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Why Ric Ocasek Was the Ultimate New Wave Voice

Why Ric Ocasek Was the Ultimate New Wave Voice
Ric Ocasek was one of the all-time great American songwriters: the spirit of Buddy Holly in the body and mind of Mr. Spock, a new wave eccentric who always wanted to brush your rock & roll hair. That’s why the world is in mourning at the news of his death yesterday, at the age of 75. With the Cars, the Boston legend scored hit after hit, yet he also wrote vulnerable ballads about teen angst with his own distinctive blend of compassion and humor, plus his authentic geek-gulp of a voice.
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Elvis Costello, Delbert McClinton to Receive Americana Lifetime Achievement Awards

Elvis Costello, Delbert McClinton to Receive Americana Lifetime Achievement Awards
English singer-songwriter Elvis Costello and blues-rocker Delbert McClinton are among the diverse group of artists who will receive Lifetime Achievement Awards at the 18th annual Americana Honors and Awards. The show will be held at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium on September 11th.

Costello will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award for Songwriting, with a wide-ranging catalog of lyrically rich songs that span everything from punk and new wave to country and soul. The 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award winner for Performance is McClinton, whose more than 50 years of experience in music includes playing
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Emmy spotlight: Hats off to Sam Rockwell in ‘Fosse/Verdon,’ who had big shoes to fill as showbiz whiz Bob Fosse

Emmy spotlight: Hats off to Sam Rockwell in ‘Fosse/Verdon,’ who had big shoes to fill as showbiz whiz Bob Fosse
As Gwen Verdon, a four-time Tony winner who never got full credit for her invaluable contributions to her emotionally-stunted husband’s fabulous career, Michelle Williams digs deep and vividly exposes the truth in FX’s “Fosse/Verdon.” While the limited series doesn’t ignore the fact that the supremely talented singer/dancer was no saint herself, it makes it crystal clear that Verdon greatly influenced — and not just benefitted from — her ongoing partnership with Bob Fosse, a choreographer extraordinaire who won a record eight Tonys (plus one for helming “Pippin”) and collected an Oscar for his 1972 big-screen version of the musical “Cabaret.”

But as terrific as Williams is – she deserves an Emmy just for her half-tipsy, nakedly honest rendition of the song “Where am I Going?” from the Broadway musical “Sweet Charity” – her co-star, Sam Rockwell, has a even more difficult job of making viewers care about Fosse. Let’s just
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Ray Charles and Country’s Color Barrier

Ray Charles and Country’s Color Barrier
In early 1963, when incoming Alabama governor George Wallace delivered his infamous “segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever” speech, the Number One record on the nation’s R&B chart, as well as a recent Top Ten hit on pop radio, was “You Are My Sunshine” by Ray Charles. That country standard was already well-known to generations of pop fans, thanks to sunny, sing-a-long recordings by Gene Autry, Bing Crosby and others. But Charles’ version was something else. A fierce and danceable duet with Raelette Margie Hendrix, Charles’ “You Are My
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Exclusive Interview – Amber Benson discusses the upcoming House of Demons, Buffy & more

After looking at Amber Benson’s resume one can’t help but be impressed. She is a writer, director and actress with roles in The Crush, Steven Soderbergh’s King of the Kill, Bye Bye Love alongside Matthew Modine and Imaginary Crimes in which she costarred with Harvey Keitel and Elisabeth Moss to name a few. She has also reached cult status playing Tara Maclay, Alyson Hannigan’s love interest on Buffy the Vampire Slayer which became a staple for teens in the late 90s and early 2000s. Her most recent project is Patrick Meaney’s horror/fantasy House of Demons, being released by Smith Global Media on February 6th. We decided to speak with Amber about Buffy, House of Demons and much more in this exclusive interview.

Your latest film is the horror/fantasy House of Demons. How did you become involved with this production?

I actually met our director,
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If Danny Masterson is Guilty, Please Lock this Guy Up

I never liked Danny Masterson. All the way back to his days when he was in the movie “Bye Bye Love” as the guy who says “Party Party!” I never got a good vibe from him. I never liked him on “That 70s Show.” He was the only character I didn’t find funny. While he’s not quite the same guy as Johnny Galecki I used to get the two confused. Anyway, that’s besides the point. I just didn’t like his gruff character. I never felt he brought anything to the table. What does this have to do with Danny Masterson

If Danny Masterson is Guilty, Please Lock this Guy Up
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The Voice Predictions: Who's Most Likely to Win Season 11?

The Voice Predictions: Who's Most Likely to Win Season 11?
It’s been a long time between drinks for Blake Shelton — at least if we’re talking about the last time The Voice‘s winning-est coach saw one of his artists take home first prize. Indeed, you’d have to go back to Craig Wayne Boyd’s victory in Season 7 — almost two years ago — for that particular milestone.

