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Ed served on the Princes Trust Committee from 1983 until 1987 and in 1997 was a member of Sir George Martin's Music For Montserrat Committee.
Ed is additionally a Director of Ronnie Scott's Events, a company set up in 1999 to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Ronnie Scott's Club in London with the intention of raising funds for Music Therapy and an educational bursary in Ronnie Scott's memory.
Ed Bicknell ranks high in the premier league of popular music managers, but he is also a musician in his own right.
www.mark-knopfler-news.co.uk /biogs/ed.html   (1382 words)

  
  Ed Bicknell - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ed Bicknell was on the Hull University entertainments committee, arranging bands for the students, when he first got a taste for the music industry.
When Sherry was asked to handle a new, unknown outfit, Dire Straits, Ed got the job and quickly struck up a special friendship with the band.
Bicknell is now boss of Damage Management Ltd and Musicworks Ltd, both music artist management companies.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ed_Bicknell   (163 words)

  
 John Bicknell
JOHN BICKNELL, the founder of the city of Bicknell, Indiana, and one of the old settlers of Labette county, Kansas, is a man of varied and interesting experiences.
Mumfred Bicknell was born in Kentucky in 1796.
Munford, the oldest son of John Bicknell, served in the Civil War, and was wounded at the battle of Perryville, Kentucky.
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Ed served on the Princes Trust Committee from 1983 until 1987 and in 1997 was a member of Sir George Martin's Music For Montserrat Committee.
Ed is additionally a Director of Ronnie Scott's Events, a company set up in 1999 to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Ronnie Scott's Club in London with the intention of raising funds for Music Therapy and an educational bursary in Ronnie Scott's memory.
Ed Bicknell ranks high in the premier league of popular music managers, but he is also a musician in his own right.
www.mark-knopfler.net /biogs/ed.html   (1382 words)

  
 Ed Bicknell - Education - Information - Educational Resources - Encyclopedia - Music
Ed Bicknell was on the Hull University entertainments committee, arranging bands for the students, when he first got a taste for the music industry.
When Sherry was asked to handle a new, unknown outfit, Dire Straits, Ed got the job and quickly struck up a special friendship with the band.
Bicknell is now boss of Damage Management Ltd and Musicworks Ltd, both music artist management companies.
www.music.us /education/E/Ed-Bicknell.htm   (348 words)

  
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Towards the end of 1977 Ed Bicknell was working at the NEMS agency when he got a call from Stainze asking him to fix up some gigs for Dire Straits.
Ed was invited round to Phonogram's offices in December where he heard the Charlie Gillett demo tapes.
Ed Bicknell is an accomplished drummer in his own right and during a meal in a Notting Hill wine bar, Mark sat next to him and said "OK, Ed; we've formed a band, and you're the drummer." Paul Franklin joined on pedal-steel guitar.
www.mark-knopfler-news.co.uk /biogs/mark.html   (2927 words)

  
 On Beacon Hill - Newsletters, Marcus Bicknell's home page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The Bicknell racing concern is one of the twelve manufacturers for the National Supersports Championship (picture http://www.barc.net/thruxton.htm) which was relaunched at a press and track day at Silverstone on Friday 8th December 2000.
Sir John Bicknell, MP for Shaftesbury, was knighted by Henry VII on the battlefield of Bosworth in 1485.
Miss Eliza Bicknell lost her life in 1819 by her skull being fractured by a bottle wantonly thrown from the gallery of a London Theatre.
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 SLIDESHOW - Comcast.net   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
In this photo released by Trent Harris, a cat water skis in a scene from the 1991 film "Rubin and Ed," near Huntsville, Utah.
Now in its 10th year, the Bicknell International Film Festival screens B-movies, those campy films that can be so bad they're good, in Bicknell, Utah, July 23-24, 2005.
It was a screening of his film "Rubin and Ed" at Bicknell's Wayne Theater in 1995 that co-founder Trent Harris helped spark the idea of holding a festival there.
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However, Bicknell says there are no immediate plans for a DCC release of Dire Straits' upcoming album, "On Every Street," due in early September on Warner Bros. in North America and Polygram elsewhere.
While endorsing the technology, Bicknell stresses that artists should not release product on DCC until they are guaranteed royalties based on the retail price of the new format.
Although Philips is the parent company of Polygram, Bicknell says Dire Straits' sponsorship deal with the audio manufacturer is independent of its royalty discussions with the record label.
www.knopfler.net /interview52.html   (809 words)

  
 On Beacon Hill - Newsletters, Marcus Bicknell's home page
* Sir John Bicknell, MP for Shaftesbury, was knighted by Henry VII on the battlefield of Bosworth in 1485.
Basil Bicknell (1899-1918) died in action at Soissons with the Yorkshire Regiment, the Green Howards.
All Bicknells take this news seriously,and with some excitement, as it refutes the widely-held notions of the origins of the family.
www.marcusbicknell.co.uk   (1362 words)

