Fred Rose

Fred Rose may refer to:

  • Fred Rose (musician) (1898–1954), publisher of country music
  • Fred Rose (politician) (1907–1983), Polish-born communist politician and trade union organiser in Canada
  • Fred Rose (cyclist) (1968–), cyclist

Other articles related to "fred rose, rose":

Paul Whiteman - Compositions
... Paul Whiteman composed "Flamin' Mamie" in 1925 with Fred Rose, one of the top hits of 1925, which was recorded by the Harry Reser Band, Merritt Brunies and the Friars Inn Orchestra ... Whiteman also composed "Charlestonette" in 1925 with Fred Rose which was published by Leo Feist ... work "Dreaming The Waltz Away" with Fred Rose in 1926 ...
40 Greatest Hits (Hank Williams, Sr. Album) - Track Listing - Disc Two
... Good Lookin'" "Crazy Heart" (Maurice Murray/Fred Rose) "(I Heard That) Lonesome Whistle" (Jimmie Davis/Hank Williams) "Baby, We're Really in Love" "Ramblin' Man" "Honky Tonk Blues" "I'm Sorry for You My Friend ... Nelson/Fred Rose) "You Win Again" "I'll Never Get Out of This World Alive" (Hank Williams/Fred Rose) "Kaw-Liga" (*) "Your Cheatin' Heart" "Take These Chains from My Heart" (Fred Rose/Hy ...
Communist Party Of Quebec - Repression and Resistance, 1930s-1950s
... Wallace, Fred Rose, Maurice Armstrong and a young student who had just returned from France -- Stanley Brehaut Ryerson ... legally, ran in the federal election leader Fred Rose gots 3378 votes in Montreal-Cartier, while CA Perry gets 1,012 in Saint-Denis ... Ryerson (secretary), Fred Rose, Emile Godin Alec Rosenberg, Samuel Emery ...
Fred Rose (musician) - Biography
... Born in Evansville, Indiana, Fred Rose started playing piano and singing as a small boy ... For a short time Fred Rose lived in Nashville, Tennessee but his radio show there did not last long and he headed to New York City's Tin Pan Alley in hopes of making a living as a songwriter ... In the Saddle Again", and this collaboration introduced Rose to the possibilities of country music ...

Famous quotes containing the words rose and/or fred:

    Ballades by the score with the same old thought:
    The snows and the roses of yesterday are vanished;
    And what is love but a rose that fades?
    Edgar Lee Masters (1869–1950)

    He was warned. And now he’s paid. Let him be buried with the other victims of human greed and folly.
    Cyril Hume, and Fred McLeod Wilcox. Dr. Morbius (Walter Pidgeon)