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Pemberton, British Columbia

-Britannique '' operates one Francophone primary school in that city: ''école de la Vallée-de-Pemberton''. "Carte des écoles." ''Conseil scolaire francophone de la Colombie-Britanique''. Retrieved on 22 January 2015. Pemberton Festivals On July 25–27, 2008, Pemberton hosted the Pemberton Festival, which had a musical lineup of 66 acts including Nine Inch Nails, Coldplay, Jay-Z


Vernon, British Columbia

. During the August long weekend for the past 9 years The Komasket Music Festival has taken place on the land of the Okanagan Indian Band. During this weekend a multi-cultural village is created in the town of Vernon and draws a crowd from across the nation as well as introducing international acts including this year's headliner The Wailers (The Wailers (1963-1974 band)) (reggae legend Bob Marley's backing band) to the area for the first time (in 2009 the festival brought 80's hip-hop icons


Haight-Ashbury

success. J. E. Perone, ''Music of the Counterculture Era'' (London: Greenwood, 2004), ISBN 0-313-32689-4, p. 24. Santana (Santana (band)), led by guitarist Carlos Santana, used Latin rhythms as the basis for their psychedelic music. These trends climaxed in the 1969 Woodstock festival, which saw performances by most of the major psychedelic acts, including Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, and Santana. A. Bennett


Kansas City, Kansas

; As well as producing and releasing records through his label (Record label), Bracken also wrote some of the songs recorded. During the 1950s and early 1960s Vee-Jay became a major independent record label with acts including Jimmy Reed, John Lee Hooker, Gene Chandler, Jerry Butler (Jerry Butler (singer)), The Four Seasons (The Four Seasons (group)) and, for a time, The Beatles. The company folded in 1966. caption 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle Greenbrier station wagon


Gary, Indiana

their own record company, which they named Vee-Jay from their initials. Vee-Jay As well as producing and releasing records through his label (Record label), Bracken also wrote some of the songs recorded. During the 1950s and early 1960s Vee-Jay became a major independent record label with acts including Jimmy Reed, John Lee Hooker, Gene Chandler, Jerry Butler (Jerry Butler (singer)), The Four Seasons (group


Evansville, Indiana

dance radio show the "Boone County Jamboree" when it began in 1938. He performed on various weekday programs, often working with other WLW acts including Louis Marshall "Grandpa" Jones (Grandpa Jones), the Delmore Brothers,(In Alton Delmores Book "Truth is Stranger Than Publicity" on pages 274-275 Alton describes how he taught Merle Travis how to read and write music) Truth is Stranger Than Publicity 1995 ed. Hank Penny and Joe


Youngstown, Ohio

;IMDb Biography and died in Gstaad, Switzerland, from complications of a broken hip. *Black Monday, 27 May 1935 – US Supreme Court Justices overturned multiple Acts

including National Industrial Recovery Act. *Black Monday (Deindustrialization of Youngstown, Ohio), September 19, 1977 – when Youngstown Sheet and Tube Company, one of America (United States)'s largest regional steel-manufacturing (steel mill) firms, announced that it would shut down most of its operations in the vicinity of Youngstown, Ohio, placing 5,000 people out of work. This development presaged the collapse of that community's industrial economy, from which it still


Saskatoon

for the live music lover Saskatoon is home to a large blues jazz community that frequents many bars and clubs known for their blues- and jazz-related acts, including Amigo's, Buds on Broadway, The Bassment and formerly Lydia's. The Canadian rock band The Sheepdogs are from Saskatoon. Canadian musician Joni Mitchell calls Saskatoon her hometown. Royal presence Saskatoon has welcomed members of Canada's Royal Family since 1919


Monte Carlo

variety acts within a one hour program of singing and dancing. The Quiddlers were booked for the entire season along with rotating acts like extreme magician Rudy Coby from LA, seventh generation circus acrobats, The Nicolodis from Paris, and visual comedian and Montréal native Michel Lauzière. The following summer, they performed in Stuttgart, Germany's "Theatre Varieté" alongside acts including Kai Eickermann, an award winning European breakdancer, Team Rosa


Cleveland

only to New York (New York Fashion Week) for fashion weeks in the US. In addition to the cultural festivals, Cleveland hosted the CMJ Rock Hall Music Fest, which featured national and local acts, including both established artists and up-and-coming acts, but the festival was discontinued in 2007 due to financial and manpower costs to the Rock Hall. Soeder, John. " CMJ Rock Hall Music Fest

. He was inspired to aim towards artist management after meeting Todd Rundgren's (Todd Rundgren) manager, Eric Gardner, to organise an interview for his radio station. After graduation, Malm worked in his family's machine equipment business by day and by night was a part-time promoter of local music acts, including the Exotic Birds, Lucky Pierre and System 56. He left the family business to manage the Birds full-time, in which Reznor was a "bit player". Malm quit in 1987 due


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