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Charter School Of Wilmington - Extra-curricular Activities - Music
... Band and a more selective audition only Wind Ensemble at Cab Calloway School of the Arts Jazz Band at Cab Calloway School of the Arts Jazz Chords at Cab Calloway School of the Arts Marching ...
Laurie Calloway
... Laurence John "Laurie" Calloway (born 17 June 1945 in Birmingham, England) is a retired English-U.S ... Since retiring from playing professionally, Calloway has coached teams in several U.S ...
Sunset Cafe - Cab Calloway
... Cab Calloway got his professional start onstage under Louis Armstrong at the Sunset Cafe ... Calloway eventually became one of only a few big band leaders to come up under Armstrong and, of course, Earl Hines ... When Louis departed the Cafe for New York - it was the young Cab Calloway - 20-year-old "kid from Baltimore" whom Armstrong and Glazer picked to take over from Louis at the Sunset ...
Calloway
... Calloway is a surname, and may refer to A.J ... Calloway, an American TV personality Auburn Calloway, a former flight engineer of FedEx Express, who nearly hijacked FedEx Flight 705 Blanche Calloway, an American Jazz singer, bandleader ... Calloway, an American historian Don Calloway, member-elect of the Missouri House of Representatives Calloway (band), an American pop music group featuring the ...
Cab Calloway School Of The Arts - History
... In 1960, long before Cab Calloway School of the Arts existed, the building in which CCSA is housed opened as Wilmington High School ... Once considered a top-notch school, Wilmington High School suffered through dropping enrollment and an increasingly bad image as it made its way ... Eventually, the decision was made to close the school, and it was decided that the school would close near the end of the decade ...

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