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1978 – Bette Midler Up Close Interview

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I think that people should never stop working no matter how old they are.

I think that people should never stop working no matter how old they are. I think there should be no such thing as retirement. Retirement is the pathway to an early grave. When you lose your work and what interests you, you lose your will to live, and I’m not that kind of person. – Bette Midler

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Bette Midler – From A Distance – The Showgirl Must Go On – 2008

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This Hocus Pocus Star, Vinessa Shaw, Is Expecting & Her Announcement Is Wickedly Perfect

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This Hocus Pocus Star Is Expecting & Her Announcement Is Wickedly Perfect
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Hocus Pocus is one of the most beloved classic movies about witches. The 1993 Disney film is a staple at Halloween house parties, and for good reason: the story is timeless and the aesthetics are charmingly campy. How many among us have dressed up as Bette Midler’s character Winifred for Halloween when we were kids, or at least wish we did? Probably so many of us.
Even Hocus Pocus star Vinessa Shaw still loves the film. The actress, who played Allison in the film, took to Instagram today to announce her new little magical creature, and she referenced the film in her baby announcement with a cute little graphic featuring the charmingly evil Sanderson witches. I mean, how adorable is that? Shaw is totally going for our childhood hearts, and we love her for it.
This is her first child with her husband Kristopher Gifford, and the happy couple posed together in their initial announcement. She writes that Gifford is a graphic designer, and that she hopes we “appreciate his cheekiness.” The photo background is photoshopped, so evidently Gifford created the post for her.
Shaw has performed in plenty since Hocus Pocus. She starred alongside Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman in Eyes Wide Shut, as well the remake of the classic Wes Craven film The Hills Have Eyes. But if you ask us, it’s Hocus Pocus that we know and love best, and we hope her new baby grows up to enjoy the film just as much as we do.
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Bette Midler: Bootleg Betty: Love Says It’s Waiting – Roxy – 1978

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You know, I like people to make me laugh. It’s the only way to survive.

You know, I like people to make me laugh. It’s the only way to survive. The whole thing, after all, is one big joke. So, whatever anyone wants to think about me is fine. That’s what I’m here for, that’s my role. I can be an object of love, hate, it doesn’t matter. As long as I like myself. – Bette Midler

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Listen: Melissa Manchester Takes On “Ain’t That a Kick in the Head”

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Listen: Melissa Manchester Takes On “Ain’t That a Kick in the Head”
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On Monday, Melissa Manchester gave fans a taste of her forthcoming album, The Fellas, sharing the album opener and first single, “Ain’t That A Kick In The Head,” via her social media channels. Her rambunctious, horn-filled version of the song swings exuberantly from the rafters.

“I wanted to invite the audience in, right away, to what the album and song was going to feel like,” says Melissa Manchester. The classic song was first recorded in 1960 by Dean Martin, who also performed it in the film Oceans 11 the same year.

Manchester co-produced The Fellas with Robert Slack, Dean of Visual and Performing Arts at Citrus College in Glendora, CA. She is backed by The Citrus College Blue Note Orchestra, which is composed of students, alumni and faculty from the community college.

More than 25 years after Manchester released Tribute, her 1989 album that honored the great female singers who influenced her, she turns the tables with The Fellas, a radiant tribute to the men, including Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole, Johnny Mathis, Tony Bennett and Mel Tormé, and the iconic songs they made famous. Singing with a verve and emotional vulnerability that immediately captivates, the Grammy winner inventively reimagines these beloved standards.

The Fellas – which will be released on September 8 via Manchester’s independent label, Long Run Entertainment, LLC – is available for pre-order now on Amazon. While it’s primarily a solo album, Manchester did recruit one very special fella to join her on The Fellas: Barry Manilow duets with her on a jubilant “For Me and My Gal,” a tribute to Gene Kelly and Judy Garland, who performed the 1942 movie’s title track. Manilow and Manchester met 40 years ago when they were young jingle singers trying to break into show business. Manilow introduced her to Bette Midler, who recruited Melissa to become a founding member of the Harlettes.


