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Definitions

  1. Jimmy is a bassist who is most famous for playing in the bands Rainbow and Dio, with Ronnie James Dio. (Web site)
  2. Jimmy was the brother most committed to jazz. (Web site)
  3. Jimmy is the youngest volleyball player to win Arjuna Award at the age of 21.
  4. Jimmy is a fantastic bopper, and Joe Beck comp with the right attitude and taste.
  5. Jimmy (Robert Carlyle) is a low-life criminal who abandoned wife and child.

Own Band

  1. Tommy broke off to form his own band in 1935 after a musical dispute with Jimmy. (Web site)

Jimmy Thackery

  1. Jimmy Thackery has presumably heard Eric Clapton, who came on the scene rather later than the preceding sub-genre of “guitar instrumental”.
  2. The Triad was a frequent stop for Thackery as a member of the Nighthawks (1974-1987) and his own band, Jimmy Thackery & The Assassins (1987-1991).
  3. In conclusion a great effort that should finally consecrates Jimmy Thackery as one of the best white blues guitarist around. (Web site)

Big Bands

  1. Soon after he toured with the big bands of Hal McIntyre, Jimmy Dorsey, and Tommy Dorsey.

Jimmy Heath

  1. By 1947, Percy and Jimmy Heath were touring with McGhee's sextet, and the following year they appeared at the first Festival International de Jazz in Paris.
  2. The young guys have to pinch themselves every morning that they are playing with Jimmy Heath, (James) Moody, Slide (Hampton) and Randy (Brecker).
  3. Jimmy Heath has long been recognized as a brilliant instrumentalist and a magnificent composer and arranger.

Terry Lewis

  1. His vision of Janet was very different than that of Jimmy "Jam" Harris and Terry Lewis, the producing duo that had steered Jacksons career for two decades. (Web site)

Jimmy Jam

  1. No. This time it was four of us collaborating -- Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis, Jermaine and myself.

Moten

  1. Back before Basie, before Moten, Jimmy played a bit of Piano in LA clubs before he ever sang. (Web site)

Jimmy Rushing

  1. By this time Ben Webster and Jimmy Rushing had joined Moten's band, but Moten himself does not play on these sessions. (Web site)
  2. He soon helped audiences forget the absence of Basie 's long-time vocalist, Jimmy Rushing. (Web site)
  3. Jimmy Rushing was the grand-daddy of all big-band blues singers, fronting many bands, especially the Count Basie band from the '30s through the '50s. (Web site)

Henry Hill

  1. Some of those associates became famous like Henry Hill and Jimmy Burke, who have been portrayed in the film Goodfellas.
  2. Clyde was a close friend of Henry Hill who was also involved in grand theft auto, Thomas DeSimone, Edguardo Rigaud and Jimmy Burke.
  3. Said Henry Hill about Burke: "Jimmy could plant you just as fast as shake your hand.

Jimmy Burke

  1. Angelo was not well liked by the rest of the Vario Crew including Jimmy Burke, Paul Vario and Henry Hill.
  2. He is seen delivering the information about the Lufthansa heist to Henry Hill and Jimmy Burke, with Martin Krugman later commenting about Buddha afterwards.
  3. Jimmy Conway or Jimmy Burke (July 5, 1931 - April 13, 1996) was an Irish-American gangster who is believed to have organized the Lufthansa Heist in 1978. (Web site)

Jimmy Johnson

  1. Backed by a competent band that included Jimmy Johnson on rhythm guitar, Rush displays his depth and range with both guitar and voice. (Web site)
  2. Holdsworth will be joined by Chad Wakerman on drums and Jimmy Johnson on bass.
  3. Jimmy Johnson (blues guitarist) (b. (Web site)

Jimmy Witherspoon

  1. He recorded with Roomful of Blues in 1983 and Knocky Parker and the Houserockers in 1984, recording his final album with Jimmy Witherspoon in 1985.
  2. Moved to Los Angeles in 1945, where he worked alongside Jimmy Witherspoon in Jay McShann's band, then returned to Chicago.
  3. He's a great soul-blues singer who reminds you of Jimmy McCracklin of Pine Bluff and Jimmy Witherspoon of Gurdon (Clark County). (Web site)

