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WireENTERTAINMENT - Andrea Carlson's connections in music

It’s obvious to say that sound is integral to music. But there’s a specific link that drives Andrea Carlson to create her own.

“I think in music it’s all about the sound, where we find a connection with sound,” explained the composer, singer and guitarist. 501 more words

Hello, Frisco, Hello (1943)

Hello, Frisco, Hello was exactly the movie I needed on a rainy, dreary day. Splendid color, catchy tunes, one heartbreaking torch song, a little romance, a little comedy, a little plot to make things interesting, Alice Faye; I’m a big fan of Alice Faye.   1,112 more words


White Christmas (1954)

This Christmas I did not watch as many Christmas movies as I usually do, though I had a huge list of films I intended to see (someday, I really am going to watch… 1,064 more words


#Sinatra100: The Man and His Music

100 years ago today, the Universe saw fit to give us one Francis Albert Sinatra. We are fortunate and better for having shared some time on his planet. 334 more words


Swing Time (1936)

Although it’s not a Christmas film, Swing Time always made me think of Christmas, mostly because of the snow. Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers share a comic/romantic song in the snow and during their many forays into gambling and dancing through New York City nightclubs one can see through the windows the falling snow. 1,281 more words