Melissa will launch The Fellas with a performance/record release party at Birdland in New York City on September 11 and a September 22 performance with the Blue Note Orchestra at the James Armstrong Theatre in Torrance, CA. Proceeds from the gala fundraiser/CD release party in Torrance will benefit Art Attack, a charity founded by Bea Arthur that provides lessons and scholarships to young artists who wouldn’t otherwise have the opportunity. Manchester will also perform in Atlanta on August 28 at the “Concert For America,” which will raise funds for national organizations working to protect civil rights.Manchester’s remarkable career will be celebrated with the September 8 release of Through the Eyes of Love: The Complete Arista 7” Singles (Real Gone Music and Second Disc Records). The 43-song set of her singles (both A and B sides) includes such hits as “Midnight Blue,” the GRAMMY-nominated “Don’t Cry Out Loud,” the GRAMMY-winning “You Should Hear How She Talks About You” and the Oscar-nominated “Theme from Ice Castles (Through the Eyes of Love).”

Melissa Manchester tour dates:

  • 08/19 – Las Vegas, NV – The Smith Center (2 shows)
  • 08/28 – Atlanta, GA – Ferst Center For The Arts – “Concert For America”
  • 09/11 – New York, NY – Birdland NYC – Record Release Party
  • 09/16 – Monroe Township, NJ – Monroe Township High School PAC
  • 09/22 – Torrance, CA – James Armstrong Theatre – CD release party/gala fundraiser for Art Attack
  • 10/12 – Franklin, TN – Franklin Theatre
  • 10/13 – Evans, GA – Hardin Performing Arts Center
  • 10/14 – Pawley’s Island, SC – Pawleys Island Festival of Music and Art
  • 12/03 – Denham Springs, LA – Forest Grove Plantation
  • 12/24 – Boca Raton, FL – Wick Theatre
  • 12/25 – Boca Raton, FL – Wick Theatre (2 shows)
  • 02/17 – Brookville, NY – Tilles Center

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The Reluctant Apostles Featuring Katey Sagal

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The Reluctant Apostles Featuring Katey Sagal
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On Saturday, August 19, former TV mom Katey Sagal will bring her musical side to the Levitt Pavilion singing Americana/Rock music.

Katie Sagal is best known for her role as Peggy Bundy, Al’s sarcastic, lazy, bon bon-eating wife, on “Married … with Children”, and for her role as Gemma Teller Morrow on the FX series Sons of Anarchy, for which she won a Golden Globe in 2011.

But long before Katey Sagal was out-Lady Macbething Lady Macbeth on Sons of Anarchy, she was an aspiring singer. During the Seventies and Eighties, she sang backup for an eclectic mix of artists, from Olivia Newton-John and Etta James to Molly Hatchet and Tanya Tucker. She even wore mermaid fins for Bette Midler as a member of Midler’s backup group ‘The Harlettes’, and helped make Gene Simmons’ 1978 solo album a little less cringe-worthy.

Later, she had her own band, the Group With No Name, which didn’t last long but lives forever on YouTube (one of the videos features a mind-blowing flute solo that’d make Ron Burgundy proud.). A few solo albums followed over the years – including some choice cuts on the Sons of Anarchy soundtrack – but her music has always been eclipsed by her acting career.

With the support of record label Valley Entertainment, she released her album, “room” in 2004, the first record for Sagal since her 1994 debut, “Well…”

On “Covered”, Sagal’s 2013 release, the Sons of Anarchy star takes on songs by Ryan Adams, Ray LaMontagne, Gillian Welch, Joni Mitchell and more, features a duet with Jackson Browne, and reimagines Tom Petty’s 1989 classic “Free Fallin’.” There’s something sublime about hearing the baddest biker chick on TV belt out Tom Petty’s “Free Falling.”

Sagal performs beginning 8:00 p.m. at the Levitt Pavilion, located in Memorial Park, 85 E. Holly Street, Pasadena. For more information call (626) 683-3225 or visit http://www.levittpavilionpasadena.org.

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Alice Freeman AllenYour words are so true, I've seen so many pass from boredom or loss of will. Thank you for your kindness.

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Douglas M. LaslieWe shouldn't retire, eh? After 43 years in education -- and with the lunacy that has prevailed in present-day education, including unconstitutional vouchers, charter schools with no oversight what so ever, attacks on public school teachers, and lunatics like Betsy DeVos in charge -- I beg to differ! My wife and I are now quite content (and busy) in our volunteering endeavors and visiting our son in NYC as often as we can!

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Robert JacobsBette, I'm 44 days away from retiring after 37 years in the nonprofit human services field, and I'm ready... for the next adventure! And, of course, spending more time in the theatre.

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John KnapAlthough, maybe retirement is the pathway to finally doing what you love.......

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Janet JarwoodDon't let the UK government here you say that no one will get their pensions

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Gitta K. JacobsSometimes circumstances force you to retire long before You are ready!

