Evergreen, San Jose
Evergreen is a neighborhood and district of San Jose, California. Evergreen is bounded by Tully Road to the north, Capitol Expressway to the west, San Felipe Road to the south and the East Foothills neighborhood on the eastern edge. Evergreen was the site of gliding experiments in 1911 by John J. Montgomery, an important figure in pioneering aeronautics. In his honor the local community has established John J. Montgomery Elementary School, Montgomery Park. Montgomery's last glider, named "The Evergreen", after the San Jose district, was restored by the Smithsonian Institution and is on display at the San Diego Air and Space Museum in San Diego, California. Evergreen is located on the far eastern edge of Santa Clara Valley with the Diablo Range bordering the area to the east; the area is served by East Side Union High School District. Evergreen Valley High School and Silver Creek High School are the primary comprehensive high schools to serve Evergreen. Evergreen Valley College is located near the eastern edge of Evergreen.
Evergreen area is served by two libraries as part of San Jose Public Library System: the Evergreen Branch Library on Aborn Road and Village Square Branch Library at the Village Square. City of San Jose, Council District 8 Evergreen branch of the San Jose Public Library system
Evergreen on the Falls
Evergreen on the Falls known as the Snyder-Carroll House, is an historic 19th century home overlooking the Jones Falls valley and located at Baltimore, United States. It is a 2 1⁄2 - brick mansion in a rural version of the Victorian Italianate style. A serious fire in the early 1970s destroyed most of the interior, it was built about 1860 and was the home of the supervisor of the Mount Vernon Mills, Albert H. Carroll, it is headquarters of the Maryland Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Evergreen on the Falls was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975. Snyder-Carroll House.
Evergreen (Love Theme from A Star Is Born)
"Evergreen" is the theme song from the 1976 film A Star Is Born. It was composed and performed by Barbra Streisand with lyrics by Paul Williams, arranged by Ian Freebairn-Smith; the song was released on the soundtrack album to A Star Is Born. As composers and Williams earned an Academy Award for Best Original Song; the first woman to be so honored as a composer. Streisand earned a Grammy Award for Song of the Year, she and Williams won Golden Globes for Best Original Song. The song's opening couplet, "soft as an easy chair. Williams wrote the "morning air" line first, but told Streisand to "flip those two first lines, because it sings better". In 1997, the track appeared on the tribute album Princess of Wales: Tribute. In the US, the single became Streisand's second number 1 single and spent three weeks at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 and six weeks atop the easy listening chart; this was Streisand's second number-one song on the Hot 100, her third on the adult contemporary chart. In its year-end chart for 1977, Billboard ranked the platinum-certified single, which sold more than 2 million copies, the fourth-biggest single of the year.
In the UK Singles Chart, the song peaked at #3 in 1977. At the 49th Academy Awards the song won the Academy Award for Best Original Song and Barbra Streisand became the only woman in history to win the Academy Award for Best Actress and the Academy Award for Best Original Song. At the 34th Golden Globe Awards the song won the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song. At the 20th Annual Grammy Awards the song was nominated in three categories, winning in two for Best Pop Vocal Performance and Song of the Year tying with "You Light Up My Life"; the song was nominated for Record of the Year. Streisand recorded versions of the song in Spanish, French with lyrics by Eddy Marnay, Italian with lyrics by Luigi Albertelli; the Spanish version was released as a track on the 1996 CD single, "I Finally Found Someone", a Streisand duet with Bryan Adams, on the import CD version of the A Star is Born remastered soundtrack. The French and Italian versions have not yet been released commercially. British singer Hazell Dean recorded a dance version of the song in 1984, reached #63 in the UK Singles Chart.
