David White
American singer-songwriter
David White
David White toured the country with his parents prior to attending school in their acrobatic/hand-balancing act called Barry and Brenda and Company. In 1955, he formed a vocal group that he named The Juvenaires of which he was a member singing first tenor. The other original members were: Danny Rapp, Joe "Terry" Terranova (Baritone) and Frank Maffei (second tenor).
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Dr. David White, M.D.: Do You Have Obstructive Sleep Apnea?
The Huffington Post - almost 5 years
Feeling groggy? Does your bed partner observe you gasping for air at night? If so, you might have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).
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Comment on Morning Bell: Press Conference Leaves Many Questions Unanswered by David White
The Foundry - almost 5 years
Obama could start tax and spending reform by getting rid of Air Force One and using modern internet or digital phone communication. Fox News can hold live interviews with five people at once so one President on a big screen would save the $500,000 an hour price tag it takes to support an AF1 junket. With all the trips he takes at our expense we would have saved several billion by now. I've talked to a dozen people who had cost saving ideas like this one that would easily start reducing our debt but we the sheep don't seem to mind being fleeced.
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Dr. David White, M.D.: One New Year's Resolution Worth Keeping: Get More Sleep
The Huffington Post - about 5 years
It's no secret that today's nonstop lifestyle is detrimental to our sleep. Whether due to work, television, stress or any number of other reasons, more Americans are staying up late and getting up early.
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Dr. David White, M.D.: Circadian Rhythms: Are Yours In Sync?
The Huffington Post - about 5 years
Ingrained in all of us is a natural instinct for continuity in our sleeping and waking schedule each day -- our circadian rhythms. While we can choose to ignore this need for continuity by working at night or sleeping late into the day, it carries consequences.
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David White appointed chief executive of New Zealand Cricket
Yahoo News - about 5 years
Auckland, Dec 6 (IANS) New Zealand Cricket (NZC) Tuesday confirmed the appointment of former Test batsman-turned-rugby union administrator <a class="fplink fp-397760" href="/david+white+musician">David White</a> as its new chief executive.
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Still Unearthing Surprises In de Kooning's Brush Strokes
NYTimes - over 5 years
The first thing visitors will see at the entrance to the Museum of Modern Art's sprawling Willem de Kooning retrospective, which opens on Sunday, is a wall of photographs that chronicle six stages in the creation of the legendary painting ''Woman I'' (1950-52). John Elderfield, MoMA's chief curator emeritus of painting and sculpture, said he chose
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Jamaica coast guards held over stolen drug boat - Stabroek News
Google News - over 5 years
In 2004, that argument was advanced by the then chairman of the Police Federation, Sergeant David White. “Those boats, and we use some of them right now, are unsafe. They are a fire hazard, and this makes them dangerous to the lives of the policemen
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City asks county for help funding white water park - Montrose Daily Press
Google News - over 5 years
“We have a lot of requests this year, but we can put it in with the other requests in preparing for our budget season,” Commissioner David White said. Edward Carlson powers through the diversion dam on the Uncompahgre River in Baldridge Park while
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Council legal chief was ‘unable to cope’ - Bury Free Press
Google News - over 5 years
David White, 51, was found hanged in woodland in Butley, near Woodbridge, on April 4, after leaving an answering machine message for his wife saying where he could be found. At the inquest, at IP-City Centre, in Ipswich on Wednesday, a note written by
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Bulldogs football: Offensive breakdown - Fresno Bee
Google News - over 5 years
Who to watch: Derek Carr. No quarterback has ever come on campus with such heightened expectations. If anyone has the arm, athleticism and offensive smarts to live up to his family name, David Carr&#39;s little brother
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Council officer took his own life - BBC News
Google News - over 5 years
David White, who had worked for the authority for more than 20 years, was found dead in Butley Woods, near Woodbridge, Suffolk, on 4 April. The hearing was told Mr White was under intense pressure as cuts were made. Mr White&#39;s manager, chief executive ...&nbsp;-
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Milford residents, selectmen fed up with Water Co. - Milford Daily News
Google News - over 5 years
Vice President David White admitted that the company has many issues, including financing and building a new treatment plant, but he said it must improve its communication and strive harder to deliver the highest quality water to consumers
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David White Images from the Oshkosh Airshow 2011 - Sync (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
You will receive a daily email from Sync with the latest stories and you can unsubscribe anytime. We don&#39;t sell email lists. By David WhiteNo Comments EAA AirVenture Oshkosh is the largest gathering of aviation enthusiasts in the world, held each year
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of David White
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2013
    Age 73
    Also in 2013, he and John Madara were inducted into The Walk of Fame by The Philadelphia Music Alliance.
