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cole

any of various plants of the genus Brassica, such as the cabbage and rape

Cole

Nat 'King', real name Nathaniel Adams Cole. 1917--65, US popular singer and jazz pianist
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Agrego que gran parte de su inspiracion y aprendizaje se lo debe a Nat King Cole y Frank Sinatra, y no imagina una vida sin ellos, porque "seria como manejar un automovil sin senalamientos en la carretera".
Now in addition to the Nat King Cole mural, community park and recently designated historic home; we are honored that Nat King Cole Generation Hope is sharing Cole's legacy with Chicago through its mission to provide music education to children with the greatest need and fewest resources," Casey and Timolin Cole.
Nat's unique, smoky voice and superb piano playing on The Ultimate Nat King Cole is present on Route 66, Unforgettable, Stardust, Let There Be Love and Smile.
Andy, who achieved fame on ITV's The X Factor, will take his Nat King Cole Songbook tour to theatres throughout the UK, including a date at Cannock's Prince of Wales Theatre tonight.
The Platinum-selling artist, who achieved fame as runner-up on the X Factor in 2005, will take his Nat King Cole Songbook tour to theatres throughout the UK during April, May and June.
Nat King Cole was an original, selling in excess of 30 million records during his career.
NATALIE COLE, the Grammy-winning daughter of Nat King Cole, has died, aged 65.
SINGER Natalie Cole, the daughter of jazz legend Nat King Cole who carried on his musical legacy, has died at the age of 65.
In which 1963 song did Nat King Cole sing of 'those days of soda and pretzels and beer'?
Listen to famous names such as Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole, Ray Charles, and B.B.
He confirmed that he was named by his father after the great Jazz artist Nat King Cole.
The people that I've been moved by are singers who have a soulful expression no matter what the genre -- Nat King Cole, Marvin Gaye, Donny Hathaway, Leon Thomas and Andy Bey,'' a fellow jazz vocal album Grammy nominee.