Rollins shadows him during the first couple verses, then breaks into another improv feature, showing off his signature brawny tone and impassioned flow, with a hint of wit (at one point he quotes a phrase from “Pop Goes the Weasel”). Rollins ratchets up the intensity even more during one final feature, before ending with a wild circular-breathed coda. When he’s done, Cohen breaks into applause. … [Read more...] about Flashback: Hal Willner Recruits Leonard Cohen, Sonny Rollins for Transfixing ‘Who by Fire’
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These celebs are taking full advantage of all this time at home and won't let quarantine stop them from staying fit ... from the garage to the backyard, these stars are transforming their time on lockdown into an opportunity to do some self-care! … [Read more...] about Stars Keep Fitness On Lockdown — Slay At Home!
Set to replace the couple's Sussex Royal brand, the not-for-profit organization's activities will include film and TV, according to paperwork filed in the U.S. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have outlined plans for a new charitable foundation called Archewell. … [Read more...] about Prince Harry, Meghan Markle to Launch Charity Foundation Called Archewell
In the wide-ranging interview, the executive said he was confident about Quibi’s foundations, saying it has sold 100% of its ad inventory for the next 12 months and, amid the global production slowdown, has enough content in the pipeline to take it up to Thanksgiving. … [Read more...] about Jeffrey Katzenberg Considered Delaying Quibi Launch Due To Coronavirus Pandemic
Though Lennon likely wasn’t aware of it, the billing featured some of the biggest stars of the Victorian age. Pablo Fanque, born William Darby, earned fame as a talented performer and the first black circus impresario in England, helming one of the country’s most popular shows for three decades. The headlining Mr. Kite was in fact William Kite, depicted on the poster playing a bugle while balancing his head on top of a pole, and Henderson – famous as a gifted tightrope walker, clown and acrobat – often performed an act with his wife, Agnes. It’s pure coincidence that these bygone celebrities, all long forgotten by 1967, wound up on the wall of a modern luminary. … [Read more...] about Beatles’ ‘Sgt. Pepper’ at 50: How an Old Circus Poster Led to ‘… Mr. Kite!’