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Firpo

Firpo may refer to any of the following: Matthew Firpo, the American film director and screenwriter. Luis Firpo, the noted Argentinian boxer. or the following people or organizations, all of which were nicknamed "Firpo" in honour of Luis Firpos m ...

One Last Dance

"One Last Dance", an episode of Degrassi High One Last Dance 2003 film, a film starring Patrick Swayze One Last Dance 2006 film, a Singaporean film directed by Max Makowski

Hummel Fest

Hummel Fest is an international music festival of pieces written by Johann Nepomuk Hummel which was founded as a commemoration of this composer on the occasion of his 240th birth anniversary on initiative of a pianist Krisztina Gyopos It comprise ...

Lourens

Lourens may refer to: Given name Lourens van der Merwe, South African rugby referee Lourens Alma Tadema, Dutch painter Lourens Adriaanse, South African rugby player Lourens Baas Becking, Dutch botanist and microbiologist Lourens Muller, South Afr ...

Trevor Jones

Trevor Jones may refer to: Trevor Jones admiral, Australian Deputy Chief of Navy Sir Trevor Jones politician 1926–2016, Liverpool Liberal Party politician Trevor Jones footballer 1918–1985, Australian rules footballer who played with North Melbou ...

Che Chen

Che Chen is a New York-based composer and multi-instrumentalist, best known as a central figure in the group 75 Dollar Bill. Chen has collaborated with several influential avant-garde and improvisational musicians like Jorge Boehringer Core of th ...

PF1

PF1, PF-1, PF01, PF-01, or variant, may refer to: HTMS Tachin PF-1, "PF-1" ship number Thai patrol frigate HTMS Tachin Shenyang PF-1, model PF-1 jet engine from Shenyang Posnansky/Fronius PF-1 White Knight, model PF-1 glider "White Knight" from P ...

Turkish March

A Turkish march - in Italian, marcia alla turca - is a march written by a classical composer in the Turkish style that includes particular rhythmic patterns and often features piccolos, cymbals, bass drums and triangles. Turkish March may refer t ...

Beltrame (disambiguation)

Beltrame is an Italian name. It may refer to: Severine Bremond Beltrame, a French tennis player Beltrame Feragut, a French composer Marco Beltrame, an Italian ski jumper Daniel Beltrame, an Australian footballer Arnaud Beltrame, a lieutenant colo ...

Edward Parker

Edward or Eddie Parker may refer to: Edward Griffin Parker 1825–1868, United States lawyer, editor and author Edward Stone Parker 1802–1865, Methodist preacher and assistant Protector of Aborigines Edward M. Parker 1855–1925, bishop of the Episco ...

Many Voices

Many Voices is a live horspiel by Roberto Paci Dalo and Isabella Bordoni, broadcast from the Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, on January 29 1995. Produced for Sender Freies Berlin, Kunstradio, RNE, YLE, Giardini Pensili.

Sonthakkaran

Sonthakkaran is a 1989 Indian Tamil action film, directed by L. Raja and produced by M. Saravanan, M. Balasubramanian & M. S. Guhan. The film was dubbed into Telugu Kondaveeti Dada. The film stars Arjun, Nirosha in lead roles, while Sarath Babu, ...

Chang Jung-sook

Born in Daejeon, Chang studied vocal music at Seoul National University. She currently holds a masters degree in music education from Yonsei University. Chang served as a member of the Seoul Metropolitan Council from 2010 to 2014. During this tim ...

The State Jazz Orchestra of the USSR

The USSR State Jazz Band was a Soviet jazz band that existed in 1930s–1940s. After in 1938 it was auditioned by Joseph Stalin, a number of similar state-sponsored musical ensembles were created across the country.

Curro

Curro is an Andalusian diminutive of the male given name Francisco. It may refer to: Curro Montoya born 1977, Spanish footballer Antonio Jose Gonzalez Garcia born 1981, commonly known as Curro, Spanish footballer Curro Vacas born 1979, Spanish fo ...

Luke Smith

Luke Smith may refer to: Luke Smith volleyball born 1990, Australian volleyball player Luke Smith record producer born 1978, English record producer of the UK band Clor Luke Smith, mayor of Logan City, Queensland, Australia 2016- Luke Smith tenni ...

