Bedrock Records is an English record label for trance and techno started by Nick Muir and John Digweed. Its name comes from a nightclub in London, called Bedrock. Bedrock Records has released many singles from artists such as Astro & Glyde, Brancaccio & Aisher, Steve Lawler, Shmuel Flash, Steve Porter, Guy J, Henry Saiz, Stelios Vassiloudis, Electric Rescue, The Japanese Popstars and Jerry Bonham. Bedrock is the name that Digweed and Muir use as their production moniker. Bedrock in the past had different Sub-labels: B _ Rock and Black, it has Bedrock Digital and one called Lost & Found belonging to Guy J. Lists of record labels List of electronic music record labels Official site Bedrock Records discography at Discogs
The 2016–17 Melbourne Renegades season is the sixth in the club's history. Coached by Andrew McDonald and captained by Aaron Finch, they competed in the BBL's 2016–17 season; the top four teams qualified for the semi finals. Last updated: 27 December 2017 The following is the Renegades men squad for the 2016–17 Big Bash League season as of 6 January 2017. Source: ESPNcricinfo, 22 January 2017 Source: ESPNcricinfo, 22 January 2017. BBL games are broadcast in Australia by the free-to-air Network Ten. Following are the television ratings for the Melbourne Renegades's 2016–17 BBL season matches in Australia. Official website of the Melbourne Renegades Official website of the Big Bash League
Game is a 1993 Indian Bollywood action crime drama film directed by Anil Mattoo and produced by Romesh Sharma and starring Naseeruddin Shah, Aditya Pancholi, Rahul Roy and Sangeeta Bijlani in the pivotal roles. Naseeruddin Shah as Vikram Aditya Pancholi as Raja Rahul Roy as Vijay Sangeeta Bijlani as Advocate Shraddha Suresh Oberoi as Inspector Pawar Kulbhushan Kharbanda as Barrister Singh Chowdhry Kiran Kumar as Qamaal Khan Mahesh Anand as Afzal Khan Alok Nath as Inspector Patil Mahavir Shah as Peter D'Souza Arjun as Raghu Pankaj Berry as Ajay Arun Bakshi as Vikram's father Rita Bhaduri as Vikram's mother Abhijeet Sandhu as Young Vikram Johnny Lever as Jaggu Dolly Minhas as Meghna Rajesh Puri as Nachani Builder Jalees Sherwani as Ayub Khan Tiku Talsania as Kamal Game on IMDb
Number Ten is the tenth studio album released by Guy Manning. Ships The Final Chapter An Ordinary Day Bloody Holiday! Valentine's Night A Road Less Travelled Another Lazy Sunday The House On The Hill All words and music written by Guy Manning except the section in "The House On The Hill" Guy Manning: Acoustic 6,12 & Classical and Electric Guitars, Bass, Bouzouki and Vocals David Million: Electric Guitar Laura Fowles: Alto Sax and Vocals Ian'Walter' Fairbairn: Fiddle Phil Wilkes: Keyboards Kris Hudson-Lee: Bass Julie King: Vocals Kev Currie: Vocals Ed Neidhardt: Soprano Sax and Bass Clarinet Hannah Hudson-Lee: Vocals Danny Rhodes: Additional Drums Andy Tillison:Keyboards and Drums Steve Dundon: Flute and Tenor Sax Pav Chana: Percussion Number Ten at Guy Manning website 2010 interview Related Album Reviews listed at Guy Manning website Related Interviews listed at Guy Manning website
Joshua Charles Pence is an American actor. Pence was born in California, his father is a real estate agent and his mother is an elementary school teacher. He attended Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire where he was a member of Psi Upsilon fraternity, he moved to Los Angeles in 2007, stayed due to career changes. Pence first appeared in the 2006 film The Good Shepherd in an uncredited role as Bonesman. Pence appeared in the 2010 film The Social Network as Tyler Winklevoss, alongside Armie Hammer. Pence played the part of Tyler Winklevoss during filming and Hammer's face was grafted onto Pence's body in post-production to create the illusion of identical twins. Split-screen photography was used, he played Cameron Winklevoss in certain scenes, for particular setups. Pence appears in a separate cameo role elsewhere in the film. In 2012, Pence portrayed a naval petty officer alongside Liam Neeson. In June 2012, Pence signed on as an ambassador to global aid agency Mercy Corps, blogging for The Huffington Post about his first trip to Haiti.
Pence appeared in the 2013 crime film Gangster Squad as Daryl Gates, as well as in the 2014 sports drama film Draft Day. Pence is part of the main cast of Freeform‘s spin-off of The Fosters, Good Trouble, he plays Dennis. Josh Pence on IMDb
Anne Donnellan was an Irish promoter of literature and the arts, literary critic. She has been referred to as an Irish "proto Bluestocking." Anne Donnellan was born around 1700, the daughter of Nehemiah Donnellan and his estranged second wife, Martha Donnellan. There is no record of Donnellan's birth or baptism, but records state that she was in her late twenties in 1729, her mother remarried in 1712 or 1713, Philip Perceval, from 1727 Donnellan lived with them in Middlesex. She would return to Ireland, sometimes for years at a time; when her sister, married Robert Clayton in 1728, he gave Catherine's dowry to Donnellan which gave her financial independence. Her brother Christopher supported her. Donnellan never married, but her friend Elizabeth Montagu wrote in a letter that Donnellan had refused a proposal from George Berkeley. Donnellan was friends with a number of the most prominent figures in music and literature. Mary Barber included some of Donnellan's verse in her volume Poems on several occasions.
Jonathan Swift nicknamed her "the siren", in a letter to him she described herself as "an asserter of the rights and privileges of women." Donnellan was a talented musician, renowned for her singing which earned her the pet name "Phill" or "Philomel". She was friend of George Frideric Handel, most meeting him at a social gathering hosted by her close companion, Mary Delany. Donnellan and Delany were in the small audience hearing the first rehearsals of Handel's Alcina and Imeneo operas. Handel left Donnellan £50 in his will, she was associated with the nascent Bluestockings group through her friendship with Montagu. She encouraged Montagu to continue with her education, it does not appear that Donnellan aspired to be a published writer, she was engaged in the criticism of the unpublished works of others. After meeting Samuel Richardson in 1750, they became frequent correspondents and close friends, with both of them leaving a bequest of mourning rings in their respective wills; when she visited Dublin in 1751, Richardson sought her advice on his History of Sir Charles Grandison.
She suffered an unnamed illness in 1733 to 1734 which caused her pains in her legs. Donnellan's siblings died in quick succession in 1751 and 1752, which resulted in trauma due to disputes over their wills. Following this her health declined and she died on 21 May 1762 at Hanover Square, Middlesex, she left a bequest of a quarter of her assets, £1,243, to Trinity College Dublin, to be used to promote "religious learning and good manners." The money was used to begin an annual divinity lecture series, the Donnellan lectures, which were the College's first public lecture series. A list of these lectures from 1795 to 1945 was published in the Trinity College record in 1951. In 1731, she was painted in a family groups of the Wesleys by William Hogarth. A miniature of Donnellan from 1751 painted by Rupert Barber is held in the collections of the Ulster Museum; the miniature of Donnellan held in the Ulster Museum