It may refer to: Antony van Dyke, variant English spelling of the Flemish-born painter Anthony van Dyck, (1599–1641). The Van Dyke family of American entertainers: Dick Van Dyke (born 1925), actor. Barry Van Dyke (born 1951), actor. Shane Van Dyke (born 1979), actor, screenwriter, and director.
Vonda Kay Van Dyke (born May 19, 1943) was crowned the 1965 Miss America on September 13, 1964. Earlier in the year, she had taken a break as a 21-year-old junior at Arizona State College at Flagstaff (as of 1966, "Northern Arizona University") to become Miss Arizona. She is unique among pageant winners in that she was and still is the only Miss America who was also Miss Congeniality. Earlier in the year, she had taken a break as a 21-year-old junior at Arizona State University to become Miss Arizona. Vonda Kay Van Dyke was born in Muskegon, Michigan. Van Dyke, was an osteopath. The family moved to Phoenix, the seat of Maricopa County, Arizona, where Vonda attended the Phoenix Christian Junior/Senior High School.
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Vonda Kay Van Dyke was crowned the 1965 Miss America on September 13, 1964.
An album by VONDA VAN DYKE - Day By Day recorded in about 1972 of Jesus Music. Before Contemporary Christian Music or CCM there was Jesus Music. Day By Day ﬁnds Vonda graduating into that familiar early Myrrh ads style via material like ‘Mighty Clouds Of Joy’, ‘Say I Do’, the Godspell title track, Randy Matthews’ ‘Hallelujah Brother’ and three of her own songs. Some electric guitar twanging around in there amidst the soulful brass and gospelly background vocals. No major waves here, but does have a cover of Rare Earth’s ‘I Just Want To Celebrate’ that rocks pretty solid. Produced by Billy Ray Hearn, arranged and conducted by Rick Powell.
|Day By Day||2:38|
|Love Starts With You||2:42|
|Talk To The Man||1:58|
|Our Lords Prayer||2:40|
|Mighty Clouds Of Joy||3:14|
|Say I Do||2:58|
|I Found A Friend||2:50|
|I Just Want To Celebrate||2:48|
|Sweet Sweet Jesus||2:52|
|MST-6501-LP||Vonda Van Dyke||Day By Day (LP, Album)||Myrrh||MST-6501-LP||US||1971|
|MST-6501||Vonda Van Dyke||Day By Day (LP, Album)||Myrrh||MST-6501||UK||1972|