Oliver, Joe

Oliver, Joe “King”

(1885–1938) jazz musician; born in Louisiana. Raised in New Orleans, he was a cornetist and a pioneer of jazz. He relocated to Chicago in 1919 and by 1923 his band, which included his protégé Louis Armstrong, had become the most influential in jazz. He continued to lead groups on an intermittent basis until 1935.
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Princethorpe's relay runners and other competing team members were: Ben Oliver, Joe Ryan, Mikey Redmile, Devon Christie, Flora Courtney and Kia Kitching.
Reuben Oliver, Joe Hughes, James Hollingsworth and Jack Colmer (2) gave the Blue and Whites the points.
Love, Philip, Carol, Helen, Caroline, Colin, Paul, Christopher, Lucy, Kristin, Oliver, Joe and Georgina.
Front: Jordan Grace, Jonathan Boddy, Milo Brown, Tom Ramsden, Will Porteus (zyhudd181010johnker) CLOSE QUARTERS: St John Fisher''s Niall Shaw (green) blocks Muli Simpassa''s route to goal, but the Wyke striker bagged a hat trick in their Under 16 Division I victory (zyhudd181010mulker) POWERING ALONG: Wyke Wanderers are second in the RCD League Under 16 Division I (back, from left) Steve Vickers (manager), Peter Booth, Ryan Mahoney, Tom Bolder, Levi Pedder, Harry Oliver, Joe Vickers, Reece Gorman, Adam Porter, Mike Winnard (manager).
This year's campaign has the backing of an array of big names, including Jamie Oliver, Joe Cole, Sir Alan Sugar, Sir Trevor McDonald and Amir Khan.
BORN 14 Oliver, Joe R R 6-3 220 7/24/65 20 Posada, Jorge S R 6-2 205 8/17/71 No.
Back row left to right: unknown, Joe Greirson, Mick O'Brien, Gordon Sheffield, Les Fysh, Ian Oatway, unknown first name Smith, Dave Oliver, Joe unknown surname and Colin Hatton.