George Blanda is a record-setting quarterback and placekicker in the United States. Blanda played football for 26 seasons, longer than anyone else, but he is probably best remembered for his last-minute heroic scoring in back-to-back games. In 1970, Blande scored 4 wins and 1 tie for his team with last-second touchdown passes or field goals.
He used a Epiphone Casino, seen in their Japan tour!
"What Is Life", the second single from his album All Things Must Pass.
George Harrison Died With Cancer In 2002 In Front Of Paul McCartney (One of the Beatles's)
I don't think this is true. He actually died in 2001 and he couldn't of died in front of Paul McCartney because George was at a friend's house at the time and Paul was probably in the UK.
George produced for Jackie Lomax, Badfinger, and various other projects that no one will ever know about.
George Harrison used a 1962 Fender Stratocaster, and named it "Rocky" - it's probably the best known celebrity guitars of all time. One early April day in 1967, shortly after the final recording sessions for Sgt. Pepper were completed, and with the Summer of Love, (and LSD), spreading around the world, George Harrison armed himself with some pots of dayglo and enamel paint, (plus some of Patti Boyd's nail polish), and set to work turning his 1962 Sonic Blue Stratocaster into a work of art. The finished guitar was first glimpsed in the black-and-white television footage of 'All You Need Is Love', but could be seen in all its dayglo, phsycadellic technicolor glory in the film clip made for 'I Am The Walrus'. The unpainted "Rocky" had played a major part in the recording of Rubber Soul, Revolver and Sgt Pepper albums, and Fender has created a special re-issue of the "rocky" guitar painted like George's.
George Harrison was born on the 25th of February 1943 in Wavertree, Liverpool and died on the 29th November 2001 of throat cancer. This then spread to his lungs and he died in a Hollywood Hills mansion. This was due to long-term smoking.
For more information on his death go to: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Harrison#Death
John Lennon was 40 when he died. (1940-1980)
George Harrison was 59 when he died. (1943-2002)
George Harrison was married twice.
He was first married to model, Patti Boyd.
He later married Olivia Trinidad Arias in 1978 with whom he had one son.
Harold "Harry" Harrison Sr., a city bus driver, and Louise French Harrison, a dance instructor. George was the youngest of four children; his older siblings were Louise, Harold Jr., and Peter. Both George's parents supported his decision to become a working musician.
He actually wrote the song around the time the Beatles were recording the double album.
The name Olivia has originated in the Greek culture for olive trees,so not Realy, but my name is Olivia and I'm Mexican
Dovedale Primary School and Liverpool Institute.
he was worth around $400 million at the time of his death
as friends, yeah.....i dont think they were in, like, a sexual relationship
He mainly lived at Friar Park in Henley-on-Thames, England.
On Peter Jackson's Get Back documentary, George said he wears a size 8. He asked if a local shoe shop could bring some black slip on shoes of that size for him to try on at Apple Studios.
Harrison's interest in Indian music came during the filming of "Help!" and expanded when he was introduced to the work of Ravi Shankar by David Crosby of The Byrds in 1965. The interest in the music lead him to travel to India, where he got engrossed in the culture.
George was never knighted but he is a Member of the Order of the British Empire.
Chalmers Johnson died on November 20, 2010 at the age of 79.
George Abram Miller died on February 10, 1951.George Armitage Miller died on July 22, 2012.
George Arthur Miller died on February 21, 1935.
Probably not. William Henry Harrison and Benjamin Harrison were American presidents. George Harrison was a British musician who was born after the former two.
Some one who does not drink alcohol teetotal
Someone who is teetotal does not drink alcohol - the word derives from the emphatic expression of Total - total abstinence from alcohol.
Most guitar musicians play a variety of types and brands. In the Beatles early days, because they were living and working in Germany, they purchased the relatively cheap Rickenbacker guitars. George also played the Gretsch Country Gentleman and in his later Beatle days, a Fender Telecaster. It is also well documented that he played Gibson and Epiphone guitars.
Dhani is pronounced the same as Danny.