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Joe Williams toured with the band and was featured on the 1957 album One O ' Clock Jump, and 1956's Count Basie Swings, Joe Williams Sings, with " Every Day ( I Have the Blues )" becoming a huge hit.
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Twelve graduates of Dalhousie have also served as provincial premiers across Canada, including Allan Blakeney, John Buchanan, Alex Campbell, Amor De Cosmos, Darrell Dexter, Joe Ghiz, John Hamm, Angus Lewis Macdonald, Russell MacLellan, Gerald Regan, Robert Stanfield, Clyde Wells, and Danny Williams.
Hank Williams III's bass players ( Joe Buck and Zach Shedd, most notably ) have used upright basses for recording as well as during the country and Hellbilly sets of Hank III's live performances before switching to electric bass for the Assjack set.
Influential drummers of the jazz tradition included Gene Krupa, " Papa " Jo Jones, Art Blakey, Max Roach, Elvin Jones, Philly Joe Jones, Roy Haynes, Buddy Rich, Louis Bellson, Tony Williams, Jack DeJohnette, Joe Morello and many more.
Another version of the story was that the group had gotten inspiration for writing the song after hearing The Orioles ' rock ' n ' roll version of Big Joe Williams ' hit, " Baby Please Don't Go ", taking its melody from the song.
Joe Orton was played by the actor Kenny Doughty in the 2006 BBC film Kenneth Williams: Fantabulosa !, starring Michael Sheen as Kenneth Williams.
Younger dancers fresh out of high school ( Al Minns, Joe Daniels, Russell Williams, and Pepsi Bethel ) worked out the Back Flip, Over the head, and ' the Snatch ' '.
Sabean was proven right, as the players he acquired in the Williams trade — Jeff Kent, Jose Vizcaino, Julian Tavarez, and Joe Roa ( plus the $ 1 million in cash that enabled them to sign Darryl Hamilton )— and a subsequent trade for J. T.
Willie Brown, mandolin player Fiddlin ' Joe Martin, and harmonica player Leroy Williams played with House on these recordings.
When that league folded a few years later, Williams found himself out of a job until Redskins coach Joe Gibbs asked him to join the team to be the backup for quarterback Jay Schroeder.
Joe Pyne, John Nebel, Jean Shepherd, and Jerry Williams ( WMEX-Boston ) were among the first to explore the medium in the 1950s.
In the winter, the Red Sox traded right fielder Ben Chapman to the Cleveland Indians to make room for Williams on the roster, with Williams inheriting Chapman's number 9 on his uniform opposed to Williams ' number 5 in the previous spring training, even though Chapman had hit. 340 in the previous season, which led Boston Globe sports journalist Gerry Moore to quip, " Not since Joe DiMaggio broke in with the Yankees by " five for five " in St. Petersberg in 1936 has any baseball rookie received the nationwide publicity that has been accorded this spring to Theodore Francis Williams ".
In the 1941 All-Star Game, Williams batted fourth behind Joe DiMaggio, who at that time had broken the consecutive hitting streak record and already had a 48-consecutive-game hitting streak by the All-Star break.
Williams led the league with 135 runs scored and 37 home runs, and he finished third with 335 total bases, the most home runs, runs scored, and total bases by a Red Sox player since Jimmie Foxx's in 1938 .< ref ><< http :// www. baseball-reference. com / teams / BOS / leaders_bat_50. shtml >></ ref > Williams placed second in MVP voting, with Joe DiMaggio winning with 291 votes to 254 votes on the strength of his record-breaking 56-game hitting streak and large number of RBIs.
Despite winning the Triple Crown, Williams came in second in the MVP voting to Joe Gordon of the Yankees.
Williams also won the Triple Crown in 1947, but lost the MVP award to Joe DiMaggio, with 201 votes compared to DiMaggio's 202 votes.
In, under their new manager Joe McCarthy, Williams hit a league-leading. 369 with 25 home runs and 127 RBIs, and was third in MVP voting.
