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The scholarship, established in memory of the late actor David Coleman Dukes, is awarded annually to a third-year Theater Arts student working toward a career in stage acting. Please consider voting Common Good! All readings take place at 8pm in the Spiegel Auditorium at 56 Brattle St. I apologize to those who keep asking to join my "network". The only network I belong to is the one that is in my overloaded memory!

More beach fun - love this shot! My beautiful daughter Annie, post-reading, with Mom! God who's a woman has spoken to me through my pal, Pope Frank. Hold onto your hats or whatever keeps your hair on your head! Justice is on the way!! Ora pro nobis, domina vobiscum. As you can see, I have been granted a halo through which I receive Messages from Her - telling me what the future is for the Orange Diabolical.

Dana Goodyear interviews Carol Muske-Dukes https: I'll be at the Saratoga Springs Writers Conference: Carol Muske-Dukes' 'Blue Rose' https: Can poetry both challenge and uplift?

Staff Pick, Paris Review! Happy holidays to all! I "toast" this happy time we all had for a few years, so long ago. Here's a long-ago nod from her - for my wedding day: May she rest in sweet peace! Protest and Precincts Everyone: Time to return to reading. So here is a link to a must-read article which brings us back to the actual earth on the subject of protests - from a longtime California precinct worker. She wanted me to let people know that she is alive, she barely made it out - but she is alive.

How could you not fall in love with that face? Photos by Dan Attanasio. Note from Carol August 14, Hi everyone - I've posted a lot of "please adopt this dog" pleas yesterday on FB - I hope someone will respond! Why don't we ever talk about how women are treated in Saudi Arabia? Take Your Host Out for a Meal, please! As most of you know, I've been no big fan of giving out personal information on FB or websites, but I'm making an exception here.

I've been in touch with so many of you, to let you know that I won't be making it to the City this weekend for what was to be a really eventful visit.

But I haven't been able to reach everyone. So - I'm not coming, due to a "health issue" which presented itself as I was close to boarding a NY flight on Friday - a wise Delta supervisor advised me not to fly.

I'm feeling better physically but feel terrible about having to cancel so many meetings and events in the City - and so many meetings or meals or late nights with you all. I've had to bow out of the "Resistance, etc. I hope you will all attend the powerhouse Resistance reading - a great line-up of contributing poets! For all the other cancellations - all I can say is: I'm coming back as soon as I can. In the meantime, here's another something I thought I'd never do: Some Say Some say it's High Noon in a big hat, shooting up the saloon.

Some say it's your Second Amendment, those stockpiles of ammo bought at a chain. Say the next-door kid living in screen games: Or it's gangs in torched neighborhoods, drugs running in the brain or a bead drawn on a clinic doctor, women in line next to a homeless vet begging. O America, shooting from the hip, from the last of the trees in a national park, your militia surrounded by SWAT. Say you're an upstanding patriot in an invented war - defending unborn lobbyists, a double- sided coin minted by the National Reprisal Association of the craven congressionals - saying it to history's final judge.

You, great god Gun, in whom some trust: O say it in Homeric chanted dactyls: Dickinson wrote it first, living god of Gun, you are "without the power to die". She died not long ago at 99, still reciting Great Poems by heart. The Edge of Identity: Popular vote loser Donald Trump says he'll announce pick to fill Supreme Court vacancy next week. Antonin Scalia's seat has sat vacant since February thanks to Republican intransigence.

Democrats must obstruct Trump's disaster nominee with equal resolve. Call Senator Kamala D. Harris at and Senator Dianne Feinstein at Tell them to oppose and filibuster any Supreme Court nominee. Hi, I'm say your name from say from where you're calling.

Donald Trump has promised to nominate right-wing extremists to the Supreme Court. They would be disastrous for civil liberties, civil rights, reproductive rights, protecting the environment and progress.

Can I count on you to publicly oppose and filibuster any Trump nominee? Once you've placed the call, please click here to tell us how it went. Please write a personalized letter to your Democratic senator s urging them to oppose and filibuster any Supreme Court nominee. William Pryor and Diane Sykes. Here are some of William Pryor's top hits: Labeled the Roe v. The Supreme Court he would sit on has ruled oppositely.

Diane Sykes, for her part, is even more conservative than Pryor: Sykes even claimed the group had not discriminated because it allowed membership of gays who vowed not to be engaged in sex. Supreme Court subsequently ruled the other way.

For anyone who cares about civil liberties, civil rights, reproductive rights, environmental protections, progress and basic human decency, these two -- or anyone that comes recommended by the far right -- would be disastrous. We don't yet know who the nominee will be but whoever Trump nominates will be positioned to shape U. Democrats need to fight every unqualified nominee that comes before them, with every tool they've got.

Tell them we need Democrats to do everything in their power to keep ultra-conservative extremists away from the Supreme Court. They would be disastrous for civil liberties, civil rights, reproductive rights, environmental protections and progress. There's a lot of talk about people NOT watching the inauguration.