RelatedThe Voice Season 11 Performance Finale Recap: The Sundance Also Rises

That might all change during tonight’s season finale (8/7c on NBC), as Blake’s last remaining artist, Sundance Head, holds the advantage on the iTunes charts following Monday’s performance finale.
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Exclusive: 'The Voice' Finalists Dish On Nerves and Finale Performances With John Legend and Kelly Clarkson

Exclusive: 'The Voice' Finalists Dish On Nerves and Finale Performances With John Legend and Kelly Clarkson
As the first night of The Voice's two-part season 11 finale ended on Monday, the final four contestants were feeling pretty good about their performances and looking forward to the show's grand finale.

Et's Sophie Schillaci caught up with Josh Gallagher, Billy Gilman, We McDonald and Sundance Head for a Facebook Live interview after their big night, and the singers each opened up about their nerves going into Monday's show, and how they're feeling heading into the season's final night.

"To be honest with you, [there were] no nerves," Gallagher said of his performances on Monday, where he sang John Mellencamp's 1982 classic "Jack & Diane," a duet of Santana's "Smooth" with his coach, Adam Levine, and an original song, "Pick Any Small Town."

"I look at it this way. Tonight was another competition night, but it wasn't a competition because there's nothing after this. There's no more rounds, there's nothing you have to make it through," the Voice hopeful
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The Voice Season 11 Performance Finale Recap: The Sundance Also Rises

The Voice Season 11 Performance Finale Recap: The Sundance Also Rises
Is it prudent/advisable/sane to rhyme “Don’t Cry for Me Argentina” with “Don’t Cry for Adam Levine-uh?”

RelatedGolden Globes 2017: 20 Biggest Snubs — Lauren Graham, the Men of This Is Us, Tatiana, Sam Heughan and More

No, nope and definitely nyet, but I sure hope you’ll allow — or at least not condemn — my co-opting of an Andrew Lloyd Webber lyric as I recap The Voice‘s Season 11 performance finale.

Because while it’s my best guess that the Maroon 5 front-man’s remaining team members will bring up the rear of Tuesday’s season finale (8/7c
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Strictly Come Dancing: week nine – as it happened

It’s Blackpool time! From the Judge Rinder salsa to Spice Up Your Life and the Ed Balls jive to Great Balls of Fire, we followed every second of this year’s Strictly seaside special

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So that’s It for Blackpool Week! It’s been emotional, but I’ll be glad to get back to studio normality next week. Also it’s the last week before the move to two dances each week, so it’s a super-short show, which my fingers are always thankful for. Many thanks for joining in and being amazing as usual, do feel free to come and say hello on Twitter @heidistephens if you’re passing. Otherwise I’ll see you next week! Hx

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Greg gets all weepy about his amazing experience, and Natalie starts sniffling too. Bit dusty in here.

They dance their final dance to Bye Bye Love by The Everly Brothers.
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10 years ago today: ‘Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby’ opened in theaters

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10 years ago today: ‘Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby’ opened in theaters
One decade ago today, we first learned the story of American hero Ricky Bobby. Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby opened in theaters 10 years ago today. Audiences came out in droves that weekend for the comedy starring Will Ferrell as a winning-obsessed Nascar driver. Behind The Lego Movie, Talladega Nights remains Ferrell’s second largest movie opening. The movie reunited Ferrell with his Anchorman director Adam McKay. The two of them, along with John C. Reilly (who plays Ricky Bobby’s teammate Cal Naughton Jr. in Talladega Nights) would soon team up again for Step Brothers. Other notable August 4 happenings in pop culture history: • 1942: Bing Crosby-Fred Astaire film Holiday Inn premiered in New York. Crosby song “White Christmas” is featured in the movie musical. • 1957: The Everly Brothers made their second appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show. They introduced their upcoming single, “Wake Up Little Susie
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Phil Everly's Family Recall His Humble Life and Final Days

Phil Everly's Family Recall His Humble Life and Final Days
Before his death Friday at age 74 from complications due to Copd, Phil Everly was recording music, focusing on his family and was humble about the Everly Brothers' legacy as rock and country legends, his widow and son tell People. Phil had three homes: one close to family in Burbank, one near his roots in Nashville, and a summer beach house in Alabama, says his son, Jason Everly, 47. Phil was "the best harmony singer that's ever lived," Jason says, and part of a duo, with brother Don, that laid the foundation of rock music. Jason says his dad loved sharing stories
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Phil Everly, Half Of Everly Brothers Duo, Dies At 74

Phil Everly, one half of the famed Everly Brothers duo, died on Friday at a Burbank, Calif., hospital. He was 74.

Phil Everly Dies

Everly’s death was confirmed by Providence St. Joseph Medical Center spokesperson Patricia Aidem. He passed away from complications from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, his wife, Patti Everly, told The Los Angeles Times.

Phil Everly and his surviving brother Don Everly, 76, hit the height of their career during the 50 and 60s, battling the likes of Elvis Presley and Pat Boone in record sales. Over the course of their career, they recorded an impressive total of 35 Top 100 songs. Among their biggest hits were "Bye Bye Love," "Wake Up Little Susie," "When Will I Be Loved" and "All I Have to Do Is Dream."

