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Billy Jones (footballer Born 1987) - Club Career - Crewe Alexandra
... Born in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, Jones joined Crewe as a trainee at a young age following a recommendation to then-manager Dario Gradi by former Crewe ... Jones worked his way through the Crewe Academy ranks on in 2003 Jones signed his first professional contract for the club ... Jones went onto to play a further 26 league games, which also included his first goal for the club against Wigan Athletic, which later won the "Goal of the Season" award ...
Angus T. Jones - Charity Work
... On June 7, 2008, Jones joined other stars including Dakota Fanning, Cuba Gooding Jr ... In August 2008, Jones joined other stars such as Madeline Zima, Thom Barry, and Brandon Barash at the annual "Rock 'N Roll Fantasy Camp." On October 4, 2008, Jones joined Miranda ... In October 2009, Two and a Half Men co-star Jon Cryer presented Jones with the award for the Rising Star of 2009 at the Big Brothers Big Sisters Rising Star Gala ...
The Stone Roses - History - Formation and Early Releases (1983–1988)
... selling his bass guitar to buy a scooter, and Wolstencroft joined the pre-Smiths band The Freak Party ... Brown joined The Waterfront in late 1983, for a time sharing vocals with Kaiser ... Howard Jones, who had recently left his job as manager of The Haçienda, producer Martin Hannett, and Tim Chambers agreed to work with the band on an album, setting up Thin Line Records to ...

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