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  • George Shearing dies at 91; jazz pianist

    George Shearing dies at 91; jazz pianist
    George Shearing, the elegant pianist who expanded the boundaries of jazz by adding an orchestral sensibility and a mellow aesthetic to the music, has died. He was 91. Shearing died Monday of congestive heart failure at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York,...
  • Dolores Fuller dies at 88; actress dated director Ed Wood

    Dolores Fuller dies at 88; actress dated director Ed Wood
    Dolores Fuller, the onetime actress-girlfriend of cross-dressing schlock movie director Ed Wood who co-starred with Wood in his low-budget 1950s cult classic "Glen or Glenda," has died. She was 88. Fuller, whose show business career included writing...
  • Words from Wings' drummer: Denny Seiwell talks Paul McCartney, area upbringing and new jazz trio

     
    When Lehighton native Denny Seiwell left the tiny Carbon County town for a burgeoning career as a drummer in the lodges of the Poconos, then the clubs of New York City, jazz was his music of choice. He played with......
  • Noble Acts

     
    She bewitches and beguiles in PBS’ Downton Abbey, but just who is Michelle Dockery, the girl behind the impervious Lady Mary?...
  • 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....
  • Jerry Leiber appreciation: A songwriter who helped change pop music

     
    An appreciation of Jerry Leiber who, writing for Elvis Presley, Peggy Lee, The Coasters and more as the lyricist half of the Leiber and Stoller songwriting team, helped change pop music and set the template for future artists....
  • Pianist/singer Judy Carmichael poetry in motion at Musikfest Cafe Jazz Brunch

     
    By Steve Siegel Special to The Morning Call They say that with stride piano, all the work is done by the left hand. Yet watching Grammy-nominated jazz pianist/vocalist Judy Carmichael hit her groove at the Musikfest Café Jazz Brunch on......
  • 'The Nat King Cole TV Show' coming to iTunes on Feb. 15

     
    Nat King Cole fans have a Valentine's week treat in store this year: His estate will begin posting episodes of his groundbreaking 1950s series “The Nat King Cole TV Show” for digital downloading on iTunes. For a too-brief period in......
  • Album review: The Kills, 'Blood Pressures'

     
    2.5 stars (out of 4) The Kills write simple songs with lots of attitude, the kind that blows smoke in your face and stubs out cigarettes in your chest. Dirt, sleaze, swagger – the duo delivered on three studio albums......
  • 'Dancing With the Stars' recap: The 200th episode!

     
    Five years and 200 episodes ago, "Dancing With the Stars" debuted on ABC, a small reality-TV series imported from across the pond, in which celebrities were paired up with professional ballroom dancers and pranced around a rectangular stage vying for........
  • Reese Witherspoon, “you give me FEVER” — a Peggy Lee bio-pic

     
    Peggy Lee was one of the handful of showbiz names to come out of that beet and barley flatland known as North Dakota, something I learned doing a series of program sketches for a concert hall at the university where I worked and went to school  —...
  • Reese Witherspoon feels the 'Fever' for Peggy Lee movie

     
    Reese Witherspoon won an Academy Award for her portrayal of June Carter Cash in "Walk the Line," and now she has her eye on another music legend....