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Chambly, Quebec

stations for the troops as they were deployed on their two campaigns into Iroquois nation land in 1666. Born in Montreal, Lussier began his musical career in 1973 in Chambly (Chambly, Quebec) as part of the progressive rock group Arpège. From 1976 to 1980, he was a member of the Montreal folk-progressive group


Scottish Arts Council

2000, Polwart left her job to concentrate on her musical career. After successful stints with Malinky, macAlias and Battlefield Band, and contributions to three volumes (Volumes 7, 8 and 9) of Linn Records' ''The Complete Songs of Robert Burns'' project, she decided to embark on a solo career. In 2003 she released her first solo album, ''Faultlines (Faultlines (album))''. Written and recorded with assistance from the Scottish Arts Council, ''Faultlines'' won the Best


Torreón

allowed to join the Convention, however). History In 1987 Javier Willy (keyboard (Keyboard instrument)) and Daniel Willy (drums) from Torreón, Mexico, decided to start a band. Soon after Ricardo Villa (lead guitar) joined them under the name "Explotion" ("Explosion"). Later they were joined by ,Jay de la Cueva. To expand their regional musical career and supported by their parents, they moved to Mexico City, where record producer Luis de Llano


Huntsville, Ontario

, Ontario Muskoka region of Ontario, attending Almaguin Highlands Secondary School and later Huntsville High School. He later moved south, to Toronto, to pursue his musical career. thumb left CKVR logo from the 1960s and 1970s. (Image:CKVR-TV logo 1.png) CKVR previously operated low-power rebroadcast transmitters in the communities of Parry Sound (Parry Sound, Ontario), Huntsville (Huntsville, Ontario), and Haliburton (Haliburton, Ontario), on Channels 11, 8, and 5, respectively


Port Coquitlam

''' in St. Boniface, Manitoba, Canada, Starr was a natural musician who could play guitar and bass as well as the mandolin. Although born in Manitoba, she was raised in Port Coquitlam and Coquitlam's Francophone community of Maillardville, British Columbia starting her musical career with the local group Les Hirondelles. Using the stage name of Lucille Starr, she eventually teamed up with band member Bob Regan both as his wife and to form their own country singing duo called "Bob & Lucille". Between 1958 and 1963 they released several 45 rpm records (Gramophone record) that were mainly covers of an eclectic mix of fashionable country (country music), pop (popular music), rockabilly and folk (Folk music) songs of people such as Perry Como to Connie Francis. Their records met with modest success on the North American West Coast (Pacific Coast) and in 1963 they were signed by A&M Records with which they began recording as "The Canadian Sweethearts". At its launch as ''VTV'', the station operated news bureaus in Victoria, North Vancouver (North Vancouver, British Columbia (city)), Burnaby, Port Coquitlam, Surrey (Surrey, British Columbia) and Richmond (Richmond, British Columbia), alongside its main studio in Downtown Vancouver. WikiPedia: Port Coquitlam


Tumbler Ridge

Category:District municipalities in British Columbia Category:Populated places in the Peace River Regional District Category:Coal mining regions in Canada Category:Mining communities in Canada Category:Mining companies of Canada Musical career Growing up in Tumbler Ridge and later Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, The Moffatts learned singing early in their lives and singing country music with their mother, Darlana and father, Frank Moffatt, first appearing


Ibadan

: www.nigeriadailynews.com leaders ad.asp?blurb 112 Musical rise I.K. Dairo's musical career entered the fast lane when he founded a ten piece band called the Morning Star Orchestra in 1957. In 1960, during the celebration of Nigeria's independence, the band was called on to play at a party hosted by a popular Ibadan based magistrate. With a lot of prominent Yoruba (Yoruba people) patrons at the venue, I.K. Dairo showcased his style of Juju music and earned attention and admiration from other Yoruba patrons present, many of whom later invited him to gigs during cultural celebrations or just lavish parties. In the early 1960s, he changed the band's name to Blue Spots and he also won a competition televised in Western Nigeria (Western Region, Nigeria) to showcase the various talents in Juju music. During the period, he was able to form his own record label in collaboration with Haruna Ishola and achieved critical and popular acclaim and fame.