Jimmy Reed

  1. He learned guitar from his mother's brother, Uncle Floyd Vaughan, who jammed to tunes by Muddy Waters, Jimmy Reed and Howlin' Wolf with his buddies. (Web site)
  2. His parents exposed him to the more recent blues of Jimmy Reed, BB King and Jimmy Witherspoon.
  3. During his career, Big George has played shows with blues legends like Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Jimmy Reed and many others. (Web site)

Jimmy Wales

  1. The vision of its founders, Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger, has become reality, and the librarians were right: the world has not been the same since. (Web site)

President Jimmy Carter

  1. During those years, President Jimmy Carter was trying to show Iran’s Ayatollah Khomeini what a nice guy he was.

Jimmy Carter

  1. In 2001, a major nursing centre was dedicated in her honor in Plains by Jimmy Carter in recognition of many years of service to the community as a nurse.
  2. Jimmy Carter started his career by serving on various local boards, governing such entities as the schools, hospital, and library, among others.
  3. October 15 - Jimmy Carter regains the world Lightweight title, defeating his former conqueror Lauro Salas, by a fifteen round unanimous decision, Chicago.

Jimmy Spencer

  1. He owned a car with Danny Schiff from 1985 to 1989, and was instrumental in the career of Jimmy Spencer.
  2. Learn about the man and the music of blues singer, Jimmy Spencer.
  3. There are guys in the market now, Jeff Green, Johnny Benson, Kenny Schrader, Jimmy Spencer, you have to look at. (Web site)

Jeff Beck

  1. Fortunately, artists like Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page appreciated such music that was radical in the early 1960s. (Web site)
  2. Jan Akkerman for a time eclipsed Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page among reader polls in England as the top guitarist in the world. (Web site)

Jimmy Page

  1. Even though all three were band members of The Yardbirds, Clapton, Jimmy Page, and Jeff Beck never played in the band all at the same time. (Web site)
  2. Influenced heavily by Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page and Jeff Beck,[2] Joe Satriani often incorporates a warm sound of guitar with a dominant blues and rock tone.
  3. Frusciante began studying guitarists like Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page and Jimi Hendrix at the age of eleven.

Career

  1. During his career, he worked with many well-known performers, including Bix Beiderbecke, Ruth Etting, and Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey. (Web site)
  2. During his career he worked with such leaders as Duke Ellington, Benny Goodman, Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey, and his wife, singer Pearl Bailey. (Web site)
  3. During a career in which his chief rivals were Jimmy Connors and Ivan Lendl, McEnroe was often ranked first in the world. (Web site)

Superb

  1. A superb, mostly self-taught musician, Jimmy is the elder statesman of all the incredible Miles Davis bands.
  2. Tommy, superb on trombone, and Jimmy, superb on saxophone, usually couldn't stand each other.
  3. A superb, mostly self-taught drummer, Jimmy Cobb has been a dominant accompanist and outstanding soloist.

Age

  1. At the age of 33, Jimmy died in a car accident in Italy on November 30th, 1987. (Web site)
  2. Born in Philadelphia on July 22, 1953, Jimmy Bruno was first exposed to music by his parents at a very early age. (Web site)
  3. Jimmy Martin, the self-proclaimed "King of Bluegrass" music, died May 14, 2005 of cancer at the age of 77. (Web site)

Years

  1. Blues singer Joe Williams performed with Basie for over 20 years and followed in the footsteps of Jimmy Rushing. (Web site)
  2. During those years, he studied (as part of the city's Jazzmobile program) with saxophonists Frank Foster, Jimmy Heath, Billy Mitchell, and Ernie Wilkins. (Web site)
  3. Jimmy Buffett has popped up periodically in country circles for nearly 30 years.

