Category Archives: Sonny and Cher

“KISS ON MY LIST”: A LOVE LETTER TO HALL & OATES

I love Hall and Oates. Unapologetically and without irony and for always. I loved them in the early Atlantic Records days, when the young disciples of Philly Soul crooned Sara Smile and She’s Gone and reminded us all that you … Continue reading

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THE BEAT GOES ON: THE STORY OF A BOY AND HIS (SONNY) AND CHER, PART 2

On Sunday the 17th of October, with some measure of disbelief and my customary elan, I celebrated the 35th anniversary of my Cher show, the full-scale cellar drag extravaganza that I produced, directed and starred in.  Elayne Glick reminded me on … Continue reading

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