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Yowler

Maryn Jones, known by the stage name Yowler, is an American musician. Jones is the lead vocalist of the band All Dogs and formerly a member of the band Saintseneca.

Pulses (The Fast Feeling album)

Pulses is the debut studio album by the synthpop band The Fast Feeling. It was independently released on January 13, 2017. The release was fan-funded through an Indiegogo campaign.

Yeoman (disambiguation)

A yeoman was a member of an English social class, generally a freeman who owned his, or her, own farm. The term was also used in North America. Yeoman or yeomen may also refer to:

Fear of flying (disambiguation)

A fear of flying is a fear of air travel. Fear of Flying may also refer to: "Fear Of Flying", a song by Teenage Fanclub from their 1993 album Thirteen "Fear of Flying", a 1992 segment of the animated television show Tom & Jerry Kids Fear of Flyin ...

The Table (EP)

On September 30, 2019, Pledis Entertainment confirmed NUESTs comeback was set for October 21, 2019, and uploaded a teaser ending with the text, "The book has been closed. And shall we meet at.?", officially concluding their "Three-part Knight Ser ...

P*$$Y Fairy (OTW)

P*$$Y Fairy is a song by American singer Jhene Aiko. It was released on January 16, 2020 through Def Jam as the third single from her third studio album, Chilombo.

Will Lawton

Will Lawton is an English singer-songwriter, pianist, hang player, and music therapist. He has been the song-writing force behind three EPs and four albums. He is active in the west country live music scene and regularly writes and records.

MCND

MCND is a five-member South Korean boy band that debuted in February 2020 under the company TOP Media. The group is composed of members Castle J, Bic, Minjae, Huijun, and Win.

Sonoma Index-Tribune

The Sonoma Index-Tribune is a community newspaper published twice a week in Sonoma, California. The newspaper was published by four generations of the same family for 128 years, but is now owned by a group of local media investors.

Roger Davenport

Roger Davenport is an English author, actor and screenwriter. He is the son of John Davenport, who was for many years a literary critic writing for The Observer newspaper. Graduating from LAMDA in 1967, Davenport worked extensively in British the ...

Maggot (disambiguation)

Maggot rapper, member of the band Goldie Lookin Chain Maggots: The Record, 1987 album by The Plasmatics "Maggots", a 2000 song by The Screaming Jets from Scam "Maggot", a 2004 song by Angelspit from Nurse Grenade "Maggot", an English country danc ...

Declaration (Red album)

Declaration is the seventh studio album by American Christian rock band Red. Originally scheduled for release on April 10, 2020, it was released on April 3, 2020 through the bands independent label Red Entertainment in collaboration with The Fuel ...

Prime Boys

Prime Boys are a Canadian hip hop collective based in Toronto, Ontario. The original group carnation consists of Jay Whiss, Jimmy Prime and Donnie and the trio released their debut studio album Koba World on July 27 2018.

SCOP

SCOP may refer to: Societe cooperative, a type of corporation in France Suprachiasmatic nucleus circadian oscillatory protein, a member of the leucine-rich repeat protein family Structural Classification of Proteins Seasonal Coefficient of Perfor ...

The Gardenias

Formed in Alton, Illinois, the group consisted of Luther Ingram singing lead, his brothers Archie Ingram and Richard Ingram, Lawrence Witherspoon, and Connie Perry. They started off as a gospel group known as the Alton Crusaders before venturing ...

Conductor

Conductor music, a person who leads a musical ensemble. Conductor rail, a member of the crew of a train or tram Bus conductor, a person who checks passengers tickets on a bus Conductor military appointment, a senior Warrant Officer appointment in ...

Jock Alves

William "Jock" Alves was a Scottish-born Rhodesian physician and politician who served as mayor of Salisbury from 1972 to 1974. He later served as a member of the Senate of Rhodesia until his death. An epidemiologist by profession, he directed a ...