The Grabber will be checking his ratings, and many may not know the way that the tv shows are rated. If you don't turn your tv on, his ratings will show higher because of the percentage of sets tuned in. So set up all your televisions to the geographic channel or cooking channel! Anything that is not covering the inauguration, basically! Please share this information!

Nothing, including an arcane, racist section of the constitution, can change the fact that 3 million more Americans voted for Hillary than for Trump. It's either a democracy or it isn't. If he had won by 3 million, I would sadly admit that Trump is the President the American people wanted. But that's not what happened.

He is not well and needs help. He has a number of serious mental disorders that make him unfit to hold office — and they are on display every day in one cringe-worthy tweet after another. He is a full-blown malignant narcissist.

He displays sociopathic tendencies. He will say one thing and 30 seconds later say the opposite. He is disconnected from the truth. And he has a stunning lack of human empathy. These behaviors make him a truly dangerous occupant of the Oval Office. The Russians interfered with the election in order to get him elected. Even Trump now admits as much. That alone makes the election tainted and should be voided.

We spend trillions on ridiculous weapons and ineffective police state-style homeland security measures to defend us against those who would "destroy our way of life" — but we are to remain silent when a foreign government is caught trying to get THEIR candidate elected as OUR president?

This is a joke of monstrous proportions — and the fact that conservatives, Republicans and patriotic good ol' boys are actively defending this foreign aggression into our country confirms to me what I've feared all along: They don't believe that, and I'd respect them so much more if they would just simply admit it.

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And it turned out the Trump was a little too late, for America was already more than quite great, not because of the sameness, the opposite's true, It's greatness far more than just red, white, and blue, It's straight, gay, and female—it's Gentile and Jew, It's Transgender and Christian and Atheist too.

It's Asians, Caucasians of every kind, The disabled and abled, the deaf and the blind, It's immigrants, Muslims, and brave refugees, It's Liberals with bleeding hearts fixed to their sleeves.

And we are all staying, we're staying right here, and we'll be the great bane of the Trump for four years. And we'll be twice as loud as the loudness of hate, be the greatness that makes our America great. And the Trump's loudest boasts they won't ever obscure, over two million more of us—voted for her.

Clinton is heading for a 2. Next came the Dylan Thomas Poetry Award, From the National Book Award citation: SPARROW's understated musicality, intelligent architecture, and naked honesty seduce and comfort, even as the poems guide us through the pain of death, the details of marital disquiet, and the grace of marital love. Whether she is employing classical or contemporary forms, Muske-Dukes is teaching us how to grieve and lament, all over again.

Her dazzle and virtuosity are one of a kind: That's as high as I know how to go. It makes the world new. Rarely do we encounter a perspective clear as glass, through which the characters look back at the narrator without mirror or microscope, false hierarchy or romanticizing.. We turn to poetry when we want to speak from the soul. A single fact to start: The men bought it in World Wars or regional wars or battles sanctioned by the State -- the women all died because they had female body parts!

The judge, by the way, was aware of the great risk to the young woman's life. The world was outraged by the YouTube beheadings of journalists by ISIS, but, folks, women are beheaded or stoned to death with appalling regularity in countries like Saudi Arabia. Just for "being women" -- or for acting on human desire, for having an opinion, for seeking to be educated. Sixteen-year-old Nobel Laureate Malala Yousafzai is shot in the head by the Taliban for standing up, in Pakistan, for the rights of young women to go to school.

You know the saying: The Taliban doesn't fear bombs or drones -- they fear a young woman with a book. From deadly gang-rapes in India, to rapes in the U. What will it take for our feminist leaders to speak out? What will it take for our politicians both parties to finally admit that this assault on every aspect of a woman's existence has gone far enough?

Who listens to poets? But since it seems to me that very few other women with some exceptions are pushing back against this ongoing and universal assault on our sex, I've yes! I intend to write more about this gender war. But for now, here is a poem about birth control.

When it is said that the tea party fundamentalists like all fundamentalists, in whatever religion are obsessed with "lady parts" -- and their critics charge that they are condemning us to the "dark ages" -- I offer this poem in response. If the "dark ages" are understood to be any century prior to the one in which we briefly live -- then surely, if we go back to 6th and 5th centuries, B. So effective and so wildly popular was this plant that a whole economy was built around it, and a currency -- a silver coin depicting a woman bowing to Silphium was as common as quarters are now.

The symbol of this "safe sex" plant or its seedpod, which resembled a woman's private parts became the shape of what we call the "heart," the romantic sign of love.

It's obvious that our heart muscle doesn't look like the Valentine cartoon that fuels are image of romance and affection. The Silphium plant, however, and its curvy "pod" was painted on signs in the ancient world advertising safe sex and gave us that symbol.

Which our ancestors were smart enough to know was necessary, fair and respectful of women. So next time you see a Valentine, think of birth control. That's where that sweet red symbol came from. The missing history of the heart is here Where the shape of Love originated - Double lobe of an ancient seedpod.