Florida

  1. After knocking out Pedro Agosto in four rounds at Pensacola, Florida, Foreman flew to Puerto Rico, where he lost a 12-round decision to Jimmy Young.
  2. Evert was born on December 21, 1954, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the second child of Jimmy and Colette Evert. (Web site)
  3. Jimmy McPartland eventually replaced him, and they recorded yet again for Gennett in December before taking off for a gig in Palm Beach, Florida. (Web site)

Guys

  1. In the meantime, the guys I was playing with in St Louis all became famous: Oliver Nelson, Jimmy Forrest, all of them.
  2. Maybe I put Andre (Agassi) as kind of six through 10 with, you know, (John) McEnroe and (Jimmy) Connors, kind of those guys. (Web site)
  3. Back in those days, Muddy Waters and Jimmy Rogers and all these guys, they had these amps.

Las Vegas

  1. Jimmy, having completed the Rod Stewart gig moved to Las Vegas.
  2. The 27-year-old driver from Las Vegas was punched in the face by Jimmy Spencer for trying to deliberately wreck him.

Jimmy Giuffre

  1. In the early 1960s he was part of the Jimmy Giuffre 3, a clarinet, piano and bass trio with bassist Steve Swallow. (Web site)
  2. Worked with Gil Evans from 1973, Jimmy Giuffre from 1983, plus a long list of pop, jazz, and in-between session work.
  3. Soon George Russell, Jimmy Giuffre, Tony Williams and others began to play and record her compositions.

Musicians

  1. She kept writing, and eventually a lot of musicians, notably Paul Bley, George Russell, Jimmy Giuffre and Art Farmer, began recording her pieces. (Web site)
  2. However Shenandoah was best known not for an athlete, but for two musicians, Jimmy and Tommy Dorsey. (Web site)
  3. He hired musicians to play on the soundtrack, among them guitarist Jimmy Page. (Web site)

Jimmy Iovine

  1. Benzino soon returned to his position at The Source claiming that he was trying to prevent Jimmy Iovine from firing Def Jam president L.A. Reid.
  2. All tracks were produced by Jimmy Iovine, except "Heartland", a left-over from The Joshua Tree that was produced by Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois.
  3. Jimmy Iovine, who coproduced Making Movies with Mark Knopfler, succeeds where the others failed: he builds the album from the songs up.

Song

  1. Both Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones approved the inclusion of the song, but Plant, for reasons best known to himself, refused to allow it to be used.
  2. Steinman was credited as co-producer with Jimmy Iovine for the song "Rock and Roll Dreams Come Through".
  3. Beck intended to pitch the song to Little Jimmy Dickens, but Dickens disliked the song. (Web site)

Trumpet

  1. He had talented players: Lester Young on tenor sax, Buck Clayton on trumpet, Jimmy Rushing and Billie Holiday on vocals, and a classic rhythm section.
  2. Massey studied trumpet under Freddie Webster, and following this played in the big bands of Jay McShann, Jimmy Heath, and Billie Holiday.
  3. Jimmy "Jimmyjams" Moore sings, plays keyboards and trumpet, and writes material for his reggae band Jah Creation.

Jimmy Pop

  1. Jimmy Pop is the only original founding member of the Bloodhound Gang left in the group.
  2. Jimmy Pop collaborated with dance artist Tomcraft for a song called "Broadsword Calling Danny Boy" in 2006. (Web site)
  3. Like most of the band, Jimmy Pop is reputed to have a heavy drinking problem, and, as of 1998, smokes three packs of cigarettes a day.

Pennsylvania

  1. Based in both Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Los Angeles, California, this five-some of twenty-somethings is fronted by Jimmy Pop.
  2. White Jimmy is currently married to Jen Foss, an artist from Pennsylvania.
  3. Jimmy Bruno, born July 22, 1953 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is a master jazz guitarist and jazz educator.

Jimmy Hart

  1. During the match, Jimmy Hart distracted the referee and Honky Tonk grabbed his guitar. (Web site)
  2. Two years ago, we did a reunion for Jimmy Hart down in Orlando. (Web site)
  3. Valentine then dyed his hair black and formed a tag team with The Honky Tonk Man known as Rhythm and Blues and managed by Jimmy Hart.

Hogan

  1. At Halloween Havoc 1995: Jimmy Hart, longtime manager and friend to Hulk Hogan, turned on Hogan to help the Giant. (Web site)

Jimmy Rogers

  1. Finally, inspired by the live performances of Muddy Waters and Jimmy Rogers, he began to study the guitar in 1953. (Web site)
  2. Jimmy Rogers (1924 - December 19, 1997) is a blues guitarist best known for his work as a member of Muddy Waters ' band of the 1950s.
  3. After playing with Morris Pejoe and others, he heard from Jimmy Rogers that Muddy Waters needed a piano player and he was promptly hired in 1951.

