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Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre

Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, Verizon Wireless Music Center, Verizon Wireless Theatre, and other variants may refer to: Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre Charlotte, now PNC Music Pavilion, in Charlotte, North Carolina Verizon Wireless Music Center A ...

Straight from the Heart

Straight from the Heart The Gap Band album, 1988 Straight from the Heart: The Very Best of Bonnie Tyler, 1995 Straight from the Heart Patrice Rushen album, 1982 Straight from the Heart Daryle Singletary album, 2007 "Straight from the Heart" Bryan ...

Craig Irvin

Craig Irvin is an American operatic baritone. Irvin did his undergraduate study at the Simpson College, in Indianola Iowa, before completing his graduate work at The University of Tennessee. During his graduate studies, he performed with the Knox ...

Dame (disambiguation)

Dame is a female noble title equivalent to "sir" for knights. Dame may also refer to: Dame surname, a surname Pantomime dame A nickname of NBA player Damian Lillard Dame, a town and arrondissement in southern Benin A title of respect for certain ...

Keith House

by state Keith House, also known as Prairie Avenue Gallery, Chicago, Illinois Keith House Upper Makefield Township, Pennsylvania, NRHP-listed Edson Keith Estate, Sarasota, Florida, NRHP-listed Harry C. Keith House, Kalispell, Montana, listed on t ...

Symphony Hall

Symphony Hall may refer to: Miller Symphony Hall, Allentown, Pennsylvania, United States Muza Kawasaki Symphony Hall, Kawasaki, Kanagawa, Japan Phoenix Symphony Hall, Phoenix, Arizona, United States Symphony Hall Sirius XM, a classical music sate ...

The Herd (Wipers album)

The Herd is the eighth studio album by punk rock band Wipers, released in 1996 by the Tim/Kerr. The album was written, produced and recorded by Sage at his own Zeno Studios in Phoenix, Arizona.

The Dubbeez

The band won the "Battle of the Bands" at Uitmarkt Festival in Amsterdam in September 2015. In 2016 The Dubbeez participated at the Reggaevilles World Reggae Contest, being selected among the five finalists. They performed at the final night of t ...

Attack of the Elvis Impersonators

Attack of the Elvis Impersonators is a 2017 Off-Broadway musical-parody with a book, music, and lyrics by Lory Lazarus. The musical features original songs based on the music of singer Elvis Presley. It was inspired by Elvis Impersonator culture.

Les Menottes (Tching Tchang Tchong)

Les Menottes is a song from the French rapper LAlgerino, the song was recorded in 2017 to Marseille and released on May 5, 2017 on YouTube, the song has 580 million views.

Gustav Hinke

Born in Dresden, Hinke was born in 1844 as the son of a musician. He attended the Dresden Kreuzschule from 1857 and studied oboe with Rudolf Hiebendahl at the Dresden Conservatory from 1859 to 1864. He was also taught piano by Julius Adolf Ruhlma ...

Wolfgang Hildemann

Hildemann studied at the music conservatorys of Prague and Nurnberg. There he learned by Fidelio Finke, Anton Nowakowski and Joseph Keilberth. 1952 he passed the examination of the chapel master. From 1949 to 1967 he was a music teacher of the Wi ...

Finbarr Donnelly

Finbarr Donnelly was an Irish singer and songwriter who was as the vocalist with the post-punk band Five Go Down to the Sea?. Known for his striking stage presence and absurdist, surreal lyrics; he and Five Go Down To The Sea? were hugely influen ...

Technika

Technika, meaning technology in several Slavic languages, may refer to: Technika camera, an all-metal folding field camera from Linhof TECHNIKA, an annual technical festival held at the Birla Institute of Technology Technika brand, a brand of ele ...

Layers of Love United

Layers of Love United is the third album from Norton. It was the bands first record with Pedro Afonso on lead vocals. "Two Points" was a hit single and the song with most airplay on Antena 3 Radio Station during that year. The Japanese version of ...

Farewell, Moscow Gang

The film takes place in the Moscow suburbs in the spring of 1956. The film tells about a young man who meets his first love, watches the brutality of the criminal world and enters adulthood.

Abstract Logix

Abstract Logix is a North Carolina-based record label specializing in jazz fusion, world and jam band music. To date, Abstract Logix has released over fifty titles from musicians spanning the globe. In 2019 they were voted" Best Record Label” in ...

