Archive for May, 2007
I’ll Be There For You – Black ‘n Blue Rock Revolution – Britny Fox For The Love Of Money – Bulletboys Push, Push – Cinderella Foolin’ – Def Leppard It’s Not Love – Dokken Finger On The Trigger Enuff Z’Nuff It’s A Monster – Extreme …
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Iñaki Castañer’s ONO was clearly ahead of the other two boats, in generally very good conditions and winds that reached 24 winds. Part of the Spanish TP52 fleet in the Trofeo Conde Gondó.
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Valencia Sailing: Spanish TP52 and GP42 boats warm up for 2007 …
Roger Clyne , Songwriter Interviews: Go behind the music with some of the world’s best songwriters.
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Roger Clyne: Songwriter Interviews
March 6 – Richard Nader’s Doo Wop X. March 14 – The Irish Tenors. March 18 – The Band of Irish Guards with the Pipes and Drums of the Royal Regiment of Scotland.
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Clearwater Florida Events
Brad Garrett’s home (former) – Virtual Globetrotting.
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Brad Garrett's home (former) – Virtual Globetrotting
Benjy Ferree : A Pied Piper Leading The Ghosts Of The Nation Through A Head And Out A Mouth recorded May 16, 2007.
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One thing does look somewhat intriguing though, Steve Nieve : Welcome to the Voice. I haven’t heard much about it, but Elvis Costello’s right hand man has what is listed as an “opera,” with performances by Elvis, Sting and the Brodsky …
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New Album Releases, 5-15-2007: Steve Nieve, Gretchen Wilson, Wilco …
After lunch we synchronistically ran into a guy on the street who’d worked on the Doubleday Books sales force promoting Billie Craddock’s Be Not Content way back when. The guy said Billie’s editor was Luther Nichols, and that Billie had …
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