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Cool Country Music Star images

A few nice Country Music Star images I found:

Sadie and the Hotheads – The Forum Hertfordshire – 22-06-12
Country Music Star
Image by sweenpole2001

Late ‘n’ Live Tribute to Nerija: Wilson Dixon
Country Music Star
Image by Diamond Geyser
(C) Isabelle Adam

Cool Country Song images

A few nice Country Song images I found:

Jake Bugg Live Concert @ Botanique Bruxelles-1025
Country Song
Image by Kmeron
Photo by @Kmeron

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Jake Bugg Live Concert @ Botanique Bruxelles-1027
Country Song
Image by Kmeron
Photo by @Kmeron

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Jake Bugg Live Concert @ Botanique Bruxelles-1067
Country Song
Image by Kmeron
Photo by @Kmeron

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Cool Chet Atkins images

Some cool Chet Atkins images:

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Chet Atkins
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Cool Lynn Anderson images

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Lynn Anderson
Image by hoyasmeg
Despite her apprehension, she give skiing a go.

Tiger Cove
Anderson, SC
9/7/12-9/9/12

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Lynn Anderson
Image by hoyasmeg
Despite her apprehension, she give skiing a go.

Tiger Cove
Anderson, SC
9/7/12-9/9/12

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Lynn Anderson
Image by hoyasmeg
Despite her apprehension, she give skiing a go.

Tiger Cove
Anderson, SC
9/7/12-9/9/12

Cool Jim Reeves images

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Jim Reeves
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Jim Reeves
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Jim Reeves
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Cool Marty Robbins images

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Ryman Auditorium
Marty Robbins
Image by cliff1066™
The spot where many famous performers have stood.

Ryman Auditorium
Marty Robbins
Image by cliff1066™
In the meantime, Rev. Jones continued to help raise money to pay off the debt that his zeal had inspired. In 1900, it was announced that Ryman had carried forward the building debt and the interest on it. Four years later, during Ryman’s funeral, Rev. Jones proposed that the Union Gospel Tabernacle be renamed the Ryman Auditorium in honor of the man who perhaps did more to make the building a reality than any other individual. The proposal was approved unanimously.

Cool Kenny Rogers images

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Kenny Rogers
Kenny Rogers
Image by Eva Rinaldi Celebrity and Live Music Photographer
Country music legend Kenny Rogers performs State Theatre, Sydney; Australian music legend John Williamson supports…

Kenny Rogers is an American singer-songwriter, record producer, actor, photographer and entrepreneur.

He has been most successful with country audiences and has charted more than 120 hit singles across various music genres and topping the country and pop album charts for more than 200 individual weeks in the United States alone.

Tonight Rogers performed to an appreciative Australian audience at the famous State Theatre in Sydney.

He was supported by Australian country legend John Williamson and I couldn’t think of a better support in the world, but there can be little doubt that the majority of people were there to see Rogers.

Both artists engaged with the audience, as only season veterans could do. Rogers even got into a money throwing act with a fan.

Rogers is one of very few artists who have enjoyed successful careers in such a variety of genres – jazz, folk, rock, country and pop. Houston-born Rogers formed his first band while in high school in 1956 – a rockabilly group called The Scholars (they performed on American Bandstand) – and has never quit making music. He played stand-up bass in the jazz group the Bobby Doyle Trio, and later became a member of the popular folk group, The New Christy Minstrels. The spotlight started focusing on Rogers when his group, The First Edition, scored their first hit, "I Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In), which was followed by the pop and country chart success of "Ruby, Don’t Take Your Love To Town."

Rogers’ solo career shot into the stratosphere with the #1 hit, "Lucille," which was named the CMA’s Single of the Year and was certified Gold. "Daytime Friends," "Sweet Music Man," and "Love Or Something Like It" continued his run of success. Then came "The Gambler," a story song so vivid it not only delighted country and pop fans, it also became a TV movie, starring Rogers himself in the title role. The movie spawned four follow-ups, making it the longest running miniseries franchise on television. The five Gambler mini-series have attracted over 100 million viewers nationwide and launched a second career for Rogers as an actor on television and movies.

News…

Kenny Rogers autobiography out in October…

With Rogers 50 years of performing and 120 million album sales, there’s a lot to write about.

He says "It stirs up certain emotions that you’d forgotten about. Particularly when your life has been as busy as mine – it’s kind of hard to keep up with things"

"I must admit I enjoyed writing it. I enjoyed that process. I don’t know that I’d want to do it again."

More News…

The pinnacle of his career is in the late 1970s to ’80s and includes hits such as The Gambler, Lucille, Coward of the County and, with Dolly Parton, Islands In the Stream. He has had 24 No.1 hits.

"Once I started with Lucille [in 1977], it was like an indescribable career for anybody, so you have a look at that and say: how can you not have enjoyed that?" Rogers says. "But I have to tell ya: too much success is not good either. I’m at a great place right now where I sign enough autographs to satisfy my ego, but not so many that it invades my privacy."

In 2009 Rogers did widespread touring under the anniversary banner The First Fifty Years. He still performs or records about 100 days annually. But turning 74 next week, with a much younger wife and twin eight-year-old boys at his home in Atlanta, he expects his Australian concerts will be his last here.

"This is probably gonna be my last international tour," he says. It’s because his family can’t be with him. "So I think when I come back … that’s gonna be it. I’m gonna stay home then.

"I’ll continue to tour the States. I’d just like to be able to get home [more] so I can spend what I think is quality time with the boys … I really wanna be there for ’em instead of being gone all the time."

Rogers has said his one regret is the toll his pursuit of success had on his relationships. But "I don’t want to go back and rehash things that I was honest about and paid the price for. I don’t want to pay it again."

Kenny Rogers will also play at the State Theatre tomorrow night, again supported by John Williamson.

If Rogers other performances down under in Australia are anything like tonight’s, fans are in for a massive treat from this true music legend, and his new Aussie legend mate.

Australian Tour Dates…

SYDNEY, NSW AUSTRALIA
August 16, 2012 9:00 p.m.
State Theatre
With Special Guest John Williamson

DARWIN, NORTHERN TERRITORY AUSTRALIA
August 18, 2012 9:45 p.m.
Darwin Festival
George Brown Botanic Gardens
With Special Guest Sara Storer

PERTH, AUSTRALIA
August 21, 2012 9:00 p.m.
Riverside Theatre
Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre
With Special Guest Troy Cassar Daley

MELBOURNE, VIC AUSTRALIA
August 23, 2012 9:00 p.m.
Palais Theatre
With Special Guest Troy Cassar Daley

NEWCASTLE, NSW AUSTRALIA
August 24, 2012 8:00 p.m.
Newcastle Entertainment Centre
With Special Guest Lee Kernaghan

GYMPIE, QUEENSLAND AUSTRALIA
August 26, 2012 8:00 p.m.
Gympie Music Muster

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA
August 29, 2012 9:00 p.m.
Adelaide Entertainment Centre
With Special Guest Beccy Cole

Websites

Kenny Rogers official website
www.kennyrogers.com

John Williamson official website
www.johnwilliamson.com.au

State Theatre
www.statetheatre.com.au

Eva Rinaldi Photography Flickr
www.flickr.com/evarinaldiphotography

Eva Rinaldi Photography
www.evarinaldi.com

Music News Australia
www.musicnewsaustralia.com

Kenny Rogers
Kenny Rogers
Image by Eva Rinaldi Celebrity and Live Music Photographer
Country music legend Kenny Rogers performs State Theatre, Sydney; Australian music legend John Williamson supports…

Kenny Rogers is an American singer-songwriter, record producer, actor, photographer and entrepreneur.

He has been most successful with country audiences and has charted more than 120 hit singles across various music genres and topping the country and pop album charts for more than 200 individual weeks in the United States alone.

Tonight Rogers performed to an appreciative Australian audience at the famous State Theatre in Sydney.

He was supported by Australian country legend John Williamson and I couldn’t think of a better support in the world, but there can be little doubt that the majority of people were there to see Rogers.

Both artists engaged with the audience, as only season veterans could do. Rogers even got into a money throwing act with a fan.

Rogers is one of very few artists who have enjoyed successful careers in such a variety of genres – jazz, folk, rock, country and pop. Houston-born Rogers formed his first band while in high school in 1956 – a rockabilly group called The Scholars (they performed on American Bandstand) – and has never quit making music. He played stand-up bass in the jazz group the Bobby Doyle Trio, and later became a member of the popular folk group, The New Christy Minstrels. The spotlight started focusing on Rogers when his group, The First Edition, scored their first hit, "I Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In), which was followed by the pop and country chart success of "Ruby, Don’t Take Your Love To Town."

