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Dave Hillyard

David Hillyard
Background information
Birth name David Hillyard
Origin San Diego, California
Genres Reggae, Ska, Rocksteady
Occupation(s) Musician, Songwriter
Instruments Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone
Years active 1986–present
Labels Hellcat, Special Potatoe, Do Tell, Moon Ska Records, Brixton
Associated acts The Slackers
The Rocksteady Seven
Hepcat
Stubborn All-Stars
The Bluegreens
Rancid
Website Official Site
Notable instruments
Tenor Saxophone & Soprano Saxophone

Dave Hillyard is a tenor saxophonist originating from San Diego, California. He has performed with many groups such as The Slackers, The Rocksteady Seven, The Donkey Show, Hepcat, Stubborn All-Stars,[1] and has guested with the likes of Rancid, Victor Rice, Skinnerbox NYC and Alexandra Lawerentz. He is a skilled improviser and composer/arranger with more than thirty album credits to his name.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Demographics 2
    • Population distribution 2.1
    • Characteristics 2.2
    • Other Turkish communities 2.3
      • Bulgaria 2.3.1
      • Cyprus 2.3.2
      • Greece 2.3.3
      • Lebanon 2.3.4
      • Republic of Macedonia 2.3.5
  • Culture 3
    • Language 3.1
    • Religion 3.2
      • Religious practice 3.2.1
  • Integration issues 4
    • Discrimination 4.1
    • Integration problems 4.2
    • Citizenship 4.3
  • Political behaviour 5
  • Popular culture 6
  • Timeline 7
  • Notable people 8
  • See also 9
  • Notes 10
  • References 11
  • Bibliography 12
  • Further reading 13
  • External links 14

Biography

Tenor and soprano saxophonist David Hillyard is one of the innovators of the American ska scene and is at the forefront of the jazz and reggae scene. The talented musician-arranger-composer has been instrumental in creating and re-popularizing the sound of "Jamaican Rock n Roll" and "Ska Jazz" and has been a professional musician for over 20 years.

At 17 years old, Hillyard played with The Donkey Show, one of California’s pioneering ska bands. He also played with Hepcat, which went onto become one of the biggest ska acts of the 1990s. He has also performed with ska groups like the Stubborn All-Stars, reggae artists like Cornell Campbell, Congo ‘Ashanti’ Roy and Johnny Osbourne, jazz artists like Roy Campbell, Jr., blues artists like Simon Chardiet, and even soul singers like Archie Bell, although he is best known for his work with the Slackers beginning in 1991. He continues to be a key member of that organization and has appeared on their 10 cd releases and thousands of live gigs, currently averaging about 120-150 gigs a year in the USA, Canada, Japan, Latin America and Europe.

Discography

With The Rocksteady Seven

With Glen Adams

With The Slackers

With Hepcat

With Stubborn All-Stars

  • Open Season - (1995), Stubborn Records
  • Back With A New Batch - (1997), Stubborn Records

With The Donkey Show

  • Bali Island - (1988)
  • The Ska Parade: Runnin' Naked Thru The Cornfield - (1997)
  • Just Can't Get Enough Of... — (2000)

