1. Condoleezza Rice experienced firsthand the injustices of Birmingham's discriminatory laws and attitudes.
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1. Condoleezza Rice experienced firsthand the injustices of Birmingham's discriminatory laws and attitudes.
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2. Elton John donated all of the profits to the charity established in Diana's name.
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3. Orson Welles was found dead in early October 1985 in his Los Angeles home.
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4. Ira Gershwin contributed to the Schuyler Greene and Louis Silvers score of "Fascination", from the picture of the same name.
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5. Ingrid Bergman would travel to New York and stay at their small rented stucco house between films, her visits lasting from a few days to four months.
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8. Nina Simone was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2018.
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10. Claude Debussy is sometimes seen as the first Impressionist composer, although he vigorously rejected the term.
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11. Alicia Keys continued building her acting resume in 2008 with a role in The Secret Life of Bees.
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13. Erik Satie was left with his grandparents in Honfleur by his widowed father.
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14. Alicia Keys's participated in a panel titled "HIV Priorities for Positive Change: In Women's Words", in which she calls on supporting organizations that provide treatment and care for families affected by AIDS.
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15. Alicia Keys was one of the biggest RnB names of the early 2000s, shaping a legacy that is yet to be matched.
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16. Condoleezza Rice's was taken under the wing of George P Shultz, who was a fellow at the Hoover Institution.
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17. Condoleezza Rice is a US political scientist and diplomat.
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21. Alicia Keys became involved in the charity Keep a Child Alive, an organization that helps children living with AIDS.
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22. John Williams won a Classic Brit Award in 2005 for his soundtrack work of the previous year.
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24. In 1969, Orson Welles was given a TV commission to film a condensed adaptation of The Merchant of Venice.
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26. In 2002, Orson Welles was voted the greatest film director of all time in two British Film Institute polls among directors and critics.
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27. In March and April 1959, Miles Davis recorded what many critics consider his greatest album, Kind of Blue.
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28. Sir Elton John wrote about his friendship with Freddie in a moving, deeply personal letter.
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29. Ingrid Bergman became involved with Rossellini while making Stromboli.
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33. Miles Davis abandoned the bebop style and turned to the music of pianist Ahmad Jamal, whose approach and use of space influenced him.
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37. Alicia Keys received 5 Grammy Awards in 2002, becoming the second female artist to win as many in one night.
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38. Orson Welles was born in 1915 to an inventor father and a pianist mother.
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41. Claude Debussy had colorectal cancer and he needed to remove part of his colon.
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43. Les Paul was enamoured by the Andrews Sisters, who hired his trio to open for them during a tour in 1946.
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45. James Cleveland is currently averaging 2.9 post-ups per game when including his passes, per Synergy Sports Tech.
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46. James Cleveland was actually shooting 45.3 percent from at least 27 feet away last season, per Basketball-Reference.
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54. In March 1970, Miles Davis began to perform as the opening act for various rock acts, allowing Columbia to market Bitches Brew to a larger audience.
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56. Condoleezza Rice's was promoted to associate professor in 1987, a post she held until 1993.
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57. Lou Williams finished with 35 points to lead a dominant bench effort for the Clippers.
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60. At the final race in Brazil, Adrian Sutil matched his best finish of the season with sixth place, and as a result, moved into ninth place in the final championship standings.
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62. Ira Gershwin contributed to the Schuyler Greene and Louis Silvers score of "Fascination", from the picture of the same name.
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63. Alicia Keys was ranked at number thirty-three on VH1's "50 Greatest Women of the Video Era" list.
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64. In 1984, Orson Welles wrote the screenplay for a film he planned to direct, an autobiographical drama about the 1937 staging of The Cradle Will Rock.
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66. In 2018 Elton John embarked on what he announced as his final tour, dubbed Farewell Yellow Brick Road and scheduled to last three years.
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67. In 2016, Sir Elton John secured the court-ordered injunction that barred British media from mentioning his or his partner's name.
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70. Lou Williams accepted a regular gig at the Cafe Society Downtown, started a weekly radio show called "Mary Lou Williams's Piano Workshop" on WNEW, and began mentoring and collaborating with many younger bebop musicians, most notably Dizzy Gillespie and Thelonious Monk.
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71. Miles Davis played with the band for two weeks at Club Riviera.
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75. Lou Williams played sparingly as a rookie, averaging 1.9 points and.
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77. John Williams married Barbara Ruick, an American actress and singer, in 1956.
