Skylar Grey Birthday, Date of Birth

Skylar Grey

Holly Brook Hafermann (born February 23, 1986), known professionally as Skylar Grey, is an American singer, songwriter, record producer and model from Mazomanie, Wisconsin. In 2004, at the age of 17, Grey signed a publishing deal with Universal Music Publishing Group and a recording contract with Machine Shop Recordings under the name Holly Brook. In 2006, she released her debut studio album Like Blood Like Honey, under the aforementioned labels.

In 2010, Grey co-wrote Eminem and Rihanna's hit single "Love the Way You Lie", alongside Eminem and British record producer Alex da Kid, who subsequently signed Grey to his Interscope Records label imprint, Kidinakorner. Grey's second album, Don't Look Down, was released in July 2013. The album reached the top 10 in the US and produced four singles. Grey's third studio release, Natural Causes, was issued in September 2016. Grey has also provided guest vocals on several singles, including Apathy's Victim, No Sad Tomorrow, Fort Minor's "Where'd You Go", Diddy's "Coming Home", Dr. Dre's "I Need a Doctor", Nicki Minaj's "Bed of Lies", Papa Roach's "Periscope", and Macklemore's "Glorious".

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Birthday, Date of Birth
Sunday, February 23, 1986
Place of Birth
Mazomanie
Age
35
Star Sign

The February 23, 1986 was a Sunday under the star sign of . It was the 53 day of the year. President of the United States was Ronald Reagan.

If you were born on this day, you are 35 years old. Your last birthday was on the Tuesday, February 23, 2021, 7 days ago. Your next birthday is on Wednesday, February 23, 2022, in 357 days. You have lived for 12,791 days, or about 307,000 hours, or about 18,420,034 minutes, or about 1,105,202,043 seconds.

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23rd of February 1986 News

News as it appeared on the front page of the New York Times on February 23, 1986

NEWS SUMMARY

Date: 24 February 1986

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1986 International Marcos troops attacked the garrison in Manila held by two former Government officials, but the assault ended quickly amid evidence that some of the attackers and a growing numbver of military officials had joined the rebels. The attack followed a tense night of threats and counter threats between the two sides. The fast-moving events left the ultimate outcome of three-day standoff unclear. [ Page A1, Column 6. ] A cutoff of Manila's U.S. military aid was threatened by President Reagan unless President Marcos avoided the use of force against those calling for his resignation. The White House spokesman, Larry Speakes, said Mr. Reagan had sent a message urging Mr. Marcos ''to avoid an attack against other elements of the Philippine armed forces.'' [ A1:4. ] Philippine leftists remain inactive during the military and political crisis, putting many of their followers in an uncomfortable position. Leaders of the left contend that their decision to boycott the election on Feb. 7 has been proved correct, since President Marcos has stayed in office despite widespread indicaitons of fraud and voter intimidation. But a number of political moderates and diplomats believe the boycott cost the Communists a chance to increase their power by linking up to the enormously popular Corazon C. Aquino. [ A1:5. ] The Jews of Lebanon face imminent danger from extremist Islamic groups and should leave the country, leading French Jews said. The appeal at a conference in Paris followed the announced executions of four Jews in Lebanon and the abduction of three Jews by an Islamic group in West Beirut.

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NEWS SUMMARY: SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1986

Date: 23 February 1986

International

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IT'S NEWS FOR METS: WILSON LOBS BALL

Date: 23 February 1986

By Joseph Durso

Joseph Durso

It's only news when you are favored to win the pennant and your center fielder hasn't thrown well for two years and hasn't thrown at all for four months. So it was news for the Mets today when Mookie Wilson tossed a baseball lightly for 10 or 12 minutes.

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A Sour Mood In the Mideast

Date: 23 February 1986

The prospects for Middle East peace seemed even more remote last week. On the diplomatic front, the process for a negotiated settlement broke down when King Hussein of Jordan declared that he no longer wanted to deal with Yasir Arafat, the Palestine Liberation Organization leader. In the field, violence erupted as the ambush and capture of two Israeli soldiers provoked an intense Israeli sweep-and-search operation in southern Lebanon.

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Wall Street Takes A Funny Bounce

Date: 23 February 1986

Upbeat economic statistics have been appearing almost daily, especially on inflation, and hope has been mounting that the Federal Reserve might be ready to loosen up on interest rates. But in his semiannual report to Congress last week, the Fed's chairman, Paul A. Volcker, took a firm line.

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Striving to Nip Graffiti in Bud

Date: 23 February 1986

By Richard Haitch

Richard Haitch

MAYOR Koch tried yet another tactic last July in New York's long war against graffiti vandals: He moved to cut their supply lines.

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Tragic Attempt To Save a Farm

Date: 23 February 1986

By Richard Haitch

Richard Haitch

TWENTY minutes before his 700-acre farm in Waynesboro, Ga., was to be sold at auction for unpaid debts, 67-year-old L. D. Hill 3d killed himself to stop the sale.

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Fight to Wipe Out Rubella in U.S.

Date: 23 February 1986

By Richard Haitch

Richard Haitch

RUBELLA, highly dangerous for pregnant women and their babies, was reported on the ropes in the United States.

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Shuttle Investigators Wonder Why Engineer's Warnings Went Unheeded

Date: 23 February 1986

What did NASA officials know, when did they know it and why did they not do more about it? Those questions were raised by a disquieting series of revelations last week concerning the launching of the ill-fated space shuttle Challenger.

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GANDHI'S POLITICAL TALENTS ARE TESTED

Date: 23 February 1986

By Steven R. Weisman, Special To the New York Times

Steven Weisman

Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, who has enjoyed nearly universal praise for his political skills, has run into an unusual storm of criticism over several recent steps and missteps.

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