Ray Anthony
American musician and actor
Ray Anthony
Ray Anthony is an American bandleader, trumpeter, songwriter and actor.
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Ray Anthony Nolen, 35
LATimes - 4 months
Ray Anthony Nolen, a 35-year-old Latino male, died Friday, Nov. 4, in Santa Fe Springs, according to Los Angeles County coroner's records. The cause of death is pending.
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Discussing All Things Awesome With Jazz is Phish
Huffington Post - about 1 year
Adam Chase is the founder of Jazz Is Phish as well as an accomplished drummer, percussionist, song writer, teacher and multi-instrumentalist. What I love most about Adam and what he has created in his life is the fact that he took what he loves and is passionate about, invited people he loves and respects to collaborate with him and created something magical from that intention. He is an incredibly inspiring human that we all could learn something from so I obviously had to interview him. Taraleigh: How did the concept for Jazz is Phish come to be? Adam: In my years of touring, I constantly came across incredible musicians that were closet Phish fans, but for some reason didn't want to admit it. It kind of reminded me of when children rebel against their parents in their attempts to form their own identities. They don't want to be associated with the thing that shaped them and influenced them for such a big chunk of their lives. It became apparent to me that if I could cr ...
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My Journey Down NFL Super Bowl Boulevard XLVIII - Part 1 of 6
CNN - about 3 years
You can see my entire set of photos from NFL Super Bowl 48 (XLVIII) Boulevard on my photo blog gallery Here. I had the opportunity to visit New York City’s Times Square for the NFL’s Super Bowl 48 (XLVIII) Boulevard, an amazing event for fans of professional football, sports fans in general, and anyone just looking to have a great time. There are events for both adults and children, most of which are completely free. NFL players have been signing autographs since the event began on Wednesday, January 29th, and will continue to sign through today. I’m on line for Cleveland Browns football great Jim Brown, who went on star in two of my favorite cult classic movies for the 1970s - Take A Hard Ride and Three the Hard Way - both of which he co-starred with martial artists, actors and fellow athletes Jim Kelly and Fred Williamson. When I visited Times Square for the NFL’s Super Bowl 48 (XLVIII) Boulevard on Thursday, I saw Steve Young from the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers & San Francis ...
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Remembering Anthony
Chicago Times - over 3 years
Fallen firefighter Anthony Rose, 23, one of the 19 firefighters who died fighting a wildfire in Arizona, came home to his Beach Park family at the Waukegan Regional Airport. The toll of that fire was devastating. It was moving to see firefighters and personnel who come from other cities and states to recognize their fallen.  I should have posted this earlier, but there was something about this tragedy that was hard to process into an instant blog post. Perhaps it was the number of people all at once, the way that it happened, or that he and his fiance were expecting a child. So much of our world is supported by firefighters, police and first responders who risk their lives. News organizations tell their stories, then there is always another sensational event that takes over the national conversation and they are forgotten. After this event a few weeks ago, I've been thinking periodically about him, as a parent and observer of the news.  According to our story, "'Anthony was a high ...
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Big-band leader Ray Anthony lists Hollywood Hills home
LATimes - over 4 years
Custom-built for Ray Anthony in 1975, the 3,881-square-foot house includes a gym, two fireplaces, two bedrooms and three bathrooms. The trumpeter has performed with Frank Sinatra, Glenn Miller and Jimmy Dorsey, among others. Big-band leader and trumpeter Ray Anthony has put his home in the Hollywood Hills West area on the market at $5.2 million.
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Homeless military vet charged with 4 felonies and 2 misdemeanors in Kansas TV station attack
Fox News - almost 5 years
A homeless military veteran has been charged with breaking into a Kansas television station and attacking several employees. Shawnee County records show four felonies and two misdemeanors were filed late Thursday against 48-year-old Ray Anthony Miles. He remained jailed Friday on $100,000 bond in Wednesday's melee at WIBW-TV in Topeka. The station said the man became upset after learning that it would not do a story about his problems with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Miles allegedly attacked people, including with a knife, after throwing a lamp through the station's glass front doors. None of the injuries was serious. The public defender's office didn't immediately return a phone message from The Associated Press seeking comment Friday.
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Four Men Charged for Conspiracy to Rob Florissant Bank
Florissant Patch - almost 5 years
A federal grand jury indicted four men Thursday morning for the conspiracy to rob a bank in Florissant last year. Anthony McCallister, Otis McCallister, Ray Anthony Bassett and Willie James Bassett Jr. all face charges in relation to a conspiracy to rob a Pulaski Bank November 4, 2011. Anthony McCallister and Otis McCallister have each been indicted on a felony count of solicitation to commit a crime. Otis McCallister is currently serving a 37-year federal prison sentence for armed robberies of banks and credit unions in St. Louis. Ray Anthony Bassett has been indicted for conspiracy to commit a bank robbery, attempted bank robbery, possession of a firearm and being previously convicted felon with a firearm. Willie James Bassett Jr. has been indicted on one felony count of conspiracy to commit bank robbery and attempted bank robbery. If convicted, charges carry penalties ranging from five years to life in prison and fines up to $250,000.
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Be responsible when following your passions
The BG News - almost 5 years
Ray Anthony’s rendition of “Pete Kelly’s Blues” oozed from the jukebox. I returned from the bar with a pitcher of beer and a large bowl of popcorn.
