The eyes had it. Or at least in one of the later photographs of Richard Rodgers, you could see the sadness . . . the losses. Rodgers and Hammerstein changed the face of Broadway. Their successes were phenomenal and although they wrote in the 1940s and 1950s, their work is still performed today on Broadway and in Road Shows around ... Read More »
Movies Broadway Singers and Beyond
If you like movie soundtracks, Broadway showstoppers and love songs, singers like Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Barbra Streisand, Johnny Mathis, Sammy Davis Jr. and hundreds more, then we’re the Internet radio station for you.
If you like big bands, New Age, light Jazz and light rock, then we can please you, too.
My name is Sherry and over the course of my lifetime, I’ve managed to acquire more than 14,000 favorite pieces of music. It has always been my dream to be able to share this music with people who love it as much as I do. Enjoy.
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For those of you who are fans of Errol Flynn please check out our new Captain Blood movie review by Brandy Isadora on our sister website, Femmes Fatales and Fantasies Movie Poster Museum. I have been a fan of Errol’s since childhood. To me, he was the greatest swashbuckler of all time. When we opened our movie poster museum we collected ... Read More »
I once said that I love Johnny Mathis but that it was ok because my husband loved him too. The greatest thrill in my life, when I was a teenager, was to go to the Latin Casino in New Jersey and see Johnny perform live and I did this many times. I thought I had heard every Johnny song and ... Read More »
When I want a piece of music, I will search high and low for it. Tapes, albums, whatever I can find. Several years back, I saw a movie called Strangers When We Meet. It was made in 1960 and I don’t believe it was a favorite of either star, Kim Novak and Kirk Douglas. Today it would be called a ... Read More »
When I was very young I saw the movie, Tom Jones, which introduced the world to a young Albert Finney. I was too young to understand all of the movie’s nuances but I sure developed a crush on Albert Finney and I absolutely loved the music. As an adult I searched for the soundtrack. At some point I was made ... Read More »
Movies Broadway Singers and Beyond is issuing you an Invitation to join us on another Star Trek with the First Knight. We will be traveling with the Raiders of The Lost Ark on The Sugarland Express and The Balloon ride borrowed from The Witches of Eastwick. On our journey we’ll try to avoid Jaws and The Swarm. But we will ... Read More »
Lately I have been listening to a lot of movie soundtracks, so I decided to share these with you. On Friday, February 17, 2017 at 12:00 pm Eastern Time and 9:00 am Pacific Time, Movies Broadway Singers and Beyond is going Back to the Future to Space Camp. On our way, we’ll meet The Beastmaster, Batman, and Superman. We will ... Read More »
At least they are on Movies Broadway Singers and Beyond. It’s hard to picture Carly Simon as part of “the good old days”. On this station I play people like Frank Sinatra, Carmen McRae, and others who were part of the generation before mine, but Carly Simon is part of my generation and now she is at a time in ... Read More »
Witches, goblins and Jack-o’-lanterns bright! On October 31st, Movies Broadway Singers and Beyond will pay tribute to Halloween! Monday, October 31st 1pm Eastern / 10am Pacific Time & 9pm Eastern / 6pm Pacific Time We will play some movie soundtracks that are definitely scary and we will play a lot of music from the extraordinary engineer, song writer, musician and ... Read More »
When I was a child, I listened to some of the most wonderful music. My mother played music all day long. . . all night long. Day and night I would listen to Frank Sinatra, Johnny Mathis, Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan and hundreds of others. These others are not to be taken lightly and some had the most beautiful voices ... Read More »