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    Bill Cowher
    William Laird Cowher (born May 8, 1957) is a former American football linebacker, coach, and sports analyst who served as a head coach in the National Football League (NFL) for 15 seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers. He began his coaching career as an assistant under Marty Schottenheimer for the Cleveland Browns and Kansas City Chiefs, serving as the latter's defensive coordinator from 1989 to 1991. Cowher was named head coach of the Steelers in 1992, whom he led until his 2007 retirement. After retiring, he joined The NFL Today as a studio analyst.
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     this guy is super popular right now. @BillCowher
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     Hello,In regards to bill cowher,his records SPEAKS FOR ITS SELF,BUT I THINK HE HAD A TERRIBLE TEMPER,AND I AM A FORMER FOOTBALL PLAYER IN COLLEGE,AND I WOULD NOT FEEL CONFORTABLE PLAYING FOR HIM..SO SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT HIS WIFE PASSING..BERNARD EDWARDS @BillCowher
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Birthplace United States
Eye Color Blue
Hair Color Black
Nationality American
Occupation Entertainer
Claim to Fame Queen V
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Ferocious hard rock guitar playing, powerful, passionate vocals, and endless swagger and attitude. This is what Rock ‘N’ Roll is all about, and this is exactly what you get with Queen V.

After getting her start in the music industry as a songwriter and performer in musical theater, V wound up bouncing between such famed New York City clubs as CBGBs, Don Hill’s, The Palladium, The Bitter End, and The Green Door. It was in those venues that V found her inspiration and will to cultivate her passion for music from a pastime into a career.

Queen V, the band, started in 1996 when she met producer Phil Schmoll. She settled on the name Queen V because in ’96, rap was replacing rock in the minds and hearts of young music fans. The name, to her, raises the stakes, and makes a statement about how scorching female-fronted rock can be.

In 2003, Queen V toured with Twisted Sister. “I think that was our toughest crowd,” she remembers. “To open for Twisted Sister on Long Island? Oh man, you get these really tough biker dudes standing right in front of you with their arms crossed looking up at the stage, almost daring you to impress them. But by the end of the shows, they know you’re there for the same hard driving rock and roll they came for, and all of a sudden they’re on board.”

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