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    Ann-Margret Part One

    Ann-Margret Part One

    I’m now doing Ann-Margret Part One, and It’s been awhile, since I last since I seen her in the public eye, but I still listen to her albums and watch her films, and now I can see her everyday on my website, with more than one part.

    Ann-Margret Part One

    Ann-Margret Part One

    Ann-Margret Ann-Margret in 1997

    Born Ann-Margret Olsson April 28, 1941 (age 77)Valsjöbyn, Sweden Occupation Actress, vocalist, professional dancer

    Years energetic 1961– existing

    Spouse Roger Smith(m. 1967; passed away 2017) Website www. ann-margret. com Ann-MargretOlsson (birthed April 28, 1941), well-known just as Ann-Margret, is a Swedish-American starlet, vocalist, and also professional dancer. As a starlet, Ann-Margret is best understood for her functions in Bye Bye Birdie (1963 ), Viva Las Vegas (1964 ), The C...

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    Legendary Aaron Neville Part Two

    Legendary Aaron Neville Part Two

    Legendary AAron Neville Part Two

    Legendary AAron Neville Part Two

    It’s been awhile, but I’m always going to continue with all my favorites one way or another. In Legendary AAron Neville Part Two, will be the conclusion, of his biography, but I”l continue typing about him for I have so many albums of him, to do much more to do.

    Individual life

    Neville satisfied his initial partner, Joel in 1957. They were wed on January 10, 1959 when both were 18 years of ages. Joel was identified with lung cancer cells in late 2004 as well as passed away on January 5, 2007. She was 66.

    In 2008, throughout a People publication image shoot, Neville satisfied digital photographer Sarah A. Friedman, that had actually been worked with to take a picture of the Neville Brothers...

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    Musical Movies Of 1941

    Musical Movies Of 1941

    Births And Deaths Of 1941 In Musical History

    Musical Movies Of 1941

    I love a lot of films, and I wish I could type you all of them of each year, but most aren’t musicals and then I would miss the point of my website. Musical movies Of 1941. Their seems to be only two films that I like, and I’ll be watching tonight, back to back, like a double feature(if you remember these films, then I think you know what I’m typing about. For those who don’t, missed a chance to watch two films for the price of one). I got the popcorn, and hotdogs ready with my rooter float, I hope your doing the same.

    Musical Movies

    Apavadu
    Infants on Broadway
    Birth of cry
    Blues in the Night
    The Chocolate Soldier
    Dumbo
    Háry János, starring Antal Páger as well as Margit Dajka
    He Found a Star starring Vic Oliver, Sarah Churchill and also Ev...

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    Happy Birthday Chubby Checker

    Happy Birthday Chubby Checker

    Happy Birthday Chubby Checker

    Happy Birthday Chubby Checker

    Happy Birthday Chubby Checker, October 3,1941-Still Alive. I wish you could make a new album, because I’m waiting for you to do so.

    It’s wonderful to celebrate someone’s birthday on their birthday without missing it. I wish I could do more than just text Happy Birthday, but I don’t know Chubby Checker that well, and I’m sure that he has plans of his own.

    I have to text honestly that in today music, Chubby Checker would be a One Hit Wonder, but that song, Twist was phenomenal. The Song Twist, was on the charts for a long time, and still on the radio today. The Twist was a dance, as well and also is still being done today...

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    Happy Birthday Otis Redding

    Happy Birthday Otis Redding

    67. Otis Redding September 9,1941-December 10,1967 soul singer

    Otis Redding was the 67th performer I blogged about, and even through you may not see it yet, I’ve done 112 performers now and I think that’s fantastic.

    Anyone that I type about, I’ll also celebrate their birthdays, for me entertainers are more important than politicians and we celebrate them all the time, theirs a few I have no respect for, like the last democrat president we had. I’m not typing his name, because I don’t swear. I’m not typing that I’m not a democrat, but if we ever get someone like him again, I’ll never vote democrat again.

    I can type anything on my website, because I don’t know if anyone is reading or visiting since I was told to get rid of my iTunes (not by iTunes but they been go...