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78. Lionel Hampton was given a marimba as a gift by his uncle, Richard Morgan, a musically savvy bootlegger with ties to Al Capone.
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79. Les Paul recorded a few albums for Decca Records in the 1940s.
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80. Jeff Goldblum co-founded Playhouse West, an acting school, with Robert Carnegie in 1981.
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90. In September 1968, Miles Davis married 23-year-old model and songwriter Betty Mabry.
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91. Alicia Keys's was particularly drawn to "blue, dark, shadowy" and melancholic compositions, as well as the passionate romanticism of "blue composers" like Chopin.
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103. In 1995 Lionel Hampton suffered two mild strokes, only weeks apart.
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104. Condoleezza Rice was a bright student and skipped both first and seventh grade.
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106. Elton John was recently crowned by Billboard as the most successful performing male solo artist of all time.
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110. Miles Davis needed medical attention for hip pain, which had worsened since his Japanese tour during the previous year.
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111. Jeff Goldblum had his first child in 2015 with Livingston at the tender age of 62.
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113. Condoleezza Rice was appointed a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
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114. Jeff Goldblum credits his early jazz piano performances for helping his nerves on camera.
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115. Miles Davis gained a reputation for being cold, distant—and easily angered.
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116. In 2006, James Cleveland reached a new contract agreement with the Cavaliers.
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121. Orson Welles would spend much of the next 25 years in Europe.
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122. Alicia Keys returned for twelfth series of The Voice and won the competition with her artist Chris Blue, on May 23, 2017.
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124. Charlie Parker began playing the saxophone at age 11, and at age 14 he joined his high school band where he studied under Bandmaster Alonzo Lewis.
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128. In 1985, Ella Fitzgerald was hospitalized briefly for respiratory problems, in 1986 for congestive heart failure, and in 1990 for exhaustion.
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129. Elton John performs with Kiki Dee in an orange suit and matching beret.
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130. Elton John is known for many hit songs such as "Your Song" and "Rocket Man" but he is definitely not the first person that people will think of when they hear about Christmas ads.
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131. Claude Debussy was at the forefront of the Impressionist style of music that mirrored the artistic movement of the same name, as well as the poetic genre of Symbolism.
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132. In 2014, Alicia Keys was honored by Unite 4 Humanity with the Music Visionary Award for "her work as an activist and Founder of Keep A Child Alive".
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133. Charlie Parker was clearly one of America's most innovative and prolific artists.
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134. Nina Simone has received four career Grammy Award nominations, two during her lifetime and two posthumously.
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137. Les Paul tried to get his instrument marketed, but nobody was interested.
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138. In 1954, Lou Williams stormed off the stage in the middle of a big Paris concert, and began a three-year self-imposed exile from music.
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144. Orson Welles made a correction of the script in 13 extraordinary sequences.
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147. Lou Williams founded her own label, Mary Records, which was the first to be started by a woman.
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149. John Williams was honored with the annual Richard Kirk award at the 1999 BMI Film and TV Awards, recognizing his contribution to film and television music.
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150. Every year since 2004, Elton John has opened a shop called "Elton's Closet" in which he sells his second-hand clothes.
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152. The year 1974 saw Orson Welles lending his voice for that year's remake of Agatha Christie's classic thriller Ten Little Indians produced by his former associate, Harry Alan Towers and starring an international cast that included Oliver Reed, Elke Sommer and Herbert Lom.
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154. Ira Gershwin worked first for the Remick publishing house, at a salary of fifteen dollars a week.
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159. Elton John returned in a blue kimono playing "Your Song", solo before the band came up and joined in.
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162. In 1928, at age 13, Orson Welles was already more than six feet tall and weighed over 180 pounds.
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164. On May 4, 2016, Alicia Keys released her first single in four years, entitled "In Common".
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166. In 1958 Ella Fitzgerald was the first African American female to win at the inaugural show.
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167. Orson Welles was told that if the film was successful he could sign a four-picture deal with International Pictures, making films of his own choosing.
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168. In 1941, Orson Welles received the support of Bishop Fulton Sheen for a retelling of the life of Christ, to be set in the American West in the 1890s.
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169. Condoleezza Rice is the first female African-American Secretary of State and the second female Secretary of State.
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170. Adrian Sutil struck Lux with a champagne glass, causing a wound in his neck which required 24 stitches.
