Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis, Jr. – The 5th Dimension Belong in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
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Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis, Jr. – The 5th Dimension Belong in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis, Jr. The 5th Dimension Belong In the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame By Mark Mussari One day in the middle of Woodstock – the three-day musical extravaganza that defined a generation in the summer of 1969 – the massive crowd broke spontaneously into a rousing rendition of “Aquarius,” the seminal … Continue reading

Nikki Hahn – Stuck in Our Heads
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Nikki Hahn – Stuck in Our Heads

Nikki Hahn Stuck in Our Heads by Jay S. Jacobs Seventeen-year-old Nikki Hahn grew up in the public eye. She started modeling at three, acting at six and singing at about the same age. You’ve seen her in TV series like American Horror Story: Asylum (playing a young teen serial killer!), American Housewife, The Closer … Continue reading

Chelsea Cutler – Terminal 5 – New York, NY – March 3, 2020 (A PopEntertainment.com Concert Review)
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Chelsea Cutler – Terminal 5 – New York, NY – March 3, 2020 (A PopEntertainment.com Concert Review)

Chelsea Cutler – Terminal 5 – New York, NY – March 3, 2020 On a rainy night in upper Manhattan, Chelsea Cutler came out on a Tuesday with an energy only ever reserved for a Saturday night. Almost instantly, she connected with her sold out Terminal 5 crowd. Jumping right into “Are You Listening,” the … Continue reading

Jane Birkin – Cultural Icon / Singer / Actor / Writer Presents a One-Time Concert
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Jane Birkin – Cultural Icon / Singer / Actor / Writer Presents a One-Time Concert

Jane Birkin Cultural Icon / Singer / Actor / Writer Presents a One-Time Concert – Birkin Gainsbourg The Symphonic by Brad Balfour In the late-’60s, a French song, “Je t’aime, moi non plus,” came out and stirred both controversy and accolades as well as becoming an international pop hit – even getting considerable airplay in … Continue reading

Squeeze – The Grand Opera House – Wilmington, DE – February 22, 2020 (A PopEntertainment.com Concert Review)
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Squeeze – The Grand Opera House – Wilmington, DE – February 22, 2020 (A PopEntertainment.com Concert Review)

Squeeze – The Grand Opera House – Wilmington, DE – February 22, 2020 Squeeze touched down in Wilmington for only the second show of their “Songbook 2020” US Tour, but they already felt like a well-oiled machine. And what a songbook it is – Squeeze head honchos, singers and songwriters (and the only original members … Continue reading

Rex Orange County – The Fillmore – Philadelphia, PA – February 11, 2020 (A PopEntertainment.com Concert Review)
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Rex Orange County – The Fillmore – Philadelphia, PA – February 11, 2020 (A PopEntertainment.com Concert Review)

Rex Orange County – The Fillmore – Philadelphia, PA – February 11, 2020 Alexander O’Connor, a 21-year old English artist who is better known as Rex Orange County, took the stage on February 11 at The Fillmore in Philadelphia. Doors opened at 7pm, but the line was wrapped around the block, full of excited fans, … Continue reading

Chrissy Metz – Breakthrough Faithfully Makes Actress a Film Star and Garners Her an Oscar Nom for Its Featured Song
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Chrissy Metz – Breakthrough Faithfully Makes Actress a Film Star and Garners Her an Oscar Nom for Its Featured Song

Chrissy Metz Breakthrough Faithfully Makes Actress a Film Star and Garners Her an Oscar Nom for Its Featured Song by Brad Balfour It used to be that faith-based films were low-budget productions, cheaply made with cheesy storytelling and wooden acting – more about propagandizing than worthy narrative. Nowadays, they’re labelled as contemporary Christian and as … Continue reading

Gilbert O’Sullivan – It Wasn’t Out of the Question
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Gilbert O’Sullivan – It Wasn’t Out of the Question

Gilbert O’Sullivan It Wasn’t Out of the Question by Jay S. Jacobs For years, if American fans wanted to see 1970s sensation Gilbert O’Sullivan in concert, they would have to fly to Europe or Asia or something. You see, O’Sullivan, who was the best selling solo artist of 1972 – beating out the likes of … Continue reading

Mandy Patinkin – Verizon Hall at the Kimmel Center – Philadelphia, PA – October 30, 2019 (A PopEntertainment.com Concert Review)
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Mandy Patinkin – Verizon Hall at the Kimmel Center – Philadelphia, PA – October 30, 2019 (A PopEntertainment.com Concert Review)

Mandy Patinkin – Verizon Hall at the Kimmel Center – Philadelphia, PA – October 30, 2019 Mandy Patinkin has been working for so many years mostly as an actor that you sometimes forget what a sublime singer he can be. After all, before he became an accomplished actor on TV and the big screen – … Continue reading