Navarro is a drama series about a French commissioner that aired on TF1. It was on the air for 18 years. Antoine Navarro solves cases as a French police officer in Paris. Roger Hanin: Commissioner Antoine Navarro (1989-2005). Emmanuelle Boidron: Navarro's daughter, Yolande Navarro (1989-2005). Catherine Allégret: Ginette Bouloche alias, Ginou (1989-1995, 1999-2005). Françoise Armelle: Gabrielle Laisi, alias, Gaby (1997-1998). Jacques Martial: Inspector (later lieutenant) Bain-Marie (1989-2004).
Music By – Laurent Grangier, Lucien Zabuski. B1. Navarro Blues (Instrumental). NAVARRO BLUES chanson originale de la série . interprété par le GROUPE IMMIGRATION ACT. Musique de la série télévisée: Navarro, avec Roger Hanin Produit par TF1/Hamster Productions. Paroles et musique de Laurent Grangier et Lucien Zabusky.
Lowen & Navarro was a songwriting team composed of David Eric Lowen and Dan Navarro, who met in Los Angeles, California, in the 1980s. They wrote the song "We Belong," which became a major hit for Pat Benatar in 1984. They became active as a performing group in 1987. In 1990, they began to release a number of records of their own, including "Learning To Fall" and "Purpose".
Navarro said dairy farmers understand the immigration issue and urged them to keep pushing their representatives in Washington to act. We can’t keep kicking the can down the road, she said. Are we prepared to see workers pulled from our farms and what the ramifications of that would be? Make sure (lawmakers) hear your voice. Navarro, who was a consultant to former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush during his failed 2016 presidential bid, said Republicans who thought Trump would change when he got into the White House were wrong. He has not changed, but the GOP has in their reaction to him, she said. Trump loves his base and his base loves him, but that will not be enough for 2020. Navarro, who came to the United States as a child legally with her parents from Nicaragua, said action is needed now on immigration reform, especially on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA.
Dave "The Machine" Navarro (born June 7, 1967) is an American guitarist, singer, songwriter, presenter and actor. Navarro is a member of the alternative rock band Jane's Addiction (four studio albums) and a former member of the Red Hot Chili Peppers (one album). He also released one solo album Trust No One (2001). Navarro has also been a member of the Jane's Addiction spin-off bands, Deconstruction and The Panic Channel.
Smooth Jazz's most soulful guitarist. Contemporary Jazz Guitarist and Composer with 24 Albums. New album Music For Guitar And Orchestra releases September 21, 2018.