Rogers’ solo career shot into the stratosphere with the #1 hit, "Lucille," which was named the CMA’s Single of the Year and was certified Gold. "Daytime Friends," "Sweet Music Man," and "Love Or Something Like It" continued his run of success. Then came "The Gambler," a story song so vivid it not only delighted country and pop fans, it also became a TV movie, starring Rogers himself in the title role. The movie spawned four follow-ups, making it the longest running miniseries franchise on television. The five Gambler mini-series have attracted over 100 million viewers nationwide and launched a second career for Rogers as an actor on television and movies.

News…

Kenny Rogers autobiography out in October…

With Rogers 50 years of performing and 120 million album sales, there’s a lot to write about.

He says "It stirs up certain emotions that you’d forgotten about. Particularly when your life has been as busy as mine – it’s kind of hard to keep up with things"

"I must admit I enjoyed writing it. I enjoyed that process. I don’t know that I’d want to do it again."

More News…

The pinnacle of his career is in the late 1970s to ’80s and includes hits such as The Gambler, Lucille, Coward of the County and, with Dolly Parton, Islands In the Stream. He has had 24 No.1 hits.

"Once I started with Lucille [in 1977], it was like an indescribable career for anybody, so you have a look at that and say: how can you not have enjoyed that?" Rogers says. "But I have to tell ya: too much success is not good either. I’m at a great place right now where I sign enough autographs to satisfy my ego, but not so many that it invades my privacy."

In 2009 Rogers did widespread touring under the anniversary banner The First Fifty Years. He still performs or records about 100 days annually. But turning 74 next week, with a much younger wife and twin eight-year-old boys at his home in Atlanta, he expects his Australian concerts will be his last here.

"This is probably gonna be my last international tour," he says. It’s because his family can’t be with him. "So I think when I come back … that’s gonna be it. I’m gonna stay home then.

"I’ll continue to tour the States. I’d just like to be able to get home [more] so I can spend what I think is quality time with the boys … I really wanna be there for ’em instead of being gone all the time."

Rogers has said his one regret is the toll his pursuit of success had on his relationships. But "I don’t want to go back and rehash things that I was honest about and paid the price for. I don’t want to pay it again."

Kenny Rogers will also play at the State Theatre tomorrow night, again supported by John Williamson.

If Rogers other performances down under in Australia are anything like tonight’s, fans are in for a massive treat from this true music legend, and his new Aussie legend mate.

Australian Tour Dates…

SYDNEY, NSW AUSTRALIA
August 16, 2012 9:00 p.m.
State Theatre
With Special Guest John Williamson

DARWIN, NORTHERN TERRITORY AUSTRALIA
August 18, 2012 9:45 p.m.
Darwin Festival
George Brown Botanic Gardens
With Special Guest Sara Storer

PERTH, AUSTRALIA
August 21, 2012 9:00 p.m.
Riverside Theatre
Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre
With Special Guest Troy Cassar Daley

MELBOURNE, VIC AUSTRALIA
August 23, 2012 9:00 p.m.
Palais Theatre
With Special Guest Troy Cassar Daley

NEWCASTLE, NSW AUSTRALIA
August 24, 2012 8:00 p.m.
Newcastle Entertainment Centre
With Special Guest Lee Kernaghan

GYMPIE, QUEENSLAND AUSTRALIA
August 26, 2012 8:00 p.m.
Gympie Music Muster

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA
August 29, 2012 9:00 p.m.
Adelaide Entertainment Centre
With Special Guest Beccy Cole

Websites

Kenny Rogers official website
www.kennyrogers.com

John Williamson official website
www.johnwilliamson.com.au

State Theatre
www.statetheatre.com.au

Eva Rinaldi Photography Flickr
www.flickr.com/evarinaldiphotography

Eva Rinaldi Photography
www.evarinaldi.com

Music News Australia
www.musicnewsaustralia.com

Cool Taylor Swift images

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Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift
Image by Eva Rinaldi Celebrity and Live Music Photographer
Taylor Swift Speak Now Tour Hots Sydney, Australia

You might have heard that Taylor Swift was spotted taking in the view of Sydney yesterday, including even catching a harbour cruise with her friends and family.

Taylor is currently on tour in Australia, and has been hard to spot as she’s been doing the rounds.

The Aussie press spotted her boarding a boat in Sydney Harbour for an evening cruise.

Taylor’s first Sydney took place tonight at a jam packed Allphones Arena.

The costumes and set were amazing, as a largely teenage girl audience of 14,000 or so cheered and screamed to their teen idol.

Taylor seemed to love playing to the full Allphones Arena, playing five different guitars, two banjos, the piano and a ukele. We also counted at least four different costume changes.

The country music icon is known for writing "13" on her hand before each show because it’s her lucky number. Dozens of ’13’ signs were in the crowd, and some young ladies wrote it on their bodies also.

Taylor told the press "I was born on the 13th. My first album went gold in 13 weeks. My first No.1 song had a 13-second intro and every time I’ve won an award I’ve been seated in either the 13th seat, the 13th row, the 13th section or row M, which is the 13th letter," she has previously said.

We wish Taylor well on her amazing career to date and hope she enjoys the rest of her tour and stay in Australia.

Promo

Presented by: MICHAEL COPPEL, CMC & [V] HITS and SPONSORED BY COVERGIRL, JOHN SANDS & WONDERSTRUCK

Taylor Swift to bring blockbuster ‘Speak Now’ world tour to Australia in 2012

With Special Guests: Hot Chelle Rae

Taylor Swift, who is currently headlining sold-out stadiums and arenas on the North American leg of her blockbuster TAYLOR SWIFT SPEAK NOW WORLD TOUR 2011 has announced that in response to strong fan demand she will extend the tour into 2012 with capital city dates around Australia.

The four-time GRAMMY winner’s SPEAK NOW performance is a two-hour theatrical presentation, reminiscent of a Broadway experience. The show features elaborate costumes, dancers, aerialists, changing sets, and innovative choreography and instrumentation showcased on a multi-level stage.

Taylor plays five different guitars in the show, plus two banjos, the ukulele and the piano, and changes costumes nine times over the course of the evening. During the concert she moves right around the venue, using different stages, thereby giving every audience member a great seat.

Taylor’s Speak Now tour has earned high praise from top critics around the world: "One of the genre’s most ambitious acts has created one of the genre’s most ambitious tours. Broadway-inspired…the two-hour production was an overwhelming experience." – Billboard

Taylor’s 2011 Tour includes 98 shows in 17 countries spanning three continents, and her Speak Now album is the #1-selling album in all genres of music over the past twelve months.

TOUR DATES*:
Fri 2 Mar – Burswood Dome, Perth
Sun 4 Mar – Adelaide Entertainment Centre
Tue 6 & Wed 7 Mar – Brisbane Entertainment Centre
Fri 9 & Sat 10 Mar – Allphones Arena, Sydney
Mon 12, Tue 13 & Wed 14 Mar – Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne

Thank you Taylor, and also to your wonderful team who have assisted us so much lately.

Websites

Taylor Swift official website
www.taylorswift.com

Michael Coppel Presents
www.coppel.com.au

Eva Rinaldi Photography Flickr
www.flickr.com/evarinaldiphotography

Eva Rinaldi Photography
www.evarinaldi.com

Music News Australia
www.musicnewsaustralia.com

Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift
Image by Eva Rinaldi Celebrity and Live Music Photographer
Taylor Swift Speak Now Tour Hots Sydney, Australia

You might have heard that Taylor Swift was spotted taking in the view of Sydney yesterday, including even catching a harbour cruise with her friends and family.

Taylor is currently on tour in Australia, and has been hard to spot as she’s been doing the rounds.

The Aussie press spotted her boarding a boat in Sydney Harbour for an evening cruise.

Taylor’s first Sydney took place tonight at a jam packed Allphones Arena.

The costumes and set were amazing, as a largely teenage girl audience of 14,000 or so cheered and screamed to their teen idol.

Taylor seemed to love playing to the full Allphones Arena, playing five different guitars, two banjos, the piano and a ukele. We also counted at least four different costume changes.

The country music icon is known for writing "13" on her hand before each show because it’s her lucky number. Dozens of ’13’ signs were in the crowd, and some young ladies wrote it on their bodies also.

Taylor told the press "I was born on the 13th. My first album went gold in 13 weeks. My first No.1 song had a 13-second intro and every time I’ve won an award I’ve been seated in either the 13th seat, the 13th row, the 13th section or row M, which is the 13th letter," she has previously said.

We wish Taylor well on her amazing career to date and hope she enjoys the rest of her tour and stay in Australia.

Promo

Presented by: MICHAEL COPPEL, CMC & [V] HITS and SPONSORED BY COVERGIRL, JOHN SANDS & WONDERSTRUCK

Taylor Swift to bring blockbuster ‘Speak Now’ world tour to Australia in 2012

With Special Guests: Hot Chelle Rae

Taylor Swift, who is currently headlining sold-out stadiums and arenas on the North American leg of her blockbuster TAYLOR SWIFT SPEAK NOW WORLD TOUR 2011 has announced that in response to strong fan demand she will extend the tour into 2012 with capital city dates around Australia.