Beckley, West Virginia

relocated to Los Angeles in 1967 for a musical career. birth_place Beckley (Beckley, West Virginia), West Virginia death_date Early years and personal life Carper was born in Beckley (Beckley, West Virginia), West


San Rafael, California

ha nestled in a small community near the base of Mount Tamalpais. The campus buildings feature a wide variety of architectural styles, each building being built in the style of its time. In the early days of his musical career, Lynch was an unknown classically trained guitarist and lutenist who began writing instrumental recordings that blended classical and electronic components into melodic soundscapes. His debut album, ''The Sky of Mind'' (1983) artfully meshed his early classical music training with spatial melodies, and the album became an underground success. When Lynch released his second album ''Deep Breakfast'' (1984), he and his wife Kathleen sold over 50,000 albums out of their small apartment in San Rafael, California before licensing the music to a distributor. ''Deep Breakfast'' has sold over 1 million copies without the benefit of performing, and was the first independently released album to be certified Platinum by the R.I.A.A. RIAA Gold & Platinum Database In order to have a stronger relationship with Factor 5's North American partners like LucasArts, '''Factor 5, Inc''' was established in the US (United States) in May 1996 with legal help support from LucasArts, and in late 1996 the core of the development team in Germany was relocated to the North American company headquarters in San Rafael (San Rafael, California), California. FACTOR 5 '''KVVF: Latino Mix''' (105.7 FM) is an Latin Pop radio station that broadcasts from Santa Clara, California, and is being simulcast in San Rafael, California on KVVZ (100.7 FM). Its current over-the-air brand and slogan is ''105.7 and 100.7 Latino Mix, "Solo Exitos"''. It is owned by Univision. Between 2003 and June 27, 2005, KVVF was the ''"pop, rock y reggaeton"'' station, ''Viva 105.7'', also owned by Univision. High school years Bailey attended Terra Linda High School in San Rafael, California and was a letterman (Letterman (sports)) and a standout in football (High school football). The largest population of California Clapper Rails is in San Francisco Bay, where a total of about 3000 are resident. The photo above right was taken of a California Clapper Rail at the San Francisco Bay perimeter near the Dumbarton Bridge (Dumbarton Bridge (California)); the Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge in the area provides protected habitats for this and other native species. Other frequent sightings of this species around the San Francisco Bay include the Napa Sonoma Marsh, Bothin Marsh in Mill Valley (Mill Valley, California), Gallinas Creek in San Rafael (San Rafael, California), Arrowhead Marsh and Damon Marsh in Oakland (Oakland, California), the Palo Alto (Palo Alto, California) baylands (Palo Alto Baylands Nature Preserve), John Kemper, ''Birding in California'' Globe Pequot Press (2001) ISBN 1-56044-832-6 Charleston Slough in Mountain View (Mountain View, California), Seal Slough in San Mateo (San Mateo, California) and Belmont Slough. The village is served by Golden Gate Transit route 42 and 40 between Richmond (Richmond, California) and El Cerrito del Norte BART stations (El Cerrito del Norte (BART station)) across the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge in Contra Costa County and San Rafael Transit Center in downtown San Rafael (San Rafael, California). The community is in ZIP code 94964 and area code 415. nationalcompetition Miss USA 2000 birth_place San Rafael, California, U.S. (United States) birth_name Jamie Marie Kern Kern was born and grew up in San Rafael, California but later moved to Des Moines, Washington. Kern graduated from Washington State University as a member of that University's Honor College and was awarded the President's Award. She maintained a GPA of 4.0 and completed her degree in three years. In 1999 she was the Phi Kappa Phi Senior Scholar of the Year. DATE OF BIRTH 1977-07-16 PLACE OF BIRTH San Rafael, California, U.S. (United States) DATE OF DEATH Personal life Deb Caletti was born June 16, 1963 in San Rafael, California. When Caletti was eleven, her father's work relocated the family to Seattle, Washington. Caletti often cites her love for writing and reading stemming back to her early childhood. “My most memorable teacher was Rich Campe, my third-grade teacher at Fairlands Elementary in Pleasanton, California. Rich was a bona fide Bay Area hippie…We also did a lot of creative writing in his class. His remarks on my stories…were the sort of encouragement that could make you feel that maybe, possibly, you were on to something with the whole writing thing. Groovy! he'd scrawl at the top of the page. Far OUT! If anyone knows where Rich Campe is, please let me know so that I can heartily and sincerely thank him.” "PowellsBooks.Blog - Kids Q&A: Deb Caletti", PowellsBooks.Blog, April 7, 2010. Caletti attended Lake Washington High School in Kirkland, Washington, graduating in 1981. She earned a BA (Bachelor's degree) in Journalism from the University of Washington in Seattle (Seattle, Washington) in 1985. Caletti was a longtime resident of Issaquah, Washington, where she set many of her books as the fictional town of "Nine Mile Falls." She currently resides in Seattle, Washington with her husband. Deb Caletti - Bio Montgomery Ward strike In 1943, the union struck Montgomery Ward & Co. (Montgomery Ward) after management refused to comply with a War Labor Board order to recognize the union and institute the terms of a collective bargaining agreement the board had worked out. The strike involved nearly 12,000 workers in Jamaica, New York; Detroit, Michigan; Chicago, Illinois; St. Paul, Minnesota; Denver, Colorado; San Rafael, California; and Portland, Oregon. Ward's then cut wages and fired many union activists.


Elizabeth City, North Carolina

above average. Elsewhere, flooding was mostly limited to locations with poor drainage and low-lying areas.


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