The Manhattan Transfer – 35 Years and Still Swinging
Interviews / Jazz / Music / Pop Culture / Singers

The Manhattan Transfer – 35 Years and Still Swinging

The Manhattan Transfer 35 Years and Still Swinging By Mark Mussari Where in the musical landscape hasn’t the Manhattan Transfer taken us?  From their inception in the mid-1970s as a cabaret act with doo-wop tendencies to their be-bop covers to their daring experiments in jazz and swing, Cheryl Bentyne, Janis Siegel, Alan Paul and founder … Continue reading

Tom Wopat – State of Bliss
Actors / Classic Television / Concerts / Interviews / Pop Culture / Singers / Television / Theater

Tom Wopat – State of Bliss

TOM WOPAT STATE OF BLISS By Ronald Sklar Tom Wopat had the nerve to forge a solid show business career that boldly defied the odds. Born and raised among seven other siblings on a dairy farm in rural Wisconsin, he is now – you’ll never guess — a veteran Broadway actor and singer who has played … Continue reading