Reginald Phillips

Reginald Phillips may refer to: Reggie Phillips Reginald Keith Phillips, born 1960, American football cornerback Reg Phillips footballer, born 1900 c. 1900 – 1924, English football full back Brighton & Hove Albion Reginald M. Phillips 1888–1977, ...

Dont Go Away (Fun Factory song)

Dont Go Away is a 1996 Eurodance song by German band Fun Factory. It was released as the fourth single from their second album, Fun-Tastic and became their last chart success. The single was also the last single to be promoted by the band as a qu ...

Gort (disambiguation)

Gort is a town in Galway, Ireland. Gort may also refer to: The Gort, County Tyrone, in the list of townlands of County Tyrone, Northern Ireland Gort letter, twelfth letter of the Ogham alphabet

Ian (disambiguation)

Ian is a common given name, the Scottish Gaelic version of the name John. Ian or IAN may also refer to: -ian, a suffix meaning member of or resident of, e.g., Virginian or Wikipedian "Ian", a song by White Town from Socialism, Sexism & Sexuality ...

Cadet (disambiguation)

A cadet is a trainee, typically to become a military officer. Cadet may also refer to: Cadet, a rank in the Australian Defence Force Cadets Baker-McMillan Cadet, a glider Cadet Records, a music record label IBM 1620 or CADET, a 1959 inexpensive s ...

James Arnold

Kokomo Arnold James Arnold, 1901–1968, blues musician Jimmy Arnold musician 1932–2004, founding member of The Four Lads James Arnold, singer and keyboardist of the post-hardcore band Before Their Eyes

The Holocaust in Bohemia and Moravia

The Holocaust in the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia resulted in the deportation, dispossession, and death of 80.000 Jews living in the protectorate. It was carried out by Nazi Germany, which was occupying the country, with some collaboration ...

Mammal (disambiguation)

A mammal is a member of a class of vertebrates. Mammal, mammals or mammalia may also refer to: Mammalia, the debut album by drum & bass band Comparative Anatomy Mammal band, an Australian band Mammals play, a play by Amelia Bullmore Mammal album, ...

Keitarō

Kondo Keitaro, author, recipient of the Akutagawa Prize Keitaro Miho, one of the composers for the film Les plus belles escroqueries du monde Keitaro Konnai born 1978, swimmer Keitaro Hara, chief equipping officer on the Japanese cruiser Haguro a ...

Bois Locker Room

Bois Locker room is a social media app, chat room scandal, allegedly involving a group of teenage boys from Delhi schools, created a storm on social media, when an Instagram user leaked chats from the group, including obscene images of around 15 ...

Sarah Harding (disambiguation)

Sarah Harding, a character from the UK television series Liverpool 1 played by Angela Clarke Sarah Harding House of Cards, a character from the UK television series To Play The King played by Kitty Aldridge Dr Sarah Harding, a character from the ...

Steve O.

Steve O. may refer to: Dr. Steve-O 2007 TV series, TV show starring Stephen Gilchrist Glover Steve-O born 1974, as Stephen Gilchrist Glover, daredevil performer and television personality, most famous for Jackass Steve Olsonoski born 1953, U.S. p ...

TRC (band)

TRC is a hardcore punk and rap infused band from London, UK. In total, they have released three albums and five EPs. They have played UK festivals such as Sonisphere Download Festival. Hevy Fest and Ghostfest as well as Xtreme Fest in France, Ber ...

List of Go Squid! characters

Portrayed by Li Xian a computer genius, a high-cold e-sports idol. Han is a legend in the e-sports world. He has climbed to the top, has fallen through the trough, and has experienced strong winds and waves. He was originally the only investor an ...

Stars of the Grand Ole Opry

Stars of the Grand Ole Opry is fourteenth studio album by American country music artist Jan Howard. It was released in April 1981 via First Generation Records and was produced by Pete Drake. It was Howards first studio album to be released in fiv ...

Balas perdidas

Balas perdidas is the second studio album by the Colombian band Morat. The album was released on October 26, 2018. The re-issue version was released on May 10, 2019, which includes the song "Presiento" in collaboration with Aitana.

