Breeskin

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Olga Breeskin
... Olga Breeskin (born Olga Breeskin Torres on September 22, 1951) is a Mexican violinist, dancer, actress and vedette ... the daughter of the late Russian violinist and conductor Elias Breeskin ...
Olga Breeskin - Early Life
... Olga Breeskin was born in Mexico City ... When Breeskin was 13 years old she and her brother were forced to support the family and began to play their violins for tips in restaurants ... Breeskin later confessed that she kept some of the tip money for herself by hiding it in her shoe ...
Dallas Cowboys - History - 1960s
... Marshall had a falling out with the Redskins band leader Barnee Breeskin ... Breeskin had written the music to the Redskins fight song "Hail to the Redskins" and Marshall’s wife had penned the lyrics ... Breeskin owned the rights to the song and was aware of Murchison’s plight to get an NFL franchise ...
Olga Breeskin - Nightclubs
... Breeskin rose to fame in the 1970s for her nightclub act, where she danced and shimmied in French-cut leotards while playing the violin ... dancers and a full show band to accompany Breeskin ... But Mexico was hypnotized with Breeskin's charms ...
Elias Breeskin - In Mexico
... He had a daughter there who became a famous entertainer and violinist herself, Olga Breeskin ... In 1941, Anna, Gene, and John Breeskin joined Elias in Mexico City, where he had become musical director for XEW, the most important radio station in the country ... John Breeskin describes one Christmas sitting in box seat in the principal orchestra hall in Mexico City near the President of Mexico, and watching ...