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Horne and Jones separated in 1940 and divorced in 1944.
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Horne and Jones
Many artists made their mark with pop standards, particularly interpreters like Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Frank Sinatra, Doris Day, Frankie Laine, Nat King Cole ( originally known for his jazz piano virtuosity ), Lena Horne, Tony Bennett, Vic Damone, Johnny Mathis, Barbra Streisand, Peggy Lee, Sammy Davis, Jr., Mel Tormé, Sarah Vaughan, Eydie Gormé, Andy Williams, Nancy Wilson, Jack Jones, Rita Reys, Steve Lawrence and Cleo Laine.
Horne said that the removal of Jones during the June 2011 meeting, as well as the exclusion of the public from July meetings, violated state law.
He recorded more than one hundred albums with international musical stars ( spanning the genres of jazz, variety, and classical ) and worked with such diverse musicians as Phil Woods, Ray Charles, Claude Nougaro, Perry Como, Neil Diamond, Ella Fitzgerald, Aretha Franklin, Lena Horne, James Ingram, Jack Jones, Kiri te Kanawa, Tamara Gverdciteli, Frankie Laine, Tereza Kesovija, Johnny Mathis, Jessye Norman, Diana Ross, Frank Sinatra, Barbra Streisand, Sarah Vaughan, Shirley Bassey, Regine Velasquez, and Natalie Dessay.
Bishop George Horne of Norwich was during some of his earlier years an avowed Hutchinsonian ; and William Jones of Nayland continued to be so to the end of his life.
A proposed 1983 joint recording project between Horne and Frank Sinatra ( to be produced by Quincy Jones ) was ultimately abandoned, and her sole studio recording of the decade was 1988's The Men in My Life, featuring duets with Sammy Davis, Jr. and Joe Williams.
" Remixed by her longtime producer Rodney Jones, the recordings featured Horne in remarkably secure voice for a woman of her years, and include versions of such signature songs as " Something to Live For ", " Chelsea Bridge ", and " Stormy Weather ".
Together they are the executive producers for such shows as The Mighty Boosh, starring Noel Fielding and Julian Barratt, Nighty Night, starring Julia Davis, Marion and Geoff, starring Rob Brydon, " Gavin and Stacey " starring Ruth Jones, James Corden, Joanna Page, Mathew Horne and Rob Brydon, and Human Remains, starring Davis and Brydon.
Over the years, the club have produced players of the highest calibre more than once, including Graham Williams ( West Bromwich Albion ), Barry Horne ( Everton ), Andy Jones ( Charlton Athletic ), Andy Holden ( Oldham Athletic ) and most recently Lee Trundle ( Bristol City ) after seeing his career revitalised in his short spell with Rhyl in 2000 – 01.
* Directors: Gavin Jones ( WST ), Mark Williams ( WST ), Spencer Harris ( WST ), Barry Horne, Don Bircham & Alan Watkin
Other past presenters include Mike Parry, Jon Gaunt, Nicky Horne, Tony Lockwood, Tommy Boyd, Charlie Wolf, Richard Kaufman, Bill Young, Gethin Jones, Patrick Kinghorn, Mike Mendoza, Rhodri Williams, Howard Hughes, Jeremy Kyle, Dave Roberts, Chris Cooper, Jim Proudfoot, Rodney Marsh, Ian Wright, Rob McCaffrey, Russell Brand, Russ Williams, Steve Bower, Kelly Dalglish, and many others.
