[JPL] Following Ed T's lead.......
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Mon Mar 5 19:28:15 EST 2007
Harry Connick,excellant choice! Bob H.
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From: "Blaise Lantana" <blaise.lantana at riomail.maricopa.edu>
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> having a jazz musician who is also a movie star.
> I don't think ANYONE on this list would generate much interest in the
> general population.
> Someone called me last week asking why we don't play Christina Aguillera
> because she does jazz; they were referring to her new retro big band
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> Blaise Lantana
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