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Skid Row, Los Angeles

he worked in Western films and played music in bars around L.A.'s Skid Row (Skid Row, Los Angeles), where he met pioneering pedal steel guitarist Speedy West. West, who joined Cliffie Stone's popular Hometown Jamboree local radio and TV show, suggested Bryant be hired when the show's original guitarist departed. That gave Bryant access to Capitol Records since Stone was a Capitol artist and talent scout. Zzyzx's original encampment consisted of 20 tents, and he


Lawton, Oklahoma

it was cool. My sister was bringing home Elvis records and so I thought, "I gotta have a guitar". So I talked my mom into getting me one. My uncle worked for Sears, so I ended up with an old Sears f-hole guitar with action about an inch and a half off the fret board. Anyway, when I first learned to play guitar a little bit, it was just chords and stuff, but then about a year or so later we moved to Detroit area, and it just so happened that I moved next door to a family that all played

music. The son in that family, his name was Ken Black. He played electric guitar. I remember moving to Detroit - it was the summer when Martha And The Vandellas’ "Heatwave" ((Love Is Like a) Heat Wave) was a smash hit record. I would spend my days hanging over in his room, listening to him play and also learning how to play barre chords and things like that. By the end of that summer, I got good enough that I ended up getting my own electric guitar, which was a Fender Jaguar'. ref>


Ibadan

; In 1969, he spent a year teaching in Ibadan, Nigeria during the Biafran War. He has also lived in Spain, Norway, and played music at a circus in Puerto Rico. He began his musical career in earnest in the early 1970s in Vancouver playing strip bars, then later relocated to Texas and formed a band with singer-pianist Patricia Hardin. In 1977, they moved to San Francisco, performing regularly in clubs there as ''Hardin & Russell'', during which time they recorded the second of their two studio albums. They eventually split in 1979, at which point Russell drifted out of the music industry for a while. birth_date


Fort Wayne, Indiana

-www.foxbaltimore.com.shtml By 1977 WIND played music during the day along with local news until 10:00 p.m. when they would switch to call-in talk programming featuring Dave Baum (called "Contact"). Similar formats were on Westinghouse sister stations like WBZ (WBZ-AM) in Boston, Massachusetts, WOWO in Fort Wayne, Indiana and KDKA (KDKA (AM)) in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In the late 1860s, the city's best baseball club adopted the name, became an independent professional team in 1870, and helped found the first professional league, the National Association (National Association of Professional Base Ball Players), in 1871. The first National Association game was a visit by the Forest City club (Cleveland Forest Citys) of Cleveland to the Kekionga club (Fort Wayne Kekiongas) of Fort Wayne (Fort Wayne, Indiana), Indiana on May 4, 1871. It is considered the first major league baseball game by those who count the National Association as a major league. The team folded after the 1872 season. During 1871, it was one of two National Association teams named "Forest City", the other being a team (Rockford Forest Citys) based in Rockford, Illinois. - June 25, 1989 Fort Wayne (Fort Wayne, Indiana) Allen County War Memorial Coliseum - Early years Essex grew up in Fort Wayne, Indiana where he attended Paul Harding High School (East Allen County Schools) and lettered (Letterman (sports)) in football (High school football in North America) and basketball. Ichthus Festival is also no longer just one festival. Ichthus Ministries now has other satellite festivals. One is a one day, 4 staged festival in Fort Wayne, Indiana which was held on September 25, 2010. See the Ichthus Fort Wayne website http: ichthusfortwayne.org index.php?option com_content&view article&id 119&Itemid 167 Ichthus Fort Wayne featured top names such as Switchfoot, Relient K, Red (Red (band)), Thousand Foot Krutch, BarlowGirl, The Almost, KJ-52, Disciple (Disciple (band)), Family Force 5, Sanctus Real, and more for the 2010 festival. See the Ichthus Fort Wayne website http: ichthusfortwayne.org index.php?option com_content&view article&id 106&Itemid 163 Another festival owned by Ichthus Ministries was held in Pikeville, Kentucky on October 23, 2010. However, the artists for this have not been announced yet. See the Ichthus Fort Wayne Website http: ichthusfortwayne.org index.php?option com_content&view article&id 120&Itemid 168


