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Peterborough, Ontario

from Harvard Business School in 1989. In 2003, he was elected a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario (FCA). The original band members reunited for four shows in February 2011 for a mini tour. They played at Sound Academy (Polson Pier) in Toronto, Barracuda Pretty in St. Catharines, The Venue in Peterborough (Peterborough, Ontario) and Norma Jean's in London (London, Ontario). The band also played eight shows in December 2011: two in Vancouver


St. Catharines

as Buffalo (Buffalo, New York), Hamilton (Hamilton, Ontario) and Toronto daily for work. The original band members reunited for four shows in February 2011 for a mini tour. They played at Sound Academy (Polson Pier) in Toronto, Barracuda Pretty in St. Catharines, The Venue in Peterborough (Peterborough, Ontario) and Norma Jean's in London (London, Ontario). The band also played eight shows in December 2011: two in Vancouver and one each in Edmonton, Toronto, ref


Blackpool

; (the skinhead "white power" rock act of the same name that gained notoriety later, contained only one member of the original band). Both bands claimed Blackpool as their place of origin. 1980s and 1990s Another Blackpool band signed to Factory (Factory Records) was Tunnelvision, LTM Recordings Tunnelvision Biography Factory discography Tunnelvision

by Horace Jones (Horace Jones (architect)) and John Wolfe-Barry is completed. * Blackpool Tower in Blackpool, England is completed and opened to the public. After being contacted by iTunes and K-tel records (K-tel) in California, Tony Williams re-formed Stealers Wheel in Blackpool in 2008 with two other original band members, Rod Coombes and Paul Pilnick, together with locally based musician and songwriter Tony Mitchell. On 10 November 2008 they started filming


Tonga

, Australia, Pakistan, China, the Philippines, and the United States. Background The original band consisted of the eight oldest children of Maikeli "Mike" and Vaké Wolfgramm, who have 17 children in total, fifteen by birth and two (Eddie and Eugene) by adoption, were originally from the South Pacific island kingdom of Tonga. The family is of Tongan, British, and German ancestry. Commons:Category:Tonga WikiPedia:Tonga Dmoz:Regional Oceania Tonga


Nottingham

on local sides. Leading amateurs such as Alfred Mynn also played on occasion. Matches were usually against the odds, with eleven men in their team versus 22 for the opposition, to make it a more interesting and even contest. Original band members *Dave Manders (born 4 August 1947, Nottingham, England) — guitar lead vocal *Philip Wright (born 9 April 1946, St. Annes, Nottingham, England) — drums lead voc Friendship cities *Nottingham, England * Birmingham


Kingston upon Hull

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Memphis, Tennessee

. As the original band members dropped out, he recruited players from his high school days and began to play a style closer to jazz fusion than the country rock style for which the band was known. During the 1980s and early 1990s Lane played in The Willys, a band consisting of singer bassist Rob Caudill, keyboardist Sam Bryant and drummer Russ Caudill. DATE OF BIRTH March 21, 1963 PLACE OF BIRTH Memphis (Memphis, Tennessee), Tennessee, United States DATE OF DEATH

; had recorded solo singles before joining The Bar-Kays as lead singer, after four original band members were killed with Otis Redding in a plane crash. Anita Louis was a backing singer on some of the records produced by Hayes and Porter. Shelbra Bennett had recently joined the label as a singer. Norman West, Jr., the last to join the group, grew up in Louisiana, and sang in church with his brothers Joe, James, and Robert. He replaced William Bell (William Bell (singer)) as a member


Cleveland

Love" was released, but this record also failed to make the national charts. Finally, on October 21, they played the Circle Theater in Cleveland, with Don Rello, the Quails and Ralph Wilson’s orchestra. Hall of Fame controversy When Fleetwood Mac was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998, original band members Peter Green (Peter Green (musician)), Jeremy Spencer, Danny Kirwan, Mick Fleetwood


Cincinnati

and The Who tracks. They gigged regularly in an Oxford bar called The Boar's Head, and Cincinnati underground rock venues, The Mug Club and later The Ludlow Garage, "Lemon Pipers: More than 'Green Tambourine'" by Larry Nager, The Cincinnati Enquirer and released a single on the Carol Records label (record label), "Quiet Please". The original band existed as a quartet, and then gained notoriety by reaching the finals in the Ohio Battle of the Bands at the Cleveland Public Auditorium (Public Auditorium) in 1967, losing out to the James Gang. The '''Warren County Canal''' was a branch of the Miami and Erie Canal in southwestern Ohio about Commons:Category:Cincinnati WikiPedia:Cincinnati Dmoz:Regional North America United States Ohio Metro Areas Cincinnati Metro


Helsinki

In 1961 he began to work at the Secretariat of State (Secretariat of State (Vatican)) of the Vatican City under the orders of Pope John XXIII. During the period following Vatican II, Casaroli gained a reputation as a highly skilled diplomat who was able to negotiate with regimes hostile to the Church. He headed the CSCE (Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe) conference in Finlandia Hall, Helsinki from 30 July to 1 August 1975. He was also blamed by Mehmet Ali Ağca by giving the order for the assassination of Pope John Paul II. File:O ja A Merikanto.jpg thumb right 300px Father


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