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171. Elton John donated all of the proceeds from the recording to the charitable trust established in Diana's name.
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173. Alicia Keys felt that name represented her both as a performer and person.
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176. In 1995 Lionel Hampton suffered two mild strokes within months of each other.
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178. Mary Lou Williams was an American jazz pianist, arranger, and composer.
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179. In November 2014, Alicia Keys announced that she is releasing a series of children's books.
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180. Erik Satie impressed his teachers with his fine tone, weak sight-reading, and general laziness.
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181. Ingrid Bergman was born on August 29, 1915, in Stockholm, Sweden.
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184. Les Paul dropped out of high school in 1932 to work as a musician.
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185. Erik Satie originally sided with Tzara, but managed to maintain friendly relations with most players in both camps.
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187. In 1916, Ira Gershwin started working for Aeolian Company and Standard Music Rolls in New York, recording and arranging.
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188. Charlie Parker was called him Bird because he creates various compositions which contain Bird on the titles.
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189. Benny Goodman recorded the clarinet concertos of Weber and Carl Nielsen.
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191. Claude Debussy went travelling with Tchaikovsky's wealthy patroness, Nadezhda von Meck.
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193. In 1965, Les Paul went into semi-retirement, although he did return to the studio occasionally.
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194. Alicia Keys has donated to Frum tha Ground Up, a non-profit organization that aids children and teenagers with scholarships.
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195. John Williams used a system of musical hand signals in the film that were based on hand signs created by John Curwen and refined by Zoltan Kodaly.
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196. Orson Welles worked for more than half a year with no compensation.
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198. Ira Gershwin contributed to the Schuyler Greene and Louis Silvers score of "Fascination", from the picture of the same name.
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200. Miles Davis took painkillers and cocaine to cope with the pain.
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201. At the age of eight, Les Paul began playing the harmonica.
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202. On June 30, 2018, Alicia Keys spoke at the Families Belong Together protest.
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203. Ira Gershwin contributed to the Schuyler Greene and Louis Silvers score of "Fascination", from the picture of the same name.
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204. Ira Gershwin was a joyous listener to the sounds of the modern world.
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205. In 1922, George Balanchine married a 15-year-old ballet student named Tamara Gevergeyeva.
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206. Elton John was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility in 1994.
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209. In 1966, Orson Welles directed a film for French television, an adaptation of The Immortal Story, by Karen Blixen.
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210. Les Paul saved $2.49 from a newspaper route to buy a Silvertone guitar.
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213. In January 1948, Les Paul shattered his right arm and elbow in a near-fatal automobile accident on an icy Route 66 west of Davenport, Oklahoma.
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214. Charlie Parker proposed to his wife, Rebecca Ruffin, the same year and the two were married on July 25, 1936.
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215. Nina Simone published her autobiography, I Put a Spell on You, in 1992.
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216. Alicia Keys's recorded a song together with Eve called "Speechless", dedicated to her son.
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217. Condoleezza Rice responded by asking Tenet to give a presentation on the matter to Secretary Rumsfeld and Attorney General John Ashcroft.
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218. Alicia Keys is neck-deep in planning what all she'll do as host of this year's Grammy Awards, but she just got a major vote of confidence.
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220. Alicia Keys performed the song on Oprah's show the week prior to the release of her debut album.
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221. Claude Debussy originally studied the piano, but found his vocation in innovative composition, despite the disapproval of the Conservatoire's conservative professors.
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224. Alicia Keys gave birth to her second child, a son, on December 27, 2014.
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225. Erik Satie was born in Honfleur to a French father and a Scottish mother.
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226. Alicia Keys was expected to make her film debut in late 2003.
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227. In 2001, Condoleezza Rice was staff or board member of The Scowcroft Group according to a report entitled The 2001 Morse Target: Washington's Movers and Shakers on Japan.
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230. Charlie Parker worked for nine dollars a week as a dishwasher at Jimmie's Chicken Shack, where pianist Art Tatum performed.
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231. Ira Gershwin was influenced by French composers of the early twentieth century.
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235. In 1942, Ella Fitzgerald left the band to begin a solo career.
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243. Ingrid Bergman left behind an array of wonderful performances in more than 50 movies, including the revered classic Casablanca.
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245. Lou Williams accepted a job at the Cafe Society Downtown, started a weekly radio show called Mary Lou Williams's Piano Workshop on WNEW and began mentoring and collaborating with younger bebop musicians such as Dizzy Gillespie and Thelonious Monk.
