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Cliff Bell's

Cliff Bell's is a jazz club in Detroit, Michigan which is located at 2030 Park Ave. It originally opened in 1935, and it is named after John Clifford Bell...

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Cliff Bell

Advocate, Kansas City, Kansas, Friday, May 29, 1925, Page 3, Columns 1 to 5 "Cliff Bell Negro League Statistics & History". baseball-reference.com. Retrieved...

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The Bells (band)

The Five Bells. Members were South African-born sisters Anne and Jackie Ralph as well as Cliff Edwards, Doug Gravelle and Gordie McLeod. Cliff Edwards...

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Hells Bells (song)

Young – rhythm guitar, backing vocals Cliff Williams – bass guitar, backing vocals Phil Rudd – drums "Hells Bells" was used as the entrance music for former...

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Cliff Burton

Solnahallen, Stockholm". setlist.fm. Retrieved 2020-09-27. "Cliff in Our Minds Biography". Cliff in Our Minds. Archived from the original on March 5, 2010...

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Bells Beach, Victoria

there were 130 people in Bells Beach, 88.7% of whom were born in Australia and 94.5% of whom spoke only English at home. Bells Beach is the home of the...

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The Shadows

were at the Six Bells pub in Ruislip in July 1959. From The Story of the Shadows: With a combination of the American situation, Cliff Richard's first...

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Hell's Bells (film)

kicking him off the cliff of Hell at the end of the film. The title means that the events in this film represent a degree of music, as bells is a musical instrument...

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Diving bell

ISBN 0-7262-7631-6. Historical Diving Society: The History of the Diving Bell Historic diving bells Modern diving bells close call rapid depressurisation...

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Cliff Edwards

Clifton Avon "Cliff" Edwards (June 14, 1895 – July 17, 1971), nicknamed "Ukulele Ike", was an American musician, singer and actor, who enjoyed considerable...

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Cliff Bell's

Cliff Bell's is a jazz club in Detroit, Michigan which is located at 2030 Park Ave. It originally opened in 1935, and it is named after John Clifford Bell, an entrepreneur in Detroit in the 1930s. Notable artists such as Marcus Miller have performed at Cliff Bell's. Additionally, The Moth storytelling events are held monthly at Cliff Bell's.It was used as a location in the movie The Ides of March, in a scene where Detroit musician Bob Mervak was briefly shown singing We'll Meet Again. The entrance was also seen in the film Kill the Irishman, filming up Park Avenue.


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