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Fab Four Brings Back The Beatles

January 31st, 2014
Fifty years ago, The Beatles landed in America and changed the face of music forever. The Fab Four, as they came to be known, were introduced to the country through an appearance on “The Ed Sullivan Show,” and the ...

Sandra Bernhard To Play The Paramount

January 17th, 2014
She’s a film and television star, darling of the Broadway stage and she kills on the comedy circuit. She’s Sandra Bernhard, and don’t try to pigeonhole her. Let’s just call her a performer. The veteran performer is bringing her ...

Paramount Sets Stage To Pop The Question

January 10th, 2014
A sold-out crowd at The Paramount cheered on a Long Island couple who, thanks to a crafty future groom and the cooperation of the band, got engaged onstage midway through a concert. Christian Rosa popped the question to girlfriend ...

38 Special Blows ’Em Away

January 10th, 2014
One show and you’ll know… they got it right when they named 38 Special. The Southern rock band, performing for more than three decades, blows audiences away, and at each and every show, audience members are amazed by the ...

One Night, Two Icons

December 20th, 2013
The ’70s wouldn’t be the ’70s without Don McLean and Judy Collins. McLean’s eternal hit, “American Pie,” is virtually burned into the collective memories of generations of Americans. Everyone knows the lyrics of 1972’s biggest hit, practically down to ...

Avril Lavigne Knows Platinum

December 9th, 2013
Avril Lavigne knows platinum. Or should we say, platinum knows Avril Lavigne? The Canadian pop superstar emerged on the international stage a little more than 10 years ago with the release of her 6x-platinum album “Let Go.” The follow-up ...

The Voice Of The Doobies

November 22nd, 2013
The first time he heard his voice on the radio, Michael McDonald was just 16 years old. A small R&B station in his hometown St. Louis played his cover of a Burt Bacharach song, “Always Something There to Remind ...

Rock ’n Roll’s Bearded Dynasty

November 7th, 2013
The more things change, the more they stay the same. That’s ZZ Top in a nutshell. Few bands have their longevity. Whole musical genres have come and gone since the band first hit the big time in the early ...

Think You Can Dance?

October 31st, 2013
So you think you can dance? Mia Michaels will be the judge of that. The good news is that first, she’ll teach you how to dance. Michaels, who is best known as a judge on Fox TV’s “So You ...

A Bronx Tale: One Man, 18 Roles

October 24th, 2013
Talk about an actor “owning” a role… Chazz Palminteri gives new meaning to the phrase. Bronx-born Palminteri, a character actor with more than 50 movies to his credit, is well known for his tough-guy portrayals in numerous films and ...