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- Description: welcome to the famous site for tour to Egypt our tour all sightseeing Egypt and classic tour and Nile cruise in the river Nile come with us to enjoy.
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3. | May 26, 2013
Your comment is awiitnag moderation. November 13, 2010 at 11:22 pmI was 15 and my name was still Ethan Hurwitz. I was a nice, good Bar Mitzvah boy from Roslyn and Eppy loved me so much that he made a deal with me that I could come in the back door to any show I wanted, and for free, if I promised not to drink under age (age was 18 then)e280a6 I kept the promise (when inside the club that is) and I saw some amazing acts, many who became superstars, many who already were superstars (like Billy) and many who were there at MFP on their first e2809cWorld Toure2809d, like the Police.By 16 my band from Roslyn High School won the battle of the bands at MFPe280a6We opened that night for David Johansen (Buster Poindexter)e280a6 as well as on another night for the new star of Saturday Night Livee280a6 Eddie Murphye280a6By 17 I had a hit record with e2809cFAMEe2809d (the original Fame), It sold 3 million copies in the UK, and by 18, my name was Ethan Hurt (legally changed years later by a judge in New York) I was on tour and making records for years in the UK, Germany, Holland, etc, etc. etce280a6 and sold several million records in all.Eppy, My Fathere28099s Place, the scene, the music, was the life experience that inspired me to do so many things in the music and film businesses. And although I was never a household name in the USA, because of my experiences in Roslyn and at MFP I made lots of music and friends in the industrye280a6 I attribute the inspiration of MFP, the musicians and Eppy himself, to being a major influence in the course of my life and career. I am sure anyone would agree, that time, that era, was magic-time!