  
 Week 5
Tony and Ed from Bicknell and Monroe City are collecting parts to repair Ed's plane after his engine-out dropped him into his own cornfield.
He was not hurt and he claimed he caused more damage to his corn getting the plane to the road than to his airplane.
Ed said he did that and the plane stalled and stopped moving forward at the same time.
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 Guardian | Playing with fire
Bicknell remembers asking the MU what its line was on artists playing in South Africa's Sun City during the apartheid era, and getting the response that "our members never play there".
Bicknell explains: "People like Freddie Staff, and maybe lots of string players who might have played on The Beatles' A Day in the Life or a Walker Brothers record, have stuck their hands in the air and said, 'Where's my money?
Bicknell worked as a booking agent in the late 1960s, and remembers how he had to manipulate the exchange system.
www.guardian.co.uk /print/0,3858,4131452-103675,00.html   (812 words)

  
 Miscellaneous Daviess County, Indiana Obituaries
Also surviving are: three sons, Bill Johnson, Vincennes; David Johnson, Bicknell and Ed Johnson Jr., Westphalia; a daughter, Mary Ann Cress, Vincennes; a stepdaughter, Ruth DeCoursey and a stepson, Mike McGlone, both of Edwardsport; a brother, George Johnson, Jacksonville, Fla. and 14 grandchildren.
She was born on July 20, 1913, in Bicknell, to William R. and Cora Mae (Weathers) Tharp.
Also surviving are: his grandmother, Martha Wright, Bicknell; a daughter, Charlie Nicole Drogich, at home; a son, Terry E. Drogich Jr., at home; a sister, Susie Morales, Albavrado, Texas; six brothers, John, Nick and Charles, all of Bicknell; David, Sandborn; Mike and William, both of Linton.
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In "Philosophy and the Mirror of Nature" Richard Rorty presented his vision of post-philosophical culture, calling upon professional philosophers to accept that epistemology is dead, that the analytic method is a myth, and that philosophy and science are merely forms of literature.
The view is given that if modern man would allow himself to be reminded of the true history of the world and to live once more in intimate relation to the song-lines of tradition, he would serve a double purpose and ease his own sense of separateness.
In a sensitive and compelling account of the lives of those at the very bottom of Indian society, Oliver Mendelsohn and Marika Vicziany explore the construction of the Untouchables as a social and political category, the historical background which led to such a definition, and their position in India today.
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 Book of nature and the stuff of epitaphs: religion, romanticism and some historical connections in environmental ...
His motives were no doubt mixed, but the passion of his engagement is evident in his famous Guide to the Lake District (edited Bicknell, 1984) in which he wrote of disfigurement of the countryside by the bad taste of the lavish Lakeland homes of nouveau riche incomers.
Bicknell, P. (ed) The Illustrated Wordsworth’s Guide to the Lakes (Exeter: Webb and Bower, 1984), pp.
Wordsworth, Written with a slate pencil, on a stone, on the side of the mountain of Black Comb, in ibid., p.
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 Conference Proceedings on HUT Results
Ferguson, H. C., Davidsen, A. F., and Kriss, G. The Hot Stellar Component in Elliptical Galaxies and Spiral Bulges, in Stellar Populations in Galaxies, ed.
Ferguson, H.C. and Davidsen, A.F. Hot Stellar Populations in the M31 Bulge, in IAU Symposium 153 Galactic Bulges, ed.
Kriss, G.A., Davidsen, A.F., and Blair, W.P. Evidence for Shock-Heated Gas in the Hopkins Ultraviolet Telescope Spectrum of NGC 1068, in Testing the AGN Paradigm, ed.
praxis.pha.jhu.edu /papers/conf_proc.html   (542 words)

  
 On Beacon Hill 8 - THE CONTROVERSY OF THE ORIGINS OF THE BICKNELL FAMILY - The Counter-Argument to Sydney Algernon ...
The Counter-Argument to Sydney Algernon Bicknell's 1895 "Excerpta Biconyllae"
It gave Sydney Algernon's conclusions that John de Bykenhulle, of Beacon Hill in Somerset, is the first Bicknell, and the man from whom we are all descended.
A.S. Bicknell attempted to support his erroneous conclusion by stating that he had found no reference to the surname Bicknell before the end of the 13th century (Proc.
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TITLE : Optical and infrared spectroscopy of circumstellar matter : proceedings of a workshop held in honor of the 65th birthday of Josef Solf at the Thüringer Landessternwarte Tautenburg, Tautenburg, Germany, 10-12 March 1999 / edited by Eike W. Guenther, Bringfried Stecklum, and Sylvio Klose EDITION : 1st.
TITLE : From stardust to planetesimals : symposium held as part of the 108th Annual Meeting of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific held at Santa Clara, California, 24-26 June 1996 / edited by Yvonne J. Pendleton and A.G.G.M. Tielens, with the editorial assistance of Maureen L.Savage EDITION : 1st.
TITLE : Cosmic flows 1999 : towards an understanding of large-scale structure : proceedings of a conference held on the Campus of the University of Victoria, on the Island of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 13-17, July 1999 / edited by Stephane Courteau and Michael A. Strauss and Jeffrey A. Willick EDITION : 1st.
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Damage boss Ed Bicknell, who manages Mark Knopfler, was equally unstinting in his praise.
Bicknell and Forrester both noticed the good vibe that dominated the committee meetings which set up the event, and compared the easy atmosphere with the slightly more stuffy approach of the Princes Trust.
Bicknell, who admits that he and Forrester allowed their dry sense of humour to come out during the committee deliberations, was also impressed by the backstage camaraderie.
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 USATODAY.com - B-movies are standard at Utah's campy film fest   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
A cat water skis in a scene from the 1991 film Rubin and Ed, near Huntsville, Utah.
Since 1996, while a majority of Utah residents are celebrating a late July holiday commemorating the arrival of Mormon pioneers in the Salt Lake valley, a number of die-hard fans and the curious have made the trek to Bicknell.
Harris's Rubin and Ed, the Frankie and Annette classic Beach Blanket Bingo and Al Adamson's Half Way to Hell made the cut at the festival, which runs Friday and Saturday.
www.usatoday.com /life/movies/news/2005-07-23-bmovie-festival_x.htm   (813 words)