Novi Sad (disambiguation)

Novi Sad is the second largest city in Serbia. Novi Sad may also refer to: Novi Sad Synagogue, city synagogue City municipality of Novi Sad, one of two city municipalities which constitute the city of Novi Sad Novi Sad Airport, airport near the c ...

Stockholm Syndrome (disambiguation)

Bands Stockholm Syndrome group, a Swedish pop-dance duo Stockholm Syndrome band, an American rock-music band Albums Stockholm Syndrome Backyard Babies album, 2003 Stockholm Syndrome Derek Webb album, 2009 Songs "Stockholm Syndrome", by One Direct ...

One Voice (Johnny Gioeli album)

One Voice is the debut solo album by American hard rock singer Johnny Gioeli. It was released on December 7, 2018 via Neapolitan label Frontiers Records and it was produced by Italian multi-instrumentalist Alessandro Del Vecchio, also on keyboard ...

More & More (EP)

More & More is the upcoming ninth EP by the South Korean girl group Twice. Set to be released by JYP Entertainment and Republic Records on June 1, 2020, and features the lead single of the same name.

Songwriter (Bill Anderson album)

Songwriter is a studio album by American country singer-songwriter Bill Anderson. It was released via TWI Records in May 2010. The project was co-produced by Bill Anderson and Rex Schnelle. It was Andersons 42nd studio album in his recording care ...

Count Your Blessings, Woman (album)

Count Your Blessings, Woman is the sixth studio album released by American country music artist Jan Howard. The album was released in June 1968 on Decca Records. The albums title track was spawned as a single, becoming a major hit on the Billboar ...

Scorpio (album)

Scorpio is a studio album by American country singer-songwriter Bill Anderson. It was released in April 1977 on MCA Records and was produced by Buddy Killen. Scorpio was Andersons 26th studio album as a recording artist and first album release of ...

Dont Turn Around (album)

Dont Turn Around is the debut album of American Soul/R&B vocal group, Black Ivory. The album was produced and arranged by Record Producer, Patrick Adams and released in March 1972 on Today Records/Perception Records.

Happy State of Mind (album)

Happy State of Mind is a studio album by American country singer-songwriter Bill Anderson. It was released in September 1968 on Decca Records and was produced by Owen Bradley. Andersons tenth studio recording, it was also his second studio album ...

Peace of Mind (Jay Whiss album)

Peace of Mind is the debut studio album by Canadian rapper Jay Whiss released via Universal Music Canada. After released a 3 track EP which contained the single "Every Night" which features vocals from Jimmy Prime and Safe and "Dark Cloud" it was ...

D-2 (mixtape)

D-2 is the second mixtape released by South Korean rapper Agust D, following the 2016 mixtape of the same name. The mixtape was released on May 22, 2020, and consists of ten tracks. Its lyrics share the rappers viewpoint on the current world. It ...

International Film Music Critics Association Award for Best New Archival Release of an Existing Score – Re-Release or Re-Recording

The International Film Music Critics Association Award for Best New Archival Release of an Existing Score – Re-Release or Re-Recording is an annual award given by the International Film Music Critics Association, or the IFMCA. The award is given ...

Mark Johnson (musician)

Mark Johnson is an American banjoist credited with creating a style of five string banjo playing called Clawgrass, which incorporates bluegrass and clawhammer banjo styles as well as bluegrass guitar styles and bluegrass ensemble techniques. He, ...

Fever Dream

Fever Dream Samanta Schweblin novel, a 2017 English translation of Distancia de rescate Fever Dream novel, a 2010 novel by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child "Fever Dream" short story, a 1948 short story by Ray Bradbury

8 (Billie Eilish song)

8 is a song by American singer Billie Eilish from her debut studio album When We Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?. It was written by Eilish and her brother Finneas OConnell. The song peaked at number 79 on the US Billboard Hot 100. and number 52 in C ...

The Best Is Yet to Come (disambiguation)

The Best Is Yet to Come is a song written in 1959 by Cy Coleman, and generally associated with Frank Sinatra The Best Is Yet to Come may also refer to:

I Hear Voices

I Hear Voices may refer to: "I Hear Voices", a song by Puff Daddy on their 1999 album Forever "I Hear Voices", a song by Psychic TV on their 1987 live album Live in Heaven "I Hear Voices", a song by Waltari on their 2009 album Below Zero "I Hear ...

