Vicki decided to head out on her own in 1948. She joined the Joe Newman Trio, appeared in Los Angeles clubs and for a brief period was featured on Spade Cooley’s .
In the context of Spain's New World Empire, its mainland coastal possessions surrounding the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico were referred to collectively as the Spanish Main. During the 16th and 17th centuries, the southern portion of these coastal possessions was known as the Province of Tierra Firme, or the "mainland province" (as contrasted with Spain's nearby insular colonies).
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Joseph Carr (disambiguation). Joseph Carr (1879–1939) was the . National Football League president, 1921–1939. Joseph Carr or Joe Carr may also refer to
In 1932, Joe Carr was one of the founding members of the Young Democratic Clubs of Tennessee, serving as the organization’s first secretary. In 1934 he was elected state president of the Young Democrats.
Joe Carr is exceptionally talented, both in the finer techniques of photography and in his interpers. I highly recommend Joe Carr photography, let me tell you why. Upon arriving at his studio, I was personally welcomed into a very clean and professional space. The walls are lined with his previous work, setting at ease any potential question of his ability.
Beginning in 1985, Joe Carr was a music instructor specializing in Bluegrass, Western Swing and Irish music in the Commercial Music program at South Plains College in Levelland, Texas. He was a director for Camp Bluegrass, a summer residential Music camp. Joe appeared on three group albums, a solo album and numerous other recorded projects during his seven-year tenure with the band.
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