Sichuan

" Shen, Sin-Yan (1991). ''Chinese Music and Orchestration: A Primer on Principles and Pracrice'', p. 108. Chinese Music Society of North America, Woodridge. October 19, 2009. Ruan Xian was a scholar in the Three Kingdoms Eastern Jin (三國東晉) Dynasty period (3rd century). He and other six scholars disliked the corruption government, so they gathered in a bamboo grove in Shanyang (山陽, now in Henan 河南 province). They drank, wrote poems, played music and enjoyed


Cairo

, 10, began boarding at the City of London Freemen's School in Surrey. Strummer rarely saw his parents during the next seven years. He developed a love of rock music listening to records by Little Richard and The Beach Boys as well as American folk-singer Woody Guthrie (Strummer would even go by the nickname "Woody" for a few years). Strummer would later say that "the reason he played music was the Beach Boys." The Playlist Special – Sean Lennon, ''Rolling Stone'' Youth & early career Young Janez was raised in the small town of Kisovec in the municipality of Zagorje ob Savi, where his father Viktor was the local mine chief and his mother Silva was a homemaker. Drnovšek graduated at the University of Ljubljana with a degree in economics in 1973. Meanwhile, he worked as an intern at a Le Havre bank. In 1975, at the age of 25, he became chief financial officer at SGP Beton Zagorje, a construction company. Two years later he became, for one year, an economic adviser at the Yugoslav (Yugoslavia) embassy in Cairo, Egypt. He defended his master's thesis in 1981, and in 1986, he defended his Ph.D. dissertation in 1986 at the Faculty of Economics and Business at the University of Maribor. In 1982, he became head of the local branch of Ljubljana Bank in his home region of the Central Sava Valley (


Normandy

. Both twinnings are announced on the signs that welcome visitors to Street. Entertainment debut Although he had likely played music hall engagements before, his act was first mentioned in 1935, when he performed at the gala for the newspaper ''Le Journal'' to celebrate the French


Nigeria

in the late 1940s. He graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara with a master's degree in Sociology of Law (criminology). In 1969, he spent a year teaching in Ibadan, Nigeria during the Biafran War. He has also lived in Spain, Norway, and played music at a circus in Puerto Rico. He began his musical career in earnest in the early 1970s in Vancouver playing strip bars, then later relocated to Texas and formed a band with singer-pianist Patricia Hardin. In 1977, they moved to San Francisco, performing regularly in clubs there as ''Hardin & Russell'', during which time they recorded the second of their two studio albums. They eventually split in 1979, at which point Russell drifted out of the music industry for a while. Following the death of her husband, Elizabeth opted to leave public service and get involved in charity work, in addition to being an official guardian of her brother's son, Oyo Nyimba Kabamba Iguru Rukidi IV (Rukidi IV), who was born in 1992, and is the current reigning Toro monarch since 1995. Following a period of service as Uganda's Ambassador to Germany and the Vatican (Holy See), Princess Elizabeth accepted an appointment as Uganda's High Commissioner to Nigeria, based in Abuja, that country's capital. '''Allan Cameron''' (born 1952) is a Scottish (Scotland) author and translator. He was brought up in Nigeria and Bangladesh. His own works include ''The Berlusconi Bonus'', a dystopian novel set in a future Britain (United Kingdom), and ''The Golden Menagerie''. He has also translated over twenty books from Italian (Italian language) to English (English language), including works by Norberto Bobbio and Romano Prodi, and has written for Italian (Italy) newspapers and magazines. The '''Lancaster House Conferences''' in London 1957 and 1958 were meetings where the federal constitution for an independent Nigeria was prepared. The meetings were presided over by the British Colonial Secretary (Secretary of State for the Colonies), and Nigerian delegates were selected to represent each region and to reflect various shades of opinion. The delegation was led by Abubakar Tafawa Balewa of the Northern People's Congress (NPC), and included party leaders Obafemi Awolowo of the Action Group (Action Group (Nigeria)), Nnamdi Azikiwe of the NCNC (National Council of Nigeria and the Cameroons), and Ahmadu Bello of the NPC – as well as the premiers of the Western (Western Region, Nigeria), Eastern (Eastern Region, Nigeria), and Northern (Northern Region, Nigeria) regions. * ''Labrochromis ishmaeli'' (Freshwater fish from Lake Victoria; Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda) * Scimitar Oryx, ''Oryx dammah'' (Algeria, Burkina Faso, Chad, Egypt, Israel, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Sudan, Tunisia, Western Sahara) * ''Paretroplus menarambo'' (Freshwater fish from Madagascar) '''Jollof rice''', also called 'Benachin' meaning ''one pot'' in the Wolof language, is a popular dish all over West Africa. It is thought to have originated in Gambia but has since spread to the whole of West Africa, especially Nigeria and Ghana amongst members of the Wolof ethnic group (Wolof people). Commons:Category:Nigeria Dmoz:Regional Africa Nigeria


