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Terry Mc Bride (musician)
... Terry McBride (born September 16, 1958 in Austin, Texas) is an American country music artist ... Between 1989 and 1994, and again from 2000 to 2002, McBride was the lead vocalist and bass guitarist in the band McBride the Ride, a country music group which recorded six studio albums and ... He is also the son of 1970s country singer Dale McBride ...
Shine (Martina Mc Bride Album)
... from American country music singer Martina McBride ... McBride co-produced the album with Dann Huff and co-wrote the track "Sunny Side Up." It is her last studio album released through RCA Records before switching to Republic Nashville ... In November 2009, McBride began the Shine All Night Tour in support of the album ...
Shine (Martina Mc Bride Album) - Content
... Shine was produced by McBride along with Dann Huff, and it is the first album of her career that Huff has co-produced ... Dann was approached by McBride and her husband John to co-produce the record on Huff's birthday ... Shine marked McBride's fourth #1 album on the US Country Albums Charts, being one of the only women in country music to release three #1 albums consecutively ...
McBride - Media
... McBride (TV series), 2005 TV series starring John Larroquette McBride's Magazine was related to Lippincott's Monthly Magazine and Scribner's Magazine Amelia McBride, lead character of the American comic book ...
Murray Mc Bride
... Murray Arndell McBride (born 28 April 1935 at Westmeath, Ontario) was a Liberal party member of the Canadian House of Commons ... McBride was defeated in the 1972 election by Paul Dick of the Progressive Conservative party at the riding which became Lanark—Renfrew—Carleton ... McBride campaigned for election in the High Park--Humber Valley riding, but was also unsuccessful then ...

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