Williams was out for six weeks, and in April he wrote an article with Joe Reichler of the Saturday Evening Post saying that he intended to retire at the end of the season.
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In 1990 Emerson toured with The Best, a short-lived supergroup which also included John Entwistle, Joe Walsh, Jeff " Skunk " Baxter and Simon Phillips.
In 2004, their line up included Buddy Whittington, Joe Yuele, Hank Van Sickle and Tom Canning, and the band toured the UK with Mick Taylor as a guest musician.
In June 1964 Burke toured with James Brown, Otis Redding, Joe Tex, and Garnett Mimms on the Summer Shower of Stars Tour, and performed on June 20 at the Donnelly Theater in Boston, Massachusetts.
Uriah Heep toured the USA supporting Rush, Judas Priest and Def Leppard, whose vocalist Joe Elliot remembered: " They were the best band that we've ever toured with either as a headline or support, because there was no ego, no pretentious kind of stuff.
Bolger toured in USO shows with Joe E. Lewis in the Pacific Theater during World War II, and was featured in the United Artists war-time film Stage Door Canteen.
After contributing to Joe Louis Walker ' Great Guitars, he toured with the blues musician and was paid $ 5, 000 a night for six songs.
Rogan has toured as a stand-up comedian and recorded several albums and specials, including Shiny Happy Jihad and Joe Rogan: Talking Monkeys in Space.
He has toured with other guitarists playing both solo and ensemble pieces ; notably he toured as part of the " Guitar Summit " with jazz guitarist Joe Pass, flamenco guitarist Paco Peña, and classical guitarist Pepe Romero.
Also in August, she toured the U. S. ( three dates in Southern California ) with Joe Purdy, Chris Seefried and Jay Nash.
In April-May 1964, at the height of a surge of popular interest in the blues, she toured Europe as part of the Blues and Gospel Caravan, alongside Muddy Waters and Otis Spann, Ranson Knowling and Little Willie Smith, Reverend Gary Davis, Cousin Joe and Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee.
He has toured and performed with numerous musicians, including Joe Sample, Chick Corea, Kathleen Battle, Miles Davis, David Sanborn, Rick Braun, and George Benson.
They toured Australia in 2001 ( including performances at Homebake ) and 2002 with Eskimo Joe, The Living End, Motor Ace and Ash, and played in East Timor and Romania in 2002.
In the 1990s, White toured Germany and France with Joe Cocker and Eric Clapton, and in 1992 he played the Montreux Festival.
His band toured with The Joe Perry Project, The Cars, and Alice Cooper, and performed on Don Kirshner's syndicated Rock Concert television programme.
Mescaleros Pablo Cook & Smiley together with Mike Peters ( The Alarm ), Derek Forbes ( Simple Minds ), Steve Harris ( Gary Numan ) are in Los Mondo Bongo ( a celebration of the music of Joe Strummer ) who together with Ray Gange ( DJ ) tour whenever possible performing those great Mescaleros tunes and have toured the UK and Canada.
He toured with Charlie Murphy and Joe Rogan in Maxim and Bud Light's Real Men of Comedy tour in the fall of 2006.
As a young man Krakowski took to the road, working with the Conklin and Garrett Shows carnival and later toured for some time with blues-singer Big Joe Williams.
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so Cyrus Adler became interested in her friend Racie Friedenwald, and Joe Jastrow -- the only young man who when he wrote had the temerity to address her as Henrietta, and signed himself Joe -- fell in love with pretty sister Rachel.
And just as `` Laurie '' Lawrence was first attracted to bright Jo March, who found him immature by her high standards, and then had to content himself with her younger sister Amy, so Joe Jastrow, who had also been writing Henrietta before he came to Johns Hopkins, had to content himself with her younger sister, pretty Rachel.
Harold, with brothers Frank, Joe and William, took over at the death of their father, Harry M. Stevens, who put a few dollars into a baseball program, introduced the `` hot dog '' and paved the way for creation of a catering empire.
