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    Yarnall appeared in dozens of tv shows and movies, including Bonanza, Love American Style, The Face Of Eve and Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice. She also wrote five -- five! -- books about holistic health care for pets.

    Celeste Yarnall, Star Trek actress and Elvis Presley co-star, dies at 74

    https://www.tvweek.com/tvbizwire/201...ar-dead-at-74/

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    Chandler had played bass and sung background vocals for Christian rock band Daniel Amos since 1982. The band has released 14 studio albums and three live albums. From 1984 to 1989 and from 1993 until his death, Chandler also played bass for another Christian rock band, The Choir, which has released 15 studio albums, five live albums and three EPs.

    Tim Chandler, bassist for Daniel Amos, Choir, Swirling Eddies, dies at 58

    http://www.musictap.com/2018/10/10/i...ler-1960-2018/

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    The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas opened on Broadway in 1978 and ran for 1,584 performances. It was nominated for nine Tony awards and won two: Best performance by a featured actor in a musical (Henderson Forsythe) and best performance by a featured actress in a musical (Carlin Glynn). And how much longer are we going to keep separating actors by sex? "Actresses" are actors too, y'know!

    Carol Hall, composer-lyricist of The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas, dies at 82
    Hall received two 1978 Drama Desk Awards for her work on the hit Broadway musical.

    http://www.playbill.com/article/caro...xas-dies-at-82

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    Bluegrass band Railroad Earth formed in January 2001, taking their name from Jack Kerouac's October In The Railroad Earth, a short story about his experience working as a brakeman for the Southern Pacific Railroad in 1953. The band has released seven albums and an EP and on two occasions headlined shows at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado. Their second show was released on a DVD, Live At Red Rocks. Goessling sang and played acoustic guitar, electric guitar, steel guitar, banjo, dobro, mandolin, flute, clarinet, saxophone and pennywhistle -- but not all at once.

    Railroad Earth co-founder and multi-instrumentalist Andy Goessling has died

    https://relix.com/news/detail/railro...g-passes-away/

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