| Aug 15, 2010
| 9:33 PM
Although this wasnât his first time performing at the Hollywood Bowl, Harry Connick Jr. was surprised by how chilly summer nights could be in L.A. âThis is cold -- this isnât cool,â he said Friday, the first of his two-night......
| Sep 2, 2010
| 9:34 PM
You might think that atÂ age 84, Tony Bennett has sung those old standards so many times that there's not much nuance left to wring out of them. You'd be wrong. Bennett, a legitimate American icon in world littered with too many phony ones, returned to...
| May 20, 2010
WHAT: Still craving some crooning after last week's Orlando Cabaret Festival? Wendy Hayes (pictured) returns to the Winter Park Playhouse stage with "Ladies and Gentlemen," a cabaret salute to the pop kings and queens of the 1960s. Those who enjoyed her...
| Jun 30, 2010
The sun, just beginning to dip behind Buena Vista Branch Library's Lincoln Park, cast a golden hue over the grassy amphitheater — its reflection sparkling in the tinted lenses of the glasses worn by jazz pianist and vocalist Roger Harrison.
| Jan 25, 2010
| 7:53 AM
DC50's Lifestyle & Fashion correspondent Paul Wharton caught up with multiple Grammy-winner Debby Boone at Strathmore in Rockville, MD. Paul & Debby chat about everything from her "Reflections of Rosemary Clooney" tour; to cousin George Clooney; to her...
| Aug 2, 2010
| 4:56 PM
NEW YORK -- Mitch Miller, the goateed Master of the Singalong, who became a hugely popular recording artist and an unlikely television star a half century ago by leading a choral group in familiar old songs and inviting people to sing along, died Saturday...
| Sep 30, 2010
| 11:55 AM
Michael Feinstein is on a mission, and we should thank him.
He's saving a vital part of America -- our music. His work, divided between performing familiar favorites and collecting music, is woven into a three-part documentary, PBS' "Michael Feinstein'...
| Jul 29, 2003
Bob Hope, the elder statesman of comedy whose extraordinary career spanned vaudeville, Broadway, radio, television, movies, books and makeshift concert platforms in war zones, has died. He was 100. Hope died at 9:28 p.m. Sunday at his home in Toluca...
| Mar 13, 2005
Many of today's symphony orchestra instruments have been around for centuries. The violin, for instance, dates to the 1500s and as a result has an enormous repertoire spanning 450 years. The saxophone, by contrast, wasn't invented until the mid-19th...