COL FB: Michigan State 21, Purdue 7

EAST LANSING, Mich., Nov. 8 (UPI) -- Javon Ringer rushed for 121 yards and two touchdowns Saturday, sparking the 17th-ranked Michigan State Spartans to a 21-7 win over Purdue.

It's Only Rock & Roll

David Egan is Louisiana's most accomplished contemporary blues songwriter. He wrote the anthemic "Sing It," the title track of the Marcia Ball/Irma Thomas/Tracy Nelson album, plus two other tracks on that album.
JOHN SWENSON, United Press International

Rock News: Music's high and low notes

Bruce Springsteen is among the legions of fans looking forward to the April 8 release of Soozie Tyrell's debut album "White Lines" (Treasure Records).
JOHN SWENSON, United Press International


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Country Music News

Kenny Rogers born in Houston, Texas, 1938. Harold Reid of the Statler Brothers born in Virginia, 1939. Eddy Arnold's "Hep Cat Baby" charted No. 3, 1954. Patsy Cline recorded "Crazy," 1961.
DICK KELSEY, United Press International

Johnny Adams (Laten John Adams, 5 January 1932 - 14 September 1998) was an American blues singer from New Orleans, Louisiana.

Adams was known as "The Tan Canary" for the amazing range of his singing voice and his gospel influenced style. He began his career singing gospel, but crossed over to secular music in 1959, and scored a national hit with the single "I Won't Cry." That was followed by a string of regional hits in the 1960s which included "Release Me" and "Reconsider Me."

In the 1980s and 1990s, Adams recorded several award-winning albums for Rounder Records.

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