Senator, our universal symbol of Love, the heart, did not come from a pumping lump, but from this pharma sign in ancient doorways, on walls,. The good plant's ovary: Here is my sister, a talking vagina, re- Minding you that a woman's sex is not a draw- bridge, though girls can learn to crank a chain.

Would that it grew again, Senator, recultivated Centuries after it was harvested to extinction. Would that we could rocket back to that one. Shimmering patch of North African till-able. The only place on earth it consented to grow. Call up the cargo ships again, the winged vessels. Women waited in the world's harbors, they wait still. Not for "I want you", but for "I want you in small doses".

Paid for in coins from the temple of Silphium: But the smiley faces are frowning now: The drawbridge draws in. My sister, the talking vagina, remains silent. Obama's inauguration poet is a fresh burst of firsts "Cuban American Richard Blanco will not only be the first Latino poet to be so honored, but the first openly gay man to be selected as well.

To listen to this interview, go here. Visit both links to listen to the interviews. Visit Maria Shriver's website to find out. It was the featured poem for May 3, Los Angeles" is the poem of the day. The Women's Conference and California's First Lady Maria Shriver want to honor the importance of art, creativity and poetry in our lives. During April, they'll be sharing some of their favorite poems. You can also listen to a podcast of Carol reading this poem. A collaborative poem about America, from fifty-four of our best poets Crossing State Lines: An American Renga is a poetic relay race across the continent: This is a collaborative journey of impressions-from the election and inauguration of President Obama, through foreclosures, job losses, chords of country music, and bombs in Baghdad, to a poet-soldier's rifle-sight in Afghanistan.

The renga itself, in the ancient tradition of Japanese linked verse, provides the form of this historic conversation among the poets, as they meditate, within ten lines, on a moment in America. All proceeds from sales go to America: From left to right: Summer in East Hampton - dogwalks on beach with Mark Doty. Former Poet Laureate of California.

My Question to Evangelical Supporters of Trump -. Dana Goodyear interviews Carol Muske-Dukes. With my sis-in-law Kathy at her beach house with a few of our pups! San Francisco Chronicle - State Lines: Carol Muske-Dukes' 'Blue Rose'. Praise for Blue Rose. Read Tom Boyle's essay on the devastation in Montecito - unforgettable! Goodbye to a great lady! My little dog Coleman. The Culture of Male Silence: Driving Westward, in Golden State, Burning. Here is my author's photo for my new book of poems forthcoming, Penguin, April 3, - photo credit goes to my niece, Kelsey Anne Muske!

Note from Carol August 14, Jubilant Antarctic House Bear! Steve Scalise was against gun control - it's a tragic irony, but where are the voices now demanding it? Nice to be Called "Brilliant" - in this solid defense of the first-person essay Photo by Kelly Wise. New poetry from Jane Mead and Daniel Borzutzky examine death - in both human and national forms.

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A beautiful thank you from a dear friend - heavenly flowers! New York Times "T" Magazine: April 11th Deal of the Day for Saving St. Friends, don't make me beg. John Cleese on Fox News stupidity. Kuchera Muske Obituary Star Tribune. Annie celebrates her birthday with me on a fun run in Bend! Read All About It: It's a Way of Looking at the World!

Recent Reviews of New Poetry Books! Huffington Post Blog March 15, Mom Holding On at 98 - with me, in Minnesota. Early Bird Books Newsletter. I Married the Icepick Killer ebook on sale this December: Check out my Annie's beautiful new blue hair! Huffington Post - November 14, Get Lit - Classic Slam. My niece Molly's beautiful new daughter, McCartney Catherine!

Meanwhile we look at our navels through big-sell "reality". The Voices and Faces of Palestine - Summer, Carol Muske-Dukes visited Hotchkiss on September 25, Carol's 97 year old mother, Elsie Kuchera Muske, publishes an extraordinary book of vignettes about growing up in North Dakota during the Great Drought and Depression - available on Amazon!

Please use the following high-quality resolution photos for all press and articles: The second photo is by Carlos Puma. Huffington Post — MS. David Rakoff reviewed in verse. The Top Advocates for American Poetry Note from Carol Muske-Dukes. Obama's inauguration poet is a fresh burst of firsts.

The group scored eight top 40 hits from to , including "Walk- Don't Run" and 8 in a different version in , "Hawaii Five-O" and "Pefidia" In , Nokie embarked on a solo career, though he returned to the group briefly in and continued to tour with them on occasion until The Turtle Creek, Pennsylania-born Bill was All-told the group had eight national top 40 hits, the last four on the Reprise label.

Bill left the group in and became a sales manager for a home improvement store. The group's trademark was eventually lost and the original group was only allowed to perform under that name in portions of Pennsylvania. However, Bill did join the national group for awhile in Barbara Alston, founder and lead singer of the Crystals on the hits "Uptown" and"There's No Other Like My Baby " , died February 16 after suffering complications from influenza at a hospital in Charlotte, North Carolina.

