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Akron, Ohio

in March 1859. He first began to practice law in Cleveland (Cleveland, Ohio) and moved to Grand Rapids, Michigan, in 1860, where he engaged in the lumber business. alias origin Akron, Ohio, United States genre New Wave (New Wave music) '''The Waitresses''' were an experimental new wave (New Wave music) band (musical ensemble) from Akron, Ohio. The group was led by guitarist songwriter Chris Butler (Chris Butler (musician)) with lead singing vocals


Providence, Rhode Island

, sax (saxophone) and flute (Western concert flute), with Jon on bass (Bass guitar) and Dan doing the bulk of the lead vocals (singing). (However, as explained in detail below, instrumental flexibility was one of the band's most unusual features.) Out of this combination, and with the Cole brothers' focus on original songwriting came 'Quill', which was then signed as a group to Amphion Management. The band spent 1967, 1968 and 1969 regularly playing rock (Rock and roll) venues in Boston


Kingston upon Hull

, Oxford, Sheffield, and Swansea. In Northern Ireland, Chinese make up the largest non-white minority, although the population of roughly 4,000 is relatively small. '''Garry Christian''' (born 27 February 1955, Liverpool) (lead vocal (singing)s), '''Roger Christian''' (born 13 February 1950 - died 8 March 1998 from brain tumour) (vocals, instrumentalist), '''Russell Christian''' (born 8 July 1956) (keyboards (keyboard instrument), saxophone, vocals), and ''' Henry


Liverpool

'''Paul Edward Draper''' (born 26 September 1970, Wavertree, Liverpool PAUL DRAPER - Biography. Pauldraper.info. Retrieved on 2010-11-18. ) is an English (English people) singer-songwriter and former lead singer (singing) for the rock band Mansun. DATE OF BIRTH 26 September 1970 PLACE OF BIRTH Wavertree, Liverpool, England DATE OF DEATH *In New Orleans, Louisiana, many streets of the historic French Quarter are named for royal houses of France. Many who visit this neighborhood mistake Bourbon Street to be named after the beverage that many of the street's famous revelers are drinking, while it is actually named after the House of Bourbon, the ruling dynasty of France when the city was built. *The Toxteth area of Liverpool has 'Welsh Streets', a series of streets named after Welsh places, including Rhiwlas St, Gwydir St, Powis St and Madryn Street, where Beatles (The Beatles) drummer Ringo Starr grew up. These streets are in the process of being demolished in order to create a more modern housing development. This has been heavily opposed by local residents, who claimed demolition would break Liverpool's link with Wales http: www.walesonline.co.uk tm_objectid 16159775&method full&siteid 50082&headline farewell-liverpool-s-welsh-streets-name_page.html and ruin a piece of Beatles history. http: www.liverpooldailypost.co.uk liverpool-news regional-news 2007 11 09 residents-pleas-ignored-over-welsh-streets-plans-64375-20084377 *Worcester has two themed areas whereby streets are named after large cities in other countries – Australia and Canada. Leicester has one area named after nut (nut (fruit))s, with Filbert Street being the home of Leicester City F.C. between 1891 and 2002. The series was transmitted between 1970 and 1972 and examined the lives of the lower middle-class Ashton family of the city of Liverpool and their experiences from 1938 and through the Second World War. Despite being set in Liverpool none of the regular characters spoke with a scouse accent. The station is currently a four-platform hub, with a part-time ticket office. In 2011 new display screens were installed as well as an automated ticket machine, but the station still suffers from limited access for disabled people and prams. Former franchise holder First North Western ran Euston (Euston railway station) services from Blackpool which called at Leyland but these were soon discontinued. Leyland station is now very much a commuter station from and to Preston (Preston railway station), with links to Chorley, Wigan and Liverpool (after years of no "Southbound" services towards Wigan a 'local' service was resumed in 1988) and Manchester, with no long distance main line services calling at the station. Hussey grew up in Bristol. He was influenced at a young age by Marc Bolan and his band T. Rex (T. Rex (band)), and was thus inspired to become a guitarist. Brought up in the LDS Church (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints), he rebelled against his parents' wishes that he serve as a missionary (LDS Mission) and moved to Liverpool in the late 1970s to join the scene around Eric's Club, a noted nightclub of the time. Evans was born at Pant-yr-onen near Betws Ifan in Ceredigion. As a boy he saw something of the Rebecca Riots, and went to school at the neighboring village of Llechryd. In 1853 he went into business, first at Pontypridd and then at Merthyr Tydfil, but next year made his way to Liverpool. He decided to enter the ministry, and studied arts and theology respectively at the Normal College, Swansea, and the Memorial College, Brecon, his convictions being deepened by the religious revival of 1858-1859. Organ The 4,600 pipes (organ pipe) organ (pipe organ) was built in 1892 by Henry Willis & Sons Organ Builders in Liverpool, UK (United Kingdom), for the Brisbane Exhibition Building at Bowen Park. It remained in the Exhibition Concert Hall until it was moved to the Brisbane City Hall in 1927. The City Hall’s first organ recital was held in 1929. The organ concert held on 14 November 2009 celebrated the 80th anniversary of the organ installation in the Brisbane City Hall but was also the last organ recital before the commencement of the restoration. When City Hall closed on 31 December 2009, the organ was totally dismantled and removed from the building for storage. It is planned that the organs will return to the hall three years later. Commons:category:Liverpool Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Merseyside Liverpool Wikipedia:Liverpool