John Pierce

John Pierce may refer to: John Davis Pierce 1797–1882, American minister, legislator, Michigans first state school superintendent John Pierce tenor born 1959, American operatic tenor John Pierce country singer, country musician from Montana John ...

Bob Moore (disambiguation)

Bob Moore is an American session musician. Bob Moore may also refer to: Bob Moore, Canadian film producer, head of business and legal affairs at EyeSteelFilm Bob Moore American football born 1949, American football tight end Bob Moore Australian ...

Perry Ford

Perry Ford was an English pop singer, session musician and songwriter, best known as a member of The Ivy League.

Ready for Reed - Sam Reed Meets Roberto Magris

Ready For Reed – Sam Reed Meets Roberto Magris is an album by jazz saxophonist Sam Reed and pianist Roberto Magris released on the JMood label in 2013.

List of Dr. Feelgood members

Dr. Feelgood are an English pub rock band from Canvey Island, Essex. Formed in January 1971, the group originally consisted of lead vocalist, harmonicist and slide guitarist Lee Brilleaux, lead guitarist and second vocalist Wilko Johnson, bassist ...

Everyone Loves You. Once You Leave Them

Everyone Loves You. Once You Leave Them is the seventh studio album by Australian metalcore band the Amity Affliction. It was released on 21 February 2020 through Pure Noise Records and was produced by Matt Squire. It is the first album to featur ...

The Lot (album)

The Lot is a compilation album by Queen drummer Roger Taylor. The album contains nearly all of his solo work, both with The Cross and by himself. Released on November 11, 2013, in conjunction with Fun on Earth, many fans quickly complained about ...

Cannonball Funkn Friends

Cannonball Funk’n Friends is an album by jazz pianist Roberto Magris released on the JMood label in 2013, featuring performances by the Roberto Magris Quintet with Hermon Mehari, Jim Mair, Dominique Sanders and Alonzo "Scooter" Powell. The album ...

Omara

Omara or OMARA may refer to: People Omara Durand, Cuban female paralympic Omara Khan Massoudi, Afghan museum director Omara Portuondo, Cuban female singer OMara, surname Bombino musician, born Omara Moctar, Niger guitarist Omara Atubo, Ugandan po ...

Elettra Lamborghini

Elettra Miura Lamborghini is an Italian singer, model, television personality and influencer. After gaining initial attention participating on reality shows, she released her debut single "Pem Pem" in early 2018. She subsequently released her deb ...

Mina Nawe

Mina Nawe is the fifteenth studio album by South African singer Brenda Fassie. The record was released on January 2, 2001, by CCP Records. Fassie wrote most of the albums songs with Sello Chicco Twala. Originally released by CCP Records, the albu ...

Fauna (disambiguation)

Fauna is a collective term for animal life. Fauna may also refer to: Fauna, a 2009 Spiel des Jahres-nominated board game Fauna album, a 2008 album by Oh Land Fauna, a female character in Sweet Thursday, a novel by John Steinbeck Fauna deity, an a ...

Hanoch

Hanoch may refer to: Hanoch, the son of Reuben and head of the Hanochite branch of the tribe of Reuben Numbers 26:5 Shalom Hanoch born 1946, Israeli musician Hanoch Levin 1943–1999, Israeli dramatist Hanoch Bartov 1926–2016, Israeli author Hanoch ...

Azaria (disambiguation)

Azaria may refer to: Azaria, a moshav in central Israel Alexandre Azaria, French composer, songwriter and musician Aristaces Azaria, Armenian Catholic abbot and archbishop Hank Azaria, American actor, voice actor, comedian and producer Elor Azari ...

Chris Watson (disambiguation)

Chris Watson served as the third Prime Minister of Australia. Chris or Christopher Watson may also refer to: Chris Watson singer, British tenor Chris Watson American football born 1977, former American football player Chris Watson basketball born ...

Hillsong

Hillsong Music Australia, Christian music produced by Hillsong Church Hillsong United: Live in Miami, eleventh live album/DVD by contemporary Christian worship band Hillsong United Hillsong United, Australian band that originated as a part of Hil ...

Thiaguinho

Thiago Andre Barbosa better known as Thiaguinho, is a pagode singer, composer and presenter. He became famous for participating in the talent show Fama in 2002 and became famous for being a member of the musical group Exaltasamba. He did several ...