The four-time GRAMMY winner’s SPEAK NOW performance is a two-hour theatrical presentation, reminiscent of a Broadway experience. The show features elaborate costumes, dancers, aerialists, changing sets, and innovative choreography and instrumentation showcased on a multi-level stage.

Taylor plays five different guitars in the show, plus two banjos, the ukulele and the piano, and changes costumes nine times over the course of the evening. During the concert she moves right around the venue, using different stages, thereby giving every audience member a great seat.

Taylor’s Speak Now tour has earned high praise from top critics around the world: "One of the genre’s most ambitious acts has created one of the genre’s most ambitious tours. Broadway-inspired…the two-hour production was an overwhelming experience." – Billboard

Taylor’s 2011 Tour includes 98 shows in 17 countries spanning three continents, and her Speak Now album is the #1-selling album in all genres of music over the past twelve months.

TOUR DATES*:
Fri 2 Mar – Burswood Dome, Perth
Sun 4 Mar – Adelaide Entertainment Centre
Tue 6 & Wed 7 Mar – Brisbane Entertainment Centre
Fri 9 & Sat 10 Mar – Allphones Arena, Sydney
Mon 12, Tue 13 & Wed 14 Mar – Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne

Thank you Taylor, and also to your wonderful team who have assisted us so much lately.

Websites

Taylor Swift official website
www.taylorswift.com

Michael Coppel Presents
www.coppel.com.au

Eva Rinaldi Photography Flickr
www.flickr.com/evarinaldiphotography

Eva Rinaldi Photography
www.evarinaldi.com

Music News Australia
www.musicnewsaustralia.com

Cool Tanya Tucker images

A few nice Tanya Tucker images I found:

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Tanya Tucker
Image by Wootang01
15.5.09

We’re driving towards the orphanage. The highway is lonely, save for a few languid trucks ambling along. It is damp too, and a thick fog covers the countryside: a single light here or there provides the only hint of civilization amidst the interminable verdure. Inside the van, the smoke of cigarettes past wafts in the air, lingering like a lost soul. I inhale, and quickly cough. I subsequently open the window to the enveloping darkness outside, so slightly as to not disturb my companions in the back. The roar of the road echoes in my ears.

An unexpected wrench was thrown into our travel plans today. The trip began expediently enough as the bus on which Candy and I rode reached the Shenzhen airport with hours to spare; however, the unscheduled hiccups soon followed. We received an announcement over the public address system notifying us of a flight delay, due to a mysterious military maneuver, we deduced, high in the Shenzhen skies. Several more sonorous reminders came in punctual succession over the next six hours. It seemed as though we would be stuck, stranded really, at the airport forever, or for the day at least. Thankfully, after the police arrested some of the more aggrieved passengers, we finally boarded the plane and took off for central China. We were blessed to be on our way at last, none of us having blown a gasket during the afternoon tedium.

One more pitch black road awaited, down a single lonely lane lined with swarthy trees, standing as though sentries, and at length we arrived at the orphanage. The car stopped in a clearing, and we stepped out, onto a cement lot with soft puddles spread silently beneath our feet. We squinted into the twilight, our eyes trying to make sense of the surroundings. Our bags were unloaded, we made our way to the rooms, and soon enough fell asleep. I think we all enjoyed the repose, rendered especially comfortable by the new guest rooms in which we were staying.

16.5.09

We have only been here for barely 24 hours, yet it feels as though we have been here for much longer, as if time at some point in our journey decided to slow itself to a crawl. Maybe it was because of the litany of activities that we packed into the span of several hours, or perhaps it was the lack of worldly distractions, allowing us to focus solely on our mission, that caused us to suspend the hands of that imaginary clock in our mind. Whatever the case, we’ve enjoyed every minute at the orphanage; it is time definitely well spent in service!

Morning call was at 6:20; and after a prayer meeting we went down to finally visit the kids. They were playing on the vast driveway of the orphanage, savoring their moment of freedom before breakfast. To see so many friendly faces, in spite of their precarious physical and filial circumstance was definitely encouraging. I made a multitude of new friends; and did my best throughout the day to impact those kids with joy, honesty and patience. It is a powerful cocktail which brings love immediately to many.

The food at the orphanage is without processing, as natural as victuals can be in these days of impersonal industrial production. Large chunks of mantou, steaming bowls of soupy congee, and salty vegetables with slivers of meat have characterized our meals. It is the kind of humble stuff that lengthens life spans, and disciplines the palate.

We presented a wide range of activities – structured and unstructured; whole class and small group – to the kids, in the hope that we would manage them as much as amuse. In the morning, as though breaking the ice once were not enough, we ran through a series of dizzying, if not at times totally incoherent, activities designed to familiarize our dispositions to each other. Later, we established a makeshift fun fair, at which we ushered the children to rooms filled with (board) games, and puzzles, and other, more colorful activities such as face painting and balloon making. The kids couldn’t at length contain their enthusiasm, busting into and out of rooms with impunity, soaking in the rapturous atmosphere. In the afternoon, our team attempted to tire them out: running topped the agenda, and by leaps and bounds, the activities, whether straightforward relays or schoolyard classics like duck duck goose and red light, green light, indeed began to tucker our charges out. We, too, were pretty beat by the time night began to creep over the horizon!

17.5.09

Yesterday evening, we surprised the students with a musical performance, followed by forty minutes of bubble-blowing madness; to be sure, the students could not appreciate our somewhat accurate rendition of Amazing Grace so much as the innocent madness of dipping one’s hands in a solution of dish detergent and corn syrup and then whispering a bubble to life; and indeed, the moment the Disney branded bubble-making machines churned the first batch of bubbles into the air, with much rapidity weaving their frenetic pattern of fun, chaos erupted in the room. The students stormed the soap basin, and almost overwhelmed my teammates who valiantly held the Snitch and Pooh high above the heads of the clamoring kids.

During the evening’s festivities, I grew progressively ill, until at last I dashed out of the room to sneeze. Outside, in the cool of the night, under a cloud of stars beaming so far away in the deep of space, I exploded in a rancor of sneezing. The fit lasted for five minutes, an inexorable depression in my system which sent both my body and my esteem tumbling down. I felt bad, not only for my exceedingly rickety health, but for my teammates and the children who may have been exposed to my sickness as it incubated within me; furthermore, everyone in the classroom was saying goodbye and all I could do was rid myself of a sniffle here and there, in between rounds of bursting from nostrils and sinuses. I was impotent, as though one of my insignificant droplets on the floor!

18.5.09

We are in a car heading towards a famous historical site in Henan. The driver’s drawl slips slowly from his mouth, and what he says resonates intelligibly in our ears. Candy, Tanya and the driver are discussing Chinese mythology, and history, which, for better or for worse seem to be inextricably intertwined. We narrowly just now missed hitting an idle biker in the middle of the road; in dodging our human obstacle, the car swerved into the oncoming traffic, sending us flying inside the cabin. Reciting a verse from a worship song calmed our frazzled nerves.

How to describe the children? Many of them smiled freely, and were so polite when greeted that undoubtedly they had been trained well at some point in the tumult of their life education. Precociousness was also a common characteristic shared by the kids, whose stunted bodies belied the mature, perspicacious thoughts hiding just underneath the skin. Of course, in our time together we were more merry than serious, that quality being best left for the adults working silently in their rooms; and to that effect, the kids brought out their funny bones and jangled them in the air to stir up the excitement and to destroy by a jocular clamor any hint of a dull moment – we really laughed a lot. At last, although not all of them seemed interested in our staged activities – rather than feign enthusiasm and eagerness, some skipped our events altogether – those who did participate, most of them in fact, enjoyed themselves with abandon, helping to create that delightful atmosphere where the many sounds of elation reign.

Of the students whom I had the opportunity to know personally, several still stick out in my mind, not the least for my having christened a few of them with English names! David was bold, and courageous, willing to soothe crying babes as much as reprimand them when their capricious actions led them astray; he had a caring heart not unlike a shepherd who tends to his young charges. Edward, who at 13 was the same age as David, definitely grew emotionally, not to mention physically attached to me. He was by my side for much of the weekend, grabbing onto my hand and not letting go, to the point where I in my arrogance would detach my fingers within his, ever so slightly, as if to suggest that a second more would lead to a clean break – I know now that with the cruel hands of time motoring away during the mission, I shouldn’t have lapsed into such an independent, selfish state; he should have been my son. Another child who became so attached to the team as to intimate annoyance was the boy we deemed John’s son, because the boy, it seemed, had handcuffed himself to our teammate, and would only free himself to cause insidious mischief, which would invariably result in an explosion of hysterics, his eyes bursting with tears and his mouth, as wide as canyon, unleashing a sonorous wail when something went wrong. On the other hand, Alice remained in the distance, content to smile and shyly wave her hand at our team while hiding behind her sisters. And last but not least, of our precious goonies, Sunny undoubtedly was the photographer extraordinaire, always in charge of the school’s camera, snapping away liberally, never allowing any passing moment to escape his shot.

