Ayers is a surname and may refer to:

  • A.D. Ayers, National League umpire
  • Edward L. Ayers, president of the University of Richmond
  • Eli Ayers, first colonial agent of the American Colonization Society
  • Henry Ayers, former Premier of South Australia
  • Kevin Ayers, British rock singer
  • Michael R. Ayers, British philosopher
  • Nathaniel Ayers, schizophrenic musician whose life was used as a basis for the movie The Soloist starring Jamie Foxx and Robert Downey, Jr.
  • Randy Ayers, U.S. basketball coach
  • Ron Ayers, British aeronautical engineer and designer of ThrustSSC
  • Roy Ayers, funk, soul and jazz vibraphone player
  • Rufus A. Ayers, Virginia lawyer, businessman, and politician, who served as Attorney General of Virginia
  • Thomas G. Ayers, Chicago businessman, philanthropist, and father of Bill Ayers
  • Bill Ayers, a professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago and a former member of the revolutionary organization Weather Underground

It may also refer to:

  • Ayers Music Publishing Company, a fictional company in Ayn Rand's novel Atlas Shrugged

Or the place:

  • Uluru, also called "Ayers Rock", a large rock formation in central Australia named after the aforementioned Premier of South Australia
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Stranger In Blue Suede Shoes - 1976 Reissue
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Stranger In Blue Suede Shoes - Track Listing
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List Of Northwestern University Buildings - Evanston Campus - Other - Ayers College of Commerce & Industry
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Star (Kevin Ayers Song)
... "Star" was the second Kevin Ayers single issued to promote his 1976 album, Yes We Have No Mañanas (So Get Your Mañanas Today) ... Ayers would not release another single in the UK for three years ...
Strange Fruit (film) - Cast
... as William Boyals Berlinda Tolbert as Emma Ayers David Raibon as Duane Ayers Christopher Warren as Cedric Sam Jones as Sheriff Jensey Vergil J ... as Manny Harace Carpenter as Buddy Bleu Leon Morenzie as Walter Durant Ron Allen as Kelvin Ayers Walt Turner as Jerry West Wilbert Lewis as Preacher Gavin Lewis as André Carlo Daquin ...