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Friday, October 13, 2017

Celeb Tweets On Tom Petty

The Green Room
Celeb Tweets
By Sameen Amer
October 13, 2017

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Thomas Earl Petty (20 October 1950 – 2 October 2017)

Elton John (@eltonofficial): Tom Petty’s music and songs are timeless. He was a wonderful writer, musician, and singer. Irreplaceable and unique. #RIPTomPetty

Shania Twain (@ShaniaTwain): So sad to hear of the passing of Tom
Petty. Such an incredible, inspiring artist. I’ll treasure fond memories of our time spent together this past summer. <3

Rob Lowe (@RobLowe): Tom Petty was on my Mount Rushmore of rock heroes. The writing, the voice, the band. HeartBROKEN. Read More

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Thursday, October 6, 2016

Charlie Puth wants a ‘We Don’t Talk Anymore’ duet with Bette Midler

New York Metro
Charlie Puth wants a ‘We Don’t Talk Anymore’ duet with Bette Midler
By RACHEL RACZKA
October 5, 2016

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Charlie Puth knows how to drive the conversation. The 24-year-old doesn’t skip a beat when asked who he’d like to see sub in for Selena Gomez for their chart-topping single “We Don’t Talk Anymore.”

“I’d love to perform it with Bette Midler,” he says. “I would make this whole jazz orchestral arrangement with her.” Oh, Bette? You mean your fellow co-mentor on this upcoming season of the “The Voice,” premiering Monday on NBC? “Yeah, that’s why I said her,” he coyly adds. Read More

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Thursday, November 5, 2015

Richard Jay-Alexander (Kiss My Brass!) to Direct RUTHLESS! Star Jennifer Diamond in 54 Below Debut on Sunday

Broadway World
Richard Jay-Alexander to Direct RUTHLESS! Star Jennifer Diamond in 54 Below Debut on Sunday
November 5, 2015

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Feinstein’s/54 Below will present the debut of Jennifer Diamond

Currently co-starring in the smash hit musical RUTHLESS!, this Sunday evening, November 8th at 9:30 PM. Jennifer’s new show IT’S MY FIRST TIME (PLEASE BE GENTLE) is directed by Richard Jay-Alexander.

PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS HERE

The two first worked together on LES MISERABLES and a number of benefits, and Jay-Alexander found her uniquely talented and versatile enough to put a special spin on a debut act for her, recounting her arrival in the business, her story as an up-and-coming actress and all the good (and bad) that goes with it. The evening promises to be fun, humorous and heart-breaking with songs from Broadway and pop reflective of Jennifer’s own personal story. Read More

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Sunday, October 25, 2015

Who Doesn’t Love Watching a Good Scary Movie on Halloween?

Round Table Times
Who Doesn’t Love Watching a Good Scary Movie on Halloween?
Erika Batchelor, Staff Writer
October 15, 2015

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It’s October and that means it’s time to watch all your favorite spooky movies. Whether you love scary movies or hate them, here are some of our favorite Halloween movies.

Classics:

The Shining (1980) – This Stanley Kubrick film stars Jack Nicholson as a crazed novelist who (spoiler alert) tries to chop his family up after a particularly stressful winter at the Overlook Hotel. A cult classic, this movie will have you in chills from start to finish. Read More

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Wednesday, January 23, 2013

BetteBack June 2, 1977: “Live At Last”

Montclair Tribune
Live LPs by top groups
By Mike Del Rey
Pop Music Critic


June 2, 1977

If your f a v o r i t e performer isn’t in town the next best thing would b« to check your local record stores for their live LPs. One of them is bound to be one of your favorite performers. In the last couple of weeks alone a handful of live albums have been popping up in all sorts of stores.

On one hand you have Arista’s “Barry Manilow Live,” recorded live at the Uris Theater in New York last December. Manilow and Ron Dante have produced one of the best and listenable live albums to date. The music contained is all of Manilow’s hits including his commercial themes. Read More

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Tuesday, January 24, 2012

BetteBack Review – Thursday, January 12, 1989: Beaches

Mister D: I found this review just too cynical and he made the movie seem like there was no joy or happiness in the movie at all.  And not one mention of the great performances by all.

THE TELEGRAPH
Beaches mostly a washout
Thursday, January 12, 1989
by Roger Ebert 

Maybe the problem is wi th the f l a s h b a c k s.

Maybe if the whole story had simply been told from beginning to end it would have felt less like one of those 1950s tearjerkers with t he r a in b l owi ng in through the window and
g e t t i ng the curtains all wet. Read More

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