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Cirque du Soleil has seven resident shows in Las Vegas and two more imminent. But if you think that sounds like oversaturation, think again. Each of the famously lavish productions, which the Canadian entertainment giant describes as a “dramatic mix...
When I was 8 years old, I wanted to be the Beatles. Not just one of the Beatles — I wanted to be all four of them. I was very precocious that way. Some time around the second grade, I got a hold of my parents' record collection and serenaded the...
Tags: Music, George Harrison, Concerts
When he was 3, Addison Love was voted the "Beatles Fan of the New Millennium" at Beatlefest by playing a toy guitar and singing "A Hard Day's Night" with his father. Now 16, Addison is getting a chance to take his fandom to the next level — playing...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgWhat's in a name? For Englebert Humperdinck, it's the difference between being a super star and a smalltime crooner. It's the difference between playing local pubs and appearing at The London Palladium. As Arnold George Dorsey, his given name, it's...
He may be the King of Pop, but in the kingdom of dead celebrity earnings, Michael Jackson's rule has been usurped by a new queen -- Elizabeth Taylor. Forbes has released its annual list of Top-Earning Dead Celebrities, and Liz dethroned MJ after a two...
Liz Smith"THE BEST pop singers never seem to age." So wrote music critic Anthony Tommasini, musing in a positive fashion over the recent concerts of Barbara Cook at Carnegie Hall and Barbra Streisand at the Barclays Center, in Brooklyn. Obviously, audiences and...
Head to Guilford on Sunday for some rockin' good tunes and even better eats at Taste the Shoreline. The Beatles A to Z, with their melodic interpretations of your favorite songs by the Fab Four, headline the musical entertainment portion of the festival...
Liz Smith"THE PROBLEM with religious fundamentalist political agenda -- besides the fact that it is unconstitutional -- is that it's fundamentally un-American. Like all extremist movements, its success depends on making people afraid of each other ... they've...
email@example.comWhen most music fans think of the mandolin, they usually think of bluegrass. But the stringed instrument is just as comfortable at opera as the Grand Ole Opry. In fact, Vivaldi wrote a concert for the mandolin and Mozart featured it in a serenade. And...
1.) Cindy 1) Prince- Alphabet Street 2) Prince- Peach 3) Prince- Dirty Mind 4) Prince- Erotic City 5) Prince- Controversy 2.) Dan 1.) The Doors- Riders on the Storm 2.) Bill Haley- Rock Around the Clock 3.) Frank Sinatra- My Kind of Town 4.)...
RockwoodOnce again, the British are invading the United States. Don't worry though, a pair of British boy-bands are not going to cause too much trouble. The first British music invasion started back in the 1960s. Every radio was blaring tunes from "The Beatles,"...
1. It's a Hagerstown Hoedown Harvest Hoedown at Fairgrounds Park will be from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 13, at Fairgrounds Park, Cannon Avenue, Hagerstown. Music, autumn activities and vendors.Call 301-739-8577, ext. 116. 2. It's almost like the...
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