Citations with the tag: GENTRY, Bobbie
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- BOB GENTRY OF LAGUNA BEACH. 'I'M PROUD TO BE A GAY MAYOR'
// Advocate; 10/27/83, Issue 379, p40
Focuses on selection of Bobbie Gentry for the post of mayor of Laguna Beach, California. Political background of Gentry; Condition of gay community in the county; Improvement in the image of gay residents in the community of county; Action taken by Gentry for civil rights of gays.
- Bobbie's Billie's Bundle.
// Time; Sep1967, Vol. 90 Issue 9, p56
The article reviews the music release "Ode to Billie Joe," by Bobbie Gentry.
- Steff Mahan to perform in Kansas City and Hays.
Ayers, Donne L. // Liberty Press; Mar2007, Vol. 13 Issue 7, p38
The article presents an interview with lesbian recording artist Steff Mahan. Mahan talked about her music and personal life. She was an advertising executive before she moved to Nashville, Tennessee to become a recording artist. She considers singer Bobbie Gentry as the woman that has most...
Ayers, Donne L. // Time; 12/26/1969, Vol. 94 Issue 26, p41
The article presents several announcements related to marriage and death. It mentions that Bobbie Gentry and William Harrah will get married in a Presbyterian ceremony in Reno, Nevada. The architect of the merger that created Morgan Guaranty Trust, Henry C. Alexander, died at the age of 67. The...
- BOBBIE GENTRY (Music).
Weingarten, Marc // Entertainment Weekly; 4/23/2004, Issue 761, p83
Reviews the music release "Chickasaw County Child: The Artistry of Bobby Gentry," performed by Bobby Gentry.
Weingarten, Marc // Wire Journal International; Apr2007, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p28
The article presents obituaries for several notable people including Bobby C. Gentry, a retired Southwire Co. employee who was an expert on industry standards and Bradley S. Schroeder, director of engineering and quality for Kalas Manufacturing.
- NAME IT, SHE'LL MAKE IT.
Weingarten, Marc // Ebony; May1977, Vol. 32 Issue 7, p66
The article profiles African American costume designer Ruth West of International Costume Co. shop in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California. Her client list includes actress Ann-Margret, The Jacksons and singer Bobbi Gentry. West learned sewing from her grandmother and studied still-life drawing at...
- You ain't so big.
Webster, John // Xtra (Toronto); 8/3/2006, Issue 568, p36
The article reviews two music releases including "Nightlife," by Erase Errata and "The Delta Sweete/Local Gentry," by Bobbie Gentry.
Webster, John // Breckenridge American; 5/10/2008, p2
The article presents questions and answers related to celebrities in the U.S. including the number of films made by Frank Sinatra, the actor who plays the angel Earl on the television program "Saving Grace" and another about singer Bobbie Gentry.
Webster, John // Time; 4/27/1970, Vol. 95 Issue 17, p86
The article offers information on several deaths and divorce in the U.S. It states that leggy pop singer Bobbie Gentry divorced owner of Nevada's biggest gambling casino William Harrah. It also states that architect Richard Neutra died of a heart attack. Deaths of liberal economist George H....
- ODE TO BILLIE JOE/TOUCH 'EM WITH LOVE.
Cackett, Alan // Maverick; Mar2009, Issue 80, p80
The article reviews the music release "Ode to Billie Joe/Touch 'Em With Love," by Bobbie Gentry.
- Songwriter supreme.
Cackett, Alan // Maverick; May2007, Issue 58, p46
This article features singer and songwriter Matraca Berg. She is considered as one of country music's top songwriters in the U.S. Musicians who have been early influences for Berg included Loretta Lynn, Bobbie Gentry, Dolly Parton and Carole King. Her debut album "Lying to the Moon" was released...
- The Best Of Bobbie Gentry: The Capitol Years.
Cackett, Alan // Maverick; May2007, Issue 58, p95
The article reviews the music release "The Best of Bobbie Gentry: The Capitol Years," by Bobby Gentry.
- Deliciously listenable sin.
Webster, John // Xtra (Toronto); 9/2/2004, Issue 518, p31
Reviews several music releases in compact disc format. "A Girl Called Eddy," by performer A Girl Called Eddy; "Chickasaw County Child: The Artistry of Bobby Gentry," by Bobbie Gentry.