Eileen Wilson
Eileen Wilson
Eileen Wilson was one of the original stars of the television show Your Hit Parade, on NBC. She starred on the show from 1950 until 1952. Prior to joining the Hit Parade TV show, she had starred on the show's radio version. For part of the time she sang on the radio show, her co-star was Frank Sinatra. Before her Hit Parade years, Wilson sang with the Skitch Henderson and Les Brown orchestras. Her husband, Ray Kellogg, also sang with the Henderson and Brown orchestras.
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Guitar society reaching out through music - Folsom Telegraph
Google News - over 5 years
From frenetic fingering, to the sweet sounds of a wedding processional, Daniel Roest makes his guitars sing. Classical guitar is like life's blood to Roest (pronounced “roost”), who has been playing his
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World of 'Narnia' explored on local stage - El Dorado Hills Telegraph
Google News - over 5 years
In real-life stories, when good battles evil, the good aren't always so good, and the evil — well, sometimes they kind of have a point. But when CS Lewis conceived his epic series, “The Chronicles of Narnia,”
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Opera club hosting Worcester performers - Fall River Spirit
Google News - over 5 years
Performers for the event are: Jacque Eileen Wilson, mezzo-soprano; Brendan P. Buckley, tenor; Elaine Crane, soprano; Olga Rogach, pianist; and Richard Kimball, narrator. The South Coast Opera Club presents six to eight programs annually and is
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Upclose: A history of caring - Tenterfield Star
Google News - over 5 years
A MOTORBIKE ride wouldn't be at the top of everyone's to-do list, especially if you are 91 - but that is not the case with Eileen Wilson. Mrs Wilson, who will turn 92 next month, has had the dream of riding on the back of a motorbike ever since she was
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Beatnik Books a novel choice for Roseville bibliophiles - Roseville Press Tribune
Google News - over 5 years
Those who haven't frequented Old Town Roseville lately are missing out — there's a new literary haunt for books lovers to prowl. Beatnik Books opened in March — a “soft opening” according to owner,
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'Coppelia' offers compelling story told through ballet - Folsom Telegraph
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According to Pamela Hayes, performing a classical ballet is akin to falling in love for the first time, and that's the level of passion and dedication that the audience will see when Pamela Hayes Classical
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Jessica Manners, Shane Wilson
NYTimes - over 7 years
Jessica Elizabeth Manners and Shane Kyle Wilson were married Saturday at the Picnic House in Prospect Park, Brooklyn. Jane C. Manners, the bride's sister, who became a Universal Life Minister for the occasion, officiated. Ms. Manners, 24, is keeping her name. She is an editorial assistant focusing on literary fiction and nonfiction at Scribner, a
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Paid Notice: Deaths CURLEY, PETER JOSEPH
NYTimes - over 15 years
CURLEY-Peter Joseph. On July 24, 2001, of McLean, VA. Beloved husband of Dorothy; loving father of Eileen Wilson, Peter J. Curley, Jr., Anne D. Berube and Claire Curley and loving grandfather of Jack Wilson. Friends are invited to call at the Murphy Funeral Home of Arlington, 4510 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, VA from 7-9 P.M. on Wednesday, July 25
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WILLIAM POWELL, FILM STAR, DIES AT 91
NYTimes - almost 33 years
William Powell, the actor who personified the suave and sophisticated leading man in the 1930's and 40's, died yesterday at Desert Hospital in Palm Springs, Calif. He was 91 years old. Mr. Powell's wife of 44 years, the former actress Diana Lewis, was at his bedside. The actor's wry, winning cynicism brightened such classics as the comedy-murder
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ABOUT RECORDS: A CLASSIC COMMITMENT
NYTimes - over 34 years
The pop record business is not booming these days, but the classics, if not booming, at least seem promising enough for new labels to keep popping up and for entrepreneurs to gamble that the public will continue to support serious music on established labels as well. One person taking that gamble is Don Johnson, who was vice president and general
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