Today in Rock: March 5
On this day in history: The Boston Massacre takes place, Winston Churchill warns of the Soviet Union's growing influence in eastern Europe after WWII, Joseph Stalin dies at 73, John Belushi dies of a drug overdose, and singer Patsy Cline dies.
The Huffington Post
Harold Ramis: One of Those
Yesterday at work I overheard that Harold Ramis had passed. I was in strategy mode on a new project, intrigued by its odd combination of variables.
Musselwhite is just keepin' on, keepin' on
He's the real life inspiration behind Dan Aykroyd's character in The Blues Brothers and he's worked with everyone from Bonnie Raitt to INXS but you won't meet a more down-to-earth and dedicated guy than Charlie Musselwhite.
Myrtle Beach Online
A Lawrence album with Eydie in mind
Steve Lawrence loved to talk music with Frank Sinatra. During one of their chats, the Chairman of the Board asked Lawrence to name his favorite song.
the Official Blues Brothers Revue Rolls Into the Grand Tonight
Celebrate an evening of music and fun as The Official Blues Brothers Revue rolls into The Grand for one not-to-miss performance tonight, February 15 at 8pm.
Tyler Morning Telegraph
Blues Bros - Mission: Great music, laughs headed to Tyler
Elwood and Jake Blues were brought to iconic life by Dan Aykroyd and the late John Belushi in John Landis' 1980 comedy "The Blues Brothers," but the characters live on thanks to shows like "The Official Blues Brothers Revue," a full-blown concert event.
Black History Month: James Brown 'The Hardest Working Man in Show Business'
Papa's got a brand-new bag, and this time it's in the form of a biopic. James Brown will finally see his life play out on the big screen now that Universal and Imagine Entertainment are moving forward with the long-gestating film.
The Star Online
Hollywood's deadly drug addiction
PHILIP Seymour Hoffman, who died aged 46 of a suspected heroin overdose in his Manhattan apartment, joins a long list of Hollywood stars whose lives were cut short by drugs.