Montreal Fiddle Singer, Aleksi Campagne, Releases Bilingual Indie-Folk Album
Aleksi Campagne is not your typical folksinger. Or fiddle singer. Or bilingual singer. He is, in fact, all of those at once, and more. The multifaceted nature of Campagne’s music-making truly sets him apart from his contemporaries. A one-man band of sorts, his performances are impressive not just sonically but also visually as you watch him seamlessly navigate different instruments and languages at the same time.
Alabama's Famous Crooner, Boxer, and World Cup Champion
Alabama is a state with a rich history, and it has produced its fair share of famous people. From writers and musicians to athletes and politicians, Alabama has given the world a wide range of talented individuals. Here are just a few of the most famous people from Alabama:
Kansas's Famous Actor, Pilot and Senator
Kansas may be best known for its flat landscape and cornfields, but the state has produced its fair share of famous people. From athletes to actors, musicians to politicians, Kansas has been home to some of the most influential and respected people in the world. The following is a list of just a few of the most famous Kansans.
Virginia’s Famous Athlete, Singer, and Actor
Virginia has given birth to a number of famous people over the years, each of whom has made a significant contribution to the world in their own way. Perhaps the most famous Virginian is George Washington, who served as the first President of the United States. Washington was born in Westmoreland County and went on to lead the Continental Army during the American Revolution. He is also responsible for crafting the blueprint for the federal government that we still use today.
3 Incredible People From Ohio
Ohio has long been a hotbed of talent, spawning some of the most acclaimed thinkers, performers, and artists in the world. The following are three famous Buckeyes who had a major impact on the world:
2 Magnificent Inventions From North Carolina
North Carolina has had a long history of innovation that dates back to the early days of the American colonies, including the following two:. Lunsford Richardson was born in 1854 in North Carolina. He was a sickly child, and his parents tried a variety of home remedies to ease his symptoms. One of the most effective treatments was a poultice made from a mold, which grew on the bark of trees. This mold was ground into a powder and mixed with lard, which was then applied to the skin.
7 Extraordinary People Born in Utah
Utah is a land of many wonders, and its people are just as varied and interesting as its landscape. While the state is best known for its Mormon population, Utah is actually home to people of all faiths and backgrounds.
Michigan's Famous Filmmaker and Comedian
While it is often overshadowed by its larger neighbors, Michigan has produced its fair share of famous people. For instance, the state was home to several prominent auto industry entrepreneurs, including Henry Ford. In the world of sports, Michigan can claim legends like Magic Johnson. And in the realm of entertainment, the state has spawned such diverse talents as Stevie Wonder and Madonna. Michigan may not be the first place that comes to mind when thinking about famous people, but the state has certainly left its mark on the world.
Florida's Famous 'Happy Painter'
Few TV personalities are as iconic as Bob Ross. With his soft voice and permed afro, Ross became a household name in the 1980s with his public television show The Joy of Painting.
Pennsylvania's Famous 'Princess'
Grace Kelly was one of the most successful actresses of her generation. She starred in classic films such as Dial M for Murder and Rear Window and won an Academy Award for her role in The Country Girl.
Ohio Native Logan Paul Wears 6 Million Dollar Pokemon Card as Jewelry at Wrestlemania
Logan Paul photoPhoto by Erik Drost (Creative Commons) If you have six million dollars to spend on a Pokemon card, why not flaunt it? That's exactly what internet personality, boxer, and Pokémon investor Logan Paul did recently when he wore that Pokemon card during his WrestleMania 38 appearance.
Homes of Celebrities that ACTUALLY Live in Georgia
What famous people live in Georgia? There are a BUNCH! I'll show you where celebrities like Tyler Perry, Elton John, Zac Brown, and Cardi B. LIVE and how much it'll cost if you want to buy a home in Georgia nearby!
What Does That Have to Do With It?
Have you ever given thought to who has had the most influence on your life? How have they influenced you? What impact have they had on who you are today? Is what you have become and are becoming what you want? Is it too late to be influenced by someone else? Let's explore these questions and more.
Hidden History in Sacagawea's Grave in Wyoming
When you are travel south from Yellowstone National Park. You can find yourself on the beautiful Shoshone Nation. Where Sacagawea is said to be buried. Was Sacagawea, the Lewis and Clark guide, really buried in Wyoming on the Shoshone Nation? Did this heroine really live to be 100 years old on the Wind River Shoshone Nation? This is the story of the Shoshone woman Sacagawea. And the possible impostor grave of Sacagawea in west central Wyoming. Note in Wyoming, they spell her name "Sacajawea." Sacagawea is the woman who guided the Lewis and Clark expedition across the northern United States in 1805 and 1806. The younger crowd might know her best from the movie "Night at the Museum." She rocks! We explore how present scholarship feels the woman in the Sacajawea Cemetery in Wyoming is an impostor. So come along with us as we explore the beautiful and unique Sacajawea Cemetery in Fort Washakie, Wyoming.