signed them with RCA Victor in 1956, and soon they had two major hits, "I Take the Chance" (a cover of a Louvin Brothers composition that showed the Browns' close harmony) and "I Heard the Bluebirds Sing". When Jim Ed was drafted in 1957, the group continued to record while he was on leave, and sister Norma filled in for him on tours,
The Browns Jim Ed and Maxine were joined in 1955 by 18-year-old Bonnie, and The Browns began performing on ''Louisiana Hayride'' in Shreveport, Louisiana. By the end of 1955, the trio was appearing on KWTO-AM (KWTO) in Springfield, Missouri, and had another top ten hit with "Here Today and Gone Tomorrow", which got a boost by their national appearances on ABC-TV's ''Ozark Jubilee''. They signed with RCA Victor in 1956, and soon had two major
hits, "I Take the Chance" and "I Heard the Bluebirds Sing". When Jim Ed was drafted in 1957, the group continued to record while he was on leave, and sister Norma filled in for him on tours. He was stationed at Fort Carson
, Illinois , in 1943 before being drafted into the US Navy during World War II. In 1945, Reed was discharged and moved back to Mississippi for a brief period, marrying his girlfriend, Mary "Mama" Reed, before moving to Gary, Indiana to work at an Armour & Co. meat packing plant. Mama Reed appears as an uncredited background singer on many of his songs, notably the major hits "Baby What You Want Me to Do", "Big Boss Man" and " Bright
) The Lodger '' (1932). Carnegie Mellon alumni have had success in Hollywood, Broadway (Broadway theatre), television, and the music industry. They include: *Best Actress Academy award winner Holly Hunter (1980) He wrote hundreds of songs, many becoming major hits, which made him "a legend" before he turned thirty. During his 60-year career he wrote an estimated 1,500 songs, including the scores for 19 Broadway (Broadway theatre) shows and 18
). The resulting film was one of the major hits of the year, and the script, considered to show a modern relationship in a realistic manner for the first time, was considered to be groundbreaking. However this is only because it was written and released before the enactment of the Hollywood Production Code, which strictly censored movies from mid-1934 until the early 1960s (see Pre-Code). The other Nick and Nora films show a steep decline regarding the "groundbreaking maturity" of the Charles' marriage. Career Not long after marrying screenwriter Albert Hackett, the couple went to Hollywood in the late 1920s to write the screenplay for their stage success ''Up Pops the Devil'' for Paramount Pictures. In 1933 they signed a contract with MGM and remained with them until 1939. Among their earliest assignments was writing the screenplay for ''The Thin Man (The Thin Man (film))'' (1934). They were encouraged by the director (film director) W. S. Van Dyke to use the writing of Dashiell Hammett as a basis only, and to concentrate on providing witty exchanges for the principal characters, Nick and Nora Charles (played by William Powell and Myrna Loy). The resulting film was one of the major hits of the year, and the script, considered to show a modern relationship in a realistic manner for the first time, was considered to be groundbreaking. However this is only because it was written and released before the enactment of the Hollywood Production Code, which strictly censored movies from mid-1934 until the early 1960s (see Pre-Code). The other Nick and Nora films show a steep decline regarding the "groundbreaking maturity" of the Charles' marriage. Buchanan was born in Mexia, Texas. He was orphaned as a baby, and was raised in Dallas (Dallas, Texas) in an orphanage. It was while growing up there that he became fascinated with the movies which were shown in the orphanage's theater. He considered becoming a minister, but visited Hollywood and landed a job in the props department at 20th Century Fox. He made movies for the United States Army Signal Corps during World War II. Writing career Roberts began his career as a contemporary American (United States) mystery novelist after twenty-four years in Hollywood, having written and or produced more than 2,500 half-hour segments of network and syndicated television.
