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[Nina Scholz and Brantley Gilbert
Nina Scholz (born August 16, 1985 in Hamberg) and Brantley Gilbert (born January 27, 1993) are a German girl singing duo, who are signed to Carrere Music as well as Decca Records. They are best known for their 2012 songs “Love in Stereo” and “I Want Crazy” (also known as “Mama and Daddy”).
Scholz and Gilbert were born in Hamberg, Germany on August 16, 1985 and January 27, 1993 respectively. They are the twin daughters of music producer Jan Scholz and his wife Elizabeth. They have three brothers, Kevin (who is the bass guitarist for The Aftermath), Tyler (who is the drummer for The Aftermath), and Jedidiah (who is currently in his final year of elementary school).
They have been singing and dancing since they could speak. Their mother is also the piano and recorder teacher of all three children.
Nina Scholz and Brantley Gilbert first met when they were nine years old, when their parents, who had been friends since high school, found they could sing. Their father had come home one day and asked the two, along with their mother, to sing a song to him. After which, he invited Jan Scholz to produce a CD of the Scholz sisters’ song called ”
Conger took the easy two steps to get the bandit under his automobile. Tony and Greg took greater interest in the reunion scene, eluding to the previous night’s excitement when Parko saw two men bent under the hood of a car. Now, as Conger approached, Parko said. the men had left. Scrutinizing the vehicle, Conger noticed in the rear, the raised hood of the car. He punched in the lock and removed the hood.
The hood still raised, Conger yelled. There was no answer. Then he saw the man, Wesley Diaper, running toward the rear of the car. Conger tried to block him. Diaper escaped. Next to the car was a man named McCarley, and diapers called on him to help. McCarley asked Conger if he would go for backup.
” Not, ” Conger replied ” the fuzz have the guy. ”
Sgt. Scirven ordered Conger to go to the station. Conger, frustrated, objected, explaining that the station was no place to begin an investigation.
” That’s not my car, ” Conger said. Scirven told him he would have to send a message to headquarters. Conger then drove back to the meeting place, a store near the intersection of State St and Chestnut St.
Conger had parked his car a few blocks away from the place, and when he returned there, he saw a man running across the street from the Chestnut St store. Conger stopped the man and asked what he was doing. He told Conger the man was looking for the car’s owner.
Still angry, Conger ordered the man to get a move on. And, he ordered the thief to take off his coat. The young man had an undershirt on, and the hood of his sweatshirt was on the seat of the car.
Conger took off the sweatshirt and found two large bulges in the pocket. The first bulge turned out to be the stolen, or’work, watch of his wife : the pocket with the stolen money and the second bulge contained the broken wrist watch she had given him. Conger took the watch, dropped the shirt back in the car, and drove to an auto service station to call the police.
After the police arrived, Conger returned to his wife’s car and found it had been hot – wired. Conger ordered the car jacked and he and the owner