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That Certain Feeling

Certain Feeling paradise

My collection of music is large . . .  very large.  Every now and then I listen to a song that I haven’t heard in some time and I get that certain feeling.  I’m in paradise again.  I can forget everyday problems.  I am transported.  Sometimes I haven’t heard that song in many months and all of a sudden it ... Read More »

Who Knew They Could Sing! Dr. Jackpot Jackson & “Luke” Duke

Brian Stokes Mitchell

Many years ago, I watched Trapper John with Pernell Roberts.  There was a wonderful young actor on the show who played Dr. Jackpot Jackson.  He was a charismatic actor and really added to the personality of the show.  Many years later, I was in New York in the audience of a Broadway play called Ragtime. Lo and behold . . ... Read More »

Birds Of A Feather

Jason Gould

What do Liza Minnelli, Jack Jones and Natalie Cole all have in common? They are great singers and they are also off-spring of equally talented singers. . . Judy Garland, Allan Jones and Nat King Cole. Now we can add another name to this illustrious group . . . Jason Gould. Jason is the son of Barbra Streisand and Elliot ... Read More »

From Moonlight & Honeysuckle to Bus Stop – (The) Twentieth Century

Bus Stop movie poster featured

My passion for movie soundtracks and Broadway songs began when I was a very young child.  It is a passion that has lasted a life time.  It makes me so happy to be able to share this music with those who love it as much as I do. I also began collecting movie memorabilia when I was very young.  Oh, ... Read More »

Soundtracks That Really Score (I’m sorry there isn’t time for more)

The Wind and the Lion

As I put this show together, my greatest regret was that I only had two hours for the show.  Last night, in my art room, I listened to John Barry’s The Dove and I thought, I need to put that one on the show.  Then I remembered . . . that boat had already sailed. Some of my favorite music ... Read More »

First Born and Other Classic Soundtracks I Can’t Live Without

Hans Zimmer First Born

On Wednesday, April 9th, Friday, April 11th and Sunday, April 13th, Movies Broadway Singers and Beyond will salute Hans Zimmer’s soundtrack to the production of First Born, as well as many other magnificent  soundtracks.  I will play some Max Steiner, Alex North, Alfred Newman, Elmer Bernstein and many, many more. In response to a recent list of all-time best composers, ... Read More »

Thank You and Saturday Sunshine

Saturday Sunshine

I would like to thank all of our listeners from all over the world.  Thank you for sharing my passion for this music. When visiting our website click on either of the two “Listen Now” buttons to hear some of the most beautiful music in the world. I would also like to thank iTunes for adding us to their selection ... Read More »

Marvelous Marvin Hamlisch

Marvin Hamlisch

I have been a fan of Marvin . . .  well, forever.  I adore A Chorus Line, and I also sing the song Nothing all of the time and it has become a mantra for me. Marvin Hamlisch was born to create music.  He was a child prodigy and he entered Juilliard School Pre-College Division at the age 6!  He ... Read More »

Give My Regards To Broadway

Broadway 2

Broadway.  The lights, the energy, the anticipation. . . Broadway has always had a certain feel about it.  Some of the greatest creators and performers have contributed to this art form.  Many of my generation and later generations have experienced movies like The Sound of Music, South Pacific, and West Side Story on film, but these films and so many ... Read More »

A Tribute To Western Movie Soundtracks

John Wayne The Searchers

Some nights, all I listen to are movie soundtracks.  Some of the best soundtracks are from western films.  In my youth, there were over thirty western shows on television.  My favorite western character was Adam Cartwright from Bonanza.  My best friend’s favorite was Sugarfoot.  I could sing all of the theme songs.  My best friend learned the theme to Davey ... Read More »

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