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Olympia, Washington

a cult following in indie-pop circles. Following the dissolution of the Softies, she gave birth to a son and lived with her husband and family near Vancouver, Canada. She returned to the pop world with her second solo album, Cast Away The Clouds. Melberg toured briefly for the album, including a spot opening for Belle and Sebastian. In 2006, she performed at North East Sticks Together. As of 2011, she is a part of twee group Brave Irene. The units are typically equipped


Jackson, Mississippi

in the United States. In January 1973, Paul Simon recorded the songs "Learn How To Fall" and "Take Me To the Mardi Gras", found on the album ''There Goes Rhymin' Simon'', in Jackson at the Malaco Recording Studios. Many well-known Southern artists recorded on the album including the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section (David Hood, Jimmy Johnson, Roger Hawkins, Barry Beckett); Carson Whitsett, the Onward Brass Band from New Orleans, and others. The label has recorded


Kingston upon Hull

enciclopedia sinucello-della-rocca_(Dizionario-Biografico) work Dizionario biografico accessdate 20 December 2011 On 11 October 2010, The Who's official website announced the release on 15 November 2010 of the Fortieth Anniversary Super-Deluxe Collectors’ Edition of their ''Live at Leeds'' album, including the complete 14 February 1970 performance, and a 2-CD set containing the complete performance of 15 February 1970 at the City Hall in Kingston upon Hull Hull


Southampton

the Brokes'' After their heavy touring and promotion of their self-titled debut, The Magic Numbers would return in autumn of 2006 with their follow-up album, ''Those the Brokes''. The band did another extensive run of shows to promote and tour for the album, including supporting The Who in Southampton, and an appearance at the 2007 Glastonbury Festival. The UK National tour (prior to the closure of the West End Production in 1999) began on November 2, 2001 at the Empire Theatre in Liverpool with stops in Bristol, Birmingham, Dublin, Southampton, Manchester and ended on April 12, 2003 at the Playhouse Theatre in Edinburgh. The tour starred Annalene Beechey (reprising her role from the London Production) as Belle, Alistair Robins as the Beast, Ben Harlow as Gaston, Julia Goss as Mrs Potts, Stephen Matthews as Lumiere Barry James (reprising his role from the London Production) as Cogsworth, Billy Boyle (reprising his role from the London Production) as Maurice, Karen Davies as Madame De La Grande Bouche, Kate Graham (reprising her role from the London Production) as Babette, Anthony Clegg as Lefou and Oliver Taylor and Sion Eifion sharing the role of Chip. Notable replacements included Dianne Pilkington as Belle, Alex Bourne as the Beast, Earl Carpenter as Gaston, Marilyn Cutts as Mrs Potts, Richard Tate as Maurice and Drew Varley as Lefou. Early life and career Harris grew up in Chester and North Baddesley (near Southampton), and started creating ventriloquism characters as a teenager. He then appeared in summer seasons at holiday resorts before appearing on television in ''Let's Laugh''. He then became a popular act on television variety shows, was the host of the ''Black and White Minstrel Show'', and was given his own show called ''Cuddles and Company''. ;Bibliography * Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Hampshire Southampton Commons:Category:Southampton


Dallas

LoveShow tour. She began her sold-out Australian tour in April 2007. The Australian leg of the tour was set at a record-breaking thirty-five arena shows, selling around 307,000 tickets — it became the most successful arena tour in Australian history by a female artist in Australia. Sony BMG Australia released a special tour edition of ''I'm Not Dead'' on March 17, 2007—it contains the original album including two bonus tracks and a DVD that features live


Austin, Texas

and the Nightcrawlers, which included singer, Doyle Bramhall. With the help of producer, David Anderle, the Nightcrawlers recorded an album at Sunset Sound Recorders in Hollywood for A&M Records. Vaughan co-wrote two of the songs from the album including "Crawlin'" and "Dirty Pool". When co-founder, Jerry Moss, suggested adding horns to the album, Benno refused. As a result A&M shelved the project, and the Nightcrawlers returned