of the last major hits the group had. According to a company press release dated June 29, 2007, Popeyes is the second-largest "quick-service chicken restaurant group, measured by number of units", "Popeyes Chicken & Biscuits Offers 'A Side of Hope,' to America's Hungry Families", press release, popeyes.com with more than 1,800 restaurants in more than 40 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto
, however, become famous through Puerto Rico when the group began to have a televised (Television) show, and with two of Menudo's first hits: a Spanish (Spanish language) version of ABBA's "Voulez Vous" and "Los Fantasmas". Carlos Meléndez tried a duo singing career with Fernando Sallaberry for a brief time after leaving Menudo. He did not record any major hits by himself, however, and soon, retired from music. "For All Time
becoming major hits in the island. Commons:Category:Puerto Rico WikiPedia:Puerto Rico Dmoz:Regional Caribbean Puerto Rico
that left his face partially paralyzed temporarily. Despite his illness, Lightfoot had several major hits during the 1970s. In June 1974 his classic single "Sundown (Sundown (Gordon Lightfoot song))" from the album ''Sundown'' went to No.1 (Hot 100 No. 1 Hits of 1974) on the American and Canadian charts. It would be his only number one hit in the United States. He performed it twice on NBC's ''The Midnight Special (The Midnight Special (TV series))'' series. "Carefree Highway" (about Arizona State Route 74 in Phoenix, Arizona) was the follow-up single from the same album. It charted in the Top 10 in both countries. Lightfoot! The Gordon Lightfoot Internet Companion. www.lightfoot.ca chron03.htm. Retrieved November 3, 2006. Lightfoot wrote it after traveling from Flagstaff, Arizona on Interstate 17 to Phoenix. Sánchez kept on fighting and moved to the Featherweight division. Soon he had beaten people like the Puerto Rican (Puerto Rico) featherweight champion Felix Trinidad Sr., on his way to securing a title shot at world champion Danny "Little Red" Lopez (Danny Lopez), a popular TV fighter of the late 1970s who was an impressive fighter and had won some spectacular fights against the likes of former world champion David Kotei (twice), Juan Malvares and Mike Ayala. Confident and hard to beat, Lopez was beaten by the 21 year old Sánchez, who knocked out the defending champion in 13 rounds in Phoenix, Arizona, United States on February 2, 1980. Sanchez defended his title for the first time with a 15 round unanimous decision against Ruben Castillo (Ruben Castillo (boxer)) (47-1). Thinking it was just a case of 'beginner's luck' (as it was Sánchez's first world title fight ever), Lopez looked for a rematch and this he got, in Las Vegas (Las Vegas metropolitan area). This time Sánchez defeated Lopez by 14th round TKO. In his next fight, he defeated Patrick Ford (15-0). As a professional, Delia began with a 4 round decision win over Lucy Tellez in Texas. A couple of fights later, she beat Gloria Ramirez twice, once by knockout in the 3rd, and once by decision in 4. Both fights again took place in Texas. Two more wins followed and a title shot came after that, and she beat Klee Fenie in Las Vegas (Las Vegas metropolitan area) to become the WIBF (Women's International Boxing Federation)'s world Flyweight champion. She defended her title against Anissa Zamarron winning on points, then met Phoenix (Phoenix, Arizona)'s Yvonne Trevino which the judges called a technical draw (word used for tie in boxing). She later met Jolene Blackshear and lost the world title. He later attended Pasadena City College in southern (Southern California) California, and Arizona State University (Arizona State Sun Devils football) in Tempe (Tempe, Arizona) (on a football (College Football) scholarship (Athletic scholarship)); Eastern Arizona College in Thatcher (Thatcher, Arizona); and Phoenix College in Phoenix (Phoenix, Arizona). At Eastern Arizona, Nolte lettered in football as a tight end and defensive end, in basketball (College Basketball) as a forward (Forward (basketball)), and as a catcher on the baseball (College baseball) team. Poor grades eventually ended his studies, at which point his career in theatre began in earnest. While