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Daily Record: “Up close and personal with DWTS’s Maks, Val & Peta”

Bill Nutt, Correspondent Maksim Chmerkovskiy has a request: Please don’t refer to his current stage show as a “dance program.” True, the production features Chmerkovskiy, his younger brother Valentin, and his wife Peta Murgatroyd – all...
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Daily Record: “Songwriter David Foster performs at MayoPAC Friday night”

Bill Nutt, Correspondent As a songwriter and producer, David Foster has been on the receiving end of plenty of royalty checks and awards.  But he admitted another form of approbation touches him: applause. “I’ve spent so many years making...
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Daily Record: “Pretenders drummer reflects on 40 years of rock-and-roll”

Brian Aberback, Special to The Record Martin Chambers did not perform on the Pretenders’ latest album, but he’s not upset about it. “A couple of years ago, I told you don’t have to use me,” Chambers says. “I didn’t want to play on...
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Daily Record: “Stars of TV’s ‘Nashville’ will play MPAC Saturday night”

Bill Nutt, Correspondent Fans of “Nashville” are preparing sing the blues. The TV series, centered on the professional and personal lives of country musicians, is reaching the end of its sixth and final season.  But in at least one respect,...
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Daily Record: “‘Chita & Tune’ comes to MPAC Saturday”

Bill Nutt, Correspondent  Though she appeared in the original Broadway production of “Bye Bye Birdie,” Chita Rivera did not get to sing “A Lot of Livin’ to Do” in that show. But she includes that song in her concert performances.  “I...
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