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50 Years Ago Today – Remembering The Beatles First Appearance on ‘The Ed Sullivan Show’

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What happened to The Beatles is nothing short of extraordinary. They went from those first fledling moments on a cold Sunday night in February 1964 to a juggernaut that literally rocked the world. Read More »

Music Review: Richard Lanham – Thou Swell

Richard Lanham's Thou Swell features classic tunes sung with style. Read More »

DVD Review: Christmas with Danny Kaye

Christmas with Danny Kaye make for a nice, nostalgic holiday treat, a nice reminder of how versatile and entertaining a performer Kaye was. Read More »

Music Review: Cynthia Felton – Freedom Jazz Dance

Dynamic songstress reinvigorates jazz standards. Read More »

John Lennon’s “Happy Christmas/War Is Over” – Sung by Angels on New Year’s Day

The most important thing we can do for our children is to make certain those words can become a reality. Read More »

Winter Holiday Fireside Moments Interview with QVC Model, Sheila Alasha

Snow families, sledding and Nat King Cole make Sheila's Christmas beautiful. Read More »

Music Review: New Latin Quarter Presents The Jazz & Blues Collection Volume I

Basin Street is the street where the elite always meet -- but not in Japan. It's the New Latin Quarter! Read More »

Music Review: Nat King Cole – The Christmas Song

Nat King Cole's timeless Christmas album perfectly captures the joyful holiday spirit. Read More »

Music Review: Sachal Vasandani – We Move

Jazz vocalist Sachal Vasandani and his trio have released a classic jazz record. Read More »