jueves, enero 17, 2008

Goat at first sight Productions

Esta es la cuña de la productora.
La presentación, en Valencia, está anunciada más arriba.
Próximamente -el mes que viene- haremos otro pase en Barcelona.


3 comentarios:

Anónimo dijo...

Grissom, John wrote -meanwhile his tea-time-:

Dear Cout:
It's a pleasure sure for me that the cuñ of the productors
Towards the semisunked(semideeply depressed) back of the greyish late afternoon they redouble the late poppies in the genealogical frieze of the mental abutarda,
I darken as two teeth
Linda Elane Manning Grissom

Funeral services for Linda Elane Manning Grissom, 59, of Vinemont will be at 2 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 22, 2005, at Moss-Service Chapel, the Revs. Charles Irwin and John Richter officiating, with burial in Ebenezer Baptist Church Cemetery.

Moss-Service Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Mrs. Grissom died Dec. 18 of a heart attack at her home in Vermont. She was born on Nov. 24, 1946, in Cullman to James Arlander and Fannie Roberta Bradford Manning. She was a 1965 graduate of Cullman High School, where she was elected "most talented" every year. She also attended Calhoun Community College in Decatur. While working in California, she also studied acting at the Pasadena Playhouse. After high school, she entered the entertainment business, with her own television program, "The Linda Manning Show" on WLW-TV in Cincinnati, Ohio. She also appeared on other shows as a musical guest, including the Steve Allen, Joey Bishop, Gene Autry and Donald O'Connor shows filmed in Hollywood, Calif. Linda was also a regular at the Palomino Club in Hollywood, and performed at numerous music festivals, including both international venues, such as the World's Fair in Montreal, Toronto and Regina, the International Red Cross Festival in Tijuana, Mexico; and also at home in the states, at Panther Hall in Fort Worth, Texas, the American Swingaround in Chicago, the Starlight Jubilee in Des Moines, Iowa, and of course, the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tenn. During her entertainment career, she was managed by Jimmy Keys of NewKeys Music in Nashville, Tenn.

Linda recorded for several record labels, including Mercury, Monument, Roulette and Fraternity. Her single, "Shad Tree Mechanic," written by frequent collaborator Tom T. Hall, was certified as a "gold record." She also shared tour billing with many of the top acts in classic country music, including Roger Miller, Bobby Bare, Jimmy C. Newman, Andy Williams, Jerry Lee Lewis, Conway Twitty, Sonny James, Willie Nelson, Dave Dudley, Dolly Parton, Porter Wagoner, Jerry Wallace, Ray Stevens, Faron Young, Glen Campbell, Buck Owens, Lee Hazelwood, Red Foley, Tex Ritter, Ernest Tubb, Flatt and Scruggs, and John Hartford. Linda was also nominated by the Academy of Country Music Awards for the "Most Promising Female Vocalist Award" three times. After her entertainment career, Linda returned to Cullman and opened a jewelry store with her husband, David. Together they owned and operated Wholesale Jewelers International for 25 years in Cullman. After retiring from the jewelry business in 2003, Linda managed her commercial business space rental company, Diamond Plaza Properties, until her death.

She was preceded in death by her father, James Arlander Manning.

Survivors include her husband, David William Grissom; and her daughter, Candace Ursula Grissom; and her mother, Fannie Roberta Bradford Manning, all of Vinemont.

Visitation will be from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home.

Lautréamont dijo...

Lamento de verdad no haber podido acudir, muy estimada señora. ¿Cómo anduvo el evento?

Te lo dice Kaspar: dijo...

Hola Msieur Lautréamont!!
Pues estuvo bastante bien:
¡el público se reía!
Ahora rodaremos otro sketch más y haremos entonces otro pase en Valencia, dentro de dos meses.
No puede no ir esta vez!!