That I learned on this trip so much about my teammates verily surprised me, as I thought the relationships that we had established were already mature, not hiding any new bump, any sharp edge to surprise us from our friendly stupor. So, consider myself delightfully amazed at how a few slight changes in the personality mix can bring out the best, the most creative and the strangest in the group dynamic: admittedly, Candy and Tanya were the ideal foils for John, they eliciting the most humorous observations and reactions from my house church leader, they expertly constructing a depth of character that even last week, in the wake of the Guangdong biking trip, I never knew existed! Most of all, I’m glad to have been a part of such a harmonious fellowship, for the fact that we could prayer together as one, and encourage each other too, and all the more as we saw the day approaching.

14) Half-Marathoners from Ottawa, Gatineau & Area: stats and pics (Stephen – Vincent)
Tanya Tucker
Image by ianhun2009
There are 15 web pages listing Ottawa, Gatineau & area half marathoners. This web page lists the area half-marathoners who have first names starting with a Stephen to Vincent.

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For the names of the other half-marathon runners, go to the set called "Ottawa-area Half-marathoners" which has links to the full directory of names i.e., all 15 web pages.

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To access race statistics AND pictures (if available), first click on this Sportstats’ link and enter the runner’s last and first names, and then click on Search.

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The names are derived from the following half-marathon races:
i) 2010 Canada Army Run (link for photos only)
ii) 2010 Ottawa Fall Colours (link for photos only)
iii) 2010 Nine Run Run (link for photos only)
iv) 2011 Winterman (link for photos only)
v) 2011 Ottawa Race Weekend (link for photos only)
vi) 2011 Canada Army Run (link for photos only)
vii) 2011 Scotiabank Waterfront (link for photos only)

The pictures are available for sale from ASI Photos, Zoom Photo, etc.

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(list no. 14, in order by first name)

