Joel Turner

Joel Turner may refer to:

  • Joel Turner (musician) (born 1987), Australian beatboxer
  • Joel Turner (actor), Australian actor
  • Joel Turner (mayor) (1820–1888), former Mayor of Los Angeles, California

Other articles related to "joel turner, turner":

History of Beatboxing - Modern Beatboxing
... Participants included Tom Thumb, Joel Turner (Australia), White Noise (Ireland), RoxorLoops (Belgium), Poizunus, (Canada), and Faith SFX (UK) ... rounds of beatbox battles and competitions, the finals between RoxorLoops (Belgium) and Joel Turner (Australia) was decided ... time picking a winner and called for two extra rounds, after which Joel Turner was declared World Beatbox Champion ...
These Kids
... "These Kids" is the first single from Joel Turner and the Modern Day Poets' self-titled debut album Joel Turner and the Modern Day Poets ... The song was written in December 2001, with the music composed by Turner and the lyrics written by his older brother Tim (aka "DubLT") ... "These Kids" couples a haunting melody with Turner’s vocal percussion, transforming into a heavier rock sound towards its conclusion ...
Australian Idol Discography - Australian Releases - 2003 Australian Idol (Season One)
... Heart 2004 ... Cosima De Vito Cosima 2004 ... Guy Sebastian Beautiful Life 2004 ... Joel Turner Joel Turner and the Modern Day Poets 28 - 2004 ... Levi Kereama† Destiny - - - - 2004 Peter Ryan Like ...
All Night Long (Joel Turner Song)
... "All Night Long" is an independent hip-hop single by Australian artist Joel Turner ... by Israel (an R B singer and producer), Stan Bravo (an American-born rapper), and Turner’s cousin C4 (of the Modern Day Poets) ... The final shot has Turner baring a T-shirt emblazoned with the words “NO WAR” ...

Famous quotes containing the words turner and/or joel:

    O shining Popocatapetl, It was thy magic hour:

    The houses, people, traffic seemed
    Thin fading dreams by day;
    Chimborazo, Cotopaxi
    They had stolen my soul away!
    —Walter James Turner (1889–1946)

    They shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruninghooks: nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more.
    Bible: Hebrew Isaiah, 2:4.

    The words reappear in Micah 4:3, and the reverse injunction is made in Joel 3:10 (”Beat your plowshares into swords ...”)