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Music Review: Perry Beekman – “So In Love”

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Perry Beekman sings Cole Porter as the composer meant his songs to be sung. It's a debut album long overdue. Read More »

Music Review: Sandra Marlowe – True Blue

The debut album from the West Coast jazz singer is a set that emphasizes the singer's versatility as she works her magic with a lyric. Read More »

Theatre Review (Downey, CA): Cole Featuring Songs by Cole Porter at the Downey Civic Light Opera

This musical revue outlines the music and life of Cole Porter and features over 50 songs and a skilled cast of 35. Read More »

Music Review: Liz Childs Quartet – Take Flight

Liz Childs fronts her quartet with seventeen jazz vocals Read More »

Book Review: Vocal Complete: Female Voice Jazz Standards by Alfred Publishing

Be a star at your next audition with Vocal Complete: Female Voice Jazz Standards. Read More »

Theatre West Honors the Late Betty Garrett with Cole Porter’s Something for the Boys

A benefit in honor of the late Betty Garrett presented Something for the Boys, the star's first Broadway musical. Read More »

Music Review: Frank Sinatra – Ring-a-Ding-Ding

Frank Sinatra's up-tempo debut album for his new label has been reissued on its 50th anniversary. Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): Kiss Me Kate by Spewack and Porter at the Freud Playhouse

The audience were struck by the great score, the witty dialogue, and Porter’s ingenious pairing of musical comedy and Shakespeare. Read More »

Book Review: Anything Goes Songbook by Cole Porter

To celebrate the opening of the revival of the beloved musical, Alfred publishes a new songbook, Anything Goes (2011 Revival Edition). Read More »

Blu-ray Review: De-Lovely

Parts of it are delicious, other parts are delightful, and some of it is de-lovely, but it never really all comes together. Read More »