This British music hall song was written in 1910 by Fred Murray and Robert Patrick Weston. It was first recorded in 1911 by Harry Champion. It was recorded by Joe Brown in 1961. 51 more words
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MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Two of eleven workers who assist Memphis City Council members are out of a job.
“I have to read, through an email from the Mayor, that two members of my staff have been fired without notice from me,” said City Council Member Janis Fullilove. 331 more words
This song was written by Shelton Brooks in 1917. It was first recorded by The Original Dixieland Jazz Band. Since then the song has become a standard and has recorded by Ella Fitzerald, Fats Waller, Hoagy Carmichael and Julie London among others. 47 more words
In 2012 Joe Brown became the first guest contributor to loosehandlebars when he kindly replied to my request for his favourite records of that year. Joe sends me new music which is always worth listening to & sometimes it is music he & his mates in 485 more words
BFA-St. Albans: Peter Dukas. Burr and Burton: Reid Conde, Wes Lord, John Weeks. Champlain Valley: Richard Baccei, Max Brown, Patrick McCue. Colchester: Mark Gauthier, Liam Mooney. 1,102 more words