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  • Column: Free Summer Concerts in Aberdeen

    What is summer without the free summer concerts? At Aberdeen's Festival Park another summer season will begin on June 19 at 7 p.m. These concerts will be held every Tuesday evening through Aug. 21. They are sponsored by the Aberdeen Board of Parks and...
  • Seniors' talents have Cow Palace shaking

    Seniors' talents have Cow Palace shaking
    One singer crooned like Sinatra. One twanged in true Conway Twitty style and another gave a credible gravel-voiced impression of Louis Armstrong. And, of course, an Elvis entered the Cow Palace at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium with a guitar...
  • PASSINGS: Mel McDaniel, Lou Gorman, Harley Allen

    PASSINGS: Mel McDaniel, Lou Gorman, Harley Allen
    Mel McDaniel Country music singer-songwriter Mel McDaniel, 68, a husky-voiced country music singer-songwriter who had a No. 1 hit with "Baby's Got Her Blue Jeans On," died of lung cancer Thursday at his home in Hendersonville, Tenn., the Grand Ole...
  • PASSINGS: Bernard G. Sarnat

    PASSINGS: Bernard G. Sarnat
    Bernard G. Sarnat Beverly Hills plastic surgeon, research scientist Dr. Bernard G. Sarnat, 99, a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon and research scientist who advanced the study of facial deformities, died of respiratory failure Oct. 21 in Los Angeles, his...
  • PASSINGS: Sid Melton, Leonard Stone, Liz Anderson, Thomas McNeeley Jr., George Rountree

    PASSINGS: Sid Melton, Leonard Stone, Liz Anderson, Thomas McNeeley Jr., George Rountree
    Sid Melton Character actor in dozens of TV, film projects Sid Melton, 94, a character actor perhaps best known for his roles in the hit television shows "Green Acres" and "The Danny Thomas Show," died of pneumonia Wednesday at Providence St. Joseph...
  • A fierce Fiona Apple at the Chicago Theatre

    A fierce Fiona Apple at the Chicago Theatre
    “Every single night’s a fight with my brain,” Fiona Apple roared, as if 27 voices were competing for space inside her head. And then she dropped to a near whisper. “I just want to feel everything.” The singer did all she...
  • Conway Twitty's sexual orientation sparks fight in trailer

     
    Two neighbors in a Safety Harbor trailer park, Joe Harland Capes and Ronald Richards, were hanging out in Richards' trailer when they began arguing about the sexual orientation of country music singer Conway Twitty, who died in 1993, reports Bay News 9 in...
  • Brad Paisley delivers a sweet night in Chocolatetown

     
    At the core of his success as one of country music’s most popular entertainers is Brad Paisley’s ability to embrace the past while forging into the future with all of the bells, whistles and ringtones of this high-tech, high-def world.......
  • Speaking with Schuyler Fisk: Coal Miner's Daughter's daughter finds success at movies and music

     
    Schuyler Fisk seems to be successful at whatever she does. As an actress, the daughter of Oscar-winner Sissy Spacek has had roles in critically acclaimed, if small, movies, such as the 2002 MTV film “Orange County” and the 2006 comedy......
  • RIP Jerry Leiber: half of one of rock's great songwriting teams

     
    Jerry Leiber, with partner Mike Stoller, wrote many of the hits that helped define rock music....
  • Philadelphia crowd embraces Glen Campbell for his 'long goodbye'

     
    If Alzheimer’s disease is, as First Lady Nancy Reagan put it in describing her husband, the long goodbye, Glen Campbell said farewell with the equivalent of a warm embrace Thursday with a concert at the University of Pennsylvania’s Irving...
  • Loretta Lynn was wowing them at Penn's Peak. Then something happened.

     
    The start of Loretta Lynn’s concert Friday at Penn’s Peak near Jim Thorpe was a rousingly good show: The First Lady of Country Music belting out song after song in a strong, still youthful siren of a voice, a delightfully......