La La Brooks then replaced Barbara as lead on later hits. Vic Damone nee Vito Farinola , once described by Frank Sinatra as having the "best pipes in the business", died Sunday February 11 at a hospital in Miami Beach at the age of The Brooklyn-born singer credited Perry Como with helping him get his start in show business when he met the singer as an usher at the Paramount Theater in New York.

Vic won "Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts" competition in which led to a spot on Arthur's radio show. Louis" and hosted his own TV variety show in and He was married five times, including actresses Pier Angelli and Diahann Carroll. Vic received a phone call from his friend, President Donald Trump, just days before his passing. The 75 year-old issued a statement saying, " I am stepping out of the spotlight from scheduled concerts and interviews.

Thank you again for your loyal support. I love you all, and may God Bless you. The Fairfield, Alabama native was one day shy of his 75th birthday. The Edwards family moved to Detroit when Dennis was 10 and he began singing with the Mighty Clouds of Joy gospel group there. In he recorded a local secular single, but gave up music temporarily while serving in the military. In he auditioned for Motown Records, where he was placed on retainer and sang for awhile with the Contours.

He then moved on to the Temptations, where he replaced the troubled David Ruffin. Dennis himself was released by the group in but returned three years later though he was let go on two more occasions. In recent years he has toured as the "Temptations Review featuring Dennis Edwards", a splinter group of the originals.

He was married briefly to Ruth Pointer of the Pointer Sisters. Reese "Buzz" Clifford, best remembered for the novelty hit, "Baby Sittin' Boogie" 6 , died Friday January 26 of complications from the flu. The Berwyn, Illinois native was Originally intended to be the B-side of a song called "Driftwood", the song featured the children of his producer, Johnny Parker who also wrote the tune.

Though his follow-up, a version of "Three Little Fishes", only reached , he stayed with music throuhout his life as a songwriter and, at one time, peforming in a band with actor Gary Busey.

Jazz trumpeter Hugh Masekela died Tuesday January 23 in his home town of Johannesburg, South Africa after a nearly ten-year fight with prostate cancer. He left South Africa for 20 years because of aparteit and studied under Dizzy Gillespie and Louis Armstrong, where he developed his own style. His son, Selema, is an actor, sports reporter an television host. Neil Diamond announced Monday January 22 that he is retiring from performing after being diagnosed with Parkinsons Disease.

The March leg of his 50th anniversary tour, in Australia and New Zealand has been cancelled. However, the soon-to-be 77 year-old said, "I plan to remain active in writing, recording and other projects for a long time to come. Edwin was elected to the Christian Music Hall of Fame in The Atlanta native was Denise had her right leg amputated last October- the result of a long-ago fall.

Born near Sidon, Mississippi, her family moved to Chicago in the '60s and she signed to a subsidiary of Chess Records in Her dream of opening a blues academy of performing arts was left unfulfilled by her health issues.

Ray Thomas, original memember, flautist and vocalist with the Moody Blues, died Thursday January 4 at the age of A cause of death was not given, but Ray had been diagnosed with prostate cancer in Ray was with the group from its inception until his retirement in He was scheduled to be inducted with the group into the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame later this year. Hal Blaine of the "Wrecking Crew" session musicians will also be honored. Rick Hall, Muscle Shoals, Alabama producer and recording studio owner-responsible for what became the "Muscle Shoals Sound" died Tuesday January 2 at his home there at the age of Born Dorothy Keely in Norfolk, Virginia, she began singing while still a teenager with a naval air station band.

Though she sang with Earl Bennett's band, her big break came she won an audition to sing with Louis in Five years later they were married-- resulting in two children. The combination of Keely, Louis and Sam Butera and the Witnesses backing them became the hit of late night Las Vegas where their Sahara Hotel shows-- dubbed "the wildest"-- became the basis of several albums with that name in the title.

The duo appeared in the film "Hey Boy! The cuple split up in and Keely settled in to a comfortable solo career as a jazz singer. It lasted four years. Induction will take place April 14 in Cleveland. No date has been given for the stamp's release. Condolences to Elton John, whose mother passed away Monday December 4 at the age of Said Elton, "Travel safe Mum. Thank you for everything. I will miss you so much. Mitch will always be remembered for the group's "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" He and brother Phil joined the second incarnation of the Tokens in when Mitch was only He continued performing with the Tokens until his death.

David had been hospitalized in critical condition earlier in the week with organ failure. He disclosed earlier this year he was suffering from dementia, and had been arrested three times for DUI. His father, actor Jack Cassidy, suffered from alcoholism and died after passing out with a lit cigarette in his mouth.

David appeared briefly on Broadway and on television in the late '60s, which led to his role on "The Partridge Family". The show ran from , by which time David had also established a concurrent solo career with hits like "Cherish" and "How Can I Be Sure" He starred briefly in the unsuccessful TV series, "David Cassidy: Man Undercover" in and appeared in several stage shows including a production of "Blood Brothers" with Shaun and Petula Clark.

His autobiography, "Could It Be Forever", was published in Donald Fagen filed suit in Los Angeles against the estate of his Steely Dan partner Walter Becker Tuesday November 21 seeking conrol of the band as stipulated in a agreement. Four days after Walter's death, his family declared the agreement void and have yet to relinquish control over Steely Dan's web site.