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249. Jeff Goldblum made his stage debut when he was 18 years old, while studying at the Neighborhood Playhouse.
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250. In 1992, Elton John was inducted into the Songwriter's Hall of Fame.
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254. Orson Welles continued editing the film into the early 1970s.
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255. In October 1969, Miles Davis was shot at five times while in his car with one of his two lovers, Marguerite Eskridge.
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257. Jeff Goldblum has now performed at venues such as London's Cadogan Hall.
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259. Alicia Keys is set to co-produce the Broadway premiere of Stick Fly, which was scheduled to open in December 2011.
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261. Orson Welles narrated Swiss Family Robinson while waiting for another project to evolve.
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262. In some ways, Condoleezza Rice interviewing with Browns made sense, but in most ways, it didn't.
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264. John Williams never met Fiedler in person but spoke with him by telephone.
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265. Les Paul was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1988.
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266. Erik Satie was an unruly student but showed some predilection for music.
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267. George Balanchine described it as "the turning point in my life".
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270. Ira Gershwin began his career as a song plugger in New York's Tin Pan Alley.
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271. Claude Debussy attended two concerts of Rimsky-Korsakov's music, conducted by the composer.
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272. Ray Charles was married twice and had 12 children with ten different women.
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274. Condoleezza Rice has consistently been a supporter of Israel, and has defended Israel's right to protect itself in the ongoing Israel-Palestine conflict and in the 2006 Israel-Lebanon conflict.
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279. Condoleezza Rice started learning French, music, figure skating and ballet at age three.
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280. Charlie Parker acquired the nickname "Yardbird" early in his career on the road with Jay McShann.
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281. Condoleezza Rice offered humanitarian aid to the country during a visit to England.
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283. In 2018, Nina Simone was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
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286. Condoleezza Rice serves on various boards including Dropbox, C3 and Makena Capital.
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290. Miles Davis persuaded Coltrane to play with the group on one final European tour in the spring of 1960.
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293. In 1937, at the age of 21, Ingrid Bergman married dentist Petter Aron Lindstrom; the couple had a daughter, Friedel Pia Lindstrom (born 20 September 1938).
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295. In 1979, Ray Charles was one of the first musicians born in the state to be inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame.
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296. Condoleezza Rice's described affirmative action as being "still needed", but she does not support quotas.
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297. In late 2006, Eric Johnson switched from recording in analog to digital format.
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302. In 1944, Orson Welles wrote the first-draft script of Monsieur Verdoux, a film that he intended to direct.
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303. Benny Goodman spent six months performing on Let's Dance, and during that time he recorded six more Top Ten hits for Columbia.
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304. Ira Gershwin was not the only white musician of the period who was interested in the new musical forms coming out of African American culture.
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305. In November 1935 Benny Goodman accepted an invitation to play in Chicago at the Joseph Urban Room at the Congress Hotel.
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307. Around this time, Elton John publicly announced that he was bisexual.
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308. In 1952 Lou Williams accepted an offer to perform in England and ended up staying in Europe for two years.
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309. John Williams composed the score for eight of the top twenty highest-grossing films at the US box office.
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311. Miles Davis credited Tyson with helping his recovery, which involved exercise, piano playing, and visits to spas.
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313. Orson Welles became executive producer at the theatre and earned praise from the actors he and Houseman employed.
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314. Ira Gershwin contributed to the Schuyler Greene and Louis Silvers score of "Fascination", from the picture of the same name.
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315. In 1945, Lou Williams composed the Zodiac Suite, a 12-movement work based on an astrological theme.
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316. Ira Gershwin lived with his wife on the fourth floor.
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318. Elton John worked with lyricist Gary Osborne for his 1978 release A Single Man, and in 1977 he realized his dream of recording with legendary Philadelphia soul producer Thom Bell.
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323. Miles Davis became the band's musical director, which involved hiring musicians and scheduling rehearsal.
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324. In November 1977, Elton John announced he was retiring from performing; Taupin began collaborating with others.
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325. Miles Davis collaborated with a number of figures from the British post-punk and new wave movements during this period, including Scritti Politti.
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326. At the ceremony, Orson Welles screened two scenes from the nearly finished The Other Side of the Wind.
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327. Charlie Parker dropped out of school at age sixteen to pursue a career in music.
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328. Ira Gershwin enjoyed playing games and roller-skating with his friends in the city streets.
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