References

  1. ^ According to the definition of the German Federal Office of Statistics (Statistisches Bundesamt): "Zu den Menschen mit Migrationshintergrund zählen alle nach 1949 auf das heutige Gebiet der Bundesrepublik Deutschland Zugewanderten, sowie alle in Deutschland geborenen Ausländer und alle in Deutschland als Deutsche Geborenen mit zumindest einem zugewanderten oder als Ausländer in Deutschland geborenen Elternteil" ("Counted as people with immigrational background are all people who, after 1949, immigrated to the present territory of the Federal Republic of Germany, as well as everybody born as German citizen in Germany with at least one parent who immigrated to or was born as a foreigner in Germany.")
  2. ^ a b c d File Migrationsberichtdes Bundesamtes für Migration und Flüchtlinge im Auftrag der Bundesregierung, Migrationsbericht 2012
  3. ^ Schulte-Peevers et al. 2007, 49.
  4. ^ Levinson 1998, 37.
  5. ^ Horrocks & Kolinsky 1996, 17.
  6. ^ Destatis - Federal Statistical Office of Germany
  7. ^ Bundesministerium des Inneren: Zusammenfassung "Muslimisches Leben in Deutschland", p. 2
  8. ^ Migration report 2005 of the Federal Office for Migrants and Fugitives
  9. ^ Observatory of European Foreign Policy. "Turkish Migrants in Germany, Prospects of Integration". Retrieved 2009-06-05. 
  10. ^ § 29 StAG (Staatsangehörigkeitsgesetz - German nationality law).
  11. ^ Turkey in the EU Becomes German Election Issue, Spiegel Online, September 15, 2005.
  12. ^ Lucassen 2005, 159.
  13. ^ Kastoryano & Harshav 2002, 71.
  14. ^ Heine & Syed 2005, 280.
  15. ^ Destatis, site 99-100
  16. ^ Friedmann 2002, 45.
  17. ^ Faist 2000, 89.
  18. ^ Jerome & Kimmel 2001, 290.
  19. ^ Migration News. "Kohl Calls for Expulsion of Violent Kurds". Retrieved 2009-06-06. 
  20. ^ a b Cook 2001, 987.
  21. ^ Gülçiçek 2006, 8.
  22. ^ BalkanEthnology. "BULGARIAN TURKS AND THE EUROPEAN UNION". Retrieved 2009-06-05. 
  23. ^ Smith & Eade 2008, 166-179.
  24. ^ Star Kıbrıs. "'Sözünüzü Tutun'". Retrieved 10 September 2012. 
  25. ^ Westerlund & Svanberg 1999, 320-321.
  26. ^ Council of Europe: Parliamentary Assembly 2007, 118.
  27. ^ Clogg 2002, 84.
  28. ^ International Assembly of Western Thrace Turks. "POLITICAL AND CIVIL ORGANISATION COMMISSION". Retrieved 2010-05-19. 
  29. ^ "Turkish migrants grieve for Beirut from exile". Today's Zaman. Retrieved 2009-10-29. 
  30. ^ Horrocks & Kolinsky 1996, 116.
  31. ^ Horrocks & Kolinsky 1996, 117.
  32. ^ O'Reilly 2001, 152.
  33. ^ Hancock et al. 2006, 128.
  34. ^ Katzner 2002, 348.
  35. ^ Horrocks & Kolinsky 1996, 145.
  36. ^ Byrnes & Katzenstein 2006, 211.
  37. ^ "Studie: Deutlich mehr Muslime in Deutschland" [Study: Markedly more Muslims in Germany] (in German).  
  38. ^ Hunter 2002, 29.
  39. ^ Jerome & Kimmel 2001, 292.
  40. ^ Horrocks & Kolinsky 1996, 157.
  41. ^ Frank Gesemann. "Die Integration junger Muslime in Deutschland. Interkultureller Dialog - Islam und Gesellschaft Nr. 5 (year of 2006). Friedrich Ebert Foundation, on p. 9 - the document is written in German
  42. ^ Frank Gesemann. "Die Integration junger Muslime in Deutschland. Interkultureller Dialog - Islam und Gesellschaft Nr. 5 (year of 2006). Friedrich Ebert Stiftung", on p. 9 - the document is written in German
  43. ^ Deutsche Welle. mehr Muslime in Deutschland
  44. ^ Nathans 2004, 250.
  45. ^ Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development 2008, 358.
  46. ^ Statistisches Bundesamt Deutschland. "Foreign Population - Naturlisations". Retrieved 2009-06-05. 
  47. ^ Bade & Brown 2003, 243.
  48. ^ Lucassen 2005, 144-145.
  49. ^ Horrocks & Kolinsky 1996, 131.
  50. ^ Ramet 1999, 72.
  51. ^ Solsten 1999, 406.
  52. ^ Staab 1998, 144.
  53. ^ Nees 2000, 155.
  54. ^ Liljeberg Research International: Repräsentative Studie zum Integrationsverhalten von Türken in Deutschland
  55. ^ Liljeberg Research International: Deutsch-Türkische Lebens und Wertewelten 2012, July/August 2012, p. 67f., 73
  56. ^ Die Welt: Türkische Migranten hoffen auf muslimische Mehrheit, 17 August 2012, retrieved 23 August 2012
  57. ^ The Jewish Press: In Germany, Turkish Muslims Hope for Muslim Majority, 27 August 2012, retrieved 27 September 2012
  58. ^ Anderson 2000, 60.
  59. ^ Gülalp 2006, 31.
  60. ^ German movie charts (retrieved February 04, 2013)
  61. ^ "Merkel says German multicultural society has failed". www.bbc.co.uk. 2010-10-17. Retrieved 2010-11-19. 

External links

  • "03 – DAVE HILLYARD – CONVERSATIONS ON A REVIVALIST MOVEMENT", Ska Blah Blah
  • "Ska History Month: Interview with Dave Hillyard", Music is our Occupation, April 7, 2008
  • MySpace Profile: David Hillyard & The Rocksteady 7
  • Allmusic Biography Entry
  • Zoominfo Business People Profile
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