Mick Fleetwood

The Mick Fleetwood Blues Band

Mick Fleetwood is undoubtedly amazed at the peaks and valleys, the twists and turns his drumming career has traveled. He has lately been bringing it full circle. Starting ... Continue Reading →
Fritz Coleman's Defying Gravity

Fritz Coleman’s DEFYING GRAVITY, hilarious “Baby Boomer support group” show

Fritz Coleman’s DEFYING GRAVITY is a hilarious look at the comical calamities of aging. It’s for the delight of Baby Boomers and all those who hope to become part ... Continue Reading →
Harry Connick Jr.  (photo by Margie Barron)

Harry Connick Jr. enjoying his dream job

Harry Connick Jr. described his syndicated talk show Harry as “a party for y’all,” but he also said it’s a “dream job” for him. The launch of Harry on September ... Continue Reading →
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Jeff Lynne’s ELO – Hollywood Bowl, 10 September 2016

It is hard to find an artist who has been dormant from the stage for so long and has come back with enough fan support to sell out three nights at the Hollywood Bowl. Jeff ... Continue Reading →
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Kiefer Sutherland rocks! …& is presidential too

Get ready for the wish fulfillment series of the season, with actor-singer Kiefer Sutherland as the President of the United States in the exciting new drama Designated ... Continue Reading →
The People v. O.J. Simpson capture TCA Awards

TCA Awards 2016 honors The People v. O.J., Mr. Robot, Rachel Bloom, Mary Tyler Moore, & more

There was nothing for the TV critics to criticize at the 32nd annual Television Critics Association Awards, because all the winners were invited to the event that honored ... Continue Reading →
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Kinky Boots: Al Hirschfeld Theatre NYC

Who knew the saucy girl from Queens who blew into the MTV scene of the 80s would decades later join with one of the multi-talented artists from that era to create a delightful ... Continue Reading →
Chilina Kennedy as Carole King in Beautiful - The Carole King Musical on Broadway at the Stephen Sondheim Theater (c)Joan Marcus

Beautiful – The Carole King Musical: Stephen Sondheim Theatre NYC

Disproving the theory that there are no second acts in America, Beautiful artfully unfolds the story of Carole King. King went from unknown success writing hit songs for ... Continue Reading →