Manhattan

majored in business. In early 1970s, lead singer (singing) Picone returned to the group replacing Tardogno as the lead singer. That group comprising Vito Picone, Freddie Redmond, Nino Amato and Bruce Copp have been together ever since and to this date, have not stopped touring (concert tour). They can be seen annually performing at the San Gennaro (Januarius) Festival (music festival), in Little Italy (Little Italy, Manhattan), Manhattan, New York City New York


Boston

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Brazil

name for the White-chested Emerald, it has recently been suggested that this is incorrect, in which case its scientific name would revert to ''A. chionopectus''. '''Cólera''' is a Brazilian punk rock band formed in October 1979 in São Paulo, by Redson (guitar and lead vocals (Singing)), Val (bass guitar) and Pierre (drums (Drum kit)) They are currently one of the oldest punk bands in activity in Brazil, with a career that spans


United States

model adopted with great success in the early 1970s by The Eagles, and involving similar musical diversity. One difference is that most songwriting and lead singing in The Eagles was by Don Henley and Glenn Frey, whereas Moby Grape involved greater band member equivalency in songwriting and lead vocal work. and that collectively merged elements of folk music, blues, country (country music), and jazz together with rock and psychedelic music. Due

and roll and popular music vocalist, and was the lead singer (singing) of the 1960s hit-making girl group, The Ronettes, who were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2007. She is known as the "original bad girl of rock and roll." The Last of the Rock Stars by Patrick Donovan (April 12, 2006) theage.com.au

''' (VOTC) was an organization in Virginia in the United States which operated new and used bus dealerships and a number of intrastate urban-suburban bus lines for about 30 years in the late 20th and early 21st centuries. '''Jordan Nathaniel Marcel Knight''' (born May 17, 1970) is an American (United States) singer-songwriter best known as the lead singer (singing) in the boy band, New Kids on the Block (NKOTB), and actor, who rose to fame in the 1980s


Japan

visitors every day from locations as far away as Japan. IKEA, an internationally known home furnishings store, opened its Schaumburg location near Woodfield in the late 1990s. Rosselló was a member of Menudo from mid 1983 to January 1986. He substituted Miguel Cancel and debuted in the album ''A Todo Rock''. He was replaced by Sergio Blass in 1986. Rosselló did not contribute a lot of lead singing for Menudo. Most of the time, he sang backing


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