Your Search Returned 207 tagged news reports
Sonny Fortune Published: 2013-05-19 All About Jazz is celebrating Sonny Fortune's birthday today! When critics speak of Sonny Fortune, names like Coltrane, Cannonball, Young, Bechet, Hawkins and Parker are mentioned.
Among the finalists praising the departing judge on the season 12 finale red carpet: season six's Blake Lewis and Chris Richardson, season nine's Lee DeWyze and season 11's Jessica Sanchez. A common refrain at the American Idol season 12 finale? "It'
Taylor was out in L.A. on Friday when our photog asked the season five winner the only interesting thing left to ask about "Idol" .....Randy Jackson -- the last remaining original judge -- made his exit after the season finale, and it's been reported
2013-05-17 It's About Time may be the Verve Jazz Ensemble's debut album, but the reception that these five players have received since its March release is as impressive as that awarded to the most seasoned jazz groups. Within weeks of being released
When it comes to Dancing with the Stars , fans know what to expect, and that's not a bad thing. The ballroom-dance competition reality show will have glitter, spandex, spray tans and Drama with a capital D as the show's professional dancers whip a
Chris Richardson may have come to national attention thanks to American Idol , but there's a lot more to the singer-songwriter than just a fifth-place finish on a reality TV show. I feel like I've gotten past that show, and [I'm] being introduced as
ET Should 'American Idol' lose the results show, too? by Annie Barrett Image Credit: Michael Becker / FOX Since everything is on the table regarding the future of American Idol anyway, one of the first things Fox should do is follow Dancing With the
But in even bigger news for the dance competition, next season the show will be downsized to just one night each week in a two hour block, a move host Tom Bergeron doesn't consider a bad thing. I'm a glass half full kind of guy," says Tom. "I get the
Rodriguez/Getty The cast of ABC's "Happy Endings" didn't get one after all. It's that time of year when struggling TV shows are put on their networks' chopping blocks during the upfront presentations in New York City. This year, a surprising number
Food for the Epicurean Cinephile Stephanie Diani for The New York Times Natasha Subramaniam, far left, and Alisa Lapidus, at work on their new stop-motion movie about a dessert. For four hours, the filmmakers Natasha Subramaniam and Alisa Lapidus