Singer and songwriter from Birmingham. A chance meeting with guitar virtuoso Hartley Cane led to the formation of a rock band. The rock career lost momentum when the major album Rogues & Thieves did not take off but he did get on Top Of The Pops as part of his mate, Roy Wood¹s band, The Move. Gradually his music became more Country and he was invited by Mervyn Conn to be part of the famed Wembley Festivals. Mervyn Conn backed two albums recorded in Nashville with the Jordanaires and Hargus Pig Robbins. Raymond Froggatt is the only UK artist to have played the Albert Hall, London Palladium and the Birmingham Symphony Hall. He is one of an elite band who can have a theatre tour each year. Sites: raymond-froggatt. In Groups: The Monopoly (2), The Raymond Froggatt Band.
Folk Singer is the fourth studio album by Muddy Waters, released in April 1964 by Chess Records. The album features Waters on acoustic guitar, backed by Willie Dixon on string bass, Clifton James on drums, and Buddy Guy on acoustic guitar. It is Waters's only all-acoustic album. Numerous reissues of Folk Singer include bonus tracks from two subsequent sessions, in April 1964 and October 1964.
Joanne Froggatt (born 23 August 1980) is an English actress of stage, television, and film. From 2010, she played lady's maid Anna Bates in all six seasons of the period drama Downton Abbey. For this role, she received three Primetime Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series and won the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress on Television in 2014
Raymond "Froggy" Froggatt was a singer/songwriter who spent much of his tumultuous career struggling to gain recognition. Born in Birmingham, England, he made his debut singing at a Dunlop factory party and received ten cents for his efforts. Froggatt was a sickly child who spent much of his youth battling tuberculosis in the Yardley Sanatorium. He left school in the 1950s to work a series of odd jobs. He had a recurrence of tuberculosis at age 18, and this time it attacked his kidneys and bladder. Froggatt signed to Bell Records in 1972, where he and Monopoly cut their first album, Bleach. The album's first single "The Singer" was mishandled by an inept deejay who accidentally played the record too fast on the Roundtable Show. The panelists had a good laugh and the single died then and there. Still, the album sold fairly well.
Froggatt, Derbyshire, a village in the Derbyshire Dales District, England. Froggatt Crescent, in Croydon, New South Wales, Australia, named for Walter Wilson Froggatt. Jack Froggatt (1922–1993), an English football player. Joanne Froggatt (born 1980), a British actress. Kathryn Froggatt, former member of the band Wheatus. Sir Leslie Froggatt (1920–2010), British-born Australian businessman. Peter Froggatt (talent agent) (born 1934), British talent agent.
Froggatt's debut album was a bland singer/songwriter effort, mixing in parts of troubadour folk and late-'60s middle-of-the-road British pop/rock. At times, particularly on some of the more bittersweet tunes, it's a little reminiscent of the softer aspects of the early Bee Gees (check "Lonely Old World" for a dose of that). Some of the more hale pop-folk-rock cuts might vaguely bring Donovan's more mainstream work to mind, although Donovan was miles better. Occasional tracks like the traditional "Corinna Corrina" and the guitar instrumental "Sonnet.
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So the missing number is 45-16 29. Puzzle Author: Stephen Froggatt. See this puzzle without solution Discuss this puzzle at the Math is Fun Forum.
Raymond Froggatt was born in Birmingham on 13th November 1941. Froggie, as he is known by his army of fans, started his working days as a pipe lagger, night time would be spent singing in the pubs and secretly writing poetry in his spare time, a great talent that maybe would have stayed hidden if not for the illness. Raymond was diagnosed with TB in his teenage years & was forced to change his life style.
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