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Celebrities Help Starkey Hearing Foundation Raise $4.5 Million at Annual Gala - USA - With the help of dozens of well-known and highly respected celebrities, including Jim Belushi, Lou Ferrigno, Glenn Frey, Goldie Hawn, Jay Leno, Kenny Loggins, Marlee Matlin, Leslie Nielsen, Mickey Rooney, Kevin Sorbo, Robert Wagner, and many others, the Starkey Hearing Foundation raised a record $4.5 million at its annual "So the World May Hear" Awards Gala, which was held on Saturday, June 23 in St. Paul, Minn.

"For the seventh year in a row we had tremendous support from our friends all over the world who helped us raise an amazing $4.5 million to further our mission of promoting hearing health
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Celebrities : Peter Alexander, Scott Carpenter, Kenny Loggins, Glenn Frey, Lou Ferrigno, Buzz Aldrin, Peter Marshall, Sam Moore, General C. Everett Koop, Jaime Thietten, Cathy Annexstad, Al Annexstad, Barbara Sinatra, William F. Austin, Jim Belushi, Robert Wagner, Arnold Palmer, Goldie Hawn, Tommy Lasorda, Jay Leno, Jane Seymour, Leslie Nielsen, Mickey Rooney, Robert Culp, Marlee Matlin, Kevin Sorbo, Norm Crosby
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Posted 6/25/2007 04:06:08 PM | Permalink
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New-look Eagles coming to Vivint Arena
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Following the death of co-founder, singer and guitarist Glenn Frey in January of 2016, most people thought the Eagles would be finished as a recording and touring entity — since Frey's imprint on the band's sound and legacy cannot be overstated. But ...

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As former Eagles legend Glenn Frey sang – the Heat is on. Miami enters Monday's matchup with the Bulls on a seven-game winning streak and owners of a 5-2 ATS mark over the same period. Heat starting shooting guard Dion Waiters is done for the season ...

Eagles reschedule Des Moines concert
One of the best-selling groups in American rock 'n' roll history, the Eagles return to Des Moines following the January 2016 death of co-founding member Glenn Frey. The group announced earlier this year that Frey's son, Deacon Frey, and Grammy Award ...

Eagles Playing Without Glenn Frey Surprises Fleetwood Mac Star 2017 In Review
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Hear Bob Seger Talk About His Health Scare, New Album and Springsteen
His music was finally on streaming services after his management and Capitol Records agreed to terms following a protracted war and he was on tour in support of his new LP I Knew You When, which features tributes to departed rock stars Lou Reed ...

Deseret News

The Eagles announce Salt Lake City concert on May 3
Deseret News
SALT LAKE CITY — The Eagles recently added four new dates to its 2018 tour — including a stop in Salt Lake City at Vivint Arena on May 3. The classic 1970s country-rock band behind mega-hits such as “Take it Easy,” “Peaceful Easy Feeling” and “Hotel ...
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