Will Jay

Will Jay Behlendorf is an American singer who is influenced by pop, jazz, and Motown. He appeared on The Voice of China and released a self-titled EP in 2019. He regularly uploads music videos on his YouTube channel.

Ceelle Burke

Cecil Louis Burke, who performed as Ceelle Burke, was a musician and performer. He was born in Los Angeles. After working with the Norman Thomas Quintette, he joined Curtis Mosbys Blue Blowers. He collaborated with Leon Rene on the song Lovely Ha ...

Boy Wonder

Boy Wonder may refer to: Boy Wonder novel, a 1988 novel by James Robert Baker Boy Wonder producer born 1978, music producer, musician, and filmmaker Joel Selwood or Boy Wonder, Australian rules footballer Boy Wonder, the earlier name of the boy b ...

Haynes

In Australia: Haynes, Western Australia In the United Kingdom: Haynes Church End Haynes, Bedfordshire In the United States: Haynes Township, Michigan Haynes, Arkansas Haynes, Ohio Haynes, North Dakota

Cody

Cody, Nebraska Cody, Wyoming Cody Duluth, Minnesota Cody Lake Minnesota, a lake in Minnesota Cody, Missouri Cody, Florida

Westbury

Westbury, Gauteng, a suburb of Johannesburg, South Africa Westbury, Tasmania, Australia Westbury, Quebec, Canada Westbury, suburb of Limerick, Ireland

Rick Brown

Rick Brown may refer to: Ricardo Brown basketball born 1957, also known as Ricky Brown, former Filipino American basketball player Ricky Brown basketball born 1955, former American basketball player Ricky Brown tennis born 1967, former tour playe ...

Matthew Evans

Mathew or Matt Evans is the name of: Matt Evans born 1986, actor, appeared on Big Brother in the Philippines Matt Evans rugby union born 1988, Canadian international rugby union player Mathew Evans, Canadian inventor Matthew Evans cricketer born ...

E6

E6, E06, E.VI or E-6 can mean: London Buses route E6, a Transport for London contracted bus route E6 protein, a protein encoded by Human papillomavirus Eggenfellner E6, an American aircraft engine design PRR E6, an American steam locomotive E-6 p ...

Die

Die integrated circuit, a rectangular piece of a semiconductor wafer Die manufacturing, a material-shaping device Coin die, a metallic piece used to strike a coin Sort typesetting, a cast die for printing Die, a tool used in paper embossing Die c ...

Litku Klemetti

Litku Klemetti is a Finnish musician, singer and songwriter influenced by schlager, punk and progressive rock. She started in the indie scene but gained mainstream popularity. Klemetti was born in a family she has described as being highly typica ...

Andrew Davies

Andrew Davies cricketer, born 1962, former English cricketer Andrew Davies weightlifter born 1967, British weightlifter Andrew Davies Canadian runner born 2000, Canadian long distance runner and competitor at the 2019 World Cross Country Champion ...

Bad Decisions (The Strokes song)

Bad Decisions is a song by American rock band The Strokes. The song was released on February 18, 2020, as the second single from their sixth studio album, The New Abnormal. An accompanying music video was released on the same day. It incorporates ...

36 Canadian Brigade Group Band

The 36 Canadian Brigade Group band, a voluntary musical unit that serves as the de facto Canadian Army brass and reed military band in Nova Scotia. Being part of the 36 Canadian Brigade Group, it is the only one that is operationally attached to ...

Thomas Barnett

Thomas Barnett may refer to: Tommy Barnett footballer 1908–1986, English footballer Thomas Barnett Niagara Falls 1799–1890, museum proprietor, collector and innkeeper Thomas P. Barnett 1870–1929, American architect and painter Tom Barnett America ...

Great Scott (disambiguation)

The Great Scott, ring name for Canadian professional wrestler, booker and promoter George Scott Great Scott! TV series, an American sitcom that aired in 1992 Great Scott Films Inc, of Christopher J. Scott Great Scott! The Best of Jay Scotts Movie ...

MacDonough

MacDonough may refer to: Surname: Elizabeth MacDonough, the current Parliamentarian of the United States Senate James MacDonough born on April 3, 1970 in Jacksonville, Florida US is a professional bass guitarist Glen MacDonough 1870–1924, US Amer ...