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Associated PressSinger Johnny Maestro, who performed the 1958 doo-wop hit "16 Candles" with The Crests and enjoyed a decades-long career with The Brooklyn Bridge, has died of cancer. He was 70. Les Cauchi, a friend and original Brooklyn Bridge member, said Maestro --...
COSTA MESA — With only five days left till the end of the 2010 Orange County Fair, you might take time out to get to know that wandering four-man a cappella group that's been singing some of the classics like "The Way You Make Me Feel," "Stand By...
Tags: Sam Cooke, Hair and Nails, Entertainment, Judy Garland, Music
Tribune arts reporterGiven the theater's taste for lively, accessible musicals and its warm, informal style of presentation, there's long been an exuberant atmosphere at the Black Ensemble Theater. At the last preview performance of "Doo Wop Shoo Bop," a reprise production of...
Tags: Music Theater, Theater, Entertainment
Sun StaffEND Driving into Wildwood, N.J., I had a haunting I-know-this-place feeling, remembering beach vacations of the 1960s. With tiki torches and exotic neon names such as Kona Kai and Hi Lili glowing against the night sky, it's as if Frankie and Annette never...
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