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Amy HolmesTotally Agree, Ms DIVINE

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Veronica WhitelockNever a truer word spoken!

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Forst William Brian# DIVINE Miss M. 😉

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John R. WilkinsA lot of people find interests they enjoy outside of their job. I know I have. I'm looking forward to retirement when my job will no longer get in the way of those things that interest me. You keep working until the put you in the ground, Bette. As for me, I'm going to retire and get on with the rest of life outside of work. Thanks.

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Annette Mucci HebardThere is a 98 year old dance teacher who lives in Mendon, Mass and she runs her studio, teaches, sings at local community gatherings, dies not wear glasses, climbs the stairs to her bedroom, drives, cooks and cleans her house which is attached to her dance studio, with the help of her daughter, puts in a Nutcracker Performance every year. She is an amazing human being who has yet to retire.

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Michael FlynnYeah? Try being a Nurse for 40 years! Nearly killed me!!!!

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Shirley MartinBette, I'm glad you enjoy working and you want to continue until you drop but let's be real, you sang, got lucky and were discovered. I'm sure for many years it was difficult BUT, at a certain point while you were still relatively young, you didn't have to work, you got to pick and choose the projects you wanted to work on, most people are not that lucky. Working 9 to 5 every single day and not a glamorous job but paid the bills and after 48 years yippee, retirement, couldn't be happier and not a day goes by that I do not miss work.

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David CunninghamI have found the last few years my age has become the issue. Allure magazine listed me as one of the top make up artist, I. 1996 Rated one of top Barbers in 2015, But still after people saying you Dont look THAT old still age is used as a slur in this country and most of us need to work. Also have you noticed how nobody talks about Jennifer lopez except how good she looks for her age? As if she is only required to look young to the grave? Like she hasnt done any thing in her career? Another post I saw said Happy Birthday Hally Berry and doesnt she look great!! FOR HER AGE ? When did you see a man referred to in this way.

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Marilyn LeonardBette Midler, I am enjoying retirement...I have 5 grandkids all under 5 1/2 ! I wish this for you! It's Grammie heaven! ❤️

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Ronika VillanuevaIt all depends on what you do for a living. Some don't love their jobs it's just because that's where the money comes from. I say if you retire now you can do things that make you happy. If you're already doing that then by all means don't quit.

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Susan PasenBecause one retires, does not mean boredom or death. Unless you choose that! There's much to do and look forward to. Opportunities to do things you didn't have a chance to and new adventures. You are only bored if you allow yourself to be. As an entertainer the stresses of life are very different than being a teacher, clerical worker, postal worker, HD employee, gardner, retail etc.... Most people do not have other people to help them run their life You are in a world of make believe We come to see you perform so we can get some of that magic and take it home with us Beneath the bitter snow Lies the seed that with the sun's love becomes the rose

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Garry SheltonHey if we were all over paid actors that would be great! Unfortunately many hate their jobs and are counting the days until retirement. There are many ways to keep active after retiring. Sue

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Ruth Carol FeldmanRight on, Bette. Everybody needs a reason to awaken in the a.m. Keep the mind alert and conscious of what's going on in today's world and it isn't good...

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Travis BaileyNever stop , every one I have known retired and had no other activities died so I learned by watching others. I am going to stay active and keep learning, death has to catch me

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Bradley PattisonNeither am I. I am a painter (artist) and 71 years old. Been painting since 1968 and will continue to do so until I croak!!! Keep at it, Bette.

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Taylor CoudenI feel like it depends on the line of work you do. There are only but so many jobs to go around and retirement is a way to reward yourself for a job well don't and allow someone else a turn at the wheel. Now for an American Icon like Bette middler who's going to argue if you keep going. There will never be a replacement for you.

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You know, I like people to make me laugh. It's the only way to survive. The whole thing, after all, is one big joke. So, whatever anyone wants to think about me is fine. That's what I'm here for, that's my role. I can be an object of love, hate, it doesn't matter. As long as I like myself. - Bette Midler ... See MoreSee Less

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Larene MayI try to say that when I walk by a mirror! I laugh instead, if I can laugh at myself first, it doesn't hurt when someone else does! Thank you The Divine Miss M❣️

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Shari KoshowskiAmen to that and by the way you look fantasic

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Derryn T Cuisinelove what she is wearing...is that a stole she is carrying?

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Donna HartyAnd that is why you are so loved.

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