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Fritz Rau: 1929

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I was 14 years old, standing first row. Could be time to take it up again. My dear friend and long-standing German promoter, Fritz Rau, died aged 83 on Monday 19th August. Rau is married to the former Margaret Picou, daughter of the late Mayor Conrad Picou, for the last 36 years. Between 1962 and 1982 he organized the American Folk Blues Festival, initially by contacting blues musician and songwriter.

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Fritz Rau — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

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Dear Fritz — we miss you and will always remember your humour, inspiration and dedication to the live music industry. As you know, there is a company here in the fatherland, that promotes concerts all over the place. Always the music fan first and the businessman second. Lippmann and Rau worked together to promote a wide variety of jazz, rock, pop and acts across Europe in the 1970s and 1980s. Despite this heroic act, years later Zappa would commemorate Fritz on record for all time with the song, From: Johannes Labisch Frank said he'd never play in Berlin again.

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Horst Lippmann and Fritz Rau

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It was made out of pipes this big around with a chain link fence in between and concrete feet. Tonight, Peter is going to play the featured role of Fritz Rau. They also were the promoters in Germany for in 1969. Rau also became concert organiser of the. Philip Cenac, in their surgical practice. Now give'em the first part of Fritz's big speech.

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Fritz Rau

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They have 2 daughters, both of who are in the medical field, and 3 sons. Rau has spent his entire life in Houma, Louisiana. Rest, not in peace, but in the bosom of whatever music they play over there. The same show where and from the album were recorded. Fritz Rau March 9, 1930 in Pforzheim, - August 19, 2013 was a German concert- and touringmanager. But Fritz Rau, talked him into come back again.

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Fritz Rau — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

fritz rau

Sculpture Black Clef, created by in 1982, at the Horst-Lippmann-Platz in Frankfurt am Main Horst Lippmann March 17, 1927 in , — May 18, 1997 in was a German musician, concert promoter, writer and television director, best known as promoter of the influential tours of Europe during and after the 1960s. In December 1955, he organised his first major concert, featuring at , where his abilities were noticed by concert agent and promoter Horst Lippmann. After attending grammar school and Vandebilt Catholic High School, he then pursued undergraduate studies at Nicholls State University. After Lippmann's death in 1997, Rau worked as an independent promoter and tour organiser, and also helped establish the Lippmann + Rau Music Archive in Lippmann's home town of. Together with Olaf Hudtwalcker, he was involved in the founding of the German Jazz Federation, and organized and participated in concert tours by the West German jazz clubs. Rau also was fortunate enough to be accepted into a six month vascular research program. Several annual tours by American blues musicians over the following years directly influenced a generation of young musicians, especially in where new bands such as and with an interest in blues music were already emerging.

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Terrebonne General Medical Center

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While attending Nicholls during the day, Dr. Phillip Cenac was especially rewarding and left a permanent mark on how he practices medicine. He worked as a court clerk in , and in a law firm in , while at the same time becoming involved in running a , Cave 54, in Heidelberg. This brought American blues musicians such as , , , , , , , , , , , , , , and others to Europe for the first time. Now, this was so amazing, that I had to write a song about it. Rau was born in , but after the death of his parents moved at the age of ten to live with relatives.

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