. Notable people ;Actors *Fares Fares (born 1973), Lebanese-Swedish actor *Josef Fares (born 1977), Lebanese-Swedish film director *Mary Stävin (born 1957), Miss Sweden World 1977, Miss World 1977 ;Musicians *Jens Bogren (born 1979), record producer *Stephan Berg (born 1957), composer and songwriter *Rob Marcello (born 1977), guitar player *Nina Persson (born 1974), singer *Mats Ronander (born 1954), singer, guitar player, and composer * Dan Swanö

(Category:Örebro) Category:Populated places in Örebro County Category:Municipal seats of Örebro County Category:Swedish municipal seats thumb left 150px Chuck Berry (File:Chuck-berry-2007-07-18.jpg) in Örebro, Berry is considered a pioneer of American Rock and roll thumb 150px B.B. King (File:Bbking (300dpi).jpg) is a blues guitarist and songwriter acclaimed for his expressive singing and guitar playing. '''European route E 4

guide rolling-stock the-fleet.html title The Fleet of Locomotives and Carriages accessdate 1 June 2011 Steel guitarist, guitarist and mandolin player David Immerglück (of the Ophelias) joined in 1990 for touring behind the record, playing some of the departed Molla and Segel's instrumental parts. However, internal tensions had increased, and they broke up in April 1990 after a show in Örebro, Sweden. He


212 Sep sun 133 Oct sun 69 Nov sun 28 Dec sun 8 source 1 FMI Culture thumb 240px Air Guitar World Championships 2012, Annual event held in Oulu since 1996 (File:20120824- MG 8352.jpg) The best known cultural exports of the city of Oulu

are Air Guitar World Championships (Air guitar), Mieskuoro Huutajat (also known as Screaming Men), and the now defunct metal band Sentenced (Sentenced (band)). Many artists, writers, and musicians live in the city. A variety of concerts—rock, classical, and jazz—as well as other cultural events take place each year. Examples include the Oulu Music Video Festival, the Air Guitar World Championships, and the Musixine Music Film Competition, all in August. In July is the annual

Church * Oulujoki Church * Oulunsalo Church * St. Luke's Chapel (St. Luke's Chapel, Oulu) * Tuira Church * Ylikiiminki Church Other points of interest *Oulu Music Video Festival *Air Guitar World Championships (The Annual Air Guitar World Championship contest) *Jalometalli Metal Music Festival *Madetoja Hall, housing the Oulu Music Centre (website) the residence of the Oulu Symphony Orchestra *Oulu Hall


hosts several festivals every year, among these are The Clonakilty International Guitar Festival in mid-September, The Motion festival and The Waterfront Festival in August. The 2010 Waterfront Festival featured Irish acts, The Dublin Gospel Choir, Mundy, Aslan (Aslan (band)), The Heathers, Setmaker and Spanish Singer Paula Gómez and her band. Clonakilty is also known for its black pudding. The famous Clonakilty Blackpudding originated in Twomey's butcher shop in Pearse Street

death_place Clonakilty, County Cork, Ireland (Republic of Ireland) instrument Bass guitar, guitar, vocals (singing) DATE OF DEATH 2003-5-11 PLACE OF DEATH Clonakilty, County Cork, Republic of Ireland thumb left Performing at the Palace Theatre, Manchester, 18th September 2010 (File:Roy Harper at the Palace Theatre, Manchester, on Saturday the 18th of September 2010.jpg) 2006 saw Harper release his first DVD, ''Beyond the Door''. Composed of live

; Judge Wright, who's never wrong!" A rural townland near Clonakilty, County Cork, Ireland. Home to Teagasc Darrara Agricultural College In summer 2006, he again played a multitude of festivals, including the Moseley Folk Festival, Jersey Live, Beautiful Days and Clonakilty's second annual Guitar Festival, along with appearances at festivals in France and Catalonia. In November 2007, he performed

Northeast, Minneapolis

As before, Annie Holoien and Maren "Sturgeon" Macosko played guitar (electric guitar), Danny Henry played the drums (drum kit), and Susy Sharp played the bass guitar while all four bandmembers sang. Every track on the album clocked in at under three minutes


such as electric guitar, bass guitar and drum kit. Generally even more rapid than the ''salegy'', this 4 4 form of music features a guitar performance style inspired by traditional ''marovany'' compositions, but the influence of South African (South africa) township music is evident in both the guitars and polyharmonic vocals, often performed by female singers who repeat variations on a short refrain throughout the song. ''Tsapika


for the cells that participates in many biological functions. There are endless possibilities of manipulating this system in drug development." 210px thumb left Michael Amott performing live with Arch Enemy at The Untouchables Hard Rock Club in Jevnaker (File:Michael Amott-Arch Enemy Untouchables Hard Rock Club Jevnaker.jpg) in April 2010 Raised in Halmstad, Sweden, Michael began playing guitar as a young teenager, learning to play by copying Punk Hardcore and Thrash Speed Metal out

of his record collection. Michael soon went to a new level with his playing and became influenced by players such as Frank Marino, Michael Schenker, Dave Mustaine, Tony Iommi, and Uli Jon Roth. He has stated in guitar magazines that he has a preference for pentatonics. Michael co-formed the death metal band Carnage (Carnage (band)) in 1988 with singer Johan Liiva, and released two widely traded cassette demos, gaining instant underground interest. Plagued

