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Clarkston, Michigan

Counties. The Stills-Young Band, comprising Stills' current touring band behind the pair, began a tour in 1976 prior to the album's release. The tour commenced in Clarkston, Michigan on June 23, but after nine dates Young dropped out after July 18 via a laconic telegram to Stills, forcing Stills to complete the concert tour solo through October. Neil Young tour statistics The telegram read: "Dear Stephen, funny how some

Ithaca, New York

York the young band earned the respect of their local "old-time heroes" and gained a dedicated local fan base by performing weekly at the Rongovian Embassy with Richie Stearns and annually at the Finger Lakes GrassRoots Festival of Music and Dance in Trumansburg, New York quote "We took our name from a medicine show — from minstrelsy (Minstrel show). That’s an entertainment form that predates vaudeville and that sort of swept the American South and many other environs across America starting up at the Civil War. "Roots Revival" by Neal McAlister, American Way Magazine; 2011. source Ketch Secor After the breakup of the Route 11 Boys, Secor attended Ithaca College "Hardcore Troubadors" text and photos by Matt Dellinger for ''The Oxford American'' March April 2003. and brought Fuqua up to New York State, where they met Willie Watson through mutual friend Richie Stearns. Watson dissolved the Funnest Game and they assembled "a whole bunch of these players all around Ithaca, New York, Pure Music interview with Ketch Secor by Frank Goodman. They gathered in Critter's bedroom to record an album that they could sell on the road; a cassette of ten songs, called ''Trans:mission''. In October 1998 the band left Ithaca for the "Trans:mission" Tour. Busking their way west across Canada and circling back east again where they settled in the Appalachian Mountains outside of Boone, North Carolina. '''Alpha Phi Alpha''' ('''ΑΦΑ''') is the first Black, Inter-Collegiate Greek-Lettered fraternity (Fraternities and sororities). It was founded on December 4, 1906 at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. Its founders are known as the "Seven Jewels (:Category:Alpha Phi Alpha founders)". '''Alpha Phi Alpha''' developed a model that was used by the many Black Greek Letter Organizations (BGLOs) that soon followed in its footsteps. It employs an icon from Ancient Egypt, the Great Sphinx of Giza as its symbol, and its aims are "manly deeds, scholarship, and love for all mankind," and its motto is ''First of All, Servants of All, We Shall Transcend All.'' Its archives are preserved at the Moorland-Spingarn Research Center. Nobel Laureate in Physics (w:Nobel Prize in Physicst) '''Hans Bethe (w:Hans Bethe)''' died in his home in Ithaca, New York (w:Ithaca, New York) on March 6 (w:March 6), 2005 (w:2005), according to Cornell University (w:Cornell University), where he was professor emeritus of physics (w:physics). Scientists say they can confirm that images from the planet taken in May of 2007 at Gusev Crater (w:Gusev Crater), show that a white substance in the soil that was turned up as the rover moved along its path is Silicon dioxide (w:Silicon dioxide) or silica. Scientists at Cornell University (w:Cornell University) in Ithaca (w:Ithaca, New York), New York who made the discovery, have determined it to be nearly 90 percent pure. They also say the only way for the substance to be present there is if there was an abundance of water present on the planet sometime in its past. The water would have been superheated and coming up through hydrothermal vents (w:Hydrothermal vent) or even hot springs which scientists say would have been similar to ones already present at Yellowstone National Park (w:Yellowstone National Park) in Wyoming.