in college, Nolte worked for the Falstaff Brewery in Omaha. The '''Phoenix Mercury''' is a professional basketball team based in Phoenix (Phoenix, Arizona), Arizona, playing in the Western Conference (Western Conference (WNBA)) in the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA). The team was founded before the league's inaugural 1997 season (1997 WNBA season) began; it is one of the eight original franchises. The team is owned by Robert Sarver, who also owns the Mercury's NBA counterpart, the Phoenix Suns. Yuma to Casa Grande I-8 enters Arizona from California at the Colorado River bridge at Yuma. It initially heads south through Yuma until the interchange with US-95 (U.S. Route 95 in California) where the freeway begins to make the turn to the east. I-8 closely follows the alignment of the old US-80 route and in some locations, the US-80 alignment was upgraded and became I-8. West of Wellton (Wellton, Arizona), the highway curves towards the north to take a northeasterly course. Through this part of Arizona, I-8 passes along the northern edge of the Barry M. Goldwater Air Force Range and to the south of the Yuma Proving Ground. It keeps a northeastern heading until it reaches Gila Bend, Arizona where it intersects SR 85 (Arizona State Route 85) which leads to Phoenix (Phoenix, Arizona). After leaving Gila Bend, I-8 takes a southeastern heading as it passes through the Sonoran Desert National Monument. After exiting the monument, the highway continues on an easterly heading to a junction with SR 84 (Arizona State Route 84) that will parallel I-8 to the north and go through Casa Grande (Casa Grande, Arizona) while I-8 will pass to the south of the city. I-8 reaches its eastern terminus at an interchange with I-10 (Interstate 10 in Arizona) which continues on to Tucson (Tucson, Arizona). "This is America; this isn’t supposed to happen here. This is the legacy we have been left with — unfortunately it is oftentimes not true," said Anti-Defamation League representative Bill Strauss. According to the Arizona Department of Public Safety (w:Arizona Department of Public Safety), 254 incidents were reported in 2003 involving hate crimes, though Strauss said that the actual number of incidents could be higher due to underreporting.
'''''Crown Princess''''' is a Grand Class ship owned and operated by Princess Cruises. Her maiden voyage took place on June 14, 2006, departing Red Hook, Brooklyn (New York) for Grand Turk (Grand Turk Island) (Turks & Caicos), Ocho Rios (Ocho Rios, Jamaica) (Jamaica), Grand Cayman (Cayman Islands), and Port Canaveral (Florida). As of 2009, the ''Crown Princess'' sails the Caribbean for the Winter season, and Europe for the Summer season. Like her sister ships Emerald Princess and Ruby Princess her Skywalkers Night Club is built aft of the funnel rather
, but his family moved to the working class district of Grorud, Oslo in 1952. Early in his career Kalvik found success putting music to the poetry of popular Norwegian writers André Bjerke and Inger Hagerup. He made his breakthrough in 1969 with the song ''Finne meg sjæl'', and he also had major hits in 1971 with ''En tur rundt i byen'' (based on Ralph McTell's ''Streets Of London (Streets of London (song))'') and in 1975 with ''Ride ranke'' (based on Harry Chapin's
Cassette casette format. '''''Vuco II''''' is the second album of Croatian singer Siniša Vuco. It was released in 1995 on the Croatia Records record label. discogs.com Retrieved 31 Jan 2012 ''Vuco II'' contains all major hits by Vuco, which makes it one of his best albums. Songs “Crna ženo”, as well as festival songs “Sestro, odlazi” and “Siromasi” were all very popular songs
Karam's music changed, but she also sported a new look, which further emphasised that the album was a turn around. ''Saharni'''s success was instantaneous, even though there was a lack of video clips for the songs, the album came through on top of the charts, and produced a number of major hits, including ''Edhak Lil Dounya (Smile to the world)'', and the title track ''Saharni (He charmed me)''. After a few months, Najwa had completed the rest of her new album, '' Shu Mghaira
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