Share Share Share January 10, 2017 January Birthdays Happy January 10th Birthday! If you were born on January 10, you share a birthday with these famous seniors: "Rompin" Ronnie Hawkins is 87 Octogenarian senior citizen, American rockabilly, country, and rock & roll singer (Mary Lou), mentor to Canadian musicians (The Band, Crowbar, Pat Travers) born Jan. 10, 1935. (Ronnie Hawkins Photo: Ronnie Hawkins) Frank Mahovlich is 79 Canadian WHA and NHL hockey player (Toronto Maple Leafs, Detroit Red Wings, Montreal Canadiens), member of the Hockey Hall of Fame, and septuagenarian senior citizen born Jan. 10, 1938. (Frank Mahovlich Photo: CBC | Hockey Hall of Fame) Rod Stewart is 71 British senior citizen, Rock & Roll Hall of Famer, singer (Sailing, The First Cut is the Deepest) and singer-songwriter (Maggie May, You Wear It Well, Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?) born Jan. 10, 1945. (Rod Stewart Photo: The Telegraph) George Foreman is 68 American businessman (George Foreman Grill), 1968 Olympic Gold Medal heavyweight amateur boxer, World Heavyweight Champion professional boxer, and senior citizen born Jan. 10, 1949. (George Foreman Photo: BoxRec) (Photo: Alberto Restifo) Happy Birthday to everyone celebrating their birthday on January 10, 2016! And remembering Ray Bolger American singer, dancer, and actor on stage (April in Paris), movies (The Wizard of Oz, Babes in Toyland) and television (Where's Raymond?) (born Jan. 10, 1904 - died Jan. 15, 1987; age 83). Cause of death for Ray Bolger was bladder cancer. (Ray Bolger Photo: That's Entertainment) Frank Sinatra Jr. American actor (A Man Called Adam), crooner, and kidnapped son of Frank Sinatra (born Jan. 10, 1944 – died Mar. 16, 2016; age 72). Cause of death for Frank Sinatra Jr. was cardiac arrest. (Frank Sinatra Jr. 1969 The Red Skelton Show Photo: CBS TV | Wikimedia Commons / Public Domain) Scott McKenzie American singer of San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair) and Like an Old Time Movie, songwriter (Hey! What About Me; Kokomo) nee Philip Blondheim (born Jan. 10, 1939 - died Aug. 18, 2012; age 73). Scott McKenzie had suffered from Guillain–Barré syndrome since 2010.