1….Stephen West….Arnprior….M30-39
2….Stephen Wild….Ottawa….M20-29
3….Stephen Woroszczuk….Ottawa….M40-49
4….Stephenie Cadieux….Orleans….F20-29
5….Steve Astels….Ottawa….M40-49
6….Steve Boivin….Ottawa….M30-39
7….Steve Bradley….Casselman….M60-69
8….Steve Call….Navan….M40-44
9….Steve Campbell….Ottawa….M30-39
10….Steve Cashman….Stittsville….M40-49
11….Steve Dickey….Ottawa….M25-29
12….Steve Dickey….Ottawa….M20-29
13….Steve Duncan….Ottawa….M40-49
14….Steve Ethier….Ottawa….M40-49
15….Steve Fauchon….Ottawa….M30-39
16….Steve Faulkner….Gatineau….M30-39
17….Steve Findlay….Ottawa….M30-39
18….Steve Forrest….Ottawa….M30-39
19….Steve Gauthier….Ottawa….M50-54
20….Steve Gleddie….Ottawa….M55-59
21….Steve Greenwood….Orleans….M50-59
22….Steve Irwin….Kanata….M45-49
23….Steve Jones….Orleans….M20-24
24….Steve Kennedy….Ottawa….M30-34
25….Steve Lachaine….Munster….M40-49
26….Steve Lamontagne….Orleans….M40-49
27….Steve Lamontagne….Ottawa….M40-44
28….Steve Macmillan….Carleton Place….M20-29
29….Steve Mahood….Ottawa….M45-49
30….Steve Massey….Petawawa….M20-29
31….Steve Mccready….Ottawa….M45-49
32….Steve McFaul….Russell….M50-59
33….Steve McNamara….Greeley….M55-59
34….Steve Morin….Ottawa….M40-49
35….Steve Moritsugu….Ottawa….M40-49
36….Steve Pelletier….Ottawa….M30-39
37….Steve Pentz….Carleton Place….M40-49
38….Steve Plotz….Brockville….M30-39
39….Steve Ross….Ottawa….M40-49
40….Steve Roussin….Gatineau….M30-39
41….Steve Ryan….Nepean….M25-29
42….Steve Schreiner….Dunrobin….M30-39
43….Steve Sullivan….Stittsville….M40-49
44….Steve Tasnadi….Petawawa….M40-49
45….Steve Taylor….Ottawa….M40-44
46….Steve Wilson….Manotick….M35-39
47….Steve Wowk….Perth Road….M35-39
48….Steven Adam….Stittsville….M45-49
49….Steven Armstrong….Ottawa….M30-34
50….Steven Beattie….Ottawa….M50-54
51….Steven Bisson….Stittsville….M40-49
52….Steven Blaskie….Kanata….M20-29
53….Steven Cowie….Kanata….M20-29
54….Steven De Ville….Kemptville….M40-49
55….Steven Dell….Ottawa….M40-49
56….Steven Dixon….Ottawa….M40-49
57….Steven Graham….Kanata….M40-49
58….Steven Green….Pembroke….M40-49
59….Steven Guay….Gatineau….M40-44
60….Steven Guillemette….Ottawa….M25-29
61….Steven Hawken….Ottawa….M30-39
62….Steven Kowlessar….Ottawa….M30-39
63….Steven Leckie….Ottawa….M40-44
64….Steven Lemay….Orleans….M40-49
65….Steven Molnar….Ottawa….M40-49
66….Steven Rosa….Ottawa….M20-24
67….Steven Senechal….Ottawa….M20-29
68….Steven Tremblay….Orleans….M35-39
69….Steven Turner….Ottawa….M20-29
70….Steven Vandevisch….Embrun….M40-44
71….Steven Walker….Ottawa….M25-29
72….Steven Winters….Ottawa….M30-34
73….Steves Tousignant….Gatineau….M20-29
74….Stewart Bailey….Ottawa….M50-54
75….Stewart Morris….Kanata….M45-49
76….Stu Hooft….Ottawa….M20-29
77….Stuart Barr….Orleans….M45-49
78….Stuart Beare….Ottawa….M50-59
79….Stuart Benson….Ottawa….M30-39
80….Stuart Hartnell….Petawawa….M40-49
81….Stuart Hillier….Ottawa….M19
82….Stuart Inglis….Ottawa….M40-49
83….Stuart Jolliffe….Ottawa….M30-39
84….Stuart Laubstein….Ottawa….M40-49
85….Stuart Ludwig….Ottawa….M40-49
86….Stuart Palmer….Ottawa….M40-49
87….Stuart Pursey….Ottawa….M60-64
88….Stuart Richmond….Ottawa….M40-49
89….Stuart Swanson….Kanata….M50-59
90….Stuart Taylor….Orleans….M50-54
91….Stuart Thomas….Ottawa….M20-29
92….Stuart Trier….Ottawa….M30-34
93….Su Thomas….Ottawa….F20-24
94….Suanne Mahabir….Ottawa….F20-24
95….Sue Ackerman….Kanata….F40-49
96….Sue Blanchard….Carlsbad Springs….F50-54
97….Sue Borrowman….Perth….F30-34
98….Sue Dorey….Brockville….F40-44
99….Sue Duval….Alexandria….F50-59
100….Sue Goodridge….Ottawa….F30-39
101….Sue Haywood….Ottawa….F30-39
102….Sue Macpherson….Ottawa….F50-59
103….Sue Matte….Perth….F50-54
104….Sue Peck….Kanata….F30-39
105….Sue Sabourin….Ottawa….F40-49
106….Sue Wiebe….Ottawa….F30-34
107….Sueann Rogers….Ottawa….F35-39
108….Suleena Duhaime….Ottawa….F30-34
109….Suresh Sangarapillai….Ottawa….M30-39
110….Susan Anderson….Ottawa….F40-44
111….Susan Atkinson….Ottawa….F45-49
112….Susan Bailey….Venosta….F50-59
113….Susan Brimmell….Kanata….F60-64
114….Susan Cadieux….Orleans….F40-49
115….Susan Chambers….Ottawa….F40-49
116….Susan Czerlau….North Gower….F30-39
117….Susan Dobson….Orleans….F40-44
118….Susan Draper….Low….F50-54
119….Susan Durrell….Ottawa….F40-49
120….Susan Ebsary….Rockland….F50-54
121….Susan Edwards….Carleton Place….F55-59
122….Susan England….Ottawa….F30-39
123….Susan Farrell….Ottawa….F30-34
124….Susan Field….Ottawa….F60-64
125….Susan Foran….Ottawa….F45-49
126….Susan Ford….Ottawa….F55-59
127….Susan Gershman….Ottawa….F40-49
128….Susan Halvorsen….Ottawa….F40-44
129….Susan Harper….Orleans….F50-59
130….Susan Harvey….Ottawa….F40-49
131….Susan Holtom….Nepean….F50-54
132….Susan Ibach….Manotick….F40-49
133….Susan Johnston….Ottawa….F30-39
134….Susan Korporal….Kanata….F40-49
135….Susan Lacosta….Ottawa….F45-49
136….Susan Lentini….Ottawa….F45-49
137….Susan Leslie….Ottawa….F40-49
138….Susan Lesperance….Deep River….F20-29
139….Susan Madden….Ottawa….F50-54
140….Susan Mak Chin….Ottawa….F40-49
141….Susan Manion….Ottawa….F55-59
142….Susan Mannion….Perth….F55-59
143….Susan Marble….Maberly….F50-59
144….Susan Mcleod….Ottawa….F50-59
145….Susan Mcneely….Navan….F45-49
146….Susan Mogensen….Cumberland….F40-49
147….Susan Morris….Ottawa….F40-49
148….Susan Nally….Ottawa….F20-29
149….Susan Nevitt-Yelle….Ottawa….F45-49
150….Susan Ogilvie….Ottawa….F45-49
151….Susan Oneid….Ottawa….F40-49
152….Susan Ostergaard….Ottawa….F50-59
153….Susan Pagnutti….Kanata….F50-54
154….Susan Peddle….Ottawa….F30-39
155….Susan Poisson….Orleans….F45-49
156….Susan Richards….Ottawa….F35-39
157….Susan Richards….Ottawa….F35-39
158….Susan Rodgers….Petawawa….F30-34
159….Susan Ross….Nepean….F40-49
160….Susan Scruton….Ottawa….F50-54
161….Susan Sinclair….Ottawa….F30-34
162….Susan Spidle….Stittsville….F50-54
163….Susan Ternan….Ottawa….no age
164….Susan Thorne….Ottawa….F30-39
165….Susan Trimble….Ottawa….F40-49
166….Susan Villeneuve….Orleans….F50-54
167….Susan Wall….Ottawa….F55-59
168….Susan Wallace….Ottawa….F45-49
169….Susan Ward….Ottawa….F60-69
170….Susan Whitmore….Ottawa….F20-29
171….Susan Yoon….Ottawa….F35-39
172….Susannah Crabtree….Ottawa….F30-39
173….Susanne Dicocco….Ottawa….F35-39
174….Susanne Reid….Smiths Falls….F40-49
175….Susanne Sviergula….Ottawa….F35-39
176….Susie Matte….Perth….F50-59
177….Susie Mattson….Ottawa….F20-29
178….Susie Paquette….Aylmer….F30-39
179….Susie Pike….Ottawa….F40-49
180….Susie Simard….Gatineau….F40-49
181….Susi-Paula Gaudencio….Gatineau….F35-39
182….Susy Domenicano….Gatineau….F30-34
183….Suzanna James….Ottawa….F30-34
184….Suzanne Belzile….Ottawa….F30-39
185….Suzanne Bourgouins….Ottawa….F55-59
186….Suzanne Chartrand-Mackenzie….Orleans….F60-69
187….Suzanne Chenard….Gatineau….F40-44
188….Suzanne Daleman….Orleans….F40-49
189….Suzanne Harrison….Ottawa….F40-44
190….Suzanne Lacombe….Gatineau….F55-59
191….Suzanne Larocque….Navan….F45-49
192….Suzanne Leclerc….Petawawa….F30-39
193….Suzanne Legault….Cornwall….F45-49
194….Suzanne Mulder….Ottawa….F45-49
195….Suzanne Murley….Manotick….F30-39
196….Suzanne Obiorah….Gatineau….F30-34
197….Suzanne Parent….Orleans….F40-49
198….Suzanne Pond….Ottawa….F35-39
199….Suzanne Ramsay….Gatineau….F30-39
200….Suzanne Roy….Ottawa….F40-49
201….Suzanne Savoie….Stittsville….F30-39
202….Suzanne Seguin….Orleans….F40-49
