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He was submitted and guided through the process by local talent scout Beth Hall, who works for the Helen Wells Agency Louisville.
One night, Bartholomew, a trumpeter who also was a talent scout for Imperial Records, brought Lew Chudd, the label's owner, to the club to hear Mr. Domino.
Brought to FC Cincinnati as a talent scout and eventual academy director, the first-year coach has likely had personnel alterations in the works for some time.
Bartholomew, moonlighting as the talent scout for Imperial, a struggling California record label, brought the label’s owner, Lew Chudd, to the Hideaway.
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TALENT SCOUT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of talent scout for English Language Learners
: a person whose job is to find talented performers, athletes, etc.
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