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Michael Utley
... Michael Utley, often credited as Mike Utley, is an American musician, songwriter, and record producer for Jimmy Buffett's Coral Reefer Band ... Early in his career, Utley worked with the house band for Atlantic Records in Miami, Florida's Criteria Studios backing performers such as Aretha ... Jerry Jeff Walker recruited Utley to play keyboard instruments on Buffett's first major label album, A White Sport Coat and a Pink Crustacean, in 1973 ...
T. E. Utley
... Thomas Edwin 'Peter' Utley CBE (1 February 1921–21 June 1988) was an English High Tory journalist ... Utley, blind since his childhood, went to Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, where he achieved a double first in History ... In the early 1950s, Utley was Assistant Editor of The Spectator and then for twenty years, he was a leader writer for The Daily Telegraph, then columnist and ...
Stan Utley
... Stanley Frank Utley (born January 16, 1962) is an American professional golfer who has played on the PGA Tour and the Nationwide Tour ... Utley was born and raised in Thayer, a small town in southern Missouri ... Utley led Missouri to the Big Eight Championship in 1984 ...
Utley - Surnames
... Adrian Utley, British jazz guitarist Chase Utley, American baseball player Freda Utley, English scholar, activist, and best-selling non-fiction author ... Garrick Utley, American television journalist George Utley, English Footballer Justin Utley, American rock singer and songwriter Mike Utley ... Utley American author and historian Steven Utley, American writer T ...
Steven Utley - Biography
... Utley was born in the family of an Air Force non-commissioned officer and grew up on Air Force bases in the United States, Great Britain, and Okinawa ... Utley's first professionally published story, "The Unkindest Cut of All," a parody of Hugo Gernsbackian scientifiction, appeared in 1972 ... of Asimov's Science Fiction published most of Utley's output during the 1990s, has suggested that he "may be the most under-rated science fiction writer alive," calling him a ...