Cincinnati

DATE OF BIRTH November 14, 1964 PLACE OF BIRTH Cincinnati, Ohio, United States DATE OF DEATH thumb Cool Bobby B - photo taken 2007 (Image:Cool-bobby-b-with-shades.jpg) '''Cool Bobby B''' is a radio disc jockey who hosts a doo-wop oldies radio program called ''Cool Bobby B's Doo Wop Stop''. This show is syndicated on local radio stations throughout the United States and can also be heard on the Sirius XM Satellite Radio channel '50s on 5. Though he is currently based out of Cincinnati, the introduction to his program suggests that when he was a youth in Pennsylvania in the 1950s, he ended up on the wanted list after he broke into a radio station and illegally cranked up the transmitter power to a million watts so he can air his doo-wop records to be heard throughout the eastern portion of the United States. 50 thousand watts is maximum power which must be approved first by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). It is also mentioned that his program emanates from an undisclosed location as he is "still wanted to this day". Career Carlson was previously the co-anchor (news anchor) of the ''Saturday Early Show (The Early Show)'', on CBS, along with Russ Mitchell. She joined CBS News as a correspondent in 2000, and began working on ''The Early Show'' in 2002. Before her tenure at CBS, Carlson served as a weekend anchor and reporter for KXAS-TV in Dallas, Texas, was an anchor and reporter at WOIO-TV in Cleveland, Ohio, and for WCPO-TV, in Cincinnati. She began her television career in Richmond, Virginia, as a political reporter for WRIC-TV. She began her media career in a franchise called ''Neighborhood News''. History The station signed on September 2, 1957 http: www.dispatchbroadcast.com wthr.html as ABC (American Broadcasting Company) affiliate '''WLWI''' (often rendered in print as '''WLW-I'''), owned by Crosley Broadcasting Corporation. It was one of five stations which made up the Cincinnati-based WLW television network. Other stations included in this network were WLWT in Cincinnati, WLWC (now WCMH-TV) in Columbus (Columbus, Ohio), WLWA (now WXIA-TV) in Atlanta and WLWD (now WDTN) in Dayton (Dayton, Ohio). '''Jean Spencer Ashbrook''' (born Emily Jean Spencer in Cincinnati, Ohio on September 21, 1934) is the widow of Congressman John M. Ashbrook, Republican (Republican Party (United States)) of Ohio. She is also a former Member of Congress herself, having completed her late husband's final term of office, also as a Republican. **'''Comment''' I don't see that as an issue, seeing they are notable already if they have an article. Also, we shouldn't categorize people for where they ''currently'' reside, but only where they were born. Except in the cases of "Category:Foo politicians", whereas they are important to the city itself. Although it not listed on Wikipedia:Categorization of people, I think it should be, otherwise we'll end up with people having multiple categories of where they've lived and born (btw already happens, I remove the lived and leave from). Who (User:Who) ? ¿ ? (User talk:Who) 28 June 2005 21:36 (UTC) ***It can happen that people achieve notability in association with a place in which they were not born, without necessarily being politicians. For example, Ted Turner is a prominent figure associated with Atlanta, and properly belongs in any list of noted Atlantans, even though he was born in Cincinnati. His association with other Atlantans is certianly more notable than any association with Cincinnati, and arguably more informative than his association with others born in 1938. Dystopos (User:Dystopos) 28 June 2005 21:46 (UTC) ****This is a valid point, however, if you look at the current contents, you would find more "people from" than notable "figures of". If we were to remove all the "people from", it would leave the categories quite empty, and would probably come up on Cfd again. Notable figures who have made a significant impact on a city region, should be included mentioned on that city regions, or similiar article. As it would not be fitting to have a cat with one or two articles in it. Which still leaves the point of having a '''''locally given''''' demonym that others would not know for inclusion. Who (User:Who) ? ¿ ? (User talk:Who) 28 June 2005 22:32 (UTC) The market is located north of downtown Cincinnati in Over-the-Rhine, a historic neighborhood known for its dense concentration of Italianate architecture. Open Tuesday through Saturday, with some vendors open on Sunday, Findlay Market has a year-round operation, with about two dozen indoor merchants selling meat, fish, poultry, produce, flowers, cheese, deli, and ethnic foods. Born '''Edna Landreaux''' in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States, she was the half sister of Lizzie Miles. She is believed to have moved north in her mid-teens. Harris, 1994, p. 227 Popular in Black vaudeville (T. O. B. A.) in the American (United States) midwest in the late 1910s and 1920s, she appeared often in Chicago and Cincinnati, and made recordings for seven different record labels in 1923 and 1924: Victor Records


Helsinki

to serve as a Catholic bishop for over 500 years. birth_date birth_place Helsinki, Finland origin Apparat Organ Quartet has been invited to numerous festivals and prestigious venues in Europe before even releasing an album, including the Roskilde Festival in Denmark, London's ICA (Institute of Contemporary Arts), Batofar in Paris, as well as performing in St. Petersburg and Helsinki


Memphis, Tennessee

daughter a love of music and literature. Parts of her childhood were spent in Chicago, Illinois, Memphis, Tennessee, Union City, New Jersey and New York City. Clare Boothe had an elder brother, David Franklin Boothe. Over the following two years, the band toured widely to promote the album, including concerts in the U.S., Europe, Japan and Australia. In 1996, they stopped touring Jeffbuckley.com and made sporadic attempts to record his second album in New York with Tom Verlaine as producer. In 1997, Buckley moved to Memphis, Tennessee, to resume work on the album, to be titled ''My Sweetheart the Drunk'', recording many four-track (Multitrack recording) demos (demo (music)) while also playing weekly solo shows at a local venue. While awaiting the arrival of his band from New York, he drowned during a spontaneous evening swim — fully clothed — in the Wolf River (Wolf River (Tennessee)), when he was caught in the wake of a passing boat. His body was found on June 4, 1997. 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.


White House

the war on terror (War on Terrorism), the war in Iraq (Iraq War), police brutality, black-on-black violence, conditions in inner-city communities, the Illuminati, and state sponsored terrorism. Other politically-minded hip hop (Political hip hop) artists were featured on the album, including Kam (Kam (rapper)), dead prez, and Public Enemy (Public Enemy (band)). ''Sonic Jihad'' was the catalyst for the creation of Paris' new label and Web site, Guerrilla Funk Recordings, ref


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