Donald is seeking sole ownership of the band's name and a million dollars in damages. Frank Wilson and Pearl Jam , has died. Though he never appeared on the American charts, he was an inspiration to many artists, white and black. Della was nominated for four Grammies and two Emmy Awards.

A childhood friend of Smokey Robinson in Detroit, Pete stayed with the group until Robert Knight, best remembered for the original hit version of "Everlasting Love" , died Sunday November 5 in Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, where he had been in critical care for the past two weeks. The Franklin, Tennessee native was The group disbanded though, which led to a contract breech that kept him from recording for the next five years. During that time he studied chemistry at Tennessee State University and began singing with another group, the Fairlanes.

With his singing career at a standstill, Robert went to work at Vanderbilt University as a lab technician, chemistry teacher and even a member of the grounds crew. Keith Wilder, lead singer and co-founder of Heatwave with his late brother Johnny, died Sunday October 29 at the age of Keith continued to perform in various incarnations of the group over the years, even after the paralysis and later death of Johnny.

Born in the New Orleans's Lower Ninth Ward, he was taught to play piano by his brother-in-law and played with the band "The Solid Senders" there in the '40s. He was feared dead in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in but it was later learned he had been rescued by the Coast Guard and taken to Baton Rouge. Fats was an initial inductee into the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of fame in He received a Lifetime Achivement Grammy in He was given the National Medal of the Arts in Fats appeared in the movies "Shake, rattle And Rock!

His last public performance was ten years ago. Billy Joel became a father for third time Sunday October The 68 year-old Billy and his 35 year-old wife Alexis have a 2 year-old and Billy has a 31 year-old daughter from a previous marriage.

Bob Seger had surgery Friday October 20 to fix a pinch nerve in his vertebrae. Bob had announced October 3 that he was postponing the remainder of his concert tour to take care of the issue.

She had been moved to Nashville from her home in Jackson, Mississippi for the surgery. Jimmy Beaumont, lead singer of the Skyliners, died Saturday October 7 , a couple of weeks shy of his 77th birthday.

Jimmy originally started singing while at Knoxville Junior High School in Pittsburgh in a group called the Montereys later the Crescents that came to the attention of local manager Joe Rock. He got them a contract with Calico Records with a song he wrote literally on the way to the recording studio called "Since I Don't Have You". Released under the name "the Skyliners", it got to 12 in and was followed by among others "This I Swear" and "Pennies From Heaven" The Skyliners, however, called it quits by Jimmy took on a variety of non-musical jobs, including driving a cab, before re-forming the Skyliners to play the oldies circuit starting in the '70s and he continued to front the group until his passing.

Arkansas police arrested Jerry Yester, one-time keyboardist and producer of the Lovin' Spoonful, Thursday October 5 and charged him with possession and distribution of child pornography. He played as a session musician on the group's early hits, produced the album "Renaissance" and was officially a member for a year before their breakup. Walter "Bunny" Sigler died from a heart attack Friday October 6.

First time nominees are: It's said the a part of his ashes may be spread on the city's famed highway. He was found to have no brain activity and his family chose to terminate life support Monday October 2. The Gainesville, Florida native was just short of his 67th birthday. Tom's interest in rock music began after meeting Elvis Presley on the set of the King's movie, Follow That Dream" in Though the band broke up, three of the members formed the Heartbreakers and in , they charted with "Breakdown" Cher filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court Friday September 29 against an LA billionaire she says convinced her to sell her shares in a pharmaceutical company for less than their actual value due to the company's new drug showing promise in treating AIDS and HIV-- which she was not told about.

The defendant said through a spokesperson that the lawsuit is without merit. Speaking of Cher, the biographical Broadway musical, "Believe: Three actresses will capture the diva in various eras. Steven Tyler is recovering from "unexpected medical issues," forcing Aerosmith to cancel the last four dates on their South American tour.

Steven flew back to the U. Doctors say the tip cannot be reattached and Tony will have to let the wound grow over on its own. Said Tony, "The truth of it is, compared to my military buddies, who I've been working with for 45 years, my injury is a bee sting.

The Bronx group had recorded as the Montereys with Ernie Maresca and the Desires before becoming the Regents named after their recording studio and Guy's brand of cigarettes.

Three years later, a local New York label picked up the recording and it became a hit there and soon was leased to Gee Records for national distribution. The Ernie-written "Rounaround" followed, but two subsequent releases failed to chart and the group broke up again. Guy revived the Regents in and and continued to tour until his death. Ammon first starting working with while both were in high school though separate ones in Portsmouth, Virginia.

He left the group in but was still touring with his own groups in the early 's. Bill died in He was arrested in for the deaths of three men in a botched drug deal. He was convicted, sentenced to life in prison and paroled after serving 36 years. He had been advised by his doctors not to leave his Maui, Hawaii home in July because he was recovering from an unnamed procedure. Forming Steely Dan named after a sex toy in William S. All told, Steely Dan had ten top 40 records, but album cuts like "Dirty Work", "Aja" and "Bodhisattva" prove popular today on classic hits stations, as well.