Highlights in Boston that she conducted and / or stage directed included La voyage de la lune, Otello ( with Tito Gobbi as Iago ), Command Performance ( world premiere ), Manon and Faust ( both with Beverly Sills and Norman Treigle ), Lulu ( U. S. East Coast premiere ), I puritani ( with Dame Joan Sutherland ), Intolleranza ( U. S. premiere ), Boris Godunov ( original version ), Hippolyte et Aricie ( U. S. stage premiere, with Plácido Domingo ), La bohème ( with Renata Tebaldi and Domingo ), Moses und Aron ( U. S. premiere ), The Rake's Progress, Bluebeard's Castle, Carmen ( with Marilyn Horne ), Macbeth ( original version ), The Good Soldier Schweik, The Fisherman and His Wife ( world premiere, with Muriel Costa-Greenspon ), La finta giardiniera, Norma ( with Sills ), Les Troyens, Don Carlos ( U. S. premiere of original French version ), Don Quichotte, War and Peace ( U. S. stage premiere, with Arlene Saunders ), Benvenuto Cellini ( U. S. premiere, with Jon Vickers ), I Capuleti e i Montecchi, Montezuma ( U. S. premiere ), Ruslan and Ludmila ( U. S. premiere ), Rigoletto ( with Sills, Richard Fredricks, and Susanne Marsee ), Stiffelio ( U. S. stage premiere ), La damnation de Faust, Tosca ( with Magda Olivero ), La vide breve, El retablo de maese Pedro, The Ice Break ( U. S. premiere ), Aïda ( with Shirley Verrett in the title role ), Die Soldaten ( U. S. premiere ), The Invisible City of Kitezh, Taverner ( U. S. premiere ), The Makropoulos Case ( with Anja Silja, William Cochran, and Chester Ludgin ), Médée ( in French and Greek ), Dead Souls ( U. S. premiere ), Der Rosenkavalier ( with Dame Gwyneth Jones ), and, finally, The Balcony ( world premiere, 1990 ).
That might not seem so odd, Brazilians say, when you consider that the fair-complexioned actresses Rashida Jones (' Boston Public ' and ' The Office ') and Lena Horne are identified as black in the United States.
Many prominent singers have served in the jury, including Carlo Bergonzi, Geraint Evans, Marilyn Horne, Gundula Janowitz, Sherrill Milnes, Christoph Prégardien, Dame Joan Sutherland, Dame Anne Evans, René Kollo, Galina Vishnevskaya and Dame Gwyneth Jones.
McCracken made a number of complete opera recordings, including " Le prophète " ( with Marilyn Horne and Renata Scotto, ( Col / CBS ), c1976 ), " Carmen " ( conducted by Leonard Bernstein, ( DG ), 1972 ), " Fidelio " ( with Birgit Nilsson, ( Decca / London ), 1964 ), " Otello " ( with Dame Gwyneth Jones, ( EMI / Angel ), 1968 ) and " Pagliacci ", on which side 4 of the original LP version was a recital of opera arias, ( Decca / London ), ( 1967 ), as well as Schoenberg's Gurre-Lieder ( with Jessye Norman, Tatiana Troyanos and David Arnold, ( Phi ), 1979 ), and a program of Irish and Scottish songs with piano ( EMI / Angel ), 1977.
The first settlers were Nanaimo coal miners and Hudson's Bay Company employees, John and William Biggs, Thomas Dignan, Edwin Gough, Adam Grant Horne, Thomas Jones, Alexander McFarlane, George Mitchell, Thomas Williams and Charles York all of whom had arrived on Vancouver Island before the 1858 gold rush.
Other influential early interpreters of the Great American Songbook include Fred Astaire, Mildred Bailey, Tony Bennett, June Christy, Rosemary Clooney, Nat " King " Cole, Perry Como, Barbara Cook, Chris Connor, Bing Crosby, Vic Damone, Bobby Darin, Sammy Davis, Jr., Doris Day, Blossom Dearie, Billy Eckstine, Alice Faye, Helen Forrest, The Four Freshmen, Judy Garland, Eydie Gorme, Johnny Hartman, Dick Haymes, Billie Holiday, Lena Horne, Joni James, Jack Jones, Al Jolson, Cleo Laine, Frankie Laine, Steve Lawrence, Peggy Lee, Julie London, Dean Martin, Tony Martin, Johnny Mathis, Carmen McRae, Mabel Mercer, Helen Merrill, Anita O ' Day, Patti Page, Dinah Shore, Bobby Short, Nina Simone, Frank Sinatra, Keely Smith, Kay Starr, Jo Stafford, Barbra Streisand ( particularly in her earlier work ), Maxine Sullivan, Mel Tormé, Sarah Vaughan, Dinah Washington, Ethel Waters, Margaret Whiting, Andy Williams, Joe Williams and Nancy Wilson.
Forbes was a follower of the fanciful school founded by John Hutchinson, and afterwards represented by Bishop Horne, Jones of Nayland, Parkhurst, and others, with which his translator seems to have been in sympathy.