In 2002, Philippine rap group Salbakuta sampled Streisand's single in their song S2pid Luv. List of Cash Box Top 100 number-one singles of 1977 List of Billboard Hot 100 number-one singles of 1977 List of number-one adult contemporary singles of 1977 Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics
Evergreen (TV series)
Evergreen is a fantasy South Korean television series starring Lee Jong-hyun and Kim So-eun. It aired OCN's Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:00 time slot from March 5 to April 24, 2018 for 16 episodes; the story of two people who fall in love with each other due to a "cupid" possessing magical pollen. Lee Jong-hyun as Oh Soo A promising IT engineer with a PhD in artificial intelligence, he is a cafe owner and barista. Kim So-eun as Seo Yoo-ri A local police officer, her family's breadwinner. Kang Tae-oh as Kim Jin-woo Soo-jeong high school physical education teacher and Yoo-ri's childhood friend. Heo Jung-min as Oh Ga-na Oh Soo's older brother. Park Geun-hyung as Oh Man-soo Oh Soo's grandfather. Lee Hye-ran as Yoon Chae-riA veterinarian. Yoo Il as Park Min-hoYoo-ri's ex-boyfriend. Park Na-ye as Seo Soo-jeongYoo-ri's younger sister. Kim Ho-jung Kim Yeon-seo as Han Hyo-jinA woman who falls in love with for Oh Soo and tries to win him. Choi Dae-chul as CEO Nam Ji-seok Kim Ho-jung as Virgin Bodhisattva Won Ki-joon as Oh Soo's father Ko In-beom Han Bo-reum as TBA Oh Ga-na's girlfriend Filming for the pre-produced series was scheduled to start in December 2017.
In this table, The blue numbers represent the lowest ratings and the red numbers represent the highest ratings. N/A denotes. Note: This drama aired on a cable channel/pay TV which has a smaller audience compared to free-to-air TV/public broadcasters. Evergreen is co-created and to be streamed worldwide by DramaFever. In Indonesia and Malaysia, K+ was On Aired at March 6, 2018 at 21:15 /20:15, That Program Was Within 24 Hours as Korea Telecasting In the Philippines, Asianovela Channel was aired it on March 18, 2019 at 09:00, Early 1 Year Ago on Pay TV Channel - K+ Official website Evergreen at HanCinema Evergreen on IMDb
Black Porch (Acoustic Sessions)
Black Porch is Dark New Day's first Acoustic Sessions EP. It was released on September 2006, by Warner Bros.. Records; the first single, "Follow the Sun Down", from the acoustic EP was sent to radio on July 17, 2006. An electric ballad version of "Breakdown" will be included on the band's sophomore effort, "New Tradition", to be released on February 28, 2012. Brett Hestla: Vocals Clint Lowery: Lead Guitar, Vocals Corey Lowery: Bass, Backing Vocals Troy McLawhorn: Rhythm Guitar, Backing Vocals Will Hunt: Drums, Backing Vocals
Evergreen (Westlife song)
"Evergreen" is a pop song, co-written by Jörgen Elofsson, Per Magnusson and David Kreuger, recorded by Irish boy band Westlife. The song appears on their album World of Our Own, was released as a single only in the Philippines, where it reached number one, it was composed in the traditional verse–chorus form in C major, with Filan and Feehily's vocal ranging from the chords of F#3 to B4. In 2002, the song was chosen to be the winner's single for the first series of Pop Idol and was recorded by the three finalists: Will Young, Gareth Gates and Darius Danesh. During the final, the song was performed by both Gates. Young went on to win the show, released "Evergreen" as a double A-side single, along with "Anything Is Possible", recorded by the final three and performed by the final two; the song was included on Young's debut album, From Now On. Gates' version of the song was released as a B-side to his single, "Unchained Melody". "Evergreen" went straight to the number one spot in the UK Singles Chart and stayed there for three consecutive weeks, before being knocked off the top spot by Gates' debut single, "Unchained Melody".
It was the best-selling song of 2002 and was the fastest-selling debut in UK chart history, selling 403,027 copies on its day of release and over 1.1 million copies by the end of the week. The song went on to sell over 1.79 million copies and in 2012 it appeared 14th in the official list of the all-time best-selling singles in the UK. It was the biggest selling single of the 21st century in the UK until 2015, when it was overtaken by "Happy" by Pharrell Williams. Along with "Happy", it is one of only eight songs to be certified triple Platinum in the UK-the others being Elton John's "Candle in the Wind 1997", Aqua's "Barbie Girl", Cher's "Believe", Mark Ronson's "Uptown Funk" featuring Bruno Mars, Clean Bandit's "Rather Be" featuring Jess Glynne and "Thinking Out Loud" by Ed Sheeran. "Anything Is Possible" "Evergreen" "Evergreen" lyrics
Evergreen (Echo & the Bunnymen album)
Evergreen is the seventh studio album by the English rock band Echo & the Bunnymen. It is their first album since reforming after they disbanded in 1993. Vocalist Ian McCulloch and guitarist Will Sergeant had worked together as Electrafixion before they were rejoined by bassist Les Pattinson under the name Echo & the Bunnymen in early 1997; the album was recorded at Doghouse Studios in Henley-on-Thames and was produced by McCulloch and the band's manager Paul Toogood but was credited to the whole band. Following a successful return to live performances and the release of the single "Nothing Lasts Forever", the album was released in July 1997. Two further singles – "I Want to Be There" and "Don't Let It Get You Down" – followed the album's release; the album received good reviews from the music press and was received well by the public, reaching number eight on the UK Albums Chart. After leaving Echo & the Bunnymen in 1988 to pursue a solo career, vocalist Ian McCulloch released two albums that were not commercial successes.
