Some articles on evans, gang, evans gang:
... Holiday In Hawaii LP (1958) CLP-5081...Johnny Cole and the Robert Evans Chorus Christmas Carols LP (1958) CLP-5082...Brass Swingin' Band LP (1958), studio group CLP-5083...Kiddies. 1961) CLP-5205...Drink-a-Long Sing-a-Long Gang LP (1961), studio group CLP-5206...The Polynesians Hawaii Calling LP (1961) CLP-5207...Coleman Hawkins The Hawk ... Ulric George and The Jubilee Singers Spirituals LP (1961) CLP-5211...Camp Fire Sing-a-Long Gang LP (1961) CLP-5212...The Continental Octette Modern Jazz Greats LP (1961 ...
... He first appeared in New Mexico during the 1870s, riding with the John Kinney Gang, then later with the Jesse Evans Gang ... While with the Kinney Gang, on December 31, 1875, Diehl, John Kinney, Jesse Evans, and gang member Jim McDaniels entered a saloon in Las Cruces, New Mexico ... Diehl rode with the Kinney Gang through 1875 ...
... murdering fugitive and member of the Jesse Evans Gang named Frank Freeman ... In October 1877, the Evans Gang stole horses belonging to John Tunstall, Alexander McSween and Richard "Dick" Brewer from Brewer's Rio Ruidoso ranch ... Scurlock and Bowdre, as well as Brewer, went off in pursuit of the Evans Gang and located them, but were unable to regain possession of the stolen horses ...
... Stereo albums CST-1...Johnny Cole the Robert Evans Chorus Christmas Carols LP (1958) CST-2...Smith Singers Christmas Carols LP (1961) CST-3...Rudolph ... Day Organ Favorites LP (1961) CST-222...Drink-a-Long Sing-a-Long Gang LP (1961), studio group CST-223...The Polynesians Hawaii Calling LP (1961) CST-224...Coleman Hawkins The Hawk Sings LP (1961 ... LP (1964?) CST-502...? CST-503...The Mexicali Brass Michelle LP (1964?) CST-504...The Bar Room Gang Bar Room Singing LP (1965) CST-505...Andy Jones The Plainsmen No Letter Today Other Country Western ...
Famous quotes containing the words gang and/or evans:
“Till by and came Our Blessed Lady,
Her dear young son her wi.
Will ye gang to your men again?
Or will ye gang wi me?
Will ye gang to the high heavens,
Wi my dear son and me?”
—Unknown. Brown Robyns Confession (l. 2328)
“Silver bells, silver bells,
Its Christmas time in the city.”
—Ray Evans (b. 1915)