Even though Selena died young she still had a memorable life. First and foremost, Selena had a lot of ups and downs in her personal life. Selena met her husband when he got the job as her lead guitarist. When they started dating her dad was not gonna have it and fired Chris. The happy couple was not gonna let Selena’s dad get in the way so they decided to get married behind his back.
“Trying to get her career to take off, Hill would sing at Nashville clubs several nights a week” (Hinman 23). One of these nights, however, were different from the others. According to “Hill, Faith,” Hill was singing at a bar in Nashville when a talent scout from Warner/Reprise signed her to the label that night. “Hill recorded her first album, ‘Take Me As I Am,’ in the spring of 1993” (Hinman 25). Her career finally started to kick off after the release of her first album.
Amy has always been encompassed in music, surrounded by uncles on her mother’s side that were jazz musicians, her father, a former singer, and her grandmother was once in a relationship with Ronnie Scott, a jazz musician. By the time Winehouse was 12, she was enrolled in the esteemed Sylvia Young Theatre School, where a fellow classmate passed along a tape of her singing to his music label, which eventually led to Winehouse getting signed to Island/Universal. That same year, “Winehouse was expelled for ‘not applying herself’ and piercing her nose”(Biography.com 1). Winehouse’s professional career began when she released her first album, “Frank”, in 2003. For this, “the album was nominated for the Mercury Music Prize as well as two BRIT awards for Best Female Solo Artist and Best Urban Act.
Although she was born in Cuba, she immigrated to the US at the age of 12 and her family settled in Miami, Florida. She attended at the University of Miami but sadly couldn’t finish all four years because she didn’t have the financial support for higher education. She is best known for being a Cuban-born journalist, actress, television host, and also for motivating many Hispanic women. The article, “40 Latinas Who Have Changed the World!,” states, “...Cristina inspired and motivated for decades with her self-titled hit Univision show.” She is a role model for many Hispanic women in Florida. According to “Time Magazine,” she is one of the top 25 influential Hispanics in the US.
Also because she continues to inspire me and many other people. Early life Judith Anna Jamison had been born on May 10, 1943 in Philadelphia. Jamison's parents enrolled her in the Judimar School of Dance, where she performed in her first dance recital at the age of six. She had studied ballet, tap, acrobatics, and jazz. First Jamison had enrolled at Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee, on a physical education scholarship.
He is currently going to the University of Arkansas and is in their band playing clarinet. Although high school Jacob made it very clear that he was participating in society. His Senior year of high school he volunteered a summer to helping old people. While in high school he learned and demonstrated good citizenship by learning about the different political parties and societies. You can ask him anything about any party and he could answer it.
However, in “The Jazz Singer,” the 13-year-old Jackie Robbin has not been stopped by his family duty in getting what he wants – singing Jazz. Family duty is present in the movie when Jackie struggles to decide to sing at his Broadway show or to sing at the Yom Kippur service as his father is in deathbed. On the one hand, Jackie seems totally Americanized: when he runs away from home, changes his name, confronts his father after seeing him again, and asserts that his career comes before everything. All these make him seem strong-willed in pursuing his American dream. On the other, Jackie has moments of compromise: towards the end of the movie Jackie chooses family duty over his career, singing the religious song in his father’s place.
Clare waits for all of her life to see Henry, and when she is 82 years old, she finally meets him. I think that the best part of the story was when Henry and Clare got married. Just before Henry needed to swear his love towards Clare He just disappears in the middle of nowhere. Of course, he gets nervous and despair about his future since he thought that this disappearance will impress Clare’s family in a terrible way. However, the old version of Henry calms him down by saying that the old version remembers swearing love with Clare.
The father had been given a second chance and makes a choice to take advantage of his chance and make his son late yet again. The mother had lost all trust in the father when he brought his son home late one night because they had been at a nightclub. The father had brought the son to see Thelonious Monk. Which was a band that was popular in this time period. The father was just simply trying to introduce his child to good music and give him a great opportunity.
Where he attended Lawrence High School and met the love of his life, Elinor White. Following the great success of his first poem "My Butterfly: an Elegy," in 1894 poem, he decided to propose Elinor. After his wedding He moved to the farm with his family where he experienced many family deaths. These events then became his inspiration for the relationship between mankind and nature and encouraged him to write poetry regarding his rough times. However he could not find any publisher willing to underwrite his poems.