Despite McCulloch's departure and drummer Pete de Freitas's death, guitarist Will Sergeant and bassist Les Pattinson decided to recruit three new members – Noel Burke, Jake Brockman and Damon Reece – and continue with the same band name, which angered McCulloch. The Bunnymen released one further album, which critics and fans alike received poorly. WEA Records subsequently dropped the group, who went on to break-up in early 1993. McCulloch met former Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr in 1993 and they wrote and recorded an album, tentatively titled Touch Down; the album was to be released in early 1994. Dickins suggested to McCulloch. McCulloch was sceptical because he had not spoken with Sergeant since de Freitas's funeral. Before McCulloch had chance to contact Sergeant, a mutual friend persuaded the pair to meet socially. While McCulloch and Sergeant were being reacquainted, the tapes from the McCulloch and Marr sessions disappeared. McCulloch was not upset about this. With McCulloch influenced by American alternative rock bands such as Nirvana and The Smashing Pumpkins, the group employed a heavier sound than Echo & the Bunnymen's previous work.
After touring the United Kingdom and refusing to play any Echo & the Bunnymen material, Electrafixion released their only album, Burned, in September 1995. Despite critics giving the album good reviews, sales of it and the follow-up singles were disappointing. After embarking on a tour of the United States in 1996, Electrafixion gave in to fan pressure and began to introduce Echo & the Bunnymen material to their live set. Sergeant felt that as the band were playing Echo & the Bunnymen songs, they might as well reform Echo & the Bunnymen. McCulloch changed his mind and, having persuaded Pattinson to come out of retirement, Echo & the Bunnymen was reformed in mid-1996. McCulloch felt Echo & the Bunnymen could not reform without Pattinson and described the bassist's involvement as "integral". McCulloch went on to say it was important to "feel like the original group", he has said, "Right from the first demo we realised that we'd still got that chemistry." The recording of Evergreen started at the beginning of 1997 when Echo & the Bunnymen entered Doghouse Studios in Henley-on-Thames.
The production of the album was undertaken by McCulloch and Paul Toogood, the band's new manager, although it was credited to the band in the liner notes to the album. With Oasis in the next studio, Liam Gallagher contributed backing vocals to the track "Nothing Lasts Forever". McCulloch said, "We just hit it off right away, after a few beers he ended up singing on the record." McCulloch said that Gallagher "insisted we put tambourine on " which "took to another level". Adam Peters, who had worked on the band's 1984 album Ocean Rain, was brought in to provide string arrangements for the album. Using musicians from the London Metropolitan Orchestra, Peters recorded string passages for seven tracks from the album at Abbey Road Studios in London. With Clif Norrell, who had worked with R. E. M. Finishing the mixing of the album, the recording was completed by the end of March 1997; the photograph used on the front cover of the album was shot by Norman Watson, who directed the videos for two of the singles from the album – "Nothing Lasts Forever", to become the lead single from the album, "I Want to Be There".
The cover was shot in Marrakech in early May 1997 and echoes the cover of the band's 1980 debut album Crocodiles. The cover picture shows the band against a backdrop of trees at night. However, in place of the band's former drummer de Freitas, who died in a motorcycle accident, the photograph shows the remaining band members with a car; the live debut of "Nothing Lasts Forever" was at the Cream nightclub in Liverpool in early May 1997 at Echo & the Bunnymen's first concert since reforming. This was followed by two sold-out concerts at the Mercury Lounge in New York and a number of festival appearances in the US, UK and Europe before Evergreen was released on 14 July 1997 by London Records. A limited edition version containing a bonus disc titled History of the Peel Sessions 1979–1997 was released at the same time; the bonus disc contains tracks that were recorded live for John Peel's show on BBC Radio 1 between 1979 and 1997. Following the album, two more singles were released – "I Want to Be There" in September 1997 and "Don't Le