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He calls his hit Cheek to Cheek duets album and his relationship with Lady Gaga a “wonderful gift.” “Everybody is raving,” he said, “and everyone is shocked that I’m 88 and still swinging!”
Leon Redbone, the cool caretaker of long-ago grooves, known for his trademark sunglasses, Panama hat, ribbon tie and spiffy suit, is suddenly the star of two developing documentaries.
Andrew Dice Clay
His stunningly dramatic role in Blue Jasmine has everyone taking a second, serious look at Andrew Dice Clay.
As a player, bassist Ron Carter swings with a resoundingly melodic flair that you can hear on more than forty solo albums. As a leader, he radiates a calm, assertive charisma, playing with a deep emotional resolve that makes his bass notes soar.
Bob Beck Fast Boat
Robert Indiana at Allentown Art Museum
Peter Blume at PAFA
Men, Women & Children
Birdman (reviewed by Mark Keresman)
Art and Craft
Birdman (reviewed by Pete Croatto)
A Most Wanted Man
A Five Star Life
Keresman on Disc
FOOD & WINE
Crow & The Pitcher
L.A. Times Sunday Crossword
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