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Keflavík

in Keflavík, Iceland, operated a radio station for the troops (AFRS 1484 on the radio dial) that mainly played rock music and was very popular with young Icelanders in the Reykjavík area and remained important to Icelandic rock music until at least the mid 1970s. Some of the disc-jockeys from the early 70's were Tom Wiecks, Jim Roark, Karl Phillips, Ron Smart, Tom Hughes and Mark Lazar. Iceland experienced an economic boom during the occupation, since many Icelanders took jobs working for the foreigners, and some say that ''bretavinnan'' (roughly, the British Jobs) provided some of the successes of the post-war Icelandic economy. On 17 June 1944, with American encouragement, Iceland became a permanently independent republic, and it cut all ties with Denmark. Despite being occupied by Allied forces starting in 1940, Iceland remained officially neutral throughout the duration of the Second World War. Iceland did provide important air bases and naval facilities to the Allies. Icelandic air bases such as at Keflavík were important to the Allied fight against the German U-boats in the Battle of the Atlantic (Battle of the Atlantic (1939–1945)). Commons:Category:Keflavík


Province of East Prussia

Oblast Tilsit (Sovetsk) , East Prussia (Province of East Prussia), during World War II. He took piano lessons from the age of 12, and started playing guitar at 15. http: thequietus.com articles 03878-edgar-froese-tangerine-dream-interview After showing an early aptitude for art, Froese enrolled at the Academy of the Arts in West Berlin to study painting and sculpture. In 1965, he formed a band (band (music)) called The Ones, which played rock music rock


Memphis, Tennessee

. In Atlanta, Davis played rock and roll music. He also worked for the Vee Jay record company (home to R&B stars such as Gene Chandler, Jerry Butler (Jerry Butler (singer)) and Dee Clark) as a regional manager, and later also served as a regional manager for Liberty Records. In the meantime, Davis was also writing songs. One of the songs he wrote in 1968, called "A Little Less Conversation" was recorded by Elvis Presley (and would become a posthumous success


Indonesia

universities in Indonesia . Gadjah Mada University Introductions founded on December 19, 1949; although the first lecture was given on 13 March 1946. The name was taken from the name of Majapahit's Prime Minister, Gajah Mada. '''Slank''' is an Indonesian rock (rock music) band. It was founded in 1983 by some teenagers in a small street in Jakarta called Gang Potlot. They had played rock music


Toronto

Chronicles '' (1980), when she played Rock Hudson's daughter. A graduate of U.C.L.A, she is a member of the National Honor Society and has been the recipient of the prestigious Natalie Wood Acting Award. She is currently enrolled at Columbia University where she is acquiring her Master of Human Rights degree (college degree). In , four players from the Kansas City Royals - Willie Wilson (Willie Wilson (baseball player)), Jerry Martin, Willie


Germany

; They also played Rock am Ring and Rock im Park 2008 in Germany, Nova Rock 2008 in Austria, and Edgefest 2008 in Toronto. After playing a set of shows with the band 3 (3 band), and Tubring in October 2009, Alpha Galates took a 6 month break from performing in order to work on new material. Part of the difference may be that most polygonal rifling is produced by hammer forging (forge) the barrel around a mandrel containing a reverse impression of the rifling. Hammer


United States

accessdate 2011-01-05 in Booneville, Mississippi, United States, his mother sang gospel music on the radio. She divorced his ne'er-do-well father when he was six. Afterward they lived with his grandfather, a cotton plantation share cropper. On weekends he listened to down-home blues in a dirt-floored juke joint. His step father, Bob Allbritton, who played rock and roll guitar then in a manner, as it can be said that Conway Twitty, sang


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