On a recent Sunday afternoon, loyal supporters of the Italian American Human Relations Foundation along with music aficionados gathered at the Triton College Auditorium (in River Grove, IL) to see a stellar concert featuring “The Chicago Experience” and Anthony Rago. Appearing first on stage was Irene Michaels, Chicago Ambassador of …
The Grammys is one of the most prestigious celebrations of outstanding achievements within the music industry. As the National Academy of Recording Arts and Science celebrates its 58th edition tonight, we’re taking a look back at the history of the ceremony and some of its past winners. The Grammys will be broadcast tonight on CBS.
This year marks the 100th birthday celebration of Francis Albert Sinatra, one of the greatest American singers in music history. Sinatra created art out of his music; he made pop music glamorous and played a pivotal role in empowering the masses with his engaging performances on stage and screen.
Ava Lavinia Gardner was born on December 24, 1922 to a large family in the farmlands of North Carolina.
Carol Connors is best known for her vocals on the The Teddy Bear’s single “To Know Him Is To Love Him,” which was written by Phil Spector to showcase Connor’s talent.