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Freeport, Bahamas

Other songs had been recorded during the same session, but Jubilee declined to go forward with an album. After a series of poorly-chosen appearances outside New York, culminating with a three-week stay at a failing nightspot in Freeport, Bahamas for which they were never paid, The Flying Machine broke up. (A UK band with the same name (The Flying Machine (band)) emerged in 1969 with the hit song "


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- Filming Locations for Two Mules for Sister Sara (1970) url http: www.imdb.com title tt0065134 locations accessdate 1 September 2012 American rock (Rock music) band The Killers, filmed the music video of their hit song When You Were Young, in 2006.


Wheeling, West Virginia

down to Wheeling, West Virginia," to drink. *Billy Joel's hit song "The Ballad of Billy the Kid" identifies the birthplace of the ballad's antagonist as Wheeling. *In Season 2 of ''The West Wing'', the episode "In This White House" names Wheeling as a location where two would-be assassins purchased firearms in their mission to kill the show's President, Josiah Bartlett. *John Corbett (John Corbett (actor))'s character, Chris Stevens (Chris Stevens (Northern Exposure)) (Chris in the Morning), in ''Northern Exposure'' is from Wheeling. *"Life in the Iron Mills", a short story by Rebecca Harding Davis, was set in the factory world of nineteenth-century Wheeling. Her first published work, it appeared anonymously in April 1861 in the ''Atlantic Monthly''; it caused a literary sensation and its powerful naturalism. *''Whatever (Whatever (1998 film))'' is a 1998 independent film, shot mostly in Wheeling, about teenagers facing the difficulties of growing up in Northern New Jersey. *A West Virginia–centric episode of ''Murder, She Wrote'', "Coal Miner's Slaughter", has Megan Mullally's character passing the bar exam in Wheeling. *''"Wheeling, West Virginia"'' was a hit song for Neil Sedaka in 1970. The song tells of an actor from Wheeling who works at MGM. *"Eliza and the House that Jack Built", a novel by Hungarian writer Albert Wass (Albert wass), takes place in the Wheeling area, around the end of the 19th century. The story is about the pioneers and immigrants who have settled there. *''Fort Wheeling,'' a comics series by the Italian comics author Hugo Pratt, deals with events taking place in the Wheeling area during the American Revolution. *Wheeling is mentioned in the song "Bonita & Bill Butler" by Alison Krauss & Union Station *Barney Stinson (Neil Patrick Harris) mentions Wheeling in "The Lighthouse" episode of ''How I Met Your Mother'', aired November 4, 2013. See also *List of cities and towns along the Ohio River References Retrieved on 11-30-2008.


Vernon, British Columbia

, CEO of HootSuite * Larry Kwong, first Chinese Canadian ice hockey player in the NHL * Frederick McCall, WW1 Air Ace. McCall Field was the originial name of the Calgary International Airport * Vasek Pospisil, tennis player * Daniel Powter, singer-songwriter of US Billboard #1 hit song from 2005 Bad Day (Bad Day (Daniel Powter song)) * TJ Schiller (Thomas James Schiller), professional skier * Ryan Smith, skateboarder * Jerred Smithson, professional hockey


Prince Rupert, British Columbia

the Hecate Strait. Alaska is 49 nautical miles (90 km, 56 mi) north of Prince Rupert. Citations The book ''Unmarked: Landscapes Along Highway 16'', written by Sarah de Leeuw, includes an essay about Prince Rupert entitled "Highway of Monsters". Ra McGuire of the band Trooper (Trooper (band)) wrote the hit song "Santa Maria" on a boat in Prince Rupert's Harbour. Says McGuire, "The boat was called The Lucky Lady. We sailed from


Harare

was made for the hit song "You Can Call Me Al". Simon toured the album extensively, featuring many of the artists from the album in addition to exiled South Africans Hugh Masekela and Miriam Makeba. Two concerts in Harare, Zimbabwe, were filmed in 1987 for release as "The African Concert". The audience was a multi-racial mix with many travelling from South Africa. - 68 Harare Sports Club (formerly "Salisbury Sports Club"

. Also, a street in Moscow bears his name and the Zimbabwean band R.U.N.N. family had a hit song that mourned his loss. The prototype Standard, G-ARTA, rolled out of the Weybridge (Brooklands) factory on 15 April 1962. On 29 June, after two months of ground, engine and taxi tests, it flew to Wisley for further testing. Green,1964. p. 228. By the end of the year two more had been flown to Wisley. A serious problem with drag appeared: to cure


Waterloo, Ontario

, and received a Juno (Juno Award) nomination for an album he recorded with the group Sphere. He also has a gold record for the children's music hit song "Sharing".Ontario Waterloo , Ontario align left CHL - Missouri Mavericks '''Aiden Wiechula''' was born on November 10, 1985, in Halifax (Halifax Regional Municipality), Nova Scotia, and lived in Waterloo, Ontario


Bitola

when he was 18 years old. In 1970, he served the mandatory Yugoslav army service in Bitola, now in the Republic of Macedonia. His wife Gordana, for whom he wrote and released a hit song for his 1985 album Kafanska noć, titled ''Gordana''. Šaban Šaulić was one the biggest-selling artists in Yugoslavia and still is among the top in former Yugoslavia. He has also recorded songs in Macedonian, including a remake of the classic hit ''Zajdi, zajdi, jasno sonce''. founded 1945


Burnaby

and Barbara Moss. She has an older brother, Brooke. Moss' mother reportedly named her after The Hollies' 1967 hit song, "Carrie Anne", which had been released in May that year. Moss lived with her mother in Vancouver as a child. ref>


Saginaw, Michigan

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