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  1. While primarily known for calypso, Belafonte has recorded in many different genres, including blues, folk, gospel, show tunes, and American standards.His second-most popular hit, which came immediately after "The Banana Boat Song", was the comedic tune "Mama Look at Bubu", also known as "Mama Look a Boo-Boo" (originally recorded by Lord Melody in 1955), in which he sings humorously about ...

  2. Behind the Scenes of Mothica’s Newest Mental Health-Based Track, ‘Sensitive’ Take an exclusive look at the making of the singer’s latest track

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Victor_BorgeVictor Borge - Wikipedia

    13 Pianos Live in Concert (1975, Telefunken-Decca LC-0366) Victor Borge 50 Års Jubilæum (1976, Philips 6318035, LP) Victor Borge Show (1977, CBS 70082, LP, in Danish) Victor Borge Live in der Hamburger Musikhalle (1978, Philips 6305 369, LP) Victor Borge Live (1978, Starbox LX 96 004 Stereo, LP) Victor Borge – Live(!) (1992, Sony Broadway ...

  4. After making numerous television guest appearances, Wilson eventually got her own series on NBC, The Nancy Wilson Show (1967–1968), which won an Emmy.Over the years she appeared on many popular television shows from I Spy (more or less playing herself as a Las Vegas singer in the 1966 episode "Lori", and a similar character in the 1973 episode "The Confession" of The F.B.I.), Room 222 ...

  5. The Broadway Theatre (formerly Universal's Colony Theatre, B.S. Moss's Broadway Theatre, Earl Carroll's Broadway Theatre, and Ciné Roma) is a Broadway theater at 1681 Broadway (near 53rd Street) in the Theater District of Midtown Manhattan in New York City.

  6. In 1984, Ronstadt and Riddle performed these songs live, in concert halls throughout Australia, Japan, and the United States, including multi-night performances at historic venues Carnegie Hall, Radio City Music Hall, and Pine Knob. In 2004, Ronstadt released Hummin' to Myself, her album for Verve Records.

  7. The Ed Sullivan Theater (originally Hammerstein's Theatre; later the Manhattan Theatre, Billy Rose's Music Hall, CBS Radio Playhouse No. 3, and CBS Studio 50) is a theater at 1697–1699 Broadway, between 53rd and 54th Streets, in the Theater District of Midtown Manhattan in New York City.