In her sophomore year she had started going steady with Bobby Joe, who was a football player, Future Homemakers sweetheart, and president of Future Farmers.
Old Mr. Pocket's frantic response to life imprisonment with a useless, social-climbing wife is to `` put his two hands into his disturbed hair '' and `` make an extraordinary effort to lift himself up by it '', whereas Joe Gargery endures the shrewish onslaughts of Mrs. Joe by apologetically drawing `` the back of his hand across and across his nose ''.
Orlick slouches about the forge `` like Cain '' with `` his hands in his pockets '', and when he shouts abuse at Mrs. Joe for objecting to his holiday, she claps her hands in a tantrum, beats them `` upon her bosom and upon her knees '', and clenches them in her husband's hair.
Ed Delahanty and Chuck Klein of the Phillies, the Braves' Joe Adcock, Lou Gehrig of the Yankees, Pat Seerey of the White Sox and Rocky Colavito, then with Cleveland, made their history on the road.
* 1953 – Nuclear weapons testing: the Soviet atomic bomb project continues with the detonation of Joe 4, the first Soviet thermonuclear weapon.
King's In London album, and cut his own, similar " supersession " album ; Get Off My Cloud, with Keith Richards, Peter Frampton, Nicky Hopkins and members of Joe Cocker's Grease Band.
Capp peopled his comic strip with an assortment of memorable characters, including Marryin ' Sam, Hairless Joe, Lonesome Polecat, Evil-Eye Fleegle, General Bullmoose, Lena the Hyena, Senator Jack S. Phogbound ( Capp's caricature of the anti-New Deal Dixiecrats ), the ( shudder!
As is usual with collaborative efforts in comic strips, his name was the only one credited — although, sensitive to his own experience working on Joe Palooka, Capp frequently drew attention to his assistants in interviews and publicity pieces.
Initially, it was relatively unsuccessful, staying at the charts for only one week, but Haley soon scored a major worldwide hit with a cover version of Big Joe Turner's " Shake, Rattle and Roll ", which went on to sell a million copies and became the first ever rock ' n ' roll song to enter British singles charts in December 1954 and became a Gold Record.
Costas has teamed with Isiah Thomas and Doug Collins for NBA telecasts ( from 1997 – 2000 ) and Sal Bando ( 1982 ), Tony Kubek ( from 1983 – 1989 ), Joe Morgan and Bob Uecker ( from 1994 – 2000 ) for baseball telecasts.
In a 1995 interview with Kurt Loder, Love divulged that in the late 1980s, guitarist Joe Strummer of The Clash told her that she was " the worst guitar player he'd ever heard ", but she insisted she had improved by the early 1990s: " I'm fine ...
The White Sox were a strong team during their first two decades, winning the 1906 World Series with a defense-oriented team dubbed " the Hitless Wonders ", and the 1917 World Series led by Eddie Cicotte, Eddie Collins, and Shoeless Joe Jackson.
According to Fundamentals of Physics ( 4 ed., Wiley, 1993 ), by David Halliday, Robert Resnick and Jearl Walker, on page 30, Chapter Two, " Motion along a Straight Line ", Joe Sprinz, at the time in question, a member of the San Francisco Ball Club, and formerly of the Indians, attempted to beat the World Record for catching a baseball dropped from a great height, set by members of the 1938 Cleveland Indians, who had done so at 700 feet, with balls dropped from a building.
The Indians sent their top two pitchers in the minors, Alex White and Drew Pomeranz along with Joe Gardner and Matt McBride.
Notable former Indians broadcasters include Tom Manning, Jack Graney ( the first ex-baseball player to become a play-by-play announcer ), Jack Corrigan ( now with the Colorado Rockies ), Jimmy Dudley who received the Ford Frick Award in 1997, Ken Coleman, Joe Castiglione, Van Patrick, Joe Tait, Bruce Drennan, Jim " Mudcat " Grant, Harry Jones, Rocky Colavito and Herb Score, who called Indians ' baseball for 34 seasons.