the song under the new title, 'Little Girl Sing Ding-a-Ling'. In 1954, The Bees on Imperial released a version entitled "Toy Bell." Berry recorded a version called "My Tambourine" in 1968, but the version which topped the charts was recorded live during the Lanchester Arts Festival at the Locarno ballroom in Coventry, England, on 3 February 1972, where Berry – backed by The Roy Young Band – topped a bill that also included Slade and Billy Preston. Boston radio station WMEX (WWZN) disc jockey Jim Connors was credited with a gold record for discovering the song and pushing it to #1 over the airwaves and amongst his peers in the United States. thumb Image of Mary Creagh in Parliament (File:24064 - 3 Mary Creagh MP.jpg) Creagh was born and brought up in Coventry of Irish parentage, http: books?id YnAmle9e7AMC&pg PA963&dq %22mary+creagh%22+coventry&hl en&ei YLyPTscRhqzyA9vTzSU&sa X&oi book_result&ct result&resnum 2&sqi 2&ved 0CDEQ6AEwAQ#v onepage&q %22mary%20creagh%22%20coventry&f false her father a car factory worker and her mother a primary school teacher. She was educated at the Bishop Ullathorne (William Bernard Ullathorne) Comprehensive School in Coventry and won a scholarship to Pembroke College, Oxford where she read modern languages. http: news coventry-news 2010 10 12 cov-kid-mary-creagh-lands-key-labour-shadow-cabinet-role-92746-27450044 She then attended the London School of Economics and gained an MSc (master's degree) in European Studies. She worked in Brussels for four years, first as a stagiaire at the European Parliament and then for the European Youth Forum. She taught entrepreneurship at the Cranfield University School of Management from 1997 until her election to Westminster (Palace of Westminster), and spent seven years as a trustee with Rathbone (Rathbone (charity)), a national charity. '''Jason Herbert''' (also known as '''Jason John'''), born on March 18, 1967 in Coventry, England, is a former band member of the boy group Big Fun (Big Fun (boyband)) (1989-90). He was also the manager of former Ginger Spice Geri Halliwell, at Global Talent (2003-04), Callan, Jessica (January 3, 2004). "You're not for U.S., Geri: It's all over for Halliwell in the States", ''Daily Mirror'', p. 13. and is currently managing the solo career of ex-Blue singer Lee Ryan, at the Big Group. In the 2008 film ''Clubbed'', a film about night club bouncers in Coventry in the 1980s, Salmon plays one of the main characters, Louis. In the same year he appeared in ''The Bank Job'' as Hakim Jamal. yearofbirth 1982 placeofbirth Walsgrave, Coventry, West Midlands (West Midlands (county)) countryofbirth England From about 1750 Shutford was part of the Banbury area's plush industry. Emery, 1974, page 177 Banbury was the centre for dyeing, marketing and distributing, but yarn was sent out to surrounding villages where it was woven. Emery, 1974, page 178 By 1850 the industry in the rest of the Banbury area was declining under competition from power loom weavers in Coventry. However, Shutford remained in the plush trade by concentrating on the skilled manufacture of high quality plush for liveries, upholstery and furnishings. Shutford introduced power looms in 1885 and supplied plush for the coronation of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia in 1896. The factory closed in 1948, reportedly because of a shortage of craftsmen willing to live and work in a country village. Unlike nearby towns such as Tamworth, Dudley, Hartlebury, Wolverhampton, Coventry, Burton (Burton upon Trent) and Lichfield Birmingham had little or no military defences. Park worked in the motor industry in Coventry he was the Union Convenor at the Ryton Plant of the (then) Rootes Group. He was a councillor in the Holbrooks Ward and leader of Coventry City Council and the West Midlands County Council. - 53 Coventry 3,200 Metropolitan borough, City (1345) West Midlands (West Midlands (county)) - death_date origin Coventry, England instrument Vocals '''Lee Dorrian''' (born 1968) is a singer from Coventry, England. Originally the editor publisher of the Cov punk fanzine "Committed Suicide" he then went on to be the singer and lyricist with Napalm Death and recorded one and a half albums with them, namely the second half of ''Scum (Scum (Napalm Death album))'' and ''From Enslavement to Obliteration''. He left the band after the ''Mentally Murdered'' EP was released which he also appeared on. He first used a brutal death grunt style of singing, but adopted a cleaner style when he left Napalm Death to form Cathedral (Cathedral (band)), who first played doom metal on their debut album ''Forest of Equilibrium'', then stoner rock since their second album. He also formed a record label, Rise Above Records, to release music by Cathedral and bands such as Electric Wizard, Sally (Sally (band)) and Orange Goblin. He presented an award to Napalm Death at the Metalhammer Golden Gods Awards 2007. * Cardiff - Xpress Radio, Cardiff University * Coventry - Radio Warwick, University of Warwick * Coventry - Source Radio, Coventry University * Coventry - Radio Warwick, University of Warwick * Coventry - Source Radio, Coventry University * Durham - Purple Radio, Durham University WikiPedia:Coventry Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England West Midlands Coventry Commons:Coventry

Soviet Union

management company. Seeing promise in a young band out of the Soviet Union, Gorky Park (Gorky Park (band)), BTE started managing the group. To help promote the band, the infamous "Gorky Park" guitars were made, reportedly to be given to guitar dealers as promotional pieces. BTE banked on the Gorky Park guitars to help promote the group. When the Russian band achieved only a mild measure of success, this was a significant, and final blow to the first incarnation of the Kramer company. '''Junak Drohobycz''' was a Polish (Poland) soccer team, located in Drohobycz (now Drohobych, Ukraine), on the historic territory of Kresy Wschodnie (Polish Eastern Borderlands). It was disbanded by the Soviet (Soviet Union) occupying authorities in the fall of 1939, following Soviet attack on Eastern Poland (Polish September Campaign). In early months of the war, members of Junak created the White Couriers, a boyscouting organization, which smuggled hundreds of persons from the area of Lwow to Hungary, across the Soviet-Hungarian border in the Carpathians. Early life Schwartz was born in Columbus, Ohio. His father, Horace Schwartz, was Jewish, and his mother was raised Protestant, though the family was not religious. His mother was a member of the Communist Party (Communist Party USA), and Schwartz described his father as a "fellow traveler". Schwartz was initially a Communist, and supporter of the Soviet Union; later he would call himself a "red diaper baby". His father was an independent bookseller, and his mother was a career social services employee. Schwartz, Stephen. "Remembering an SLA Terrorist". ''FrontPage Magazine'', February 20, 2003. birth_date Wikipedia:Post-Soviet states commons:Союз Советских Социалистических Республик

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