William Harold "Billy" Dean, Jr. (born April 2, 1962, in Quincy, Florida) is an American country music singer and songwriter. BillyDean first gained national attention after appearing on the television talent competition Star Search. Active as a recording artist since 1990, he has recorded a total of eight studio albums (of which the first three have been certified gold by the RIAA) and a greatest hits package which is also certified gold. His studio albums have accounted for more than twenty hit singles on the Billboard country charts, including eleven Top Ten hits. Although he never reached the top of the Billboard country charts on his own, he reached Number One in 2000 as one of two guest vocalists on Kenny Rogers' "Buy Me a Rose", and had two Number Ones on the RPM country charts in Canada.
16.06.2009 [ClubFanzine.com] - Last year Billy Clarke and Dean Bowditch scored the Town goals, while a year earlier Andy Duncan scored an own goal and Sammy Moore netted a last minute equaliser. Former Blues academy full-back Erkan Okay is a current member of the Chelmsford squad.
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04.06.2009 [The Tennessean] - He holds MD and DDS degrees from Meharry Medical College. Ballard has served as a tenured professor at Meharry since 2000. Dr. Valerie Montgomery Rice, who held the position, will be executive director of the Center for Women's Health Research.
01.06.2009 [Palladium-Item] - He is survived by his wife of 54 years, Jean (Cameron) Meeks of Eaton, Ohio; son, Dean Allen Meeks of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; daughter, Debbie Meeks of Eaton, Ohio; son, Douglas Cameron Meeks of Eaton, Ohio; granddaughters, Deanna (husband Michael) ...