“Once you replace your negative thoughts with positive ones, you’ll start having positive results” - said Willie Nelson. Willie Nelson has achieved a lot in life. Willie had 15 Grammy Awards because of the way he sang, and secured a place in the Country Music Hall of Fame, making Willie one of the greatest country singers of the 20th century. Willie Nelson started learning music when he was just a kid. He wrote his first song when he was seven years old.
During Sousa’s 40 years of composing he had many different musical pieces he wrote. One of his most popular pieces was a march called “The Washington Post”. Another one of his wildly popular pieces included a patriotic march called “The Stars and Stripes Forever.” John also wrote a few operas including his most famous piece, his third opera, “El Capitan.” These three pieces are all important pieces from Sousa’s life.
Billy Buck is the fatherly man that everyone can’t help but love and trust. In The Red Pony by John Steinbeck, Billy Buck plays the trust worthy, impressive man everyone wants as a father. Billy is very prideful in the fact that he was able to help Jody, the son of Billy’s employer, and be the father Jody wished he had. Billy felt awful when Jody lost faith in him. Billy will also feel a very different emotion, such as pride when his respected elders think him a good man.
As in the article, (“Orville Wright 's Biography”) it says, “His adventurous nature and drive to succeed combined with his brother Wilbur 's research skills to achieve what is considered by many to be the greatest, most influential accomplishment of the 20th century.” This evidence from the website showed tells me that one part of his legacy was having the greatest most influential accomplishment of the 20th century which is a big thing to live up to in a legacy. Moving on to the next evidence why Orville Wright was influential, was made by (Turner) and it said, “One hundred years ago next month, the Wright brothers flew for the first time in a machine that was heavier than air and changed our vision of the world.” Basically this is showing me that Orville Wright and his brother has a legacy of changing the vision the of the world by flying an airplane which made his legacy stand for a long time. As you can see again in (Brothers) its stating, “They were awarded the patent for the first flying machine in May 1906.”
He is one of the most popular singers of this time; I can’t even describe the amount of fans that were there! After the war music was reshaped for the better because now we have the beautiful music of rock and roll. Rock and Roll artist’s especially Elvis contributed African American music and blues to create a unique sound. Elvis challenges the old belief of separating white and black music as he combines them together. Elvis also challenges the social and racial blockades of this times he fosters an new American music and popular culture.
Even though Sarty does not know exactly what his dad actually did in the war, he
These two lines are “I can only imagine what the first has to say” and “You’ve come a long way from whiskey and cocaine.” The word choice of “I” is first person and Pink is implying that she herself, is also disappointed with the president and how he has run the country but it would disappoint the first lady even more about his work and what he has done and caused. Another persuasive technique that is present in stanza 5 is emotive language. The word choice of hate.
Although they are not from our time, Elvis Presley and Michael Jacksons’ names are known all over the world. These two are arguably the most influential artists in music history. Elvis was an actor, singer and dancer, while Michael chose to focus mainly on his music and dancing. Despite their differences, both helped sculpt the music industry into what it is today. The popularity of Jackson and Presley causes many to ask “Who was more influential?”
According to Hillside, “Hitler was a man who believed neither in god nor in conscience.” Therefore, Hitler was an atheist and only posed as a conservative catholic. He was in charge of the Holocaust and did too much harm to thousands of Jewish people. According to NBC News, “The horrific destruction and human suffering in Haiti exert an almost irresistible pull on
he’s famous and a lot of people like him including me. I love Kane Brown. His face really deserves to be on this postage stamp. You HAVE to listen to his song What Ifs and Heaven. If you haven’t you better because if you don’t you will be missing out on some of the best songs ever.
Keith Urban losing his father is definitely one of those times where friends will be waiting in the wings to lend love and support. There has been no definitive information about what the condition of Robert Urban is in at this time, but likely it isn 't good. With the announcement of the news, fans have been reaching out to Keith Urban across social media and offering words of support. Many believe that sending well wishes or encouragement to a star is not worth the effort, but many on the receiving end appreciated it more than they let on. Robert Urban can be credited with giving Keith Urban his love for country music.
Adolf Hitler “Those who want to live, let them fight, and those who do not want to fight in this world of eternal struggle do not deserve to live.” -Adolf Hitler. This essay will be over Adolf Hitler, leader of the Nazis and murderer of the Jews and countless others. Hitler got his point across to the Jews that he clearly did not want them around. He blamed them for the loss of World War II.
Not only would would he most likely fail to do everything he promised, he would put our entire country in jepordy. He is very abrasive, egotistical, and many countries already don’t like him. The things he says and the actions he says he’s going to take would infuriate many countries and could be a danger to us. If Donald Trump says he’s going to go to a country to bomb them, obviously that country isn’t going to let it slide- they’ll try to make the first move, which could easily start a war. Trump also is very vocally racist and sexist.
Civil Rights Trailblazer - William Wilberforce Bimdini Perera “The heartbroken mother was to be separated from her little boy for the rest of her life” - Derick Bingham. This was what happened to many mothers and their children before slavery was put an end to.
Even though Johnny Cash’s legacy is full of fame and fortune, he struggled with a drug and alcohol addiction for much of his career. A.J. Samuels, a writer for theculturetrip.com, claims that as Johnny Cash’s fame rose, so did his dependency on alcohol and amphetamines, which he started taking so he would be able to stay awake during his tours. Because of this, his performances would be extremely errotic, to the point where he would be stumbling and smashing things on stage. In 1955, Johnny and June Carter met and performed together on stage multiple times. The two of them had a love affair, while he was still married to his first bride Vivian, and the two fell madly in love.