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Dick Clark, the youthful-looking television personality who literally introduced rock 'n' roll to much of the nation on "American Bandstand" and for four decades was the first and last voice many Americans heard each year with his New Year's Eve...
The idea was simple — but groundbreaking: Create a live showcase for black music, modeled on "American Bandstand." Don Cornelius pulled $400 from his own pocket to launch the dance show on a local Chicago TV station in 1970. As host and executive...
Show TrackerDick Clark was a near-constant presence on TV from his national debut on "American Bandstand" in the late 1950s until his final "New Year's Rockin' Eve" special in 2011. Dick Clark hosted game shows, talk shows and even popped up on his own award shows......
Pop & Hiss'The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet' TV series helped open the door for Dick Clark and 'American Bandstand.' Young Ricky Nelson helped make the then-controversial rock music seem safe to millions of teens and their parents....
The Brentwood home of Esa-Pekka Salonen, former music director of the L.A. Philharmonic, has come on the market at $4.1 million. Designed by architect Ted Tanaka, the six-bedroom, 5 1/2 -bathroom house has 4,695 square feet of living space. Tanaka's...
Show TrackerClick here to download TV listings for the week of Dec. 27 - Jan. 2, in PDF format This week's TV Movies AULD ACQUAINTANCE: Carmen Electra hosts 'Billboard's New Year's Eve Live,' at 11 p.m. on Fox. SERIES 30 Rock:......
One in a series of occasional articles The Troubadour, awash on a recent night in indigo light and chiming guitars, doesn't look all that different than it did in the 1970s, when music history plugged in to the club's stage amps and earned the tiny...
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Dick Clark, the ever-youthful television host and tireless entrepreneur who helped bring rock 'n' roll into the mainstream on "American Bandstand," and later produced and hosted a vast range of programming from game shows to the...
Broadcast icon Dick Clark, the longtime host of the influential "American Bandstand," has died, publicist Paul Shefrin said. He was 82. Clark suffered a heart attack while at St. John's Hospital in Santa Monica for an outpatient procedure, his...
The Baltimore SunDick Clark, who died Wednesday at the age of 82, is rightfully being hailed as a pioneer of popular culture. And that's fair enough. In the 1950s, '60s and '70s, the reach of his daily"American Bandstand"show and his myriad prime-time special productions...
Los Angeles (CNN) -- Dick Clark, the music impresario and host of"American Bandstand" who died this week, has been cremated, his representative said Friday. "He has been cremated, but no other plans have been finalized," Clark publicist Paul Shefrin told...
CNNThe most influential show in the history of television never finished a season among the 20 most popular programs in the Nielsen ratings. In its most popular season, "Hill Street Blues," which ran from 1981 to 1987, came in 21st place. And yet, according...
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