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 »
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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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 »
I once said that I would go to the ends of the earth to find a piece of music that I wanted. Indeed, there have been many pieces of music for which I really had to search far and wide. Several years back, I saw a Johnny Mathis DVD which paid tribute to his 50 years in show business. He ... Read More »
Beautiful, melodic, passionate, powerful. These words describe the musical soundtracks to biblical movies. The stories deal with the most basic human emotions. . . . love, hate, greed and kindness. The music to movies like Ben Hur, Samson and Delilah, Demetrius and the Gladiators, The Robe, and the gorgeous The Ten Commandments, match the majesty of these films. Today at ... Read More »
Gigi is like a deliciously decorated cupcake. This musical romantic film was created by the genius team of Lerner and Loewe, creators of My Fair Lady, Camelot and Brigadoon. Alan Jay Lerner wrote the screenplay and the lyrics to the songs. When he first asked his partner, Frederick (Fritz) Loewe, to write the music, Fritz declined because he did not ... Read More »
Many of our listeners love movie soundtracks. I am often asked what my favorite soundtrack is and frankly, I’d be hard pressed to name just one. One of my favorite actors from the past was Errol Flynn. No one could play a pirate or Robin Hood as good as Flynn. Although he aspired to play serious, challenging dramatic roles, in ... Read More »
I remember being in the audience when overly enthusiastic female fans threw their underwear on the stage when Tom Jones performed. It wasn’t me. I’ve been with my husband for 46 years. The only place I’ve thrown my underwear is in the hamper. But I did see Tom Jones perform many times in concert. He was always an exciting performer ... Read More »
I’ve taken this title from a Betty Buckley disc where she sings the songs that have been written for men. And, she does a wonderful job. Through the years, there have been some wonderful male voices that have dominated the airwaves, the Broadway stage and the world of entertainment. I feel so blessed to be the age I am and ... Read More »
Thank you all for listening to our two new shows, Movies Broadway Singers And Beyond Pays Tribute To My Favorites, and The Ladies. In the next few weeks, we will debut two new shows for you. The first one will salute the male vocalists who have enthralled us with their wonderful voices. After that, we’re heading west, as we pay ... Read More »
How many of you remember hearing, or singing Heart and Soul? For me, it was like Chopsticks (the song). You sit at the piano and people just play the familiar tunes. Actually though, I love the song Heart and Soul and no one does it better than Bea Wain from the Big Band era. The female vocalists of the past ... Read More »