Page, John

Page, John

(1743–1808) U. S. representative, governor; born in Gloucester County, Va. He fought in the French and Indian Wars and in the Revolutionary Army with George Washington before going to Congress (Rep., Va.; 1789–97), and later served as Virginia's governor (1802–05).
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Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones and Jason Bonham, son of the band's late drummer John, were in New York for the screening of Led Zeppelin: Celebration Day, a film about their 2007 reunion gig at the O2 in London.
With: Damon Herriman, Angus Sampson, Anna McGahan, Oliver Ackland, Jamie Kristian, Chrissie Page, John Jarratt.
* Former police officers Paul Stephen, Thomas Page, John Seaford, Michael Daniels, Peter Greenwood, Richard Powell, Paul Jennings and Graham Mouncher were all cleared in the Lynette White case
The Trip (thetripfestival.co.uk) at the Faenol, near Caernarfon, on May 27, has music from DJs Darkstarr Guise to folk legend Beverley Martyn, who has worked with Paul Simon, Jimmy Page, John Martyn and Nick Drake.
''Reviews in Rolling Stone and the New York papers said if you close your eyes it's like Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones and Robert Plant are in the room with you.
GEORGIA--Amanda Burch, Pamela Goddard, Alonzo McMillian, Ben Newman, Terry O'Brien, Jeffrey Page, John Rogers, Marvin Tibbetts, Janice Womack
Robert made a surprise on-stage appearance to mark singer Ricky Cool's 30 years in music and confirmed to Hancock he would not be joining Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones and Jason Bonham on the road.
The Led Zeppelin commentary emphasizes how Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones, and John Bonham collaborated and complemented each other better than the members of most bands.
Shapiro weds seemingly contradictory ideas of regionalism and pluralism in his study of "Appalachian otherness." Concentrating primarily on plantation school author Thomas Nelson Page, John Lowe chooses reunion as his subject and explores the ways that characters of different races were "adopted" into the narratives of Page and Charles Chesnutt.
Either side of him and clubmate Robert Page, John Toshack handed debuts to Swansea's Sam Rickets and Motherwell's David Partridge and later on Danny Collins of Sunderland.
Think of some of the choreographers still active in (primarily) American dance in 1965: Balanchine, Graham, Doris Humphrey, Jerome Robbins, Jose Limon, Merce Cunningham, Donald McKayle, Alwin Nikolais, Agnes de Mille, James Waring, Antony Tudor, Erick Hawkins, Helen Tamiris, Talley Beatty, Murray Louis, Gerald Arpino, Katherine Dunham, Anna Sokolow, Lew Christensen, Taylor, Robert Joffrey, Bob Fosse, Jeff Duncan, Gower Champion, Yvonne Rainer, Michael Kidd, John Taras, Alvin Ailey, Paul Sanasardo, Benjamin Harkarvy, Jacques D'Amboise, Charles Weidman, Ruth Page, John Butler, Glen Tetley, Ruthanna Boris, Pearl Lang, Lucas Hoving, Jack Cole, Eleo Pomare, Bella Lewitzky, and all the dozens of others my random memory (proper apologies proffered) has missed.