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Frank Brancaccio (pictured, via this interview ) and Eddie Kelly (pictured below, from this interview ), two gay former American Bandstand dancers tell the National Enquirer that late host Dick Clark had his producers conduct "witch hunts" to "purge
The weekly dance and music show "Soul Train" had it all over its 37-year run, launching the careers of countless black artists and proving that America was indeed ready for a show that wasn't "American Bandstand." Thanks largely to Cornelius'
American Bandstand Top 10 had little in common with other surveys Posted November 21, 2013 at 5 p.m. As a kid in the '50s, I never once saw any of the trade magazines that ranked the current hits. There were no issues of Billboard, Cash Box, Variety
Stories Whether it's movies, politics, the environment or fashion, it's all been touched by the sounds of Motown. The sound came out of Detroit, the motor town, known then for its many automobile factories. Infectious beats, a distinctive sound and
DeMille Award and Lily Costner was selected as Miss Golden Globe on November 17, 2003 in Beverly Hills, California...Brown/Getty Images Photo URL: To: From: Add a brief message (optional): For Full Access: or USA Today Wed Jun 5, 2013 1:29 PM Dick
We must make a city to be proud of Posted May 26, 2013 at 12:01 a.m. Rich Davis, Evansville My dad was a Depression-era teenager who worked in FDR's Civilian Conservation Corps (sending badly needed money back home), served overseas during World War
On the anniversary of the broadcasting legend's passing, THR contributor and Billboard chart expert Fred Bronson reflects on his former boss, longtime supporter and loyal friend...Well, exact might be too exact a word, since I was somewhere in the
The Library of Congress announced the new selections on Thursday (March 21). They include commercial recordings of every music genre, as well as radio broadcasts, news and documentary recordings...Among them: Betty Carter's 1980 album The Audience
The Supremes and the Politics of Image Posted: 02/21/2013 2:26 pm Follow share this story The meteoric rise of The Supremes in the 1960s can be best measured in the context of singular tragic events in American history: When President John F.
10 pm Follow share this story I'm a country music fan. I grew up in one of the most urban cities in America and I love songs about men who drive trucks and spit tobacco. Living in New York City and being a country music fan is tough though.