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    In 2013, he and his group, Danny and the Juniors were inducted into The Broadcast Pioneers Hall of Fame in Philadelphia.
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  • FIFTIES
  • 1998
    Age 58
    In 1998, he married Sandra Simone.
    More Details Hide Details He and Simone are actively engaged in writing, producing and discovering new talent.
  • 1992
    Age 52
    In 1992, he and his group, Danny & the Juniors were inducted into The Hall of Fame and Walk of Fame in his hometown by The Philadelphia Music Alliance.
    More Details Hide Details In 2003, Danny & the Juniors were inducted into The Vocal Group Hall of Fame in Sharon, Pennsylvania.
  • 1991
    Age 51
    In 1991, his piano was donated to The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1971
    Age 31
    In 1971, White recorded a solo album produced by Brooks Arthur for Bell Records titled Pastel, Paint, Pencil and Ink under the name of David White Tricker (Tricker being his family name).
    More Details Hide Details He has lectured at a community college and studied film scoring and orchestration at UCLA Extension.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1960
    Age 20
    In 1960, he teamed up with John Madara, forming Madara and White Productions.
    More Details Hide Details One of their first efforts was producing the musical track and writing "The Fly" (#7 in Billboard) for Chubby Checker. In an independent production deal with Mercury Records, David and John composed "You Don't Own Me" for Lesley Gore (#2 in Billboard). This song has become an anthem for women's rights and is featured in several motion pictures including Dirty Dancing, Hairspray and The First Wives Club. David has arranged and performed background vocals for Debby Boone and Bernadette Peters, appearing with Bernadette on The Tonight Show and The Tim Conway Show. Moving on to Decca Records, David and John produced "1-2-3” (#2 in Billboard), co-writing it with Len Barry. This song is also featured in several motion pictures including Mr. Holland's Opus. Some other hits that Madara and White co-wrote and co-produced include "Birthday Party" (#40 in Billboard), "442 Glenwood Avenue" (#56 in Billboard) and "Cold Cold Winter" (#79 in Billboard), all for The Pixies Three; "Pop-Pop-Pop-Pie" (#35 in Billboard) for The Sherrys and "The Boy Next Door" (#18 in Billboard) for The Secrets.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1959
    Age 19
    In 1959, at the age of nineteen, White married sixteen-year-old, Joanne "Dee" Rody.
    More Details Hide Details The marriage lasted twelve years and produced three children: Wendy, Linda and Jody.
  • 1958
    Age 18
    David appeared with Danny and the Juniors in the 1958 film Let's Rock and while touring with them he appeared at The New York Paramount with Alan Freed and The Apollo in Harlem with "Jocko" Henderson.
    More Details Hide Details Some other appearances with the group include Patti Page's The Big Record, Merv Griffin's Saturday Night Prom and The Pat Boone Chevy Show. White left the group in the early 1960s, but continued to appear and record with them occasionally til the early 1970s.
  • 1955
    Age 15
    In 1955, White formed a vocal group that he named The Juvenaires, of which he was a member singing first tenor.
    More Details Hide Details The other original members were Danny Rapp (lead singer), Joe "Terry" Terranova (baritone) and Frank Maffei (second tenor). In 1957, David and John Madara wrote "Do the Bop" for the group. John, who had a chart record at the time called "Be My Girl" on Prep Records under the name of Johnny Madara, took The Juvenaires to his vocal coach/record producer, Artie Singer for an audition. Artie liked what he heard and scheduled a recording session at Reco-Art Studios in Philly to record "Do the Bop" and a ballad that David White had written called, "Sometimes (When I'm All Alone)." At the recording session, The Juvenaires were told that they would be singing back-up for John, who needed a follow-up record. They complied but as it turned out, John's record company turned it down. Artie Singer took it to Dick Clark, who suggested that they call it "At the Hop" since the dance called the Bop was on the way out and the hops were what was happening. Artie took his advice and changed some of the lyrics to fit the new idea, becoming a co-writer on the song with David and John. A new recording session was scheduled at Reco-Art Studios with recording engineer/owner, Emile Corson. The trio of musicians consisted of Walt Gates on grand piano, Artie Singer on upright bass and Jack O'Brian on drums. This time, The Juvenaires recorded the two songs while John Madara was in the control room overseeing the session.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1939
    Born
    Born in 1939.
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