203….Suzanne Shaw….Ottawa….F30-39
204….Suzanne Sinnamon….Ottawa….F30-39
205….Suzanne Steele….Ottawa….F30-34
206….Suzanne Taylor….Ottawa….F35-39
207….Suzie Larocque….Gatineau….F35-39
208….Suzy Fortier….Ottawa….F30-39
209….Svetlana Ulitsky….Ottawa….F45-49
210….Sybil Hebert….Ottawa….F30-34
211….Syliva King….Orleans….F40-49
212….Sylvain Cardinal….Ottawa….M45-49
213….Sylvain Dagenais….Embrun….M35-39
214….Sylvain Dumas….Gatineau….M50-54
215….Sylvain Huard….Ottawa….M30-39
216….Sylvain Lachance….Ottawa….M50-54
217….Sylvain Leduc….Ottawa….M55-59
218….Sylvain Mailhot….Ottawa….M40-49
219….Sylvain Marier….Gatineau….M40-49
220….Sylvain Marquis….Ottawa….M30-39
221….Sylvain Michaud….Gatineau….M30-39
222….Sylvain Mignault….Gatineau….M30-39
223….Sylvain S N Chal….Gatineau….M30-39
224….Sylvain Senechal….Val des Monts….M40-49
225….Sylvain Sirois….Gatineau….M40-49
226….Sylvain Vallee….Cantley….M45-49
227….Sylvia Burton….Ottawa….F40-49
228….Sylvia Duffy….Ottawa….F30-39
229….Sylvia Manning….Ottawa….F50-59
230….Sylvia O’grady….Ottawa….F20-29
231….Sylvia Wachko….Limoges….F30-39
232….Sylvia Weihrer….Kanata….F45-49
233….Sylvie Arsenault….Val-des-Monts….F45-49
234….Sylvie Beauchamp….Embrun….F45-49
235….Sylvie Bourassa-Muise….Ottawa….F45-49
236….Sylvie Campbell….Orleans….F45-49
237….Sylvie Chartrand….Ottawa….F20-29
238….Sylvie Chouinard….Orleans….F40-49
239….Sylvie Cote….Ottawa….F40-49
240….Sylvie Gauthier….Gatineau….F40-44
241….Sylvie Gauthier….Ottawa….F50-59
242….Sylvie J Lapointe….Metcalfe….F30-39
243….Sylvie Jacques….Ottawa….F35-39
244….Sylvie Juneau….Orleans….F40-44
245….Sylvie Lafontaine….Ottawa….F45-49
246….Sylvie Lavoie….Gatineau….F30-34
247….Sylvie Lee….Ottawa….F55-59
248….Sylvie Lemay….Val-des-Monts….F45-49
249….Sylvie Marcoux….Nepean….F35-39
250….Sylvie Marenger….Gatineau….F40-44
251….Sylvie Olsen….Kanata….F40-49
252….Sylvie Paulin….Gatineau….F35-39
253….Sylvie Rioux….Cantley….F40-44
254….Sylvie Rochon….Ottawa….F50-54
255….Sylvie Sarrazin….Gatineau….F35-39
256….Sylvie Scharf….Ottawa….F45-49
257….Sylvie Secours….Ottawa….F30-39
258….Sylvie Swim….Ottawa….F30-39
259….T Koss….Kanata….M50-59
260….T Van Veen….Ottawa….M20-29
261….T.J. Mondoux….Ottawa….M45-49
262….Tabitha Rich….North Gower….F35-39
263….Tacey Macmillan….Petawawa….F40-49
264….Tag Shattuck….Orleans….M30-39
265….Takuya Tazawa….Ottawa….M30-39
266….Tal Elharrar….Ottawa….M30-39
267….Talia Hunter….Ottawa….F25-29
268….Tamara Evers-Tate….Nepean….F30-39
269….Tamara Fetters….Ottawa….F45-49
270….Tamara Mabley-Chaisson….Ottawa….F35-39
271….Tamara Marshall….Ottawa….F35-39
272….Tamara Sorley….Ottawa….F30-39
273….Tamara Thibeault….Gatineau….F20-29
274….Tamara Williams….Metcalfe….F30-39
275….Tamera Ogilvie….Ottawa….F40-49
276….Tammey Degrandpre….Ottawa….F40-44
277….Tammy Anstey….Ottawa….F30-34
278….Tammy Barnes ….Limoges….F30-39
279….Tammy Blackmore….Pembroke….F40-49
280….Tammy Frye….Ottawa….F30-39
281….Tammy Guerard-Klinger….Kanata….F35-39
282….Tammy Lee Valko….Stittsville….F45-49
283….Tammy Leriche….Ottawa….F30-39
284….Tammy Morrison….Perth….F45-49
285….Tammy Mulrooney….Smiths Falls….F50-54
286….Tammy Peplinski….Pembroke….F30-39
287….Tammy Peters….Orleans….F35-39
288….Tammy Rose….Gatineau….F35-39
289….Tammy Sharpe….Nepean….F20-24
290….Tan Vo….Ottawa….M19 & under
291….Tana Mutasiga….Ottawa….M35-39
292….Tania Bennett….Ottawa….F20-29
293….Tania Duguay….Gatineau….F25-29
294….Tania Falls….Nepean….F30-39
295….Tania Landry….Ottawa….F30-34
296….Tania Paoliello….Gatineau….F30-34
297….Tania Willliams….Ottawa….F30-39
298….Tanis Roadhouse….Kanata….F30-39
299….Tanis Trotman….Ottawa….F50-54
300….Tanja Scharf….Orleans….F40-49
301….Tannia Shamas….Nepean….F45-49
302….Tanya Birnie….Brockville….F40-44
303….Tanya Burnside….Kanata….F35-39
304….Tanya Deeks….Cornwall….F40-49
305….Tanya Frye….Ottawa….F30-39
306….Tanya Hancock-Chen….Kanata….F40-44
307….Tanya Marshall….Ottawa….F20-24
308….Tanya Mirsky….Nepean….F35-39
309….Tanya Mykytyshyn….Nepean….F30-39
310….Tanya Pellett….Perth….F30-39
311….Tanya Potashnik….Ottawa….F40-44
312….Tanya Richard….Ottawa….F30-39
313….Tanya Snook….Nepean….F35-39
314….Tanya Tobin….Gatineau….F30-39
315….Tanya Yuill….Almonte….F40-49
316….Tara Allard….Ottawa….F30-34
317….Tara Benjamin….Ottawa….F20-29
318….Tara Beselaere….Arnprior….F30-39
319….Tara Coble….St. Albert….F30-39
320….Tara Deitner….Almonte….F30-39
321….Tara Dempsey….Ottawa….F20-29
322….Tara Fairhead….Ottawa….F25-29
323….Tara Lamb….Jasper….F30-39
324….Tara Lawrence….Ottawa….F20-29
325….Tara Macdougall….Ottawa….F20-29
326….Tara Painter….Ottawa….F35-39
327….Tara Redmond….Orleans….F40-49
328….Tara Sosnowski….Elizabethtown….F30-39
329….Tara Towes….Stittsville….F20-24
330….Tara Tucker….Ottawa….F40-44
331….Tara Ward….Ottawa….F30-39
332….Tara Wong….Ottawa….F30-39
333….Tara-Lynn Stevenson….Limoges….F30-39
334….Tarjinder Kainth….Ottawa….M40-49
335….Tarwyn Hogan….Pembroke….F30-39
336….Taryn Forrester….Rockland….F19 & under
337….Taryn Harris….Nepean….F25-29
338….Taryn Johal….Petawawa….F20-29
339….Taryn Jotham….Stittsville….F20-29
340….Tatyana Lachowich….Ottawa….F20-29
341….Taunia Curtis….Ottawa….F40-44
342….Tayeb Mesbah….Gatineau….M45-49
343….Taylor Bildstein….Ottawa….F30-39
344….Taylor Pettit….Ottawa….F20-24
345….Taylor Sicard….Kanata….M20-29
346….Taylore Bryce….Carleton Place….F19 & under
347….Ted Damen….Ottawa….M50-59
348….Ted Lowther….Cumberland….M45-49
349….Ted Radstake….Ottawa….M30-39
350….Teena Dacey….Kemptville….F40-49
351….Tejumo Ogouma….Ottawa….M40-49
352….Tena Gallichon….Gatineau….F30-39
353….Teresa Aylesworth….Nepean….F30-39
354….Teresa Charlebois….Ottawa….F20-29
355….Teresa Donovan….Carp….F35-39
356….Teresa Janz….Orleans….F40-44
357….Teresa Kwong….Kanata….F30-34
358….Teresa Mcfadden….Petawawa….F35-39
359….Teresa Scullion….Ottawa….F30-39
360….Teresa Tolmie….Ottawa….F30-39
361….Teri Adamthwaite….Ottawa….F40-49
362….Teri Dignam….Ottawa….F30-39
363….Terrance Archer….Stittsville….M30-39
364….Terrance Henry….Venosta….M50-59
365….Terrence Blair….Moose Creek….M55-59
366….Terrence Mcdonald….Ottawa….M30-39
367….Terri Bolster….Ottawa….F60-69
368….Terri Gray….Athens….F40-49
369….Terri Scott….Kanata….F30-34
370….Terri Storey….Carleton Place….F40-49
371….Terri-Lee Lefebvre….Ottawa….F50-59
372….Terri-Lynn Kennedy….Orleans….F20-29
373….Terry Archer….Ottawa….M30-39
374….Terry Brown….Orleans….M35-39
375….Terry Drake….Pembroke….M40-49
376….Terry Evans….Ottawa….M60-64
377….Terry Flynn….Orleans….M65-69
378….Terry Godbold….Ottawa….M50-59
379….Terry Guay….Nepean….M50-59
380….Terry Henry….Venosta….M50-59
381….Terry James Kelly….Ottawa….M35-39
382….Terry Koronewski….Alexandria….M55-59
383….Terry Koss….Kanata….M55-59
384….Terry Kruyk….Ottawa….M25-29
385….Terry Lauzon….Cornwall….M40-44
386….Terry Mcdermott….Ottawa….M40-49
387….Terry Mesdag….Kanata….M40-49
388….Terry Monger….Ottawa….F50-59
389….Terry Muldoon….Ottawa….F45-49
390….Terry Porter….Ottawa….M50-59
391….Terry Quenneville….Cornwall….M55-59
392….Terry Sancartier….Gatineau….M30-39
393….Terry Strocel….Ottawa….M50-54
394….Terry Vipond….Ottawa….F40-49
395….Terry Woods….Stittsville….M50-54
396….Terry Wright….Rockland….M50-59
397….Terry Young….Orleans….M30-39
398….Terry-Lynn Sigouin….Ottawa….F40-49
399….Tess Nicholson….Arnprior….F25-29
