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Byrd

1. Richard Evelyn. 1888--1957, US rear admiral, aviator, and polar explorer
2. William. 1543--1623, English composer and organist, noted for his madrigals, masses, and music for virginals
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Central region ambassador Paddy Cush, 20, is relishing his new role and has already been out and about, attending the Central BYRDS roadshow where he chatted to riders, answered any questions and rode through the A Squad test on his more experienced ride, Lord of the Rings V.
In December a manager at Aaron's came to the Byrd's house and claimed they were in default on their lease agreement  and demanded the computer back.
Atherstone were now looking ragged at the back and two minutes from time Byrd snatched the match ball and in stoppage time Togwell scored the pick of the six with a thunderous 30-yard shot that gave Courtney Belford no chance.
The Byrds pioneered psychedelic and space rock, incorporating the sounds of John Coltrane and Ravi Shankar.
Within the next five years, the Byrds plan to take their company national by opening additional offices in other major metropolitan cities.
At one point he claims the Byrds were the third most influential band ever, behind the Beatles and the Rolling Stones, an assertion that readers will be thrilled to encounter, no matter their opinion of the group, since it's at least promising fodder for a good argument.
This is a band who sound a bit like Neil Young or The Byrds, but who probably got there via The Flaming Lips and Mercury Rev, both of whom swear by their copies of Young's After The Goldrush and Comes A Time.
Alone on stage is the founder of the legendary Byrds.
And it's also the second induction for David Crosby, who also was elected as a member of The Byrds.
(Some of OME's upper-end models also feature 23.5-karat gold plating.) Past and present OME clients add up to a virtual who's who of the banjo, including Gram Parsons, the Byrds' Roger McGuinn, and local legend Pete Wernick.
The most famous case of body-snatching in the history of rock 'n' roll is that of Gram Parsons, the highly regarded singer and guitarist who played with the Byrds and the Flying Burrito Brothers and influenced the Rolling Stones and the Eagles, among others.
The Byrds: Live at The Fillmore-February 1969 (Columbia/Legacy CK 65910)