Greg Evigan is an American actor with  a net worth of $1 million. Greg Evigan was born in 1953 and comes from South Amboy, New Jersey.  His career started in the teen idol and played in the productions of Jesus Christ Superstar and Grease.  He played Greg in the TV Shiow A Year on Top. […]

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Nugent dropped the Amboy Dukes band name for good in 1975, and signed to Epic Records . Derek St. Holmes (guitar, vocals), Rob Grange (bass) and Clifford Davies (drums) were the primary additional band members for his 1970s multi-platinum [19] albums: Ted Nugent (1975), Free-for-All (1976) and Cat Scratch Fever (1977). These albums produced the popular radio anthems "Hey Baby", " Stranglehold ", "Dog Eat Dog", and " Cat Scratch Fever ". It was during these three years that Nugent emerged as a guitar hero to hard rock fans, many of whom were unaware of his lengthy apprenticeship with the Amboy Dukes. [20] This band lineup toured extensively, also releasing the multi-platinum live album Double Live Gonzo! (1978), until its breakup in 1978 when St. Holmes and Grange departed. St. Holmes was replaced by Charlie Huhn and Grange by Dave Kiswiney. Davies left around 1982 after staying on to record Weekend Warriors (1978), State of Shock (1979), Scream Dream (1980) and Intensities in 10 Cities (1981). The "Intensities in 10 Cities" album includes the controversial song "Jailbait." [21]

Edward Moore " Ted " Kennedy (February 22, 1932 – August 25, 2009) was an American politician who served as a United States Senator from Massachusetts for over forty ...

Kennedy re-entered Harvard in the summer of 1953 and improved his study habits. [2] His brother John was a . Senator and the family was attracting more public attention. [19] Ted joined The Owl final club in 1954 [20] and was also chosen for the Hasty Pudding Club and the Pi Eta fraternity. [21] Kennedy was on athletic probation during his sophomore year, and he returned as a second-string two-way end for the Crimson football team during his junior year and barely missed earning his varsity letter . [22] Nevertheless, he received a recruiting feeler from Green Bay Packers head coach Lisle Blackbourn , who asked him about his interest in playing professional football. [23] Kennedy demurred, saying he had plans to attend law school and to "go into another contact sport, politics." [24] In his senior season of 1955, Kennedy started at end for the Harvard football team and worked hard to improve his blocking and tackling to complement his 6 ft 2 in ( m), 200 lb (91 kg) size. [18] In the season-ending Harvard-Yale game in the snow at the Yale Bowl on November 19 (which Yale won 21–7), Kennedy caught a pass to score Harvard's only touchdown; [25] the team finished the season with a 3–4–1 record. [26] Academically, Kennedy received mediocre grades for his first three years, improved to a B average for his senior year, and finished barely in the top half of his class. [27] Kennedy graduated from Harvard at age 24 in 1956 with an AB in history and government. [27] [28]

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