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This index has been compiled as a brief reference advisor to biographies of 9,052 expert and novice artists lively in Canada from the 17th century to the current. The artists characterize forty two expert different types, from animation to topography. as well as 8,261 Canadian artists, the Index has 391 British, three hundred American, and a hundred eu artists, all of whom spent a part of their careers in Canada.
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Winning one of the world’s top piano competitions put her squarely back into the international concert circuit. Resuming her concert and recording career, she made her Carnegie Hall debut in 1965 and has been at the top of the piano world ever since. Argerich’s volatility has loomed large in both her career and personal life. She was married to conductor Pierre Dutoit from 1969 to 1974, and the two have been longtime musical collaborators. She has three children by three different men. She stopped performing solo in the early 1980s, and, in the middle of the decade, she took a two-year break from all performing.
She gave birth to their first son, Christian, in early 2001. Marc Anthony also has a daughter Arianna, born in 1994 to his former girlfriend, Debbie Rosado, a New York City police officer. Anthony built a home studio in order to stay closer to his new family and finally released Libre (2001), his first Spanish album in four years. A complex work co-produced by Marc Anthony and his longtime keyboardist Juanito Gonzalez, the album does not have the danceable hooks that his salsa fans wanted. However, Marc Anthony viewed the effort as a maturation, since he co-wrote all but one song.
Picking Up the Pieces In 1990 the Allman Brothers re-formed after releasing a four-album box set of their past music, Dreams (1989). Led by Allman and Betts, each cascading off solo-career failures, there was little expectation that the band had much of the old spark. The release of Seven Turns (1990), a remarkable comeback album, erased that doubt. The Allman Brothers borrowed guitarist Warren Haynes and bassist Allen Woody from a group called Government Mule to accompany the four original members.