Decoherence (Westworld)

Decoherence is the sixth episode of the third season of the HBO science-fiction thriller television series Westworld. The episode aired on April 19, 2020. It was written by Suzanne Wrubel and Lisa Joy, and directed by Jennifer Getzinger.

Deafhead

A Deafhead or Deaf Head is a hearing impaired Deadhead who attends concerts put on by the Grateful Dead or Grateful Dead offshoots, often in a specialized ticketing section set up for the concert. Many Deafheads are known for bringing inflated ba ...

British Lion (band)

British Lion announced their debut album on 18 July 2012 and was released on 24 September the same year. The band features Steve Harris, best known as the bassist and primary songwriter for the British heavy metal band Iron Maiden. British Lion a ...

Green Team (disambiguation)

Green Team, green team or greenteam may refer to: The Green Team comics, a comic book series The University of Floridas TailGator Green Team at Game Day Recycling The group of Sun_Microsystems engineers that created the Java programming language ...

The Coverups

The Coverups is an American rock supergroup that serves as a side project for Green Day members Billie Joe Armstrong and Mike Dirnt. Founded in January, 2018 as an outlet for performing cover songs, the band consists of Armstrong and Dirnt as wel ...

Hogue (company)

Hogue, Inc., is an American company that manufactures and distributes firearms accessories and related products. Founded in 1968 in California, and now based in Henderson, Nevada, the company is best known for its pistol grips.

DY Krazy

DY Krazy also known as by stage names "DY", "Da Yungsta" and "DY on Da Track" is an American record producer known for producing mixtapes and albums for music artists.

KTF (disambiguation)

KTF a may refer to: Kentish Town Forum Klaus Tschira Foundation Korea Traditional Food, such as Kimchi and other foods KTF, also known as Korea Telecom Freetel, a Korean mobile telephone company. KTF Members Takaka Aerodrome IATA code KTF Ever, a ...

Malcolm Foster

Malcolm Foster is a British musician known best for being the bass player for The Pretenders between 1982 and 1987, and a session player for Simple Minds between 1989 and 1995.

Michael Braun

Michael Braun may refer to: Mike Braun born 1954, United States Senator from Indiana and former member of the Indiana House of Representatives Michael Braun footballer born 1978, Australian rules footballer Michael Braun director 1930–2014, Germa ...

Arnett Nelson

Arnett Nelson, sometimes credited as King Mutt, was an American jazz and blues musician who played clarinet or alto saxophone on many recordings made in Chicago in the 1920s and 1930s.

Assault and battery

Assault and battery is the combination of two violent crimes: assault and battery. This legal distinction exists only in jurisdictions that distinguish assault as threatened violence rather than actual violence. Assault and Battery may also refer ...

Dave Anderson

Dave Anderson may refer to: Dave Anderson musician, bassist, member of Hawkwind and Space Ritual Dave Anderson footballer born 1962, football manager, former player and media personality from Northern Ireland Dave Anderson infielder born 1960, fo ...

Simon King

Simon King may refer to: Si King born 1966, British television presenter, known from the show The Hairy Bikers Cookbook Simon King cricketer born 1987, English cricketer Simon K. King born 1986, Indian film composer Simon King broadcaster born 19 ...

Nurole

Nurole Ltd is an online technology company based in London, United Kingdom. It operates an invitation-only platform where members can see board-level vacancies, for which they can apply or recommend others. Nurole is used by the boards of busines ...

Oyoso3

Oyoso3 is Japanese band. Formed in March 2013. They are mainly active in Tokyo and Hiroshima. Their slogan is "Anything is fine as long as it is interesting". In pursuit of free performance such as unique lyrics, all-vocal, variable instrument co ...

Gracia (album)

Gracia is the 23rd studio album by Japanese singer/songwriter Mari Hamada, released on August 1, 2018. The album coincided with Hamadas 35th anniversary in the music industry and marked her return to Victor Entertainment, which had published her ...