Common Kings are an American/Hawaiian reggae band from Orange County, California. The band's debut album, Lost in Paradise, was nominated for a Grammy Award; the band comprises'Jr. King', Uncle Lui, Big Rome, they formed while studying at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, began recording in 2011. After releasing two EPs in 2013, they toured Australia and New Zealand as a support act on Justin Timberlake's'The 20/20 Experience World Tour' in 2014, they signed to Island Empire Records, who issued the 2015 EP Hits & Mrs. which peaked at number 2. Their 2017 album Lost in Paradise received a Grammy Award nomination in the Best Reggae Album category, topped the Billboard Reggae Albums chart, their 2018 EP, One Day, reached number 2 on the chart. #Weontour Soundtrack EP Summer Anthem EP Hits & Mrs. EP Lost in Paradise One Day EP Official website
Pietro Forquet is an Italian bridge player, one of the most famous in bridge history. He won 15 World championship titles with the Blue Team, playing with Eugenio Chiaradia, Guglielmo Siniscalco and, for the most part, Benito Garozzo. Apart from his excellent play, he was renowned for his nerves of steel. Forquet and Garozzo wrote a book on the Blue Club bidding system, the 1950s Neapolitan system as modified by their partnership, published in English as The Italian Blue Team bridge book. In 1971 he wrote Gioca con il Blue Team, published in English as Bridge with the Blue Team, considered to be the world's best collection of fascinating bridge deals; the Italian Blue Team bridge book, Benito Garozzo and Forquet with Enzo Mingoni, 274 pp. OCLC 77773. 150 smazzate giocate dal vero A Chinese-language edition of Gioca con il Blue Team was published in 1990, Lan dui qiao pai. OCLC 424718859 World championshipsForquet won 15 world championships, all as one of six players on the Italy open team-of-four.
Bermuda Bowl 1957, 1958, 1959, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1969, 1973, 1974 World Open Team Olympiad 1964, 1968, 1972Runners-up Bermuda Bowl 1951, 1976 Olympiad 1976European championshipsEuropean Open Teams 1951, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959Runners-up: none "International record for Pietro Forquet". World Bridge Federation. "Pietro Forquet" at BridgeBum "Benito Garozzo" at BridgeBum Pietro Forquet at Library of Congress Authorities, with 3 catalogue records