Memphis, Tennessee

'' movie, Nakashima visited Memphis (Memphis, Tennessee), Tennessee, and started another project beginning with the heavily gospel-influenced "Cry No More (Cry No More (Mika Nakashima song))", the ending theme of the anime Blood+. Career McCoy played music under a variety of stage names but is best known as "Kansas Joe McCoy". Born in Raymond, Mississippi, he was the older brother (sibling) of the blues accompanist Papa Charlie McCoy. As a young man, McCoy was drawn to the music scene in Memphis, Tennessee where he played guitar and sang vocals during the 1920s. He teamed up with future wife Lizzie Douglas, a guitarist better known as Memphis Minnie, and their 1929 recording of the song "Bumble Bee" on the Columbia Records label (record label) was a hit (hit record). Garon, Paul. ''Woman With Guitar: Memphis Minnie's Blues'', Da Capo Press, page 25, (1992) - ISBN 0306804603 In 1930, the couple moved to Chicago where they were an important part of the burgeoning blues scene. Following their divorce, McCoy teamed up with his brother to form a band known as the Harlem Hamfats that performed and recorded during the second half of the 1930s. Biography Born '''Walter Horton''' in Horn Lake, Mississippi, he was playing a harmonica by the time he was five years old. In his early teens, he lived in Memphis, Tennessee and claimed that his earliest recordings were done there in the late 1920s with the Memphis Jug Band, although there is no documentation of it, and some blues researchers have stated that this story was most likely fabricated by Horton. (He also claimed to have taught some harmonica to Little Walter and the original Sonny Boy Williamson (Sonny Boy Williamson I), although these claims are unsubstantiated, and in the case of the older Williamson, somewhat suspect). birth_date Six people, including two children, were found dead in a Memphis (w:Memphis, Tennessee), Tennessee home in the United States on Monday. Three wounded children were also found at the scene, a 7-year-old boy, a 10-month-old girl and a 4-year-old whose gender was not reported, were sent to Le Bonheur Children's Medical Center (w:Le Bonheur Children's Medical Center). Two were last reported in very critical condition, while the other was in serious condition.


Puerto Rico

the University of California, Santa Barbara with a master's degree in Sociology of Law (criminology). In 1969, he spent a year teaching in Ibadan, Nigeria during the Biafran War. He has also lived in Spain, Norway, and played music at a circus in Puerto Rico. He began his musical career in earnest in the early 1970s in Vancouver playing strip bars, then later relocated to Texas and formed a band with singer-pianist Patricia Hardin. In 1977, they moved to San Francisco, performing regularly in clubs there as ''Hardin & Russell'', during which time they recorded the second of their two studio albums. They eventually split in 1979, at which point Russell drifted out of the music industry for a while. She was born to a couple of Cuban actors and she was part of an extended family of artists, being the sister of Venezuelan actor Leon Bravo, one of the pioneers of theater, radio and TV in Venezuela. She published her first book at the age of 16, titled ''Pétalos sueltos''. She then moved back to Cuba with her parents, and later returned to Mexico, where she kept writing and obtained a role in her only film, ''Corazón bandolero'' (1934). She became a chair member of the Ateneo Mexicano de Mujeres and later moved back to Cuba, where she wrote the radionovela ''Yo no creo en los hombres'', which was adapted in Mexico for telenovelas in 1969 and 1988. Upon the rise of Fidel Castro, she returned to Mexico, where she would remain the rest of her life. Back in Mexico, she wrote ''Corazón salvaje'', a novel that has been adapted to the screen twice and as a telenovela four times (including once as ''Juan del Diablo'' in Puerto Rico). She then wrote ''La intrusa'', ''Bodas de odio'' and other novels that earned her important awards. locations 554 O&O; 30 franchise (Franchising)d Commons:Category:Puerto Rico WikiPedia:Puerto Rico Dmoz:Regional Caribbean Puerto Rico


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