With Phil’s higher voice and Don’s lower tone, the Everly Brothers offered a unique sound that blended a number of different genres, including folk,
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Phil Everly obituary

Half of the brilliant duo that transformed 1950s pop music

With his older brother Don, Phil Everly, who has died of pulmonary disease aged 74, formed one of pop music's greatest vocal partnerships. If it was Elvis Presley who became the most spectacular icon of 1950s rock'n'roll, the Everly Brothers created a musical legacy which was every bit as influential. Their unique vocal harmonies, coupled with ingenious guitar arrangements and timeless material, had a revolutionary impact on the Beatles, the Hollies, Simon & Garfunkel, the Beach Boys, the Byrds and Crosby Stills & Nash.

The Everly Brothers' breakthrough hit was Bye Bye Love (1957), still regarded as one of their most impressive creations. Up to that point, Don and Phil had been chipping away at the country music scene in Nashville, Tennessee, with limited success. Bye Bye Love topped the country charts, but more significantly soared to No 2 on the pop charts, just
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Et First: Bono Remembers Phil Everly

Et First: Bono Remembers Phil Everly
Before his passing last week, Phil Everly of The Everly Brothers influenced many musicians, from Elvis Presley to The Beatles. U2's Bono revealed the impact that Everly made on his life in speaking with Et on the red carpet of the Palm Springs International Film Festival.

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"You can't avoid those harmonies, if you're a musician," said Bono, who received the festival's Sonny Bono Visionary Award along with his band U2. "One of my prized possessions is an Everly guitar -- beautiful guitar made by Gibson."

Everly died on Friday following complications from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. He was 74.

The late musician and his brother Don formed one of the most influential vocal duos of the 20th century with hits such as Wake Up Little Susie, Bye Bye Love, Cathy's Clown, When Will I Be Loved and All I Have to Do is Dream.
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Phil Everly Dead at 74

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Phil Everly Dead at 74
Phil Everly, the younger half of the Everly Brothers, died in Burbank, California on Friday. His wife, Patti, told the Los Angeles Times that the cause was chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. During the late '50s and early '60s, Phil and his older brother, Don, produced dozens of hits, including "Wake Up Little Susie," "Bye Bye Love," "Cathy’s Clown," "All I Have to Do Is Dream" and "When Will I Be Loved?," most of which you have probably heard, even if you don't realize it. Their harmonies were cited as influences by the Beatles, Linda Ronstadt, Simon and Garfunkel, and, later Green Day and Bonnie "Prince" Billie, among many, many others. The duo broke up onstage in 1973 and reunited ten years later, making two more albums before becoming mostly estranged again. Phil is the one on the left in this video of them performing "All I Have to
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Phil Everly: One Half Of Legendary Duo, The Everly Brothers, Dies At 74

So sad. One half of the iconic sibling singing band, the Everly Brothers, passed away in a hospital in Burbank, Calif. on Jan. 3. He was 74 years old.

Phil Everly, who took the recording industry by storm in the late 1950s and 1960s along with his brother Don, has sadly died at the age of 74. A spokesperson at Providence St. Joseph Medical Center in Burbank, Calif. confirmed the groundbreaking singer’s death on Jan. 3.

Phil Everly Dies At 74

The spokesperson was unable however to confirm the cause of Phil’s death or any additional details, at the request of the Everly family.

As the Everly Brothers, Phil and Don were a smooth-sounding, record-breaking duo. Over the course of their career, they landed 35 Top 100 hits — more than any other singing duo — including iconic songs like “Bye Bye Love,” “Wake Up Little Susie,” and “All I Have To Do Is Dream.” Their hybrid
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Phil Everly dies at 74

Phil Everly dies at 74
Los Angeles, Jan 4: Musician Phil Everly passed away Friday in Burbank, a city in Los Angeles. He was 74.

Everly was suffering from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, a lung disease, reports

"We are absolutely heartbroken," Los Angeles Times quoted his wife Patti as saying.

Everly was the younger of the duo The Everly Brothers. He and brother Don had a string of hits in the 1950s and 1960s like "Wake up little Susie", "Bye bye love" and "All I have to do is dream".

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Phil Everly Dead -- 'Everly Brothers' Member Dies At 74

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Phil Everly ... who comprised half of one of the most successful duos in music history -- The Everly Brothers -- died today.  Phil and Don Everly had an enormous influence on John Lennon and Paul McCartney ... and The Beatles weren't alone.  The Beach Boys, Simon and Garfunkle, The Byrds and countless other singers seized on the amazing harmony of the duo.Among their hits -- "Bye Bye Love," "When Will I Be Loved" and "All
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Phil Everly of the Everly Brothers Dead at 74: Here Are 5 of the Duo's Essential Hits

The Everly Brothers' harmonies are for the ages now. Phil Everly, the younger member of the fraternal duo whose sweet sound and steel-string guitar playing influenced acts ranging from The Beatles to Simon & Garfunkel, died on Friday in Burbank, Calif. He was 74. Wife Patti Everly told the Los Angeles Times that her husband, a life-long cigarette smoker, had suffered from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. "We are absolutely heartbroken," she said. "He fought long and hard." Phil and brother Don were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's first class in 1986, their repertoire boasting dozens of Top 100 hits, including "Bye Bye Love," "Wake Up...
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