Horne and separated
After she separated from her first husband, Horne toured with bandleader Charlie Barnet in 1940 – 41, but disliked the travel and left the band to work at the Café Society in New York.
Horne was married from 1960 to 1979 ( separated 1974 ) to the conductor Henry Lewis, with whom she maintained a home in the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles for many years, and with whom she had a daughter, Angela.
Horne and 1940
Robert Stevenson Horne, 1st Viscount Horne of Slamannan GBE, PC, KC ( 28 February 1871 – 3 September 1940 ) was a Scottish businessman, advocate and Unionist politician.
Horne and 1944
In 1944 he gave Horne and Murdoch a trial, and Much-Binding, with Horne as " an officer so dim that even the other officers noticed " and Murdoch as his harassed second-in-command, became a popular hit.
She performed as herself in several features, notably I Dood It ( MGM 1943 ), Broadway Rhythm ( MGM 1944 ), with Lena Horne and in the otherwise all-white cast The Heat's On ( Columbia 1943 ), Something to Shout About ( Columbia 1943 ), and Rhapsody in Blue ( Warner Bros 1945 ).
Though there had been a group of Social Credit MPs in parliament since 1935 under the leadership of John Horne Blackmore, the party did not have its first national convention until 1944 at which point the national party was officially founded.
In April 1944, the squadron moved to the advanced landing ground at Horne, 30 miles south of London and joined No 142 Fighter Wing.
He is a son of Sir Allan Horne ( who died 1944 ) and Auriol ( née Hay-Drummond ), niece of the 13th Earl of Kinnoull.
Horne served in the RAF in 1943 – 44 and later as an officer in the Coldstream Guards from 1944 – 1947.
Much-Binding-in-the-Marsh was the title of a comedy BBC radio and Radio Luxembourg show broadcast from 1944 to 1954, starring Kenneth Horne and Richard Murdoch as senior staff in a fictional RAF station battling red tape and wartime inconvenience.
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Mark Bortz holds the record for most Bear playoff appearances, with 13 between 1983 and 1994, and is followed by Kevin Butler, Dennis Gentry, Dan Hampton, Jay Hilgenberg, Steve McMichael, Ron Rivera, Mike Singletary, and Keith Van Horne, who have each played in 12 playoff games.
Harriet Van Horne alleged that " he got where he is not by having a personality, but by having no personality.
Notable performers there included among others: Pearl Bailey, Count Basie, Nat King Cole, John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Ella Fitzgerald, Coleman Hawkins, Billie Holiday, Lena Horne, Burl Ives, Leadbelly, Anita O ' Day, Charlie Parker, Les Paul and Mary Ford, Paul Robeson, Kay Starr, Art Tatum, Sarah Vaughan, Dinah Washington, Josh White, Teddy Wilson, Lester Young, and The Weavers, who also in Christmas 1949, played at the Village Vanguard.
* The last direct descendant of Pieter Stuyvesant to bear his surname was Augustus van Horne Stuyvesant, Jr., who died a bachelor in 1953 at the age of 83 in his mansion at 2 East 79th Street.
On special teams, receiver Tony Horne returned 30 kickoffs for 892 yards and 2 touchdowns, giving him an NFL leading 29. 7 yards per return average.
62, 000 were caused by food shortages and German reprisals, and 30, 000 by the Spanish Flu Prof. John Horne estimated that 6, 500 Belgian and French civilians were killed in German reprisals.
* An old woman known as Janet ( Jenny ) Horne of Loth, Sutherland, becomes the last alleged witch in the British Isles to be executed when she is burned at the stake in Dornoch, Scotland.
O ' Rourke was married to Amy Lumet, a daughter of movie director Sidney Lumet and a granddaughter of Lena Horne, from 1990 to 1993.
He was one of the main ensemble in 26 of the Carry On films and appeared in numerous British television shows and radio comedies with Tony Hancock and Kenneth Horne.
His roles in Round the Horne included Rambling Syd Rumpo, the eccentric folk singer ; Dr Chou En Ginsberg, MA ( failed ), Oriental criminal mastermind ; J. Peasemold Gruntfuttock, telephone heavy breather and dirty old man ; and Sandy of the camp couple Julian and Sandy ( Julian was played by Hugh Paddick ).