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Arnold George Dorsey was born in what was then Madras, British India (now Chennai), before moving with his parents Mervyn and Olive to Leicester, England. There he began playing the saxophone in nightclubs until national service interrupted it during the mid 1950s.
Early Life and Education
Dorsey was a founding member of the American Association of Physicians for Human Rights and an early advocate of human rights activism. Additionally, she advocated for gender equality as she led protests against discriminatory laws; ultimately leading the Women’s Suffrage Movement fight for civil and women’s rights.
Born in Oklahoma and moving to Prescott at five years old, she witnessed its rapid development into one of Arizona’s premier cities.
Humperdinck was the eldest of ten children and the only son of British Army NCO Mervyn Matthaius and Olive Jeannette Dorsey (nee Sliger). At 17 he began playing saxophone before discovering a passion for music; at that point his impression of Jerry Lewis inspired friends to nickname him Gerry Dorsey – which would later become part of his stage name for nearly 10 years.
Dorsey left the military in 1958 and quickly transitioned into nightclub work and recording with Decca Records. Although his initial single, “I’ll Never Fall in Love Again”, did not chart, Dorsey continued working the club circuit until 1961 when he contracted tuberculosis and eventually died from it.
He eventually recovered his health and resumed making music, though with limited success. In 1965, however, he joined forces with Gordon Mills – his former roommate from Bayswater who had become Tom Jones’ music manager and impresario – who suggested changing to Engelbert Humperdinck, taking inspiration from one of his nineteenth century composers of operas like ‘Hansel and Gretel’ as inspiration. Mills suggested changing to this name.
Humperdinck experienced his initial breakthrough in July 1966 when he and four other members from England took part in the Knokke song contest.
Achievement and Honors
In 2021, he received an MBE in Queen Elizabeth’s Birthday Honours List for his services to music. Additionally, he has been honored with induction into both the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Grammy Hall of Fame.
Samantha Dorsey can be seen surveying a 30,000 tree nursery with great enthusiasm about McEvoy Ranch’s future – both their own as well as that of California’s olive oil industry.
At this year’s exciting spoken word and hip-hop culture experience, hundreds of prospective Foothill students joined with community members at this year’s annual spoken word and hip-hop culture experience. Performances by Xtra Phat, Nercity Poet Roxanne & Blue Candle Players Herz Full Power Entertainment as well as student performers were highlighted. Jamal Oakley, April Henderson Daphne Small Caritha Anderson Melanie Pla-Richard were on hand to coordinate this successful event on college staff members’ behalf.
Dorsey, an attractive, capacious woman resonant of bulldog strength, has spent her entire life immersed in music. Beginning as an amateur vocalist at Mount Olive Baptist church – established by descendants of slaves – Dorsey eventually went on to compose songs of her own in this pursuit.
She later joined a jazz ensemble called the Atlanta Aires before transitioning into gospel groups that came through town – eventually becoming one of Atlanta’s premier gospel performers.
Born Arnold George Dorsey on May 2, 1936 in Madras (now Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India), Humperdinck was the second youngest of ten children of British Army NCO Mervyn and Olive (of Welsh and German descent respectively). Humperdinck first performed as a saxophonist at nightclubs before entering recording industry through Decca Records after leaving military service in mid 1950s.
Dorsey now owns 21.5 percent of Square following its initial public offering (IPO), making him its single-largest shareholder with nearly $930 million worth of stock holdings. He is known as an enthusiastic promoter for Square.
Arnold George Dorsey was born Arnold George Dorsey in Madras, India and raised in Leicester, England. He is of Welsh, German, and Anglo-Indian ancestry and was the second youngest of the ten children of British Army NCO Mervyn Dorsey and Olive.
Small olive ranchers are angry over California Oil Ranch’s decision last year to create a “global blend” line blending imported oils with domestic product as a response to statewide drought, in order to maintain distribution networks and keep costs for consumers down.