [11]

  2. Marillion - Wikipedia › wiki › Marillion

    In March 2018, Steve Hogarth was involved with fellow musician Howard Jones in helping to unveil a memorial to David Bowie, which is situated close to Aylesbury's Market Square. [67] [68] The memorial was the inspiration of promoter David Stopps, who booked Bowie to appear at the Friars Aylesbury where he debuted Ziggy Stardust .

  3. Jeff Baxter - Wikipedia › wiki › Jeff_Baxter

    With Steve Cropper. Night After Night (MCA Records, 1982) With Glen Campbell. Somethin' 'Bout You Baby I Like (Capitol Records, 1980) With Dolly Parton. Heartbreaker (RCA Records, 1978) 9 to 5 and Odd Jobs (RCA Records, 1980) Heartbreak Express (RCA Records, 1982) With Ringo Starr. Time Takes Time (Private Music, 1992) Vertical Man (Mercury ...

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