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November 28, 1992 | GINA ARNOLD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Every year, thousands of struggling rock bands flock to Hollywood in search of a record contract. But Scotland's Eugene Kelly didn't have to leave home to get the kind of sweetheart deal those bands dream about. In fact, Kelly practically didn't even have to form a band before labels--bearing what a British magazine recently referred to as "elephant bucks"--started knocking on his door.
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November 28, 1992 | GINA ARNOLD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Every year, thousands of struggling rock bands flock to Hollywood in search of a record contract. But Scotland's Eugene Kelly didn't have to leave home to get the kind of sweetheart deal those bands dream about. In fact, Kelly practically didn't even have to form a band before labels--bearing what a British magazine recently referred to as "elephant bucks"--started knocking on his door.
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April 3, 1994 | ROBERT LEVINE
* * * Eugenius, "Mary Queen of Scots," Atlantic. The second album from this Glasgow band, fronted by ex-Vaseline Eugene Kelly, is an oddly addictive mix of Velvet Underground-style distortion and crystal-clear vocals. Muted melodies begin beautifully, fill with tension and then explode into bursts of guitar feedback with little warning. "Pebble" and "Easter Bunny" are as haunting as they are easy to sing along with.
BUSINESS
April 3, 1985 | DAVID CROOK
Home Box Office Inc. shuffled its Los Angeles-based management staff Tuesday following the resignation last week of Donald March as senior vice president of the pay-TV firm's Premiere Films division. Named to replace March was Rick Bieber, a seven-year HBO executive who moves up from vice president for business affairs and acquisitions of the made-for-pay-TV movies department.
BUSINESS
June 9, 2005
* The sentencings of John and Timothy Rigas, convicted last year in the massive fraud at Adelphia Communications Corp., have been postponed to June 20. * A three-day sweep of 40 garment factories in Los Angeles and San Diego resulted in $252,610 in proposed fines for failure to comply with state labor laws, authorities said. * Accounting firm KPMG said Chairman and Chief Executive Eugene O'Kelly has resigned after being diagnosed with cancer. KPMG's board elected Timothy P.
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April 28, 1998 | Associated Press
A professor of counseling at George Washington University pleaded no contest to charges he sexually molested his stepson and stepdaughter more than 20 years ago. Under a plea bargain, Eugene Walter Kelly Jr., 62, a former Roman Catholic priest, was spared a prison sentence but must register every six months as a sex offender. Kelly was accused of molesting his wife's children from 1972 through 1976. The boy was 14 and the girl 12 when the alleged molestation began.
BUSINESS
May 7, 2002 | From Reuters
Top U.S. markets regulator Harvey Pitt--dogged by controversy over a private meeting with the head of an accounting firm that once employed him and that is under investigation by his agency--said Monday that he would now think twice about holding such sessions. On April 26, Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Pitt met with the head of KPMG , a Big Five firm being probed by the SEC for audit work at Xerox Corp. KPMG was a client of Pitt's when he was a corporate lawyer.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 12, 2009 | Mikael Wood
Playing one of two new songs Sunday night at the El Rey, Eugene Kelly and Frances McKee of the Vaselines seemed determined to distinguish themselves from the dozens of other bands currently working the lucrative reunion-rock circuit. "Hey, we got nothing to say," they sang together over a rush of tangled post-Velvet Underground guitars, "but we're saying it anyway."
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