Crazy Horse

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a chief of the Sioux who resisted the invasion of the Black Hills and joined Sitting Bull in the defeat of General Custer at Little Bighorn (1849-1877)

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Whiting ruled that the Crazy Horse family has a "postmortem right of publicity in the name of "Crazy Horse," even though Crazy Horse did not commercialize his name during his lifetime.
Crazy Horse will be offering an open bar on Saturday night from 8-9pm serving free well and domestics and a delicious buffet throughout the night.
In a world going crazy with greed, I applaud the man for standing by his convictions of it being with Crazy Horse or nobody.
And it's his first UK dates with Crazy Horse - Frank 'Poncho' Sampedro, Billy Talbot and Ralph Molina - since 2001.
The tour represents Young's first dates in the UK since the summer of 2009, which included triumphant headline sets at Glastonbury, the Isle of Wight festival and Hard Rock Calling, as well as his first UK dates with Crazy Horse (Frank 'Poncho' Sampedro, Billy Talbot and Ralph Molina) since 2001.
KELLY BROOK is appearing in the cabaret show Crazy Horse until November 8, www.
She posted pictures of herself on Twitter with bright scarlet lipstick on Friday, saying: "Make-up test for Crazy Horse #Frenchchic.
Dancers with the Paris-based Crazy Horse dance troupe have been performing in London since September in a residency for a show called Forever Crazy.
Shadowyze asks what would Crazy Horse say about the about the tack of American Indian history after his death, the "Indians Wars", "Ft Laramie", how he'd view the struggle too many Natives have with drugs and alcohol and poverty, unemployment, discrimination today.
Barbara, of Newsome, has a role in the Crazy Horse Chronicles, a series being broadcast on YouTube by Huddersfield filmmakers Clementina Herrero and Kathy Noble.
Crazy Horse led the top heat dogs a merry dance to take the prize money at the Valley Stadium, Ystrad Mynach.
Here he offers a biography of Crazy Horse (1842-77), the greatest war leader of the Lakota, renowned for his bravery, his martial prowess, his introversion, and his life-long rejection of negotiations with the US.
It's a welcome respite from the ear-splitting 1990s ``godfather of grunge'' era when, sporting flannel shirts and sideburns the size of pork chops, he stomped on stadium stages with Crazy Horse and Pearl Jam, delivering long, loud two-note guitar solos.
imposed by the Haydock stewards following the running and riding of Crazy Horse on January 24, writes Graham Green.
The Crazy Horse, in Tuttle Hill, Nuneaton, will retain its name in honour of the Chinese Year of the Horse, which began on Tuesday.