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Layne Staley

=== Early life ===Layne Thomas Staley was born to Phillip Blair "Phil" Staley and Nancy Elizabeth Staley (née McCallum) in Mad SeasonClass of '99drug addictionKirkland, Washington . Mad SeasonClass of '99drug addictionKirkland, WashingtonSocial Security Death Index ; Layne T. Staley; 532-94-9838 He was seven years old when his parents divorced, after which he was raised by his mother and stepfather, Jim Elmer. He was raised Catholic. He took his stepfather's name while enrolled in Meadowdale High... read more

Layne Staley: Angry Chair

''Layne Staley: Angry Chair'' is a biography by Adriana Rubio about the lead vocalist Layne Staley of the rock band Alice in Chains. As it is known, the book "Layne Staley: Angry Chair — A Look Inside the Heart and Soul of an Incredible Musician" written by Adriana Rubio (Argentinean journalist and a fan of Alice in Chains) features 50 pages of photos of Staley's art work, sketches, diary entries, and childhood pictures. It also contains his last interview that was made less than three months before... read more

Category:Songs written by Layne Staley

Songs written or co-written by Layne Staley. read more


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File:Layne Staley and Mad Season.jpg

Promo Photograph of Mad Season, taken by photographer Lance Mercer.== Licensing ==Rationale for "fair use" in the article Mad Season :This image is used for the purposes of criticism and comment on the band Mad Season.According to section 107 of the United States Copyright Act of 1976:''The fair use of a copyrighted work...for purposes such as criticism, comment,...scholarship...is not an infringement of copyright.''  The image is of CONSIDERABLY lower resolution than the original and it... read more

Dawn Staley

Dawn Michelle Staley (born May 4, 1970) is an American 2015 Chekhovbasketball hall of fame player and coach. Staley is a three-time Olympian and was elected to carry the United States flag at the opening ceremony of the United States flag2004 Summer Olympics . After playing point guard for the United States flag2004 Summer OlympicsUniversity of Virginia under United States flag2004 Summer OlympicsUniversity of VirginiaDebbie Ryan , and winning the gold medal at the 1996 Summer Olympics ,... read more

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Staley (surname)

Staley is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: read more

Jonathan Staley

Jonathan Staley (1868 – 1917) was an English footballer who played in the Football League for Derby County.==References==Category:English Football League players read more

Karen Staley

Karen Staley (born in Weirton, West Virginia) is an American country music singer-songwriter.Staley was raised in Georgetown, Beaver County, Pennsylvania, and was inspired to write songs after reading through the hymnals at her local church. She continued to do so while at West Virginia Wesleyan College. She took a job at a children's home, before moving to Los Angeles, California to sign with a contemporary Christian music label which went out of business before she could release anything.After... read more

Dan Staley

Dan Staley is an American screenwriter and television producer.Staley began his career in advertising, working as a copywriter at J. Walter Thompson and Deutsch Inc. in New York. He subsequently won the Clio and One Show Gold, the highest creative awards in the advertising industry.His transition to television was equally successful. He worked on the final four seasons of the NBC sitcom ''Cheers''. He wrote 14 episodes for the show and eventually became co-executive producer. After ''Cheers''... read more

Jes Staley

James Edward "Jes" Staley (born December 27, 1956), is an American banker, and the chief executive officer (CEO) of Barclays since 1 December 2015. He spent 34 years at J.P. Morgan's investment bank, ultimately becoming CEO, before leaving in 2013 to join BlueMountain Capital.==Early life==Staley was born on in Boston, Massachusetts. His father, Paul R. Staley, was president and CEO of PQ Corporation, a chemicals company, who eventually settled the family outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His... read more

Mount Staley

Mount Staley () is a mountain, 2,560 m, at the south end of Salamander Range, Freyberg Mountains. Mapped by United States Geological Survey (USGS) from surveys and U.S. Navy air photos, 1960–64. Named by Advisory Committee on Antarctic Names (US-ACAN) for James T. Staley, biologist at Hallett Station, summer 1962–63. read more

Walter Staley

Walter Goodwin Staley, Jr. (October 20, 1932 – October 10, 2010) was an American equestrian who competed at the Olympic Summer Games 1952, 1956 and 1960. In 1952 he won a bronze medal in the three-day team event in Helsinki. He was born in St. Louis, Missouri and died in Mexico, Missouri.== External links ==Category:Olympic equestrians of the United StatesCategory:Equestrians at the 1952 Summer OlympicsCategory:Equestrians at the 1956 Summer OlympicsCategory:Equestrians at the 1960 Summer OlympicsCategory:Olympic... read more

Peter Staley

Peter Staley (born January 9, 1961) is an American HIV/AIDS-LGBT rights activist, known for founding the Treatment Action Group (TAG) and the educational website AIDSmeds.com. He is a primary figure in the Oscar-nominated documentary ''How to Survive a Plague''.==Early life and education==Staley was born in Sacramento, California in 1961, the third of four children. His father was a plant manager for Procter & Gamble at the time, and his family moved throughout the US until he was eight years old,... read more


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