400….Thanh Loan Nguyen….Gatineau….F20-29
401….Thea Geerts….Ottawa….F40-49
402….Thea Worthylake….Ottawa….F20-29
403….Theo Breedon….Ottawa….M35-39
404….Theresa Bruyere….Ottawa….F40-44
405….Theresa Flaherty….Ottawa….F40-49
406….Theresa Grant….Ottawa….F40-49
407….Theresa Humphrys….Ottawa….F45-49
408….Theresa Kavanagh….Ottawa….F50-54
409….Theresa Kelm….Ottawa….F50-54
410….Theresa Marshall….Kanata….F35-39
411….Theresa Momy….Orleans….F40-49
412….Theresa Roberts….Manotick….F45-49
413….Theresa Robertson….Ottawa….F20-24
414….Theresa Tam….Ottawa….F45-49
415….Theresa Williams….Ottawa….F35-39
416….Therese Contant….Rockland….F50-54
417….Therese Mcloughlin….Petawawa….F40-49
418….Therese Narbonne….Cobden….F50-54
419….Thierry Faucher….Chelsea….M20-24
420….Thomas Benak….Ottawa….M50-59
421….Thomas Bujaki….Ottawa….M19 & under
422….Thomas Cort….Gatineau….M25-29
423….Thomas Demandt….Petawawa….M20-29
424….Thomas Gorham….Petawawa….M25-29
425….Thomas Harrison….Ottawa….M19 & under
426….Thomas Ilona….Brockville….F45-49
427….Thomas Leroux….Cornwall….M40-49
428….Thomas Leung….Ottawa….M45-49
429….Thomas Mackay….Ottawa….M35-39
430….Thomas Maeder….Ottawa….M40-44
431….Thomas Martin….Ottawa….M45-49
432….Thomas Mcmurray….Gloucester….M30-39
433….Thomas Norris….Ottawa….M50-59
434….Thomas Pierson….Ottawa….M25-29
435….Thomas Regier….Ottawa….M30-34
436….Thomas Robinson….Ottawa….M60-69
437….Thomas Rodgers….Petawawa….M40-49
438….Thomas Ryan….Ottawa….M50-54
439….Thomas Ryan….Ottawa….M30-34
440….Thomas Timlin….Ottawa….M40-49
441….Thuy (Twee) Tran….Ottawa….F30-39
442….Tiago Lier….Ottawa….M25-29
443….Tiffanie Brigden….Kanata….F40-44
444….Tiffanie Seguin….Ottawa….F20-29
445….Tiffanie Tri….Nepean….F20-29
446….Tiffany Belair….Gloucester….F40-49
447….Tiffany Boire….Kanata….F30-39
448….Tiffany Campbell….Ottawa….F40-49
449….Tiffany Fequet….Ottawa….F25-29
450….Tiffany Fortune….Ottawa….F20-29
451….Tiffany Holland….Ottawa….F20-29
452….Tiffany Mullen….Ottawa….F25-29
453….Tiffeny Holdom….Petawawa….F30-39
454….Tijana Tanasijevic-Pavlica….Aylmer….F30-39
455….Tim Arsenault….Limoges….M30-39
456….Tim Barber….Ottawa….M40-49
457….Tim Barrett….Ottawa….M25-29
458….Tim Caines….Orleans….M30-34
459….Tim Dietrich….Ottawa….M40-44
460….Tim Ellis….Stittsville….M30-39
461….Tim Hobbs….Ottawa….M40-49
462….Tim Irwin….Ottawa….M40-44
463….Tim Kavaner….Spencerville….M40-49
464….Tim Mcintyre….Ottawa….M35-39
465….Tim Mclean….Ottawa….M30-39
466….Tim Mcnaughton….Nepean….M30-39
467….Tim Morin….Ottawa….M40-44
468….Tim Moses….Kanata….M50-59
469….Tim Pattyson….Kanata….M30-34
470….Tim Radley….Stittsville….M50-59
471….Tim Roche….Ottawa….M50-59
472….Tim Sandwell….Nepean….M30-39
473….Tim Scapillato….Gatineau….M50-59
474….Tim Scharf….Ottawa….M30-34
475….Tim Shreve….Ottawa….M30-39
476….Tim Streek….Ottawa….M30-39
477….Tim Vail….Ottawa….M30-34
478….Tim Wightman….Ottawa….M40-49
479….Timon Garreau….Ashton….M35-39
480….Timon Ledain….Ottawa….M45-49
481….Timon Ledain….Ottawa….M40-49
482….Timothy Chadwick….Osgoode….no age
483….Timothy Coderre….Nepean….M40-49
484….Timothy Day….Carleton Place….M30-39
485….Timothy Mclean….Ottawa….M35-39
486….Timothy Powers….Ottawa….M40-44
487….Timothy Spurdle….Gatineau….M19
488….Timothy Trant….Ottawa….M20-29
489….Timothy Wyman….Metcalfe….M19 & under
490….Tina Cornish….Manotick….F45-49
491….Tina Dennis….Ottawa….F45-49
492….Tina Dougan….Ottawa….F35-39
493….Tina Fallis….Ottawa….F35-39
494….Tina Head….Ottawa….F50-59
495….Tina Kuznik….Nepean….F40-44
496….Tina Melbourne….Brockville….F40-49
497….Tina Quinn….Orleans….F40-44
498….Tina Ryan….Nepean….F50-59
499….Tina Smart….Rockland….F30-34
500….Tina Stewart….Ottawa….F25-29
501….Tina Tyrell….Chelsea….F50-59
502….Tj Stidwill….Ottawa….M25-29
503….Tj Sullivan….Ottawa….M50-59
504….Tobin Kennedy….Ottawa….M30-34
505….Toby Fyfe….Ottawa….M60-64
506….Toby Kemp….Ottawa….M40-44
507….Tod Strickland….Ottawa….M40-49
508….Todd Buchner….Stittsville….M30-39
509….Todd Coopee….Ottawa….M40-49
510….Todd Hicks….Ottawa….M40-49
511….Todd Hunter….Ottawa….M30-39
512….Todd Lewis….Ottawa….M35-39
513….Todd Overtveld….Orleans….M40-49
514….Todd Reinberger….Orleans….M30-39
515….Todd Romain….Petawawa….M40-44
516….Todd Saunders….Ottawa….M40-44
517….Todd Sloan….Orleans….M50-59
518….Todd Somerville….Ottawa….M30-39
519….Todd Tracey….Eganville….M25-29
520….Tom Auger….Kanata….M30-39
521….Tom Boudreau….Ottawa….M50-59
522….Tom Conklin….Ottawa….M50-59
523….Tom Endicott….Stittsville….M40-49
524….Tom Fottinger….Gloucester….M50-54
525….Tom Fowler….Ottawa….M30-39
526….Tom Froggatt….Ottawa….M40-49
527….Tom Hayes….Almonte….M55-59
528….Tom Kannemann….Orleans….M45-49
529….Tom Kemp….Carleton Place….M50-59
530….Tom Keyserlingk….Ottawa….M45-49
531….Tom Lowe….Ottawa….M50-54
532….Tom Morris….Ottawa….M50-54
533….Tom Murphy….Ottawa….M30-39
534….Tom Papai….Ottawa….M40-49
535….Tom Poirier….Dunrobin….M25-29
536….Tom Stephens….Stittsville….M40-49
537….Tom Stephens….Stittsville….M40-49
538….Tom Stocco….Orleans….M30-39
539….Tom Verner….Ottawa….M40-49
540….Tom Volk….Ottawa….M50-54
541….Tom Winter….Kanata….M40-49
542….Tomasz Gulinski….Ottawa….M20-29
543….Tommy Des Brisay….Kanata….M19 & under
544….Tommy Porteous….Osgoode….M25-29
545….Tong Pang….Ottawa….M20-29
546….Tonia Cogswell….Petawawa….F35-39
547….Tonja Leach….Ottawa….F35-39
548….Tony Blake….Nepean….M50-59
549….Tony Bubisutti….Kanata….M45-49
550….Tony Fisher….Ottawa….M35-39
551….Tony Larabie….Plantagenet….M35-39
552….Tony Mclaughlin….Ottawa….M50-59
553….Tony Paoletti….Orleans….M50-59
554….Tony Redican….Ottawa….M30-39
555….Tony Rodrigues….Gatineau….M25-29
556….Tony Thatcher….Ottawa….M60-69
557….Tony Tran….Ottawa….M40-49
558….Tony Wark….Nepean….M45-49
559….Tori Maclean….Orleans….F30-39
560….Torri Gunn….Ottawa….M20-29
561….Tosha Kennedy….Ottawa….F20-24
562….Toyi Soglo….Gatineau….M55-59
563….Tracey Aker….Nepean….F40-49
564….Tracey Donaldson….Ottawa….F40-44
565….Tracey Dunfield….Kanata….F50-59
566….Tracey Harrod….Arnprior….F30-39
567….Tracey MacDougall….North Gower….F40-44
568….Tracey MacLeod….Ottawa….F35-39
569….Tracey Major….Manotick….F45-49
570….Tracey Menzies….Ottawa….F45-49
571….Tracey Nesrallah….Osgoode….F35-39
572….Tracey Tong….Ottawa….F30-34
573….Tracey Waller….Cumberland….F40-44
574….Tracey Whitman….Petawawa….F40-49
575….Traci O’neill….Perth Road….F40-44
576….Tracie Boyd….Carp….F40-49
577….Tracie Royal….Ottawa….F30-39
578….Tracy Beeman….Kanata….F40-49
579….Tracy Chubaty….Ottawa….F30-39
580….Tracy Corneau….Ottawa….F45-49
581….Tracy English….Ottawa….F30-39
582….Tracy Ferne….Ottawa….F30-39
583….Tracy Gagnon….Ottawa….F40-49
584….Tracy Glennon….Ottawa….F40-44
585….Tracy Gorman….Petawawa….F35-39
586….Tracy Hetu….Ottawa….F45-49
587….Tracy Holmes….Gatineau….F40-49
588….Tracy Iadinardi….Ottawa….F25-29
589….Tracy Ireton….Perth….F45-49
590….Tracy Lyle….Pembroke….F40-49
591….Tracy Murray….Nepean….F30-39
592….Tracy Ouellette….Ottawa….F30-34
593….Tracy Parker….Ottawa….F30-39
594….Tracy Pentz….Carleton Place….F40-49
595….Tracy Reynolds….Gatineau….F30-34
596….Tracy Shouldice….Carp….M40-49
597….Tracy Tabuchi….Ottawa….F30-39
598….Tracy Wightman….Ottawa….F40-44
599….Tracy Wise….Nepean….F35-39
600….Tram Vo….Ottawa….F20-29
601….Tran Cappuccino….Gatineau….M40-44
602….Travis Cauley….Brockville….M40-44
603….Travis James….Carleton Place….M30-39
