Feb. 08, 2014 at 8:13pm | By Punch Shaw |Permalink
The Sears Silvertone television glowed with indistinct grays, whites and blacks as the hunched little man in a stockbroker’s suit announced in his oddly clipped cadence, “Ladies and gentlemen,” then, swinging around stiffly toward stage left, “The Beatles!”
Feb. 06, 2014 at 3:01pm | By Robert Philpot |Permalink
PBS/Sesame Street screen grab
Pentatonix, the a cappella group founded by Arlington Martin High grads Mitch Grassi, Scott Hoying and Kirstie Maldonado, won The Sing-Off, has a couple of hit albums, gets millions of YouTube views and just returned from a European tour.
Feb. 05, 2014 at 3:49pm | By Preston Jones |Permalink
“This is gonna be one for your speakers,” intones Porsche Smith at the beginning of Jonah, one of several stand-out tracks on her new (and aptly titled) record, Superhuman. (Although it was original...
AKRON, Ohio —
Back in 1975, two young singers auditioned for a staging of Jesus Christ Superstar in Sydney. The two chorus singers and understudies, Russell Hitchcock and Graham Russell, shared a name, the birth month of June and a deep love for the Beatles and music.