The duo wrote and recorded the theme song for the movie "FM" in and were inducted into the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame in The California state legislature renamed the 5 Freeway between Rt.

Dates will reportedly be made up next Spring. Asked about the 74 year-old, a friend said, "We are hopeful for a recovery but it is very early days to predict much at this point. Besides his work in vaudeville, film and stage much of which was with one-time partner Dean Martin , he also had a top ten hit with "Rock-A-Bye Your Baby with A Dixie Melody" in and was the father of singer Gary Lewis. Yvonne Elliman and her husband were arrested in Guam Tuesday August 15 and charged with bringing methamphetamine and marijuana into the country.

It will be the future path of a public art walk and a three acre park featuring a guitar-shaped plaza to be completed within the next five years.

Folsom is the site of Folsom Prison, where Johnny played one of his most-memorable concerts. The 81 year-old's struggles with the disease were chronicled in the movie "I'll Be Me". Born in Billstown, Arkansas and raised in nearby Delite, he learned to play guitar from his Uncle Boo. Proving adept on the instrument, he joined his uncle's band in Albuquerque before moving to Los Angeles to become a studio musician with the legendary Wrecking Crew at Gold Star Studio.

As a solo artist, he racked up 20 top 40 hits from to , including the 1 hits "Rhinestone Cowboy" and "Southern Nights" He also appeared 75 times on the Country charts and 42 times on the Easy Listening charts. He won six Grammy Awards and was nominated for 11 more.

His final album, "Adios" was released last May. Goldy McJohn, original keyboardist with Steppenwolf, died Tuesday August 1 of a sudden heart attack at the age of He played on the group's first seven albums until his termination in , including all their hit singles. He later played with Manbeast as well as on solo recordings. Don McLean was arrested and charged with misdemeanor domestic violence after an incident Monday July 24 at his Camden, Maine home.

Michael Johnson, best remembered for his hit, "Bluer Than Blue" 12 , died Tuesday July 25 after what was termed "a long illness" he had a quadruple heart bypass performed ten years ago and had suffered from emphysema. Born in Alamosa, Colorado, Michael was raised in Denver and studied classical guitar in Spain in It "bubbled under" at on the charts.

In , he returned to the Twin Cities to be near a daughter given up for adoption 40 years earlier. He continued to perform in the upper midwest until recently, when he was forced to cancel concerts because of his ill health. He died in a hospital in Hong Kong, where he owned a nightclub. Two other singles failed to crack the top 40 and the group broke up, though Bobby recorded 8 solo singles.

The band- the first chosen by the Academy for the honor- were selected for their musical accomplishments and for their "support for a number of charities and causes. Dion DiMucci filed suit July 2 against the makers of the video game "Fallout 4" for using his tune "The Wanderer" in ads in violation of their agreement to allow him right of refusal.

Dion called the ads "repugnant and morally indefensible" and is seeking that his music be removed and he be awarded one million dollars. Instead, Mercury Records released it under the name Steam and sent a bogus group out to support it on tour.

Ceremonies must be held within the next two years. The Dayton,Ohio native was Bo started out as pre-teen drummer Bobby Wagner, performing in nightclubs with several big bands. He spent three years playing and dancing on the "Lawrence Welk Show". Bo had an uncredited small role in the movie version of "Gypsy". They had two minor chart hits that year but soon broke up and Bo continued to work as a percussionist, backing artists like Roger Williams and Liberace.

In , Bo, Bruce and former Eternity's Children member Johnny Walker started a group called Mississippi and got themselves a contract but were made to change their name because it conflicted with an Australian group-- who later became the Little River Band. Though the group charted four more times after "Moonlight", none of the songs got any higher than Bo went on to become a natural health practitioner but kept the vibes alive over the years-- playing his last concert with Starbuck last summer.

Born William Szathmary in Quincy, Massachusetts, he was the head writer for Steve Allen's television program, where he developed Jose who, it was said was Bolivian, though Bill's ancestry was Hungarian and Jewish. Bill also wrote and produced "The Spike Jones Show". The concerts have been rescheduled for November and Phil will resume his tour on Sunday in Germany. Carlo Driggs, lead singer with Paul Revere and the Raiders from to , passed away May 31 from a heart attack at the age of Roger had suffered from myasthenia gravis for decades.

He did however, chart with the tune "Beach Time" 64 in The concert has been rescheduled for December. Howard Curtis Womack, brother of Bobby Womack and sometimes lead singer with the Valentinos, died May 21 in a Bloomfield, West Virginia hospital of respiratory heart failure. The Cleveland native was He originally started singing with his four siblings as Curtis Womack and the Womack Brothers and the group was discovered by Sam Cooke, who signed them to his SAR Records as the Valentinos, though they also recorded as the Lovers.

