Ella Logan
British actor and singer
Ella Logan
Ella Logan was a Scottish-born actress and singer, who appeared on Broadway, recorded and had a nightclub career in the United States and internationally.
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August 27, 2011 - Memphis Commercial Appeal
Google News - over 5 years
She will share honors with actress Merle Oberon, blues singer Ella Logan and Bob "Bazooka" Burns. Miss Clara Schneider, chairman for the art department for the Tri-State Fair, is in Chicago in the interests of the fair's art exhibit
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The Wax Museum: Between a rock and the deep blue sea - Citizens Voice
Google News - over 5 years
Ella Logan sang this on Broadway. She was born in Scotland, sang "How Are Things in Glocca Morra" in brogue even though she spent her adult years in the US and recorded 1920-style jazz tunes in an American accent. (Sounds like the very American Maurice
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Alice Porcello, 94, oldest of Kim Loo Sisters - NorthJersey.com
Google News - almost 6 years
Heading the cast were Ann Miller, the Stooges, Willie and Eugene Howard and Ella Logan. A New York Times reviewer described the sisters this way: "Miss Miller's [dancer number] Mexiconga is accompanied by finger-tapping on tom-tom drums by four Chinese
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NYC; When a Show Goes Down, a Poster Goes Up: Will 'Spider-Man' Join 'Moose Murders'?
NYTimes - about 6 years
By now, you probably know that ''Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark'' risks becoming to Broadway musicals what the Titanic was to ocean voyages. If things keep going the way they have, with previews constantly extended, Wal-Mart might open in New York before this $65 million show does. So, is a special niche being prepared for ''Spider-Man'' along West
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Times Square Truants
NYTimes - about 17 years
To the Editor: Your Jan. 17 front-page article about truants brought back memories of my own hooky-playing days some 57 years ago. I would take the subway down to Times Square (instead of to Joan of Arc Junior High School on West 93rd Street), check my books at an establishment that provided that amenity, and go to the Strand Theater. The movie
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Burton Lane, Composer for 'Finian's Rainbow' and 'Clear Day,' Is Dead at 84
NYTimes - about 20 years
Burton Lane, the Broadway and Hollywood composer who wrote the melodies for ''Finian's Rainbow'' and such enduring songs as ''On a Clear Day You Can See Forever,'' ''(I Like New York in June) How About You?'' and ''Too Late Now,'' died on Sunday at his home in Manhattan. He was 84. A spokeswoman for the League of American Theaters and Producers
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AT WORK WITH: Joe Allen; No Ambition, Just Success
NYTimes - over 22 years
JOE ALLEN was sitting at a corner table in the theater district restaurant that bears his name. He had finished his chicken salad and bottled, no-fizz water and was talking in little spurts about his life and relationships. Mr. Allen, who is 61, shares few characteristics with many of his colleagues in the restaurant business. He is not a greeter,
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POP MUSIC; A Free-Spirited Survivor Lands on Her Feet
NYTimes - over 23 years
For Annie Ross, living on the edge has become a fine art. In 1958, this cool-yet-sultry redhead earned a place in jazz vocal history when she became the female third of Lambert, Hendricks and Ross, the trio famous for setting bullet-fire lyrics to jazz instrumentals. Ms. Ross's octave-leaping, sweet-and-sour voice intrigued Miles Davis, Dizzy
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Lee Sabinson, 79, Broadway Producer And Film Executive
NYTimes - almost 26 years
Lee Sabinson, a Broadway producer and film executive, died on Sunday at Englewood (N.J.) Hospital. He was 79 years old and lived at the Actors' Fund Home in Englewood. He died of pneumonia and congestive heart failure, his brother, Harvey, said. Mr. Sabinson's greatest Broadway success was the musical "Finian's Rainbow." It opened in January 1947
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RECORD NOTES/; Fairest 'Lady' Issued On CD
NYTimes - over 28 years
LEAD: Lest anyone still doubt the vitality of the American musical in this age of imported blockbusters, the recent hit recording of ''Show Boat'' with an operatic cast - not to mention best-selling recordings of the recent past like the similarly cast ''West Side Story'' - should confirm the enduring popularity of the native form. Lest anyone
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POP AND JAZZ GUIDE
NYTimes - over 30 years
Jimmy Gourley, Bradley's, 70 University Place (228-6440). Jimmy Gourley, