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Thomas "Tommy" Sparks is a Swedish-born English singer-songwriter from London. He is known for his songs "She's Got Me Dancing" and "I'm a Rope". His self-titled album was released on 11 May 2009 in the United Kingdom. He co-wrote The Prodigy song "Wild West" featured on the bonus disc for Invaders Must Die. He also features on the Filthy Dukes album Nonsense in the Dark on the song "Messages".
Tommy Sparks is the self-titled debut studio album from the musician Tommy Sparks. It contains 10 tracks written by Tommy Sparks and produced by Mike Crossey. It was released through Island Records on May 11, 2009 in the United Kingdom. The album features his singles "I'm A Rope" and "She's Got Me Dancing". The single "Miracle" was released in August.
Thomas Frank "Tully" Sparks, was a former professional baseball player who played pitcher in the Major Leagues from 1897 to 1910. He would play for the Philadelphia Phillies, Pittsburgh Pirates, Milwaukee Brewers, New York Giants, and Boston Americans. He was an alumnus of Beloit College.
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Thomas Lee Bass is a Greek-American musician and founding member of Mötley Crüe. As well as being the band's long-term drummer, Lee founded rap-metal band Methods of Mayhem, and has pursued solo musical projects.
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Tommy is the fourth studio album by the English rock band The Who. It was first released as a double album on 23 May 1969 by Decca Records. The album was mostly composed by guitarist Pete Townshend as a rock opera that tells the story about a "deaf, dumb and blind" boy, including his experiences with life and his relationship with his family.
Sparks is an American pop and rock band formed in Los Angeles in 1972 by brothers Ron (keyboards) and Russell Mael (vocals). The duo formed in 1968 under the name Halfnelson. Known for their quirky approach to songwriting, Sparks' music is often accompanied by intelligent, sophisticated, and acerbic lyrics, and an idiosyncratic, theatrical stage presence, typified in the contrast between Russell's animated, hyperactive frontman antics and Ron's deadpan scowling. They are also noted for Russell Mael's distinctive wide-ranging voice and Ron Mael's intricate and rhythmic keyboard playing style.
Jordin Brianna Sparks is an American singer-songwriter and actress. She rose to fame in 2007 after winning the sixth season of American Idol at age 17, becoming the youngest winner in the series' history. Her self-titled debut studio album, released later that year, was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) and has sold over two million copies worldwide. The album spawned the Billboard Hot 100 top-ten singles "Tattoo" and "No Air"; the latter, a collaboration with Chris Brown, is currently the third highest-selling single by any American Idol contestant, selling over three million digital copies in the United States. The song earned Sparks her first Grammy Award nomination for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals.
Larry Sparks is an American Bluegrass singer and guitarist. He was the winner of the 2004 and 2005 International Bluegrass Music Association Male Vocalist of the Year Award. 2005, won IBMA for Album of the Year and Recorded Event of the Year for his album "40," celebrating his 40th year(2003) in bluegrass music.
Introducing Sparks is the seventh album by the American rock band Sparks, released in 1977.
Join Together is a box set of live material released from The Who's 1989 25th Anniversary Tour. Several of the tracks were recorded at Radio City Music Hall, New York, and at Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles, with the rest from various other concerts during the tour.
The Who's Tommy is a rock musical with music and lyrics by Pete Townshend and book by Townshend and Des McAnuff, based on The Who's 1969 rock opera Tommy.
"She's Got Me Dancing" is a song by Tommy Sparks, with its music video directed by American comedian Eric Wareheim. It is the second song from his album, Tommy Sparks. The song was released for download and in shops on 4 May 2009. The song has been used occasionally in the media, including the advertising of PlayStation 3 game EyePet, a television commercial for the iPod Touch, features on the EA Sports video game FIFA 10 and is also one of the songs available to dance to on Just Dance 3.
The Who Tour 1976 was The Who's second concert tour for their The Who By Numbers album.
Blue Mode is the third album by American organist Reuben Wilson recorded in 1969 and released on the Blue Note label.
The Who Tour 1970 was a series of performances and tours by The Who in support of both their Tommy and Live at Leeds albums.
The Who Tour 1969 was a series of performances and tours by The Who, partially in support of their Tommy album.
Right Here Right Now is the third studio album by American singer Jordin Sparks. It was released on August 21, 2015 through Louder Than Life/Red Associated Labels (RAL), an imprint of Sony Music Entertainment, and 19 Recordings. Following the dissolution of her original label Jive Records in 2011, Sparks was signed to RCA Records, but after years of failed negotiations to release new material under their label, she was released from her contract in 2014 and signed with Louder Than Life/Red Associated Labels. Sparks first confirmed the announcement of the album's release in November 2014, following the release of her mixtape #ByeFelicia. Right Here Right Now marks her first studio album in over six years, since Battlefield (2009).
"Double Tap" is a song recorded by American singer-songwriter Jordin Sparks, featuring Atlanta based rapper 2 Chainz. The song was released by Louder Than Life & Sony Music on March 3, 2015, as the lead single from Sparks' third studio album Right Here Right Now (2015). The song was written by Victoria Monét McCants, Thomas "Tommy" Parker Lumpkins & Tauheed Epps and Jonas Jeberg, with the latter also producing the track.
2017 Tommy & More was a UK "Tommy plus hits" mini concert tour by British band The Who.