Joe Pass Birthday, Date of Birth

Joe Pass

Joe Pass (born Joseph Anthony Jacobi Passalaqua; January 13, 1929 – May 23, 1994) was an American jazz guitarist of Sicilian descent. He is considered one of the greatest jazz guitarists of the 20th century. He created possibilities for jazz guitar through his style of chord-melody, his knowledge of chord inversions and progressions, and his use of walking basslines and counterpoint during improvisation. Pass worked often with pianist Oscar Peterson and vocalist Ella Fitzgerald.

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Birthday, Date of Birth
Sunday, January 13, 1929
Place of Birth
New Brunswick
Age
92
Star Sign

The January 13, 1929 was a Sunday under the star sign of . It was the 12 day of the year. President of the United States was Calvin Coolidge.

If you were born on this day, you are 92 years old. Your last birthday was on the Wednesday, January 13, 2021, 5 days ago. Your next birthday is on Thursday, January 13, 2022, in 359 days. You have lived for 33,608 days, or about 806,595 hours, or about 48,395,758 minutes, or about seconds.

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13th of January 1929 News

News as it appeared on the front page of the New York Times on January 13, 1929

FIRE CAUSES DEATH OF MRS. 'BABE' RUTH; Taken Dying From House of Watertown (Mass.) Dentist --Known as His Wife. ESTRANGED FROM HUSBAND Ball Player Goes to Boston on Learning of Wife's Fate--Foul Play Talk Scouted. Real Identity Revealed. Tells of Marriage to Kinder. Mrs. Ruth Died After Rescue. Ruths Were Married in 1914. She Belittled Divorce Reports.

Date: 14 January 1929

Special to The New York Times

Killed in fire in home of Dr E H Kinder, Watertown, Mass; known as his wife

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REPORTS 44 SHIPS UNDER CONTRACT; Bureau Lists Seven of Cargo and Passenger Type and Three of More Than 10,000 Tons. TOTAL TONNAGE IS 81,253 Survey Includes Liner for the Panama-Pacific Route and Two for Havana Service.

Date: 14 January 1929

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Big Decrease in Crime in Sicily.

Date: 14 January 1929

Big decrease in crime reptd

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WOOLWORTH BLAZE CATCHES 6 IN TOWER; City's Highest Fire in the 55th Story Frightens Sightseers as Crowds Below Look On. FOUR DASH PAST FLAMES Woman Among Them--Firemen Climb Eight Flights to Get at Blaze in Elevator Shaft. WOOLWORTH BLAZE CATCHES 6 IN TOWER Sees Fire in Machinery. Emergency Hose Used.

Date: 14 January 1929

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BANK SEES DANGER; Price Cutting Would Affect All Companies in Canada Unfavorably, It Says. CONSOLIDATIONS EXPECTED Reduction of Output and Ending of Competition Considered-- New Products Attempted.

Date: 14 January 1929

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TOPTCS OF THE TIMES.

Date: 14 January 1929

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RURAL NEW YORK.

Date: 14 January 1929

Ed, Rural N Y

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Today on the Radio

Date: 14 January 1929

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NO CHANGE IN TRIO CONDUCTING GARDEN; Chairman Hoyt Declares Carey, Colonel Hammond and McArdle Will Stay in Control. MAYOR'S NAME "AMONG 500" "No Plan to Engage Him," Hoyt Says, With Johnston "Not Considered"--Ball Park Leases Sought. Calls Trio Good Business Men. Jimmy Johnston Mentioned. Richard's Leases Sought.

Date: 14 January 1929

By JAMES P. DAWSON

James DAWSON

R F Hoyt, Chmn of Bd of Directors, says there will be no change in management

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CANADA AND THE DRY LAW.; Dominion's Position on Rum Exports Is Condemned and Commended. Not to Be Wondered At. Lincoln's Expression Apropos. Hygienic Impoliteness. Safeguarding Payrolls.

Date: 14 January 1929

C.H. SIMMONS.E.J.C. CHAMBERS.FRANK GREENE.MORRIS CUKOR.H.W. ELSON

C. SIMMONS

Lrs commenting on parley, from C H Simmons, E J C Chambers and F Greene

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