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Dennis James, a heralded armonica virtuoso who lives in upstate New York, will visit Baltimore next weekend to be a soloist with two organizations. The story goes that in 1761, when Benjamin Franklin invented the glass instrument he dubbed the "armonica,...
Louis R. "Lou" Mills Jr., a nationally known and highly regarded recording engineer who was called "Baltimore's Godfather of Sound" and whose Cold Spring Lane studio was a destination for stars and musicians, died Friday of a heart attack at St. Joseph...
Gov. Jerry Brown had a clear message for Chinese companies as he prepares for his week-long trip to the Middle Kingdom next week: California wants your money. “They’ve got billions of dollars,” Brown said. “I'd like to get as...
For RedEyeGrowing up, Dallas-born, Nashville-raised singer-songwriter Caitlin Rose initially rebelled against her country roots. Well, maybe "rebellion" is too strong a term. "As a teenager I'd tell my parents, 'I'm going to play in a punk club and y'all stay...
Tags: Music Industry, Radio, Caitlin Rose, John Prine, Robert Altman
Dwight Howard has followed Shaquille O'Neal's NBA blueprint most of his career. He has taken on Shaq's Superman persona, clanked free throws, delved into the entertainment world and left the Magic behind for the L.A. Lakers. Next stop on his road...
An Upper East Side vet is making his way to the Great White Way. Josh Safran, who had served as a writer and executive producer of the now-concluded "Gossip Girl," is gearing up for his curtain call as the new showrunner for NBC's behind-the-scenes...
Fontella Bass, 72, a St. Louis-born soul singer who hit the top of the R&B charts with "Rescue Me" in 1965, died Wednesday at a St. Louis hospice of complications from a heart attack suffered three weeks ago, said her daughter, Neuka Mitchell. Bass had...
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When she created "Menopause: The Musical," Central Floridian Jeanie Linders tapped into something in the psyches of women of a certain age. Suddenly, "the change" was something to celebrate, an excuse for a fabulously silly girls' night out. With her...
Change of SubjectAssistant Cook County Public Defender Jeanne Bishop wrote the following in a recent essay in the Huffington Post: It's the mothers who come, who accept collect calls from their children in the jail. The mothers who put money on the......
Soundboard Music Blog - Orlando SentinelAaron Neville and his band made the unlikely transition from ”Take the ‘A' Train” to “Ave Maria” at one point in a marathon show on Wednesday at Plaza Live — and it didn't even seem like that big of a deal. That's a...
Andy Williams' signature hit song from the early 1960s was no accident of timing. Audrey Hepburn sang it first in the 1961 film "Breakfast at Tiffany's," and it was nominated for an Oscar. But when the producers of the Academy Awards show asked...
Tags: Jonathan Winters, Movies, MGM Inc., Dinah Shore, Johnny Carson
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