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Maida & Kelly Clarkson
I tagged this as "citation needed":
Maida and Chantal Kreviazuk contributed to Kelly Clarkson's song "Where Is Your Heart?", which Kreviazuk actually helped write
- Kelly Clarkson's official website used to state that Maida played guitar on the song. Her site has been updated since the release of a new album and no longer includes the info, but I added a Google cache link as reference, because he did work on it. Lunapuella 22:27, 27 June 2007 (UTC)
there was a request for a citation for his mother being the executive secretary for conrad black, here it is:
"Black's longtime executive secretary Joan Maida was on the stand earlier in the day. The 59-year-old, whose son Raine Maida is in the rock band Our Lady Peace, was openly hostile towards assistant U.S. attorney Jeff Cramer during cross-examination."
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Since the old promo pic was removed for not being free, I uploaded a temporary alternative that I created. However, this photo is from 2002, so it's pretty old. If anyone has a more recent picture, that is also free, please upload it. I'm sure there must be people here who took pictures of Raine at a more recent concert than 2002. ;) Lunapuella 18:04, 29 August 2007 (UTC)