Thompson, Bob

Thompson, Bob

(1937–66) painter; born in Louisville, Ky. He studied at the Boston Museum School (1955), the University of Louisville (1955–58), traveled extensively, and lived in many places including New York and Paris. A surrealist artist, he died of a lung hemorrhage when he was 29 years old.
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In 1973, however, original members Roger Hodgson and Rick Davies reformed the band, bringing in Dougie Thompson, Bob Siebenberg and John Anthony Helliwell.
He cites key influences as John Martyn, Richard Thompson, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Leonard Cohen, Nick Drake and Tom Waits who have all helped mould his unique sound over the years.
Pictured with organiser John Daykin (centre) are Allan Thompson, Bob Whitfield, Richard Bentley, Steve Kenworthy, Jeremy Muff, Ken Strutt, Robert Hitchen and Roy Nicholson
With: Greg Kinnea,, Alan Arkin, Billy Crudup, David Harbour, Lea Thompson, Bob Balaban, Michelle Arthur.
Dale Morris, Warren Mulkey, William Murphy, Jim Nolan, Mark Osadchuk, David Sheehan, Paul Somerville, Dave Stotz, Scott Summers, Mike Thiele, George Thompson, Bob Westphal and Tom White.
LOYALIST BURIAL SITE PLAQUE: With a grant from UELAC, plaques were designed and placed at three local cemeteries by Cathy Thompson and Marilyn Haslinger assisted by Don Thompson, Bob and Monica McCarey and Bill and Carol Terry.
AI Magazine was shaped by past editors Alan Thompson, Bob Engelmore, Ramesh Patil, Elaine Rich, and Jude Shavlik, and was guided by managing editors Lou Robinson, Claudia Mazzetti, Ellie Engelmore, and Mike Hamilton, with Mike Hamilton's role spanning multiple editorships and continuing today.
I caught up with Alex, Paul Thompson, Bob Hardy and Nick McCarthy backstage at Cardiff's International Arena after the sensational gig.
Eal of a band: On; set, right, l-r, Paul Thompson, Bob Hardy, Alex Kapranos, and Nick McCarthy and on train at Ealing, left; PICTURES: John Wright; Inspiration: Alec Guinness and Dennis Price in Kind Hearts and Coronets, below, and more scenes from the video, above; Legend: Joe Meek
Michel Thomas, who has taught foreign languages to stars including Emma Thompson, Bob Dylan and Woody Allen, said the report should encourage more people to take up languages.
During Rangers' recent four-game unbeaten run the likes of Steven Thompson, Bob Malcolm, Stephen Hughes and Ross have all come to the fore - and the benefits have been clear to see with the transformation of fortunes on the pitch.
Dale Morris, William Murphy, Jim Nolan, Charles Price, Harold Price, David Sheehan, Paul Somerville, Dave Stotz, Scott Summers, Mike Thiele, George Thompson, Bob Westphal and Tom White.