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  2. Buster Poindexter (album) - Wikipedia

    Buster Poindexter is an eponymous album released by RCA Records in 1987 by Buster Poindexter, the alter ego of New York Dolls frontman David Johansen. Johansen re-recorded the track "Heart of Gold" as Buster Poindexter, which originally appeared on Johansen's 1981 solo album Here Comes the Night .

  3. Eric Dolphy Discography - session index - Jazz Disco

    Pony Poindexter 9 NYC, Feb. 16, 1962 Eric Dolphy w/ The Syracuse Friends Of Chamber Music Everson Museum, Syracuse, NY, Mar. 10, 1962 Benny Golson's Orch. NYC, Apr., 1962

  4. Roanoke tennis legend Carnis Poindexter dies at 84

    Carnis Poindexter died last week at the age of 84, according to the Hamlar-Curtis Funeral Home and Crematory. Poindexter was born and raised in Roanoke. He started playing tennis his senior year ...

  5. David Johansen - IMDb

    David Johansen, Soundtrack: Scrooged. New York City born David Johansen sang in Rock & Roll dance bands as a teenager, joining Charles Ludlum's Ridiculous Theater and starting the New York Dolls. The highly influential Dolls made two iconic Rock & Roll records before disbanding in the mid seventies. At this time he created the David Johansen Group which recorded six highly acclaimed ...

  6. John Tyler - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

    John Tyler (Condado de Charles City, Virginia, 29 de marzo de 1790-Richmond, Virginia, 18 de enero de 1862) fue el décimo presidente de los Estados Unidos (1841-1845) después de ocupar brevemente el cargo de décimo vicepresidente de marzo a abril de 1841. Tyler se convirtió en el primer vicepresidente en suceder a la presidencia sin haberse ...