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Augusta, Georgia

; ) Reber made Cowan commandant of the Aviation School at North Island, deepening the divisions. '''James Ryder Randall (w:James Ryder Randall)''' (born January 1, 1839 at Baltimore (w:Baltimore, Maryland), Maryland (w:Maryland); died January 15, 1908 in Augusta (w:Augusta, Georgia), Georgia (w:Georgia (U.S. state))) was a journalist and poet. Zach Johnson (w:Zach Johnson) won the 2007 Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta, Georgia (w:Augusta, Georgia) Sunday. His score of +1 over par (289) is the second highest score ever recorded for the Masters. He was two strokes ahead of three runners up, Tiger Woods (w:Tiger Woods), Retief Goosen (w:Retief Goosen), and Rory Sabbatini (w:Rory Sabbatini).


Nazareth

; on a BBC television performance in which he also demonstrates its use to the host of the show. In 1975, Nazareth lead singer Dan McCafferty (Dan McCafferty (musician)) used a talk box in the popular single "Hair of the Dog (Hair of the Dog (song))". In 1975, Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry (Joe Perry (musician)) used a talk box in their highly popular single "Sweet Emotion". In 1976, Steely Dan guitarist Dean Parks used a talk box during a solo


Sheffield

ITV franchisees as the bulk of production tended to be produced in one area, which was at the expense of other areas. Another example was Granada Television's heavy presence in Manchester who claimed there was a lack of investment in Liverpool and over-emphasis on Manchester. In late 2004, after a successful live television performance, two of the four members of the British rock group Queen (Queen (band)) proposed a collaboration with Rodgers, in which he would sing lead vocals on a European tour. Rodgers thus joined Brian May and Roger Taylor (Roger Taylor (Queen drummer)) (former bassist John Deacon retired in the late 1990s), with the group billed as Queen + Paul Rodgers and they subsequently toured worldwide in 2005 and 2006. The participants clearly stated, including on Brian May's own website, "that Rodgers would be "featured with" Queen as: "Queen + Paul Rodgers", not replacing the late Freddie Mercury". The group subsequently released a live album with songs from Queen, Bad Company and Free, called ''Return of the Champions'', and a DVD of the same name. Both featured live recordings from their Sheffield Hallam FM Arena (Sheffield Arena) concert on 9 May 2005. The DVD features "Imagine (Imagine (song))" from Hyde Park (Hyde Park, London). "For one glorious summer" opined music critic Sean Michaels "we were all Paul Rodgers". WikiPedia:Sheffield Commons:Category:Sheffield


Hollywood

Queen of Leenane'' at the Citadel Theatre in Edmonton. He was discovered in Hollywood while improvising at The Second City with Martin Short, Catherine O'Hara and Fred Willard. Ron joined the Fox (Fox Broadcasting Company) comedy sketch series ''MADtv'' in September and went on to perform with them for three seasons. He was nominated for a Best Television Performance Canadian Comedy Award for his work on the tenth season of ''MADtv''. Format Compact Disc


Norway

instruments. They were formed in the early nineties, are part of the artistic collective Duplex Records, and all members of the band also play in a variety of other bands in Norway. During recent years Hurra Torpedo have had annual split- and reunion tours. The band struck international fame when a television performance of the 1983 Bonnie Tyler power ballad "Total Eclipse of the Heart", using kitchen appliances for percussion, spread as an internet meme. The clip, from a Norwegian (Norway) comedy-variety show called ''Lille lørdag ("Little Saturday") (Lille Lørdag)'' (aired on Wednesdays - "the Little Saturday" in the Scandinavian week), was filmed in 1995. In early 2005 the clip was uploaded to the internet. The band played several gigs in Norway the first half of 2006, and the Garorock festival in Marmande, France, with approximately 5000 in the audience. Commons:Category:Norway Dmoz:Regional Europe Norway Wikipedia:Norway


Canada

Owens''' River in the USA. The Young Rascals' first television performance was on the program ''Hullabaloo (Hullabaloo (TV series))'' on February 27, 1965, where they performed their debut single, "I Ain't Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore". The track reached #23 in Canada, and touched the lower reaches of the U.S. charts as well. This modest success was followed by the U.S. Canada #1 single "Good Lovin' (Good Lovin' (The Young Rascals song))" (1966, originally


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