604….Travis Lindgren….Ottawa….M40-44
605….Travis Maxwell….Greely….M30-39
606….Travis Webb….Ottawa….M20-29
607….Treena Grevatt….Ottawa….F30-39
608….Trent Bowers….Carleton Place….M19 & under
609….Trent McBain….Ottawa….M40-49
610….Trevor Alexander….Ottawa….M25-29
611….Trevor Banks….Ottawa….M40-49
612….Trevor Beaudoin….Hawkesbury….M20-29
613….Trevor Brennan….Petawawa….M40-49
614….Trevor Chaisson….Ottawa….M35-39
615….Trevor Comeau….Orleans….M35-39
616….Trevor Duff….Gloucester….M45-49
617….Trevor Gillis….Orleans….M30-39
618….Trevor Hains….Ottawa….M40-49
619….Trevor Janes….Ottawa….M40-44
620….Trevor Johnson….Gloucester….M35-39
621….Trevor Keppel-Jones….Ottawa….M35-39
622….Trevor Kirkland….Orleans….M40-44
623….Trevor Kuhn….Ottawa….M30-34
624….Trevor Lowe….Ottawa….M35-39
625….Trevor MacFarlane….Brockville….M40-44
626….Trevor Martin….Ottawa….M20-29
627….Trevor Murray….Ottawa….M20-24
628….Trevor O’neill….Ottawa….M20-24
629….Trevor Reid….Ottawa….M50-59
630….Trevor Ryan….Ottawa….M40-49
631….Trevor Webb….Petawawa….M40-49
632….Trey Hausmann….Ottawa….F40-49
633….Tricia Brown….Ottawa….F30-34
634….Tricia Mcrae….Kemptville….F40-44
635….Tricia Robinson….Pembroke….F30-39
636….Trina Bender….Ottawa….F30-39
637….Trina Perras….Orleans….F40-49
638….Trish Coffey Myers….Kanata….F50-59
639….Trish Heffernan….Arnprior….F30-39
640….Trish Racicot….Ottawa….F35-39
641….Trish Van Bolderen….Ottawa….F30-34
642….Trisha Bunny Conway….Ottawa….F30-39
643….Trista Hollweck….Ottawa….F30-39
644….Tristan Macgregor-Staple….Ottawa….M30-39
645….Tristyn Head….Ottawa….F20-24
646….Troy Acres….Edwards….M30-39
647….Troy Hamstra….Smiths Falls….M19
648….Troy Therien….Orleans….M30-39
649….Troy Thompson….Ottawa….M40-44
650….Troy White….Ottawa….M50-59
651….Trudi Dyer….Ottawa….F35-39
652….Trudi Jackson….Ottawa….F35-39
653….Tuan Nguyen….Nepean….M20-24
654….Tudor Banea….Gatineau….M20-29
655….Tudor Hera….Ottawa….M40-49
656….Tushara Williams….Ottawa….F40-44
657….Tyler Cyr….Ottawa….M30-34
658….Tyler Dickerson….Ottawa….M20-29
659….Tyler Dinn….Gloucester….M19
660….Tyler Duncan….Ottawa….M20-29
661….Tyler Follett….Pembroke….M19 & under
662….Tyler Kosterewa….Ottawa….M20-29
663….Tyler Schulz….Ottawa….M30-34
664….Tyler Sinclair….Ottawa….M25-29
665….Tyler Stuyt….Ottawa….M25-29
666….Tyler Vivian….Kanata….M25-29
667….Tyler Whaley….Gananoque….M25-29
668….Tyrone Rueter….Orleans….M30-34
669….Tyson Mcwha….Nepean….M30-39
670….Ulric Shannon….Ottawa….M30-39
671….Una Beaudry….Gloucester….F40-49
672….Una Blumberga….Ottawa….F30-39
673….Upendra Moholkar….Ottawa….M40-49
674….Urban Wong….Ottawa….M40-49
675….Uri Bivens….Ottawa….M30-34
676….Uriel Barzilay….Ottawa….M25-29
677….V Ronique Houle….Ottawa….F30-39
678….Vada Cavanagh….Ottawa….F30-39
679….Val Hughes….Ottawa….F30-39
680….Val Lafranchise….Ottawa….F40-49
681….Val Rie Hardy….Ottawa….F20-29
682….Valerie Beauchesne….St Isidore….F20-24
683….Valerie Bellemare….Ottawa….F25-29
684….Valerie Bournival….Ottawa….F35-39
685….Valerie Crosier….Kanata….F40-44
686….Valerie Cyr….Ottawa….F35-39
687….Valerie Desjarlais….Kanata….F40-49
688….Valerie Haveman….Ottawa….F50-59
689….Valerie Jacques….Gatineau….F25-29
690….Valerie Kowal….Ottawa….F30-39
691….Valerie Labelle….Embrun….F20-24
692….Valerie Lambovitch….Ottawa….F50-54
693….Valerie Lemieux….Ottawa….F30-39
694….Valerie Morin….Gatineau….F30-39
695….Valerie Oickle….Ottawa….F40-44
696….Valerie Parent….Gatineau….F40-44
697….Valerie Pouliot….GATINEAU….F30-39
698….Valerie Sayah….Kemptville….F40-49
699….Valerie Simon….Ottawa….F50-54
700….Vance White….Nepean….M30-39
701….Vanessa Beaton….Ottawa….F20-29
702….Vanessa Brochet….Ottawa….F35-39
703….Vanessa Buchanan….Ottawa….F30-39
704….Vanessa Dunleavy….Orleans….F20-29
705….Vanessa Evans….Ottawa….F20-29
706….Vanessa Fulford….Gatineau….F20-29
707….Vanessa Gallant….Gatineau….F30-34
708….Vanessa Jacobs….Petawawa….F20-24
709….Vanessa Labelle….Embrun….F20-24
710….Vanessa Lessard….La Peche….F30-39
711….Vanessa Meikle….Ottawa….F40-44
712….Vanessa Mendoza….Ottawa….F35-39
713….Vanessa Murley….Ottawa….F35-39
714….Vanessa Murphy….Kanata….F25-29
715….Vanessa Neven….Elgin….F35-39
716….Vanessa Pierson….Ottawa….F35-39
717….Vanessa Preston….Ottawa….F25-29
718….Vanessa Sloan….Kanata….F30-39
719….Vanessa Wells….Ottawa….F40-49
720….Vanya Meh….Kanata….F40-49
721….Vassil Andreev….Orleans….M45-49
722….Vaughan Starblanket….Cornwall….M25-29
723….Vay Tu….Pembroke….M20-29
724….Veleda Turner….Ottawa….F50-54
725….Veneta Nikolova….Ottawa….F25-29
726….Venissa De Castro….Ottawa….F30-34
727….Vera Etches….Ottawa….F35-39
728….Vern White….Ottawa….M50-59
729….Vernon White….Ottawa….M50-54
730….Veronic Bezaire….Ottawa….F30-39
731….Veronica Engelberts….Ottawa….F45-49
732….Veronica Nitschmann….Ottawa….F20-29
733….Veronica Prochazka….Ottawa….F30-34
734….Veronica S. Gerson….Ottawa….F20-29
735….Véronique Aubry….Ottawa….F30-34
736….Veronique Bergeron….Navan….F30-39
737….Veronique Boily….Ottawa….F40-49
738….Veronique Breton….Kanata….F30-39
739….Veronique Houle….Ottawa….F30-34
740….Veronique Joly….Gatineau….F25-29
741….Veronique Simoneau….Gatineau….F20-29
742….Veronique Tremblay….Gatineau….F30-39
743….Veronique-E Lauzon….Gatineau….F35-39
744….Vessela Stamenova….Ottawa….F30-34
745….Vi Ha….Ottawa….F20-29
746….Vic Baker….Ottawa….M30-39
747….Vicki Meyouhas….Ottawa….F25-29
748….Vicki Plant….Ottawa….F50-59
749….Vicki Rozon….Navan….F50-59
750….Vickie Ouellette….Petawawa….F45-49
751….Vicky Charron-Bourdon….Gatineau….F30-39
752….Victor Dirienzo….Ottawa….M45-49
753….Victor Krawczuk….Ottawa….M40-49
754….Victor Low….Ottawa….M40-49
755….Victor Manuel Padilla….Orleans….M40-49
756….Victoria Black….Orleans….F19 & under
757….Victoria Brunetta….Ottawa….F25-29
758….Victoria Crosbie….Ottawa….F20-24
759….Victoria Gebert….Kanata….F40-49
760….Victoria Graham….Ottawa….F30-39
761….Victoria Kirkby….Athens….F60-64
762….Victoria Leach….Ottawa….F25-29
763….Victoria Lemon….Ottawa….F40-49
764….Victoria Macgillivray….Ottawa….F25-29
765….Victoria Milne….Ottawa….F19 & under
766….Victoria Osler….Ottawa….F20-24
767….Victoria Pelling Mcmullen….Ottawa….F40-49
768….Victoria Stook….Stittsville….F30-39
769….Victoria Trueman….Nepean….F19 & under
770….Viet Nguyen….Ottawa….M20-29
771….Vinay Lodha….Ottawa….M35-39
772….Vince Fagnan….Kanata….M40-49
773….Vince Floccari….Ottawa….M45-49
774….Vince Harris….Ottawa….M50-59
775….Vincent Andy Fong….Kanata….M40-49

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Cool Chet Atkins images

Some cool Chet Atkins images:

Hot August Nights Car Show 2012
Chet Atkins
Image by Dennis Larson
A really nice "axe". A late 1950’s model, or early model 1960’s Gretsch, Chet Akins Model (G6120). Depending on a few things like, the single toggle switch on the top, and the color, the value starts at about US,000.00. A great instrument used by the "Voodoo Swing Band" guitar player. Seen at the "Hot August Nights Car Show", sponsored by Arrowhead Harley-Davidson in Peoria, AZ. A very excellent performance. www.myspace.com/voodooswingin#
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Peoria, AZ

Ches and Les
Chet Atkins
Image by epiclectic
Chester and Lester
Atkins, Chet and Les Paul
RCA APL1-1167
1976

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