David Walter Foster OC OBC (born November 1, 1949) is a Canadian musician, composer, arranger, record producer, and music executive. Foster has won 16 Grammy Awards from 47 nominations.
- Early life and career
Foster was born in Victoria, British Columbia, the son of...
Foster was a keyboardist for the pop group Skylark,...
- Television appearances
In 1993, Foster went to Indonesia to record the TV show...
- Early life and career
David Foster has been credited with composing, producing, arranging, performing on, or programming numerous singles and albums.
From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Foster in March 2017 David Walter Foster OC OBC (born November 1, 1949) is a Canadian musician, record producer, composer, songwriter and arranger.
David Manning Foster (born 15 May 1944) is an Australian novelist and scientist. He has written a range of satires on the theme of the decline of Western civilization, as well as producing short stories, poetry, essays, and a number of radio plays.
David Foster OAM (born 20 March 1957) is a world champion woodchopper, and Tasmanian community figure. He has held the World Woodchopping Championship title for 21 consecutive years, and is Australia's most successful athlete and possibly the only athlete in any sport in the world to win over 1000 titles.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia David Ramsey Foster, DSO, DSC and bar (24 May 1920 – 4 June 2010) was a decorated pilot in the British Royal Navy during World War II and a business executive.
David Walter Foster (født 1. november 1949 i Britisk Columbia) er en canadisk musiker, pianist, komponist og produsent. Han skaper og spiller musikk innenfor sjangre som pop, R&B, klassisk og gospel.
David Foster Wallace was an American author of novels, short stories and essays, as well as a university professor of English and creative writing. Wallace is widely known for his 1996 novel Infinite Jest, which Time magazine cited as one of the 100 best English-language novels from 1923 to 2005. His posthumous novel, The Pale King, was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 2012. The Los Angeles Times's David Ulin called Wallace "one of the most influential and innovative writers of t
David Foster Wallace was born in Ithaca, New York, to Sally Jean Wallace and James Donald Wallace, and was raised in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois along with his younger sister, Amy Wallace-Havens. From fourth grade, Wallace lived with his family in Urbana, where he attended Yankee Ridge Elementary School and Urbana High School. His father was a philosophy professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign. His mother was an English professor at Parkland College, a community college ...
The Broom of the System garnered national attention and critical praise. In The New York Times, Caryn James called it a "manic, human, flawed extravaganza … emerging straight from the excessive tradition of Stanley Elkin's The Franchiser, Thomas Pynchon's V., John Irving's ...
Wallace wanted to progress beyond the irony and metafiction associated with postmodernism; in the essay "E Unibus Pluram: Television and U.S. Fiction", he proposed that television has an ironic influence on fiction, and urged literary authors to eschew TV's shallow rebelliousness
Wallace covered Senator John McCain's 2000 presidential campaign and the September 11 attacks for Rolling Stone; cruise ships, state fairs, and tornadoes for Harper's Magazine; the US Open tournament for Tennis magazine; the director David Lynch and the pornography industry for P
Wallace's father said that David had suffered from major depressive disorder for more than 20 years and that antidepressant medication had allowed him to be productive. Wallace experienced severe side effects from the medication, and in June 2007, he stopped taking phenelzine, his primary antidepressant drug, on his doctor's advice. His depression recurred, and he tried other treatments, including electroconvulsive therapy. Eventually he went back on phenelzine but found it ineffective. On Septe
In March 2010 it was announced that Wallace's personal papers and archives—drafts of books, stories, essays, poems, letters, and research, including the handwritten notes for Infinite Jest—had been purchased by the University of Texas at Austin. They now reside at that university's Harry Ransom Center. The first annual David Foster Wallace Conference was hosted by the Illinois State University Department of English in May 2014; the second was held in May 2015. Since 2011 Loyola ...
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This is an alphabetical list of the songs known to have been written or co-written by David Foster.