Christian Howes (musician)

Christian Howes is an American musician and composer. He is an associate professor at the Berklee College of Music, his artistic collaborators have included Les Paul and Greg Osby, his sponsors have included Yamaha. The 2009 Down Beat Critics' Poll ranked Howes at #2 under "Rising Stars/Violin"; the Minneapolis-St. Paul Star-Tribune called him "the finest, fieriest jazz violinist since Billy Bang". In 2011 Howes was awarded. Jazz on Sale Jazz Fiddle Revolution Heartfelt Out of the Blue with Robben Ford Southern Exposure American Spirit Official website Christian Howes at Resonance Records

Thomas Hallam

Thomas Haydn Hallam was an English cricketer who played first-class cricket for Derbyshire in 1906 and 1907. Hallam was born at Derbyshire. A right-hand batsman, he made his debut for Derbyshire in the 1906 season in August against Hampshire but made little impact. However, in his second match, against Warwickshire, he scored 68 in the first innings and 45 in the second, his scores in his remaining four games in the season were more modest. He played four games in the 1907 season, only in the first did he score in double figures. Hallam emigrated to New Zealand in 1920. In 1921 he played two games for Wairarapa in the Hawke Cup. From 1923 to 1948 he was the groundsman at the Test ground in Christchurch, he died in Christchurch at the age of 77. Thomas Hallam at CricketArchive Thomas Hallam at ESPNcricinfo