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... From February through April 2004, Aiken and Kelly Clarkson embarked on the "Independent Tour" as co-headliners ... Following this tour, he was scheduled for a few summer solo tour dates, but demand ultimately led to the booking of 50 dates across the United States, resulting in what many fans ... Disney (Buena Vista) was the exclusive sponsor of this unnamed summer tour, promoting their Aladdin Special Edition 2-Disc DVD with a preview of Aiken's ...
... inspired by Vince Guaraldi's compositions from A Charlie Brown Christmas "Darlin' (Christmas Is Coming)" was performed live as far back as the 2001 Christmas tour as a straight mid-tempo folk/p ... into a swing-style arrangement and performed this way on the 2006 tour ... "All I Ever Get For Christmas Is Blue" was first performed live on the 2001 Christmas tour, and was regularly performed on each subsequent Christmas tour ...
... original Madness guitarist Chris Foreman, who had re-joined the band in time for the 2006 Christmas tour, but had not participated in the original recording of the song ... that the newly reformed The Specials would make an appearance after finishing their reunion tour ... Dammers would support Madness again during their 2009 Christmas tour, when he opened each night with a DJ set ...
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“Do you know I believe that [William Jennings] Bryan will force his nomination on the Democrats again. I believe he will either do this by advocating Prohibition, or else he will run on a Prohibition platform independent of the Democrats. But you will see that the year before the election he will organize a mammoth lecture tour and will make Prohibition the leading note of every address.”
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“she in the kitchen
aproned young and lovely wanting my baby
and so happy about me she burns the roast beef
and comes crying to me and I get up from my big papa chair
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