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Bill Brunier

William Davies Trembath "Bill" Brunier (28 April 1889 – 3 July 1956[1]) was an Australian rules football player who served in the Australian Imperial Force during World War I.

Brunier made his debut for Melbourne in the Victorian Football League in Round 15 of the 1914 VFL season, finishing the season having played three matches.[2] He returned for the 1915 season and played two matches. After a break due to military service he rejoined Melbourne in 1919, playing four matches. He finished his VFL career having played nine matches, scoring eight goals.

Ravyn Lenae

Ravyn Lenae Washington (better known simply as Ravyn Lenae)[1] is an American R&B singer-songwriter from Chicago who is currently signed to Atlantic Records and the Three Twenty Three Music Group. She is also a member of the Zero Fatigue crew.[2] Her debut EP, Moon Shoes, was released independently in 2015 and reissued by Atlantic Records in 2016. Her follow-up EP, Midnight Moonlight, was released in 2017, also by Atlantic. In addition to performing at several music festivals, Lenae has also toured with SZA on her Ctrl Tour and Noname on her Telefone Tour.

As a sophomore in high school, Lenae spent $300 for a studio session that would ultimately produce her first single, "Greetings."[4] Soon after, in 2015, she was featured on Monte Booker's song, "Baby."[7][8] Booker and Lenae along with rapper, Smino, formed the original core of the music collective, Zero Fatigue, which was brought together by Chris "Classick" Innumerable at his recording studio, Classick Studios.[5][9] Lenae's first EP, Moon Shoes, was originally released as a free download in August 2015, but was later reissued by Atlantic Records and the Three Twenty Three Music Group in 2016.[7][10] It drew praise from critics for her "fluid vocals and spare, poetic lyrics."[1]

In 2016, Lenae was officially signed to Atlantic Records.[11] She also appeared as a featured performer on Mick Jenkins' album The Healing Component[12] and on Noname's song "Forever."[13] She would go on to tour with and open for Noname on her Telefone Tour from January to March 2017.[10] Lenae also performed at WBEZ's Winter Block Party alongside fellow members of the underground collective Medicine Woman: Drea Smith, Via Rosa, and Jean Deaux.[14]

Bill Brunier

William Davies Trembath "Bill" Brunier (28 April 1889 – 3 July 1956[1]) was an Australian rules football player who served in the Australian Imperial Force during World War I.

Brunier made his debut for Melbourne in the Victorian Football League in Round 15 of the 1914 VFL season, finishing the season having played three matches.[2] He returned for the 1915 season and played two matches. After a break due to military service he rejoined Melbourne in 1919, playing four matches. He finished his VFL career having played nine matches, scoring eight goals.

Bill Brunier

William Davies Trembath "Bill" Brunier (28 April 1889 – 3 July 1956[1]) was an Australian rules football player who served in the Australian Imperial Force during World War I.

Brunier made his debut for Melbourne in the Victorian Football League in Round 15 of the 1914 VFL season, finishing the season having played three matches.[2] He returned for the 1915 season and played two matches. After a break due to military service he rejoined Melbourne in 1919, playing four matches. He finished his VFL career having played nine matches, scoring eight goals.

Ravyn Lenae

Ravyn Lenae Washington (better known simply as Ravyn Lenae)[1] is an American R&B singer-songwriter from Chicago who is currently signed to Atlantic Records and the Three Twenty Three Music Group. She is also a member of the Zero Fatigue crew.[2] Her debut EP, Moon Shoes, was released independently in 2015 and reissued by Atlantic Records in 2016. Her follow-up EP, Midnight Moonlight, was released in 2017, also by Atlantic. In addition to performing at several music festivals, Lenae has also toured with SZA on her Ctrl Tour and Noname on her Telefone Tour.

As a sophomore in high school, Lenae spent $300 for a studio session that would ultimately produce her first single, "Greetings."[4] Soon after, in 2015, she was featured on Monte Booker's song, "Baby."[7][8] Booker and Lenae along with rapper, Smino, formed the original core of the music collective, Zero Fatigue, which was brought together by Chris "Classick" Innumerable at his recording studio, Classick Studios.[5][9] Lenae's first EP, Moon Shoes, was originally released as a free download in August 2015, but was later reissued by Atlantic Records and the Three Twenty Three Music Group in 2016.[7][10] It drew praise from critics for her "fluid vocals and spare, poetic lyrics."[1]

In 2016, Lenae was officially signed to Atlantic Records.[11] She also appeared as a featured performer on Mick Jenkins' album The Healing Component[12] and on Noname's song "Forever."[13] She would go on to tour with and open for Noname on her Telefone Tour from January to March 2017.[10] Lenae also performed at WBEZ's Winter Block Party alongside fellow members of the underground collective Medicine Woman: Drea Smith, Via Rosa, and Jean Deaux.[14]

Bill Brunier

William Davies Trembath "Bill" Brunier (28 April 1889 – 3 July 1956[1]) was an Australian rules football player who served in the Australian Imperial Force during World War I.

Brunier made his debut for Melbourne in the Victorian Football League in Round 15 of the 1914 VFL season, finishing the season having played three matches.[2] He returned for the 1915 season and played two matches. After a break due to military service he rejoined Melbourne in 1919, playing four matches. He finished his VFL career having played nine matches, scoring eight goals.