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“Music of the Spheres” Episode of Star Talk Radio, with Moby

All music fans, students, and aficionados should listen to this episode of Star Talk Radio, hosted by Neil DeGrasse Tyson, entitled “The Music of the Spheres”. It features an interview with Moby and discusses how music is invariably connected to the vibrations of the universe, our emotions, and our brainwaves. Highly recommended!!! From StarTalkRadio.net

Review: “Marquee Five: Manhattan Transfer for the New Millennium?” by Stephen Hanks, Times Square Chronicles

…on November 7, I heard the two-year old Marquee Five perform a show called “8-Track Throwback,” a five-part harmony homage to the music of the 1960s and ‘70s. In Marquee Five, I knew I’d found my Manhattan Transfer for the new millennium…“Marquee” is the appropriate moniker for this group of smooth, synchronized and powerful singers who seamlessly blend together for a magical musical brew. There’s little doubt their names will be showcased above a theater entrance somewhere very soon. – Stephen Hanks, Times Square Chronicles, November 12, 2011 Read the rest of this wonderful review/”history of” Marquee Five in theContinue readingReview: “Marquee Five: Manhattan Transfer for the New Millennium?” by Stephen Hanks, Times Square Chronicles

Mega Update: “City of Angels,” Marquee Five, Definitely Dickens, and the best place *ever* for breakfast.

Here’s an update on what’s been going on here in Connecticut and in New York City! I’m still having a terrific time in East Haddam, performing in “City of Angels.” I had two exciting understudy performances as Donna/Oolie while Nancy Anderson accepted her Noel Coward award, appeared on television singing in The Angel City 4 quartet with “Jimmy Powers,” came back to New York to debut Marquee Five’s CD, “8-Track Throwback” with a CD Release Party/Concert, am about to embark on the thing called the Holiday Season, and ate my weight in breakfast fare at The Whistle Stop Cafe inContinue readingMega Update: “City of Angels,” Marquee Five, Definitely Dickens, and the best place *ever* for breakfast.

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