Chicago

  1. Starting in Chicago, this new electric blues was characterized by the sounds of Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters, and Jimmy Reed. (Web site)
  2. They moved to Chicago in 1949 where Howlin’ Wolf and Jimmy Rogers took Freddie and Benny under their wings. (Web site)
  3. James "Jimmy" Evert (born July 31, 1923 in Chicago, Illinois) is a tennis coach and former tennis player from the United States.

Tracks

  1. In 1998, Deep Elm Records released the first in a series of compilations called Emo Diaries, which featured tracks from Jimmy Eat World, Samiam, and Jejune.
  2. A final note, Benny Carter trades in his alto sax for trumpet on two tracks, and Andre Previn is replaced by Jimmy Rowles on a couple of numbers.
  3. In 1986, Jones was asked by director Michael Winner to provide the soundtrack for the film, Scream for Help, with Jimmy Page appearing on two tracks.

Bandstand

  1. Bix Beiderbecke, Bing Crosby, and Jimmy and Tommy Dorsey honed their craft on his bandstand. (Web site)
  2. In early June 1935, at the Glen Island Casino, Jimmy and Tommy had an argument over the tempo of a tune and Tommy walked off the bandstand.
  3. Professor Longhair & Jimmy Thackery with The Cate Brothers also take the bandstand with loads of great music to follow.

Play

  1. Porl Thompson (guitar) left the band once more during 1993 to play with Robert Plant and Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin, and Bamonte took over as lead guitar.
  2. Perry was an expert in the Piedmont style of playing, but he could also play like Muddy Waters, Lightin' Hopkins, John Lee Hooker and Jimmy Reed.
  3. When his brother died in 1940, he went on to play with Jimmy Noone, and with Bunk Johnson. (Web site)

Drivers

  1. He left the popular Washington D.C. band and reemerged as Jimmy Thackery and the Drivers.
  2. Crawford (439) and Jimmy Spencer (438) are the only other drivers within 100 points of Hamilton's torrid pace.
  3. Jimmy represents the fans who want to see their drivers put it on the line every race. (Web site)

Jeff Gordon

  1. Jeff Gordon doesn't run on Saturdays, Jimmy Johnson rarely runs on Saturdays, and they are the two drivers with the most championships in the bunch.
  2. If Johnson signs his lifetime deal - that would put both Jeff Gordon and Jimmy under the same contractual umbrella and that's fine.
  3. Jimmy Spencer and Jeff Gordon dominated the race, but the outcome was decided by a late caution that stranded several contenders on pit road.

Miami

  1. At the 1957 IBT convention held in Miami Beach, Florida, Jimmy Hoffa was elected president of the union, which then had 1.5 million members.
  2. Jimmy Johnson became the first head coach to win a college football national championship (University of Miami in 1987) and a Super Bowl.

Roddick

  1. Roddick headed into the U.S. Open with a new coach Jimmy Connors, who will coach him, alongside Andy's brother, John Roddick.

Group

  1. The presence of Jimmy McPartland in the group indicates that some of the original Wolverines personnel did hold over into the new band for a time. (Web site)
  2. While Beck and Jimmy Page played together in The Yardbirds, the trio of Beck, Page and Eric Clapton never played together in the group all at the same time. (Web site)
  3. Jimmy Page is a former member of the Yardbirds, the group that spawned the careers of two other great musicians, Eric Clapton and Jeff Beck.

Guitarist

  1. Porl Thompson left the band once more during 1993 to play with Robert Plant and Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin, and Bamonte took over as lead guitarist. (Web site)
  2. He became lead guitarist of the Jimmy Rogers Band as well as forming his own band, Jimmy D. Lane and The Hurricanes and later Blue Train Running. (Web site)
  3. I'm not surprised to be so taken with him as a guitarist when I see that he has played for Big Joe Turner, T-Bone Walker and Jimmy Reed.

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