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A Coruña

Rhodes Surgeon Lieutenant Charles Rhodes was posthumously awarded the Albert Medal (Albert Medal (lifesaving)) for his part in the rescue. Houston also performed the song as one of setlist on fourteen-date-tour in Japan, Feels So Right Tour. One performance of the song on the tour was taped at Yokohama Arena on January 7, 1990 and later broadcast on Japanese TV channel. On March 17, she sang the song live on That's What Friends Are For#1990 benefit concert That's What Friends


Olympia, Washington

, apartment he shared with Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl. "Dave and I were screwing around on a 4-track (4-track (multitrack))," said Cobain, "and I wrote that song in about thirty seconds. And I sat down for like half-an-hour and wrote the lyrics and then we recorded it." The band played the song live many times in 1991 and 1992. However, it didn't receive studio treatment until 1993, when it was recorded by Steve Albini for ''In Utero''. A remix by Scott Litt appears


Quebec City

by David Ball (David Ball (country singer)) in 1995 for the Beatles tribute album ''Come Together: America Salutes The Beatles''. *McCartney performed the song live during The 'US' Tour; he did too at the Paris Olympia on 22 October 2007, in Kyev for the Independence Concert on 14 June 2008, in Quebec City for the free outdoor concert on 20 July 2008, that was the 400th anniversary of the city, and at Tel Aviv, Israel, on 25 September 2008. *Glen Phillips (lead singer of Toad the Wet Sprocket) covered the song for the soundtrack of the 2009 Eddie Murphy film ''Imagine That (Imagine That (film))''. The 1955 Burlington A's attracted 51,267 fans to Centennial Field for the season, the second highest attendance in the League. Burlington went 65 and 64 to finish in third-place, 20.5 games behind the first-place St. Jean (Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu) Canadians (Pittsburgh Pirates). Burlington pitcher Jack Hale tied for the league-lead in wins with 17.


Buenos Aires

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Dallas

played on the station, Millard called-in and spoke with the crew; MercyMe then came in and played the song live. Parker grew up in Kemp, Texas, just outside of Dallas, and played collegiately for Centenary College (Centenary College of Louisiana) in Louisiana for three years beginning in 1932. Parker then signed with the Lions as a fullback in 1935, and during his first season, he helped the team capture


Salt Lake City

with Kiss to date. They also performed the song live with Adam Lambert during the season 8 finale of American Idol, on May 20, 2009 at the Nokia Theater (L.A. Live#Nokia Theatre) in Los Angeles. country United States headquarters Salt Lake City, Utah distribution death_date death_place Salt Lake City, Utah, United States death_cause DATE OF DEATH 20


Barbados

carey_mariah.jhtml title Mariah Carey, Beyoncé, Rihanna, Fergie, Miley Cyrus, More Collaborate On Cancer Benefit Single last Kaufman first Gil date August 19, 2008 publisher MTV accessdate May 14, 2009 The singers performed the song live on September 5, 2008. "Just Stand Up” Star-Studded Charitable Single Sets Pace For Stand Up to Cancer Fundraising Campaign ''Stand Up to Cancer'' Retrieved on June 6, 2009. ref>


Cincinnati

and Georgia (Georgia (U.S. state)). In 1851, they moved to Marianna, Florida, on account of the illness of Hentz. He died there. On July 13, 2009, Tori Amos covered the song live during her Sinful Attraction Tour at the Paramount Theatre (Paramount Theatre (Oakland, California)) in Oakland, California.


Austin, Texas

, Waylon Jennings performed a song called "Bob Wills is Still the King". In addition, The Rolling Stones performed this song live in Austin, Texas at Zilker Park for their DVD ''The Biggest Bang''. In a 1968 issue of ''Guitar Player'', rock guitarist Jimi Hendrix said of Wills and the Playboys: "I dig them. The Grand Ole Opry used to come on, and I used to watch that. They used to have some pretty heavy cats, some heavy guitar players." Asleep


Warsaw

of the song posted on the band's Facebook shows the rap hardcore influences in the song, as well as the title suggests a further political theme. The band had also been playing another new song live titled "Arguing with Thermometers", during their European fall tour. The debut performance of this song took place on 12 September in Warsaw, Poland. - style "background:#EFEFEF;" Warsaw Brussels style "text-align:center;" A Young years Savinkov


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