Posts tagged with ‘Singer’

  • Interview With Actor/Musician Beau Davidson, “Runaway Romance”

    By Ruth on January 16, 2018
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    While I have featured several actors from the UPtv film Runaway Romance, I am still quite ecstatic to highlight yet another one of the dynamic cast members, the supporting lead, Beau Davidson. I actually saw him first in a Hallmark movie (but didn’t realize it at the time), but after seeing him in this most recent film, I did my compulsory research […]
  • Interview With Actress/Singer Miranda Frigon, “Aurora Teagarden”

    By Ruth on January 9, 2018
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    A few years ago, because of my friendship with a certain actor (Sebastian Spence), I had the opportunity to watch a movie (Stonados) that featured an actress by the name of Miranda Frigon. About the same time, I began to see her name pop up in various Hallmark movies, and before long, she emerged as a recurring role in the […]
  • Interview With Singer/Actress Gelsea Mae

    By Ruth on July 18, 2016
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    Did you watch Hallmark’s Countdown to Valentine‘s Day on their channel this year during the month of February? If you did, you may remember the film All Things Valentine. In the opening credits, there is a rather catchy, but haunting song, and that is where I first heard the stylings of Gelsea Mae. This girl is multi-talented (as you will soon learn), […]
  • This Day in History March 17, 1919

    By Ruth on March 17, 2013
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    It might be the wrong season to talk about the singer who popularized The Christmas Song, but he was oh, so much more than that.  And on this date in 1919, Nat “King” Cole was born.  He was the first African American to host a TV show (November 1956).  And his music has remained popular even though he died back […]
  • This Day in History January 28, 1968

    By Ruth on January 28, 2013
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    While I am not a big fan of Sarah McLachlan, it was on this date in 1968 that she was born.  And no one can deny the fact that she is a fantastic singer with an amazing career.  She grew up in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada in an adopted family.  She currently resides in Vancouver, Canada, is married to her […]
  • This Day in History December 10, 1985

    By Ruth on December 10, 2012
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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Raven-Symon%C3%A9_2011.jpg I grew up watching The Cosby Show.  I can remember the season when “Olivia” showed up.  The little girl was so sweet and cute.  Little did we know what a career she would have.  On this date in 1985, Raven-Symone was born.  She was born in Atlanta, Georgia, and in 1989, when she was three years old, she auditioned […]
  • This Day in History December 2, 1923

    By Ruth on December 2, 2012
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    By Houston Rogers [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons Today’s feature centers around an iconic opera singer, and indeed she was.  On this date in 1923, Maria Callas was born.  Interestingly enough, she hated to sing as a child since her mother insisted that she do so.  She had quite a colorful life and career, and she was known for her […]
  • This Day in History July 9, 1927

    By Ruth on July 9, 2012
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    Another person I used to listen to–on this date in 1927, Ed Ames was born.  And he is still alive, so he celebrates his 85th birthday today.  Who is he?  Read on. Here he is as Mingo in his time on Daniel Boone fin 1964.  But there is so much more to him.  His real name is Urick, and his family […]
  • This Day in History June 10, 1922

    By Ruth on June 10, 2012
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    Judy Garland Somewhere Over The Rainbow – More amazing videos are a click away Today’s feature is one that means a lot to me.  Judy Garland was a very early influence on my life, and it was on this date in 1922 that she was born.  I cannot recall how many biographies I have read about her life.  It’s been […]
  • This Day in History April 3, 1924

    By Ruth on April 2, 2012
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    What a classy lady!  Anyone know who she is?  Well, I will give you a hint.  She was born on this date in 1924.  And her name is Doris Day–or at least, that is how we know her.  She was my dad’s favorite singer–so I was not interested in her when I was much younger.  I always wanted to rebel […]