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Ventura, California

. They launched the album with an appearance on ''Jimmy Kimmel Live'', performing the songs "If U C Jordan" and "Space", the latter of which became the only single from the album. In February 2004, it was confirmed that William Tell (William Tell (musician)) had left Something Corporate to pursue a solo career. Bobby Anderson, formerly of the band River City High, replaced Tell as the band's touring guitarist. On May 20, 2004, Something Corporate filmed their concert


Whistler, British Columbia

group who opened The had melded into a collaboration of musicians from exceptionally talented beginners to experienced pros, some of whom still perform. They became very well known for their enthusiastic live performances which


Jamaica

together, mixing Bennett's instrumentals with Hambleton's smooth alto voice to create the unique had melded into a collaboration of musicians


Tokyo

, 2011. "Headquarters Roppongi Hills Mori Tower, 6-10-1 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-6155, Japan" "会社プロフィール." Mori Building Company. Retrieved on December 14, 2011. "〒106-6155 東京都港区六本木6丁目10番1号 六本木ヒルズ森タワー" Quarashi would soon take a break from song writing and rehearsals to make their return to live performing, as a way to have the fans warm up to Tiny, and as a way to promote their new album. Tiny's first live performance with Quarashi occurred on 20 December 2003 at the club NASA in Reykjavík. The Q boys traveled to Japan once again to perform at the 2 day Sonicmania concert in Tokyo in January 2004, and then performed "Race City" at the 2004 Icelandic EFFEMM Awards that February (which is where they won the award for 2003 Song Of The Year for "Mess It Up"). Quarashi also performed during a long weekend in Iceland called "The Verslunarmanna Helgi", where they played gigs at Sauðárkrókur (a small town in northern Iceland), and Akureyri. Quarashi was the opening act for both 50 Cent and The Prodigy, when those two popular musical acts traveled to Iceland. 1964 ''Details (1964 Thomas Cup)'' Tokyo, Japan ''' WikiPedia:Tokyo Dmoz:Regional Asia Japan Prefectures Tokyo Commons:Category:Tokyo


Washington, D.C.

years later in March 1970, had refused to return to live performing only agreeing to do it only at sporadic times including when he was honored in his hometown in Washington, D.C. in May 1972 and performed at the Kennedy Center and briefly on the 1973 film, ''Save the Children''. But with the success of ''Let's Get It On'' and Gaye's now-increasing spending habit, he reluctantly agreed to start touring again in the beginning of 1974. After rescheduling the concert for January 4, 1974


France

theater. After more than twenty years doing live performing as a monologist, during which he traveled extensively around the globe, he worked in Australia from 1912 through 1915, where turned to the burgeoning motion picture industry and made his first two films. '''Jeanette Abadie''' (or l'Abadie) (born c. 1593) was a young woman of the village of Ciboure in Gascony, France, who was supposedly lured into witchcraft and was one of the principal witnesses concerning the supposed practices of the witches' Sabbath (Sabbath (witchcraft)). Her account of the Sabbath was contained in the narrative of Pierre de Lancre, a royal councillor of Bordeaux, who made an exhaustive study of witchcraft after being appointed in 1609 to a commission to try people accused of it, apparently including the then sixteen-year old Jeanette. We play 100% acoustic (acoustic instrument). We never use amps (Instrument amplifier) or mics (Microphone) (except at Plan-It-X Fest (Plan It X Records#Plan-It-X Fest) and on Oct. 28, 2006 for The fest V ). We have been playing in bands (band (music)) together for about 7 years. We started Ghost Mice in 2002 because we were tired of being restricted. We were tired of having to travel in big vans and depend on amps (Instrument amplifier), PA systems (Public address) and electricity. With Ghost Mice we can travel very light and we need nothing to play. We often play in back yards or on the street corner in front of the venue. We have toured the USA many times and we toured Europe (Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark, Austria, France, Spain, Belgium, England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland) by foot. We hitch-hiked and took trains to all of our shows. It was fun and very liberating. We sing a mix of personal and political lyrics, we are anarchist, we are dedicated to the DIY ethic and the struggle to make the world a better place. We play music and travel for fun and to meet new people. Music is our lives. We love travel. We are nice and a little shy. http: www.plan-it-x.org artist ghost-mice isbn 9789004006171 Modern shale oil extraction industries were established in France during the 1830s and in Scotland during the 1840s. Commons:Category:France WikiPedia:France Dmoz:Regional Europe France


United States

School on a pay-what-you-can basis to spread their influence in 1981. The had melded into a collaboration of musicians from exceptionally talented beginners to experienced pros, some of whom still perform. They became very well known for their enthusiastic live performances which initiated their extensive touring across Canada


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