Terence Marne O'Neill, Baron O'Neill of the Maine, PC (NI) (10 September 1914 – 12 June 1990), was the fourth Prime Minister of Northern Ireland and leader (1963–1969) of the Ulster Unionist Party (UUP).
The court heard much the same testimony as in the committal hearings. However, it appeared that Terence had initially been somewhat confused about the sequence of events Dr Holloway Davies, the local doctor called by Mrs Gough, testified that when he arrived Dennis had been dead for between four and six hours . This eventually developed into the long-running play The Mousetrap. Terry O'Neill has published a non-fiction book about the case Footnotes. a b c d e f "Causes of Boy's Death", The Times, 13 February 1945.
Without a Song" is a popular song with music by Vincent Youmans and lyrics by Billy Rose and Edward Eliscu, published in 1929. It was included in the musical play, Great Day. The play only ran for 36 performances but contained two songs which became famous, "Without a Song" and "Great Day"
Maxine" is a song by New Zealand singer and songwriter Sharon O'Neill. The song was released in May 1983 as the second single from her fourth studio album, Foreign Affairs (1983). The song peaked at number 16 in Australia and New Zealand. It remain's O'Neill's highest charting single in Australia. Late in 1981, O'Neill moved from New Zealand to Sydney, Australia to pursue her music career. It was here that she wrote "Maxine", a song that chronicled the life of a Kings Cross prostitute.
Sharon O'Neill was born on 23rd November 1952 in Nelson and started performing locally in the late 60's on acoustic guitar. She was a self taught musician who learned to play mainly by ear. Sharon started composing at an early age, mainly by putting chords to her poetry. An entry into the 1970 Mobil Song Quest, saw them make the finals with a song called "Life Upon Life" written by Sharon. The song appeared on the album from the Quest under the recording name of Sharon and Nancy. The album "Mobil Song Quest 1970" was released on the Kiwi label, catalogue number MS-70. It reached number 6 on the charts. That same year she received an APRA Silver Scroll Award for the song "Face In A Rainbow" from her debut album. She also received the Rising Star Award and was voted Top Female Vocalist in 1978, 1979 and 1980.
Album · 2010 · 24 Songs. More By Terence O'Neill-Joyce. See All. Anna Akhmatova: Three Works.
Paul O'Neill (February 23, 1956 – April 5, 2017) was an American music composer, lyricist, producer, and songwriter. O'Neill was born in Flushing, Queens, New York City, the second of his parents' ten children, O'Neill's music and literary influences, as well as his own artistic visions were well established before he began working full-time in the industry in his late teens.
O’Neill’s desire for privacy means she is cagey about what her dispute with CBS was specifically about. Her conflict years with CBS Australia also coincided with O’Neill ending her marriage to guitarist Brent Thomas and her relationship with her manager and brother-in-law Grant Thomas. In Shake! magazine (Dec 1987) O’Neill advised, Take a record contract to a couple of lawyers. One day we were missing a harmony on one track and John Boylan the producer said, ‘Hang on cutie’ as he used to call me and left the room and he came back with Don Henley. He just happened to be in the building and came in a sang the harmony and left and that was that. That was unbelievable as I was such a fan of the Eagles. Karla Bonoff, Timothy B. Schmidt, Bill Payne.
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