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Basseterre

; She joined her parents in a largely white district of Birmingham in early 1958, at the age of seven.


Örebro

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


Lalibela

by writers like Graham Hancock, according to Buxton the great rock-hewn churches of Lalibela were ''not'' built with the help of the Knights Templar; asserting abundant evidence exists to show that they were produced solely by medieval Ethiopian civilization. For example, while Buxton notes the existence of a tradition that "Abyssinians invoked the aid of foreigners" to construct these monolithic churches, and admits that "there are clearly signs of Coptic influence in some


Harlow

): 13. and Harlow, as well as David Lee Roth, Ozzy Osbourne, Steve Perry (Steve Perry (musician)), Alice Cooper, Strong, Martin C. ''The Great Rock Discography, 7th Edition.'' Edinburgh: Canongate, 2004. 333. and Paul Rodgers. * Jastrzębie Zdrój (Jastrzębie-Zdrój), Poland Arriva East Herts & Essex Arriva East Herts


St. Joseph, Missouri

in their hometown of Topeka, Kansas (Steve Walsh is from St. Joseph, Missouri), along with vocalists Lynn Meredith and Joel Warne, and keyboardist Don Montre, keyboardist Dan Wright (Dan Wright (musician)), and saxophonist Larry Baker. The Platte County portion of Dearborn (the majority of the city) is part of the Kansas City (Kansas City, Missouri), MO–KS (Kansas) Kansas City Metropolitan Area Metropolitan Statistical


Nassau, Bahamas

across the street from Compass Point Studios which was owned by Palmer's mentor, Chris Blackwell, the founder of Island Records. 1985–1995: Power Station and MTV success Duran Duran went on hiatus, and their guitarist Andy Taylor (Andy Taylor (guitarist)) and bassist John Taylor (Nigel John Taylor) joined former Chic (Chic (band)) member Tony Thompson and Palmer to form Power Station (Power Station (band)). ref name

"She Makes My Day" also proved to be a hit in the UK, peaking at #6. In 1989, he won a second Grammy (Grammy Award for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance) for "Simply Irresistible",


Fort Collins, Colorado

1995). Career The band was formed in 1986 with Todd Park Mohr on guitar and vocals (singing), Brian Nevin on drums and vocals and Rob Squires on bass (Bass guitar) and vocals. The trio (trio (music)) had attended Columbine High School together. Mohr attended Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado and transferred to the University of Colorado (University of Colorado at Boulder) to join Nevin


Southend-on-Sea

and B.J. Wilson, scored a moderate British success in 1964, with their cover version of Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller's "Poison Ivy (Poison Ivy (song))", which reached number 35 in the UK Singles Chart. '''Shoeburyness''' is a town in southeast Essex, England, situated at the mouth


Tulsa, Oklahoma

;The Great Rock Discography" Born in Kansas City, Missouri, Piraro was raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where he graduated from Booker T. Washington High School (Booker T. Washington High School (Tulsa, Oklahoma)) in 1976. Jason Ashley Wright,


Nottingham

'''Nick Hallam''', 11 June 1960, Nottingham, England. * 'Rob B' - born '''Robert Charles Birch''', 11 June 1961, Ruddington, Nottinghamshire, England. death_date death_place Nottingham, England nationality British DATE OF DEATH 12 January 1970 PLACE OF DEATH Nottingham, England

of these demos, ''I Was Born a Man'', was released in July 1995, under the name Babybird. He recruited a band made up of Huw Chadbourn (keyboards), Robert Gregory (drums), John Pedder (bass) and Luke Scott (guitar), in order to tour and promote his work.


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