Tom Louis Chapman (born 15 May 1972, Chevreuse, France) is a Franco-British musician, producer and songwriter, best known as being the bass guitarist of English rock band New Order. He is also one of the founding members of Anglo-American group ShadowParty.
Chapman collects 20th-century furniture. He is a member of the Innovation Circle at the Serpentine Galleries. In 2017, Tom Chapman received the Drapers Lifetime Achievement Award. In 2018, Chapman was inducted into the Business of Fashion Hall of Fame.
Tom plays three different Fender Telecaster guitars: one red, one white and one light blue.  In an interview with Keane Backline, Rice-Oxley stated that Chaplin had been interested in learning to play the theremin , but "couldn't be bothered to learn how to use it", also stating that the theremin "might be the only way of reproducing the ...
Thomas Chapman may refer to: Tom Chapman (born 1972), French-English musician; Thomas Chapman (Australian politician) (1815–1884), Premier of Tasmania; Thomas Chapman (bishop) (1867–1949), Anglican bishop; Thomas Chapman (Master of Magdalene College) (1717–1760), English churchman and academic
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Tom Chapman was introduced as a Divisional Officer in Series 9. He was later promoted to Assistant Chief Officer near the end of Series 12, and made his last appearance in Series 13. See also: Tom Chapman/Appearances Chapman appeared in 34 episodes of London's Burning between 1996 and 2001:
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Chapman attended Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri to earn his B.A. He attended the University of Virginia for his J.D.2018-present: Judge, Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District2010-2018: Judge, 43rd Judicial Circuit, Division 1
Tom Campbell's father was the late Hon. William Joseph Campbell, a former Chief Judge of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. While Tom Campbell was raised in a Democratic family, he joined the Republican Party in 1980. Campbell was admitted to the Illinois bar in 1976 and went into private practice in Chicago
Tom Chapin (born March 13, 1945) is an American musician, entertainer, singer-songwriter, and storyteller. Chapin is known for the song "Happy Birthday", release in 1989 in his Moonboat album. It takes its melody from the song "Love Unspoken" in the opera The Merry Widow, by Franz Lehar
Tim Chapman was a regular cast member for the first five seasons of Dog the Bounty Hunter. Chapman was absent from the show from season six to the April 14, 2010 season seven episode "Mister Mom". Chapman explained that he had taken a break so that he could take care of his four youngest children.
Tom Chapman and Ruth Chapman opened the first Matches store in Wimbledon Village in 1987. They opened their second store in Richmond ten years later in 1997, followed by a third in Ledbury Road in 1999. In 2004, Matches launched their own magazine promoting their brands and products, and in 2007 they launched their website.