  
 Ed Bicknell: ZoomInfo Business People Information
Towards the end of 1977 Ed was working at the NEMS agency when he got a call from Phonogram A&R man John Stainze who had just signed a new band called Dire Straits to the Vertigo label.
After hearing two or three numbers Ed had made up his mind that he didn't just want to act as an agent for Dire Straits, he wanted to manage them.
In September 1998 Ed was presented with the prestigious Peter Grant Lifetime Achievement Award at the IMF's annual British Music Roll of Honour.
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 Bicknell, Indiana (IN) Detailed Profile - relocation, real estate, travel, jobs, hospitals, schools, crime, news, sex ...
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According to our research there were 6 registered sex offenders living in Bicknell, Indiana in early 2007.
The ratio of number of residents in Bicknell to the number of sex offenders is 546 to 1.
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 Bicknell Area Bed and Breakfasts - Map of B&Bs Around Bicknell - TripAdvisor
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 Mark Knopfler (UK) :: Culture Picks :: Moscow's virtual community for English speaking expats and Russians   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
After hearing two or three numbers Ed decided that he wanted to manage the band.
He was organizing a tour for Talking Heads and was able to put his new band on the bill as the support act.
I once asked Ed Bicknell's former assistant, Liz Whatley, when it was that she realized Dire Straits were going to be really big.
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 Dire Straits - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For their eponymous album, see Dire Straits (album).
Dire Straits was a British rock band, formed in 1977 by David Knopfler (guitar), his brother Mark Knopfler (guitar and vocals), John Illsley (bass) and Pick Withers (drums), and managed by Ed Bicknell.
Although the band was formed in an era when punk rock reigned, Dire Straits worked within the conventions of classic rock, albeit with a stripped-down sound that appealed to modern audiences weary of the overproduced stadium rock of the 1970s (see 1970s in music).
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 424th Field Artillery Battalion - 8 Inch Towed - US Army - Korean War Project
Despite Ed's modesty, the newsletter is bringing unit members together and represents a fine tribute to the unit.
Payable to: Edward A. Bicknell 19 Myrtle Ave.
Edward A. Bicknell ----from the KWP--- We forwarded the pertinent information to Ed to be included in his fine Newsletter, The Howitzer.
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Ed Bicknell, whose company Damage Management looks after Mark Knopfler and Dire Straits, has been in the music business since the Sixties.
He views the recent PolyGram-Universal merger and the redundancies it will bring with the pragmatism of the battle-scarred veteran, but he can't avoid a sigh of regret when he compares things now with the good old days of the music business.
These repositories of talent became famous in their own right: when you bought a Chrysalis record you had some idea of what you would be getting before you heard it - it had a generic flavour in the same way that a Tarantino film has a flavour.
www.knopfler.net /interview84.html   (707 words)

  
 The Spectator.co.uk
Overcharging the punters, bilking the talent and waxing obese on the difference have been regarded as divine rights from day one.
Ed Bicknell, former manager of Dire Straits, is firmly of the view that ‘the record industry has f***ed the talent completely.
There is a total inequality of bargaining power all the way along the line.’ The manager of one of the biggest-selling acts ever thinks they too got a rough deal.
www.lewrockwell.com /spectator/spec347.html   (1158 words)

  
 No Hollywood pomp for obscure Utah film festival :: The Daily Herald, Provo Utah   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Cell phone service is sketchy at best in the 355-person desert hamlet of Bicknell, and parking is ample.
It was a screening of his film "Rubin and Ed" at Bicknell's Wayne Theater in 1995 that helped spark the idea of holding a festival there.
Harris's "Rubin and Ed," the Frankie and Annette classic "Beach Blanket Bingo" and Al Adamson's "Half Way to Hell" made the cut and will show at the festival, which ran Friday and today.
old.heraldextra.com /modules.php?op=modload&name=News&file=article&sid=60313   (571 words)

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