The group is best known for their original version of "Lookin' For A Love" , later recorded by Bobby as a solo artist and by the J. Eddie Lewis, tenor singer and last original member of the Olympics, who gave us "Western Movies" , died Wednesday May 31 of unspecified causes.

Eddie was the cousin of lead singer Walter Ward. Olivia Newton-John has been forced to postpone all concerts for the month of June as the back pain which had been attributed to sciatica, turned out to be a recurrence of her breast cancer that has now metastasized to the sacrum. The announcement was made Tuesday May The 68 year-old had postponed her May concerts nearly a month ago. Olivia will complete a course of photon radiation therapy and undergo natural wellness therapies.

He had been in the Mayo Clinic last August and cancelled his upcoming concerts for this year but denied reports last month that he was in hospice. He underwent a liver transplant in after contracting hepatitis C. Born in Nashville and raised in Daytona Beach, Florida, he and his brother Duane formed the Allman Joys later Hour Glass , recording for Liberty Records in and recording two albums to little acclaim.

A live album recorded at the Fillmore East brought them to the attention of the public but a motorcycle crash killed Duane in Meanwhile, he recorded solo-- "Midnight Rider" from his album, "Laid Back" was a 19 tune in The Allman Brothers Band broke up a year later, though it re-formed several times later and continues today.

Gregg married Cher in one of six marriages and it resulted in the birth of Elijah Blue Allman one of his five children a year later. Despite recording an album together, they divorced in His autobiography, "My Cross To Bear", was released in A movie based on the book was halted after a tragic railroad accident during filming. Ronnie Wood of the Rolling Stones underwent surgery May 25 to remove a lesion on his lung.

Doictors say additional treatment will not be necessary and te surgery will not affect the upcoming Stones tour. The Corona, California native first married at the age of 16 and was the father of actor of actor James Parks.

On television he had a recurring role on "Twin Peaks". As a singer he recorded eight albums, though he never returned to the charts after his one hit single. Barry Manilow has been forced to postpone shows in Los Angeles and Chicago May 14 and 17 to rest his strained vocal cords. Again, the dates will be made up. And Tony Bennett canceled a concert in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania scheduled for May 13 because of the flu.

However, the hotel originally opened under that name in , though the name has changed several times over the years. The suit contends that new owners went back to the name in and have tried to profit from an association with the band's tune, including the sale of memorabilia. The lawsuit is seeking an injuction, all related profits and relief. Guitarist Craig Chaquico, founding member of Jefferson Starship, filed suit in San Francisco April 27 against former bandmates David Freiberg and Donny Baldwin for using the group's name without permission.

Craig joined the offshoot of Jefferson Airplane in after having played on projects with Paul Kantner and Grace Slick and continued with them during the name change to Starship. Craig says they agreed to retire the Starship name, though Paul was granted a temporary license that expired with his death last year. Elton John spent two days in intensive care in a Las Vegas hospital with a serious bacterial infection before being released Saturday April He has cancelled his Las Vegas engagements for the next two months as he combats the illness, which he contracted recently in South America.

He will return to performing June 3. This was the home Elvis owned before buying Graceland. The house was unoccupied at the time. Efforts to revive the 72 year-old proved fruitless. The Detroit native was John Geils, guitarist and leader of the J. Death was believed to be from natural causes.

Meanwhile, their energetic live shows opening for bands like the Byrds and the Allman Brothers Band won them a strong following. But with a more new-wave sound in the '80s they achieved their greatest success. However, Wolf left for a solo career that year and within two years the group disbanded. They reunited several times in the 's, although John sued them at one point for touring under his name without him. John spent much of his time restoring old cars, but did record two albums with Magic Dick under the name Bluestime.

The group had been nominated twice for the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame, but has yet to be selected. Stevie Wonder has announced that he will get married for the third time on June The 66 year-old will marry 42 year-old Tomeeka Bracy in Jamaica. She is the mother of his three year-old daughter.

Stevie's nine children will serve as bridesmaids and groomsmen. She had suffered from fibromyalgia for many years. She was born in Klamath Falls, Oregon and grew up in Anchorage, Alaska before moving near San Diego, where she formed the Originals while still in high school. Adding a melody, the group traveled to San Marcos, California and recorded a demo. The haunting saxophone part was actually by bassist Tony Gomez because the real sax player couldn't make the trip-- having to mow his parents' lawn!

The song was picked up by Highland records and reached 5 in Convinced that she could make it a a solo singer, Rosie listed as "formerly with The Originals" recorded "Lonely Blue Nights", which made it to 66 that year on Brunswick Records.

Rosie grew weary of the recording business having seen little, if any, money for her efforts and settled down with her guitar player, Noah Tafolla to start a family in She went on to become an art teacher. She was just shy of her 71st birthday. Born in Sherman Oaks, California, her father was the leendary Carl Fischer, well-known composer and pianist and her mother was big band singer Terry Fischer.

Along with her sister Carol and neighbor Sally Gordon, they were hired by friend Mike Post to provide backup vocal on sessions he produced at Gold Star Studios. But when the follow-up single, "Heartbreak Ahead", bubbled-under the national chart at , the group's brief career was over though Fowley released other singles under the name by other singers.