, but best known as coach for the Swedish national handball team (Sweden national handball team) 1988-2004. death_date origin Halmstad, Sweden instrument Guitar, vocals (singing), bass (Bass guitar), keyboards (Keyboard instrument) '''Christopher Amott''' (born 23 November 1977 in Halmstad, Sweden) is a Swedish (Sweden) guitarist and vocalist, younger brother of Michael

Mendocino, California

of the band's actions to sever ties with manager Michael Jeffrey, Whose legacy as a music manager remains highly controversial: see Michael Jeffrey (Michael Jeffrey (manager)). the band relocated to San Francisco as of 1970, and later settled in the Mendocino (Mendocino, California) area. By the time of their 1970 second album, ''Albion Do-Wah'', they were joined by Jay Ungar (violin, mandolin, guitar, & vocals), Paul

Johnson (guitar), and special guest Lyndon Lee Hardy (vocals on two songs). The third album, ''Cat Mother'', released in 1972, featured Michaels, Smith and Equine joined by Charlie Prichard (lead & slide guitar) and Steve Davidson (congas & percussion). By the time of the band's final album, ''Last Chance Dance'', in 1973, Charlie Prichard had been replaced by Charlie Harcourt on guitar, harmonica and vocals. The band continued to perform until 1977. Michaels, ref>

, considered to be a surf music pioneer, was a member of surf bands The Belairs and The Galaxies, prior to joining Cat Mother. He has released a number of instrumental albums and continues as member of The Hepcats and of the "Jim Fuller version" of The Surfaris. See Paul Johnson's Guitar Heaven; www.pjmoto.com. See also Profile of Paul Johnson; www.surfariswipeout.com. Prichard, Austin-based


in Iceland. The American base staff had their own names for various places in Iceland, e.g. "Kef" for Keflavík and "Hurdygurdy" for Hveragerði. '''Bellatrix''' were an Icelandic rock group. The group was founded in 1992 in Keflavík as '''Kolrassa krókríðandi''' by four women, all aged sixteen: Eliza M Geirsdóttir (vocals and violin), Sigrún Eiríksdóttir (guitar), Ester Bíbí Ásgeirsdóttir ( bass guitar bass

) and Birgitta Vilbersdóttir (drums). The band released the mini-album ''Drápa'' (Slaughter) in 1992. In 1994, they released ''Kynjasögur'' (Family Stories) with Anna Margrét Hraundal (guitar) and Karl Ágúst Guðmundsson (trumpet and keyboard (Electronic keyboard)) replacing Birgitta. Two years later, in 1996, they released ''Köld eru kvennaráð''. thumb right 250px Elf houses near Strandakirkja in south Iceland (Image:Elf houses.jpg) '''''Huldufólk''''' ( Icelandic language Icelandic

Weirton, West Virginia

: Truck Driving, Heavy Equipment Operation, Computer Technology, and Computer-Based Office Training. The Jump Start programs are non-accredited programs that are designed to quickly prepare its graduates for new careers. PIA Jump Start programs are offered at training centers in West Mifflin, Pennsylvania; Nutter Fort, West Virginia; Weirton, West Virginia; and Dunbar, West Virginia. History Rob Parissi (lead vocals & guitar) was raised in the steel mill town of Mingo

lineup included: Ben Difabbio (drums and vocals), Louie Osso (guitar, lead and background vocals) from Steubenville, Ohio, Larry Brown (bass, lead and background vocals) from Weirton, West Virginia, Larry Mader (keyboards, lead and background vocals) from East Springfield, Ohio, and Rob Parissi (lead vocals and guitar). Over time, the band members changed, with Osso, Brown, and Mader leaving the band, and Rob's cousin, Coogie Stoddart (guitar, lead and background vocals

Waukesha, Wisconsin

, Waukesha.Patch.com, established in 2010. Recognition *In 2012 and 2013, Gibson Guitar Corporation selected Waukesha for its "GuitarTown" arts project.

Guitartowns title Gibson GuitarTown: Nashville, Austin, and London Big Guitar Public Arts and Charity publisher Gibson.com date *In 2012, ''Money (Money (magazine))'' magazine ranked Waukesha one of the "100 Best Places to Live," in the United States. *In 2011 and 2012, America’s Promise Alliance

* Les Paul, guitarist, pioneer of the solid-body electric guitar and multi-track recording * Jim Pruett, former MLB player for the Philadelphia Athletics * Alexander Randall, state governor, namesake of Camp Randall Stadium * Edwin M. Randall, Chief Justice of the Florida Supreme Court * Paul F. Reilly, Judge of the Wisconsin Court of Appeals * Michael Ritchie (Michael Ritchie (film director)), film director * Eleazer Root, educator and Episcopal priest

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