Jason Becker Birthday, Date of Birth

Jason Becker

Jason Eli Becker (born July 22, 1969) is an American virtuoso musician, songwriter and composer. At the age of 16, he became part of the Shrapnel Records-produced duo Cacophony with his friend Marty Friedman. They released the albums Speed Metal Symphony in 1987 and Go Off! in 1988. Cacophony disbanded in 1989 and Becker began doing solo work, having released his first album Perpetual Burn in 1988, also through Shrapnel. He later joined David Lee Roth's band and recorded one album with him, A Little Ain't Enough.

Becker's performing career was cut short by amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). In 1996, Becker lost the ability to speak, and he now communicates with his eyes via a system developed by his father. He continues to compose with the aid of a computer and has since released Collection in 2008 and Triumphant Hearts in 2018, as well as various compilations.

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Birthday, Date of Birth
Tuesday, July 22, 1969
Place of Birth
Richmond
Age
52
Star Sign

The July 22, 1969 was a Tuesday under the star sign of . It was the 202 day of the year. President of the United States was Richard M. Nixon.

If you were born on this day, you are 52 years old. Your last birthday was on the Thursday, July 22, 2021, 2 days ago. Your next birthday is on Friday, July 22, 2022, in 362 days. You have lived for 18,995 days, or about 455,885 hours, or about 27,353,129 minutes, or about 1,641,187,754 seconds.

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22nd of July 1969 News

News as it appeared on the front page of the New York Times on July 22, 1969

BIG BOARD PRICES DECLINE SHARPLY; Early Confidence Fades Quickly, as the Market Again Turns Lower DOW INDEX LOSES 11.90 Other Indicators Tumble Also as Declines Outpace Advances by 3 to 1 BIG BOARD PRICES DECLINE SHARPLY

Date: 23 July 1969

By JOHN. J. ABELE

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U.S. Acts to Relax Curbs On China Travel and Trade; Long Policy of Isolating Peking Is Eased -- Ban on Visits Is Softened and Bar to Mainland-Made Goods Loosened

Date: 22 July 1969

By PETER GROSE

Peter GROSE

Nixon Adm, acting to relax curbs on travel to Communist China, lifts restriction on travel for scientists

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Mrs. Chennault Denies Seeking Peace Talk Delay; Widow of General Describes White's Account as 'Insult' At Taipei News Conference, She Rebuts Book's Charge

Date: 23 July 1969

Mrs Chennault calls T H White rept that she sought to delay talks an 'insult', news conf; makes other comments

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Automobile Output Drops

Date: 22 July 1969

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Monarchists in Lisbon Glum

Date: 23 July 1969

Special to The New York Times

monarchist backers of Don Juan glum on getting news

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RuN. G. F. HEINZMANN I OF MARYKNOLL, 65

Date: 23 July 1969

Heinzmann, George Frederick (Rev)

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Collins Asks for It: Dow-Jones Is Down

Date: 23 July 1969

Special to The New York Times

Collins asks ground controllers to read him Dow-Jones stock mkt rept

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Iraq Says Syria Deported Baghdad-Backed Guerrillas

Date: 22 July 1969

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B. B. C. Declines to Reply To Accusation by Israel

Date: 23 July 1969

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WORK IS UNDER WAY ON A NUCLEAR ENGINE

Date: 22 July 1969

Westinghouse Elec astronuclear lab dir Esselman says corp is working on development of nuclear engine capable of flying man to Mars by '77; says $1.5-billion project is being sponsored by NASA and AEC

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