The Heart from Your Hate

The Heart from Your Hate is a song by American metal band Trivium, appearing on the bands eighth studio album The Sin and the Sentence. The song premiered on Octane on August 23, 2017. The following day, August 24, the song was released as the se ...

Forever Yours

Forever Yours 1959 film, an Egyptian film An alternative title for the 1936 film Forget Me Not Forever Yours 2004 film, directed by Clifton Ko Forever Yours 1945 film, an American drama film Forever Yours 1929 film, early sound film directed by M ...

Melancolie

"Melancolie", song by Yves Duteil, Yves Duteil 1980 "Si tu tappelles Melancolie", Joe Dassin "Melancolie", song by Soprano rapper Melancolie, by Peppino di Capri e I Suoi Rockers, Centi, Fuchsberger 1965 "La melancolie", song by Leo Ferre, Leo Fe ...

Not Alone

Not Alone album, a charity compilation album for Medecins Sans Frontieres, 2006 Not Alone – Rivers Cuomo and Friends: Live at Fingerprints, an EP by Rivers Cuomo, 2009

Holy water (disambiguation)

Holy water is water that has been blessed in a religious ceremony. See also: Holy water in Eastern Christianity Holy water may also refer to: "Holy Water", a song by We the Kingdom Holy Water Wendy Oldfield album, 2002 "Holy Water", a song by the ...

Die Young (Roddy Ricch song)

Die Young is a song by American rapper Roddy Ricch. The song was released on July 20, 2018 as the lead single from Ricchs second mixtape Feed Tha Streets II.

Then What (Illy song)

Then What is a song by Australian rapper Illy and was released in May 2019 as the lead single from Illys forthcoming sixth studio album. "Then What" peaked at number 33 on the ARIA Charts and was certified platinum. "Then What" was written about ...

Girija Kalyanam (TV series)

Girija Kalyanam is an Indian Telugu language Soap opera directed by Govind Eemani premiered on 20 January 2020 airing on Gemini TV every Monday to Saturday at 9PM IST. The show stars Suhasini, Dharma, Akku Aakarsh, in leading roles.

Anacostia (disambiguation)

Anacostia station, a Washington Metro station in this neighborhood Anacostia Historic District, the historic district which encompasses the Anacostia neighborhood Naval Support Facility Anacostia, a formerly independent US Naval Base in this neig ...

More and More

More and More may refer to: "More and More", a song by Blood Sweat & Tears from Blood, Sweat & Tears "More and More", a song by Israel & New Breed from Jesus at the Center: Live "More and More" Fleur East song "More and More", a song written by J ...

Long Ago and Far Away

Long Ago and Far Away may refer to: Long Ago and Far Away TV series, a public television series for children hosted by James Earl Jones "Long Ago and Far Away", a popular song by Jerome Kern and Ira Gershwin from the 1944 film musical Cover Girl ...

Peaches and cream (disambiguation)

"Peaches & Cream" 112 song "Peaches & Cream", a song by The John Butler Trio from Sunrise over Sea "Peaches and Cream", a ragtime composition by Percy Wenrich 1905 "Peaches N Cream" Snoop Dogg song "Peaches and Cream", a comedy duet in Bowery tou ...

I Believe in You

"I Believe in You", a song by Agnes Carlsson from the album Stronger, 2006 "I Believe in You", a song by No Angels from the album Destiny, 2007 "I Believe in You Je crois en toi", a song by Celine Dion and II Divo, 2006 "I Believe in You", a song ...

Shes My Baby

Shes My Baby may refer to: "Shes My Baby" Traveling Wilburys song, 1990 "Shes My Baby", a song by Fats Domino "Shes My Baby", a song by Johnny OKeefe "Shes My Baby", a song by Faithless from Sunday 8PM Shes My Baby, a 1928 musical by Rodgers and ...

Over and Over Again (disambiguation)

Over and Over Again is a 2015 song by Nathan Sykes. Over and Over Again may also refer to: "Say It Over and Over Again", a 1963 song by John Coltrane Quartet on their 1963 album Ballads "Over and Over Again", a 1946 single by Gene Autry and Cindy ...

Jeanne Pruett (1974 album)

Jeanne Pruett is a studio album by American country music artist Jeanne Pruett. It was released in June 1974 on MCA Records and was produced by Walter Haynes. It was Pruetts third studio album issued in her recording career. The project was also ...