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Valley Calendar - Canada.com
Google News - over 5 years
Info: Ray Anthony ray. cis@telus.net . Valley Seniors Organization dances Sept. 2 with Happy Hans, Sept. 16 with Dan Hughes and the Esquires. Time: 811 pm, 198 Government St., Duncan. Cost $7 includes light lunch. Info: 250-746-4433
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MCCC and Clinic partner to improve EMS Academy - Plain Dealer (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
By Tara Quinn, Sun News TARA QUINN/SUN NEWSPublic Safety Instructor Ray Anthony attended the press conference announcing a partnership with the Cleve´ land Clinic’s Medina County General Hospital with Mark Crumley, fire marshal with the City of
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Dead baby's mother held: Father released on $100K unsecured bail - Pacific Daily News
Google News - over 5 years
Rojas and Ray Anthony Hocog face charges of first-degree felony manslaughter and third-degree felony child abuse, related to the death of their 14-month-old daughter, Deelia Rojas. / Rick Cruz/Pacific Daily News/rmcruz@guampdn.com Ray Anthony Hocog,
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BAILEY v. SCHNEIDER - Leagle.com
Google News - over 5 years
Appellant Ray Anthony Bailey, pro se, challenges the trial court's dismissal of his suit against his former attorney, appellee Stanley G. Schneider. Bailey argues by four issues that the trial court erred in granting Schneider's motion to dismiss
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Cast Set for Hartford Stage's "Water By the Spoonful" - Hartford Courant (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Ray Anthony Thomas, pictured left,(Hartford Stage's "Fences," "Digging Eleven," "Gem of the Ocean" and "Spunk") and Zabryna Guevara, (Hartford Stage's "The Cook"), pictured below in
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David Finch Comes to Long Beach Comic Con - Comic Book Resources
Google News - over 5 years
BATT, Sean Becker, Joe Benitez, Blond, Tim Bradstreet, Amanda Conner, Darwyn Cooke, Felicia Day, Hart D. Fisher, Richard Friend, Joel Gomez, Brian Haberlin, Ray Anthony-Height, Rebecca Hicks, Tom Hodges, Drew Johnson, Barbara Kesel, JJ Kirby, JT Krul,
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Couple pleads not guilty for toddler's death - KUAM.com
Google News - over 5 years
Mary Rojas and Ray Anthony Hocog are charged with manslaughter, negligent homicide and child abuse for the death of their daughter. The couple is accused of starving her to death as she weighed less when she died than when she was born last year
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Comics You Should Own – Noble Causes - Comic Book Resources
Google News - over 5 years
... Shane Davis (penciller, Distant Relatives #2: “Normal”), Ray-Anthony Height (penciller, Distant Relatives #3: “Unexpected Arrival”; issue #25), Ethen Beavers (artist, Distant Relatives #4: “Gretchen's Story”), Fran Bueno (artist, issues #1-18, 25),
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Ray Anthony
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  • 1961
    Ray Anthony and his Bookends were active between the 1960s and 1980s, being the most notable single were "Christmas Kisses/Let Me Walk With You", which was released in 1961 under the Capitol Records label.
    More Details Hide Details Anthony was considered one of the most modern of the big band leaders. In the lyrics to "Opus One", which imagine a number of players performing the song, he is cited along with Les Brown and his Band of Renown: Anthony and his band were also featured in the movie, The Girl Can't Help It, and were treated as one of the rockers in the line-up, but also shown in performances with Mansfield that are essential to the plot. Ray Anthony's compositions include "Thunderbird", "Bunny Hop", "Trumpet Boogie", "Big Band Boogie", and "Mr. Anthony's Boogie". In the early 1980s, Anthony formed Big Band '80s, other members including Buddy Rich, Harry James, Les Brown, and Alvino Rey. Anthony, who has been honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, continues to be active as a bandleader and musician.
  • 1958
    After van Doren filed for divorce in 1958, citing cruelty, they finally divorced in 1960, and Anthony's brief film career ended at about the same time.
    More Details Hide Details However, he continued his musical career and had another hit record with the theme from Peter Gunn, which reached #8 on Billboard's pop chart. Among his pianists was Allen "Puddler" Harris, a native of Franklin Parish, Louisiana, who had been a member of the original Ricky Nelson band and Kellie Green, who also played the vibraphone.
  • 1957
    In 1957, Anthony and his orchestra recorded the soundtrack to the film This Could Be The Night, with vocals performed by Julie Wilson.
    More Details Hide Details Anthony also had a role in the film, playing himself.
  • 1956
    He starred in a short-lived television 1956-1957 variety show, The Ray Anthony Show.
    More Details Hide Details Anthony also appeared in several films during the late 1950s, including The Five Pennies (where he portrayed Jimmy Dorsey), and Van Doren's movies High School Confidential as "Bix" and Girls Town. In the 1959-1960 television season, he guest starred in the episode "Operation Ramrod" of David Hedison's espionage series Five Fingers on NBC.
  • 1955
    In 1955 Anthony married his second wife, the sex symbol actress Mamie Van Doren.
    More Details Hide Details Their son Perry Ray was born March 18, 1956. He then began expanding his own acting career.
  • 1953
    From 1953-1954 Anthony was the musical director on the television series TV's Top Tunes, and he also appeared as himself in the 1955 film Daddy Long Legs.
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    In 1953, Anthony and his orchestra were featured when Helen O'Connell and Bob Eberly headlined a summer replacement program for Perry Como's CBS television show.
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  • 1952
    He had a #2 chart hit with a remake of the Glenn Miller tune, "At Last", in 1952, the highest charting pop version of the song in the U.S.
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  • 1940
    Anthony was born in Bentleyville, Pennsylvania but moved with his family to Cleveland, Ohio, where he studied the trumpet. He played in Glenn Miller's band from 1940–1942 and appeared in the Glenn Miller movie Sun Valley Serenade before joining the U.S. Navy during World War Two.
    More Details Hide Details After the war he formed his own group. The Ray Anthony Orchestra became very popular in the early 1950s, with "The Bunny Hop" and the "Hokey Pokey", as well as the theme music from Dragnet.
  • 1922
    Born on January 20, 1922.
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