Byline: Jasbir Authi STAFF REPORTER MERIDEN'S band of gypsies face a last-minute search for a new home after their latest attempt to set up an alternative site received the thumbs-down from planning officers.
What does BoG stand for?
BoG stands for Band of Gypsies (band)
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- Blown Optical Fiber Technology
- Board of Foreign Trade
- Bureau of Fair Trade for Imports and Exports (Ministry of Commerce of the People's Republic of China)
- Business Opportunities from Turkey
- Building Our Future Through Science and Innovation (AU)
- Beginning of the Fiscal Year
- Burnt Orange Fan Zone (Texas Longhorns fan website)
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Jimi Hendrix - People, Hell And Angels There's no doubt that barrel-scraping can be heard on this fourth authorised release of Hendrix out-takes, mainly recorded in late 1969 with his Band Of Gypsies backing musicians.
Jimi Hendrix - People, Hell And Angels THERE'S no doubt that barrel-scraping can be heard on this fourth authorised release of Hendrix out-takes, mainly recorded in late 1969 with his Band Of Gypsies backing musicians.
Howe Gelb, pictured, has fronted the roots/alt country outfit Giant Sand (which later spawned Calexico), for a couple of decades but this show harnesses Gelb's meandering Americana roots background with the Spanish flamenco-based Band of Gypsies.
THEY WERE a travelling band of gypsies, nomads, corporates and creatives who all loved music.
Basically, I left Berklee to go around Europe with a band of Gypsies," he says.
Concocted by Calla Hay, society editor of The New Mexican, and Rosina Brown, a member of a prominent Santa Fe family, the hoax began with five articles in the paper before Fiesta, proclaiming the city was about to be invaded by a band of Gypsies from Mexico.
The short-lived Electric Flag was formed in 1967 by blues guitarist Mike Bloomfield, who brought together a collection of seasoned professionals, including drummer Buddy Miles, who went on to play with Jimi Hendrix's Band Of Gypsies.