Terry went on to collage and recorded with the Brazilian-themed group, the Carnival. She also sang backup for various TV shows and in concert before reforming the group in and playing the oldies circuit. Billy, the youngest of 19 children, was born in Wilmington, South Carolina. While he charted four more times on the Hot , none of the tunes broke out of the top 90 and by he quit music, eventually opening a soul food restaurant in Harlem. The Philadelphia native was Born in Trinidad, Clem came to England when he was 15 and became a professional boxer.

He joined a local group, The Ramong Sound as a backup singer but, after many changes he emerged as the lead singer and the group was now called the Foundations. After a solo career, he went on to perform in musicals in London's West End. Eric Clapton was forced to postpone shows at the Los Angeles Forum Saturday March 25 and Sunday because of a severe case of bronchitis.

The concerts have been rescheduled for September. But Chuck's later job as overseer of "American Bandstand" for ABC-TV after the payola scandal nearly came to an end when a song he wrote, "Palisades Park" recorded by Freddy Cannon became a hit on the show and across the country. In addition to his game shows, he also produced Bobby Vinton's syndicated variety TV show from Paramedics were called to the home and found the 90 year-old unresponsive and could not revive him.

Louis not Santa Clarita, California as he said to a young lady who later became his publicist in order to impress her , he was studying to be a beautician when he traveled to Chicago and hooked up with Muddy Waters and, through him, impressed Leonard Chess of Chess Records.

An adaptation by Chuck of the country tune "Ida Red" that he called "Maybellene", became a 5 hit for him in Amazingly, his only 1 hit was the live recording in London of the risque tune, "My Ding-A-Ling" in Along the way, Chuck who was incarcerated in for armed robbery was jailed for taking an underaged girl across state lines for an immoral purpose in and income tax evasion in His recording of "Johnny B. Goode" was included on a "golden record" sent along with the Voyager I spacecraft which is presently outside our solar system.

Gerry was helped offstage after telling the audience he was scheduled to undergo knee surgery next week. He did not return and a spokesperson said only that he was "ill". The group postponed a concert for Friday night in Weymouth. The 74 year-old underwent a heart bypass operation in and a valve replacement five years ago. No cause of death was immediately known.

Joni, along with her sisters Debra, Kim and Kathy, formed the group in in Philadelphia, initially recording for Money Records. It was immediately followed by "We Are Family" But six more chart appearances yielded only one more hit, a cover of Mary Wells' "My Guy" 23 in Kathy left for a solo career in , but the remaining three sisters continued performing. The Brooklyn native was believed to be After leaving the Fireflies in , Ritchie continued with a solo career, releasing records for the next twenty years.

Petersburg, Florida after suffering a heart attack. He was also known as "The Father of Jazz Ukulele" for his work with his first love. He claims she forced him to tour despite poor health and otherwise kept him at home in moldy conditions that forced him to use oxygen. Congratulations to the inductees into the Songwriters Hall of Fame, announced Wednesday February In addition, Jay-Z became the first rapper to be inducted.

Induction will take place June 15 in New York. David Cassidy revealed Monday February 20 that he is suffering from dementia. The 66 year-old says his grandfather and mother battled the disease as well. On Saturday, David appeared to slur his words and fall of the stage at a concert in Agoura, California. He told the concert-goers that he was retiring from performing. It's not known what role his dementia played in the performance. Dave left school to join the group-- which charted several times from to , when he left to play with a series of other northwest Ohio bands.

After retiring from music to lead a more normal life he had a long career with Libbey-Owens-Ford Company. He performed only twice more in the last fifty years. After being diagnosed with his tumor, Peter was ordained a priest by the Church of England last October, fulfilling his lifelong dream. Walter "Junie" Morrison, keyboardist with the Ohio Players from to and musical director with Parliament-Funkadelic from to , has died at the age of Details were not forthcoming.

The current members of the Three Degrees filed suit February 7 against Sony Entertainment and the widow of the manager, alleging they never received royalties for their recordings, including "When Will I See You Again".

They claim that their manager and now his widow kept the monies owed and that Sony knew about it and never informed the group of their rights. Rick Deringer was charged Friday February 10 with having a loaded gun in his carry-on bag on a flight from Cancun January 9. The gun was discovered at a stop in Atlanta.

Apparently, Rick had the gun on his flight from Sarasota, Florida through Atlanta and to Mexico, as well. The screener in Florida has been terminated. Rick, who has a Florida permit for the gun, told air marshals he travels times a year with the gun and has never been stopped. A criminal complaint has been filed. Sonny Geraci, lead singer of the Outsiders and later, Climax, died Sunday February 5 nearly four years after suffering a brain aneurysm.

The Outsiders started as a Cleveland band called the Starfires, who changed their name in when they signed with Capitol Records. Three subsequent singles only "bubbled under" the hot chart, as did another on Bell Records with Sonny and a re-formed Outsiders the original group had broken up at this point listing him as lead singer.

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