"Breaking" News: Please don't break your pelvis because A) It hurts! and B) You spend weeks in the hospital learning how to walk again. But with my new best friend, Walt...Show More
Slowly making my way uptown and back to Broadway but doing some shopping now on 34th Street in "New York, New York". ;-)
Country songs appear to be the most popular genre here, and I found one that is most idendified with Gogi Grant, but also recorded by Tex Ritter in 1956.
Coming out of the "Summer Stock" movie, I bumped into Brian May of "Queen". (lol) I told him that I've been to 5 of the "Queen + Adam Lambert" concer...Show More
Missed the exit ramp for Broadway so went to the movies instead. 1930 Harold Arlen song most identified with Judy Garland in "Summer Stock".
Another favorite song from "Porgy and Bess". I asked Joyce's background singers to help me with the repeat chorus but they're booked solid for the next 2 months. ;-)
From my favorite opera "Porgy and Bess" composed by George Gershwin in 1935.
From the Broadway show and winner of Best Picture in 2003, "Chicago".
Ed Ames is 90 years old today. This song was a big hit for him back in 1967. Originally from the Broadway musical "I Do, I Do".
A few years ago, I couldn't have been more flattered when Suzanne contacted me to do a duet. With me?! How? Did she expect me to fly to Hawaii? :-) With her guidance, this was the...Show More
I was in my teens when I first heard this song - performed by Irene Ryan ("The Beverly Hillbillies") on Broadway in the original "Pippin". The lyrics were super...Show More
The finale from A Chorus Line. "She's the quintessence of making the grade" - Yikes. (LOL)
I listen to you wonderful Country singers - a genre that doesn't like me. This is the closest I can come to it as it's from a Western, "Paint Your Wagon". :-)
An old chestnut (apt description of me, too) of a song released by Andy Williams in 1963.
In his long career, this was Sammy Davis, Jr's only #1 hit and ironically - he hated it saying it was "too saccharine". :-D
When the British group The Propeller Heads approached Shirley Bassey with this song, she rejected it and reportedly said, "Give it to Tina Turner". She was eventually pe...Show More
From the movie "Victor/Victoria".
Everybody do "The Fruge" - LOL - from 1966's "Sweet Charity".
Oh Boy, NOW more than EVER.
Shirley Bassey arrangement
Are you sure you want to delete this track?
Are you sure you want to delete this playlist?
Are you sure you want to report this comment?
your account has been credited. verification email will be sent shortly. Please check your email and verify your email address.