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    Legendary Peter Tork Part Three

    Legendary Peter Tork Part Three

    Cancer cells

    On March 3, 2009, Tork reported on his internet site that he had actually been identified with adenoid cystic cancer, an unusual, slow-growing kind of head as well as neck cancer cells. An initial biopsy found that the cancer cells had actually not spread out past the first website. “It’s a trouble/ excellent information circumstance,” clarified Tork. “It’s so unusual a mix (on the tongue) that there isn’t a great deal of experience amongst the clinical neighborhood regarding this certain mix. On the various other hand, the sort of cancer cells it is, don’t bother the place, is rather popular, and also the diagnosis, I’m informed, is excellent.” Tork undertook radiation therapy to stop the cancer cells from returning...

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    Happy Birthday Paul Anka

    Happy Birthday Paul Anka

    It was today on July 301941, that Paul Anka was born, and for that reason, I’m going to get out my vinyl LP’s and my vinyl 45’splay them all day with the windows open and my two Beat Pill full blast and welcome the neighbors in and have a party. Like last year, the party lasted all night, for that’s how many my vinyl Lp’s my vinyl 45’s, my CD’s, and now my iTunes will hold up for.

    I maybe alone on my website, but tonight I’ll be in a crowd, with people that may not know who he is, and what the party is for, but if they complain about Paul Anka’s music, then out they go.

    I’m not saying that I’m a huge fan of Paul Anka, and I know that he doesn’t know me, but I love good music, and  I want to celebrate, those that in one way or another, has something to do with my li...

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    Legendary Peter Tork Part One

    Legendary Peter Tork Part One

    Peter Tork (birthed Peter Halsten Thorkelson, February 13, 1942) is an American artist and also star, best referred to as the keyboardist as well as bass guitar player of the Monkees.Peter Tork Tork executing at Family Gras in Metairie, Louisiana in January 2016. History info Birth name Peter Halsten Thorkelson Birthed February 13
    , 1942 (age 75) Washington
    , D.C., U.S.Genres * Folk Blues Rock pop rock psychedelic rock speculative rock rock-and-roll pop Line of work * Singer-songwriter musician artist multi-instrumentalist protestor Instruments * Bass guitar vocals key-boards Years energetic 1964– existing Tags * Colgems RCA Bell Arista Rhino Sire Associated acts * The Monkees
    Shoe Suede Blues George Harrison James Lee Stanley Release Cottonmouth The Peter ...

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    Legendary Paul Simon Part Six

    Legendary Paul Simon Part Six

    Philanthropy

    Simon is a supporter of songs education and learning for kids. In 1970, after tape-recording his “Bridge Over Troubled Water”, at the invite of the NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, Simon held tryouts for a young songwriter’s workshop. Marketed in the Village Voice, the tryouts brought numerous hopefuls to carry out for Simon. Amongst the 6 teen songwriters Simon picked for tutoring were Melissa Manchester, Tommy Mandel as well as rock/beat poet Joe Linus, with Maggie as well as Terre Roche (the Roche Sisters), that later on sang back-up for Simon, signing up with the workshop underway with an unscripted appearance.Simon welcomed the 6 teenagers to experience recording at Columbia workshops with designer Roy Halee...

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    The Talented Pete Best Part Five

    The Talented Pete Best Part Five

    This is The Talented Pete Best Part Five, which you won’t see anywhere. I enjoy The Beatles, and I enjoy Pete Best. I would never of heard of him had it wasn’t for The Beatles, but I do pl ay his two albums from iTunes and I have some old vinyl albums (that’s out of print), of The Beatles with Pete Best as drummer and he’s better than what everyone who is a Beatle fan. He’s not as good as Ringo Starr, but  Ringo Starr isn’t as good as Pete Best neither. Each one is different so it’s hard to tell what really would have happen, if Pete Best had continued as The Beatles in the 1960’s, instead of Ringo Starr. I wouldn’t change it, because of history, might not be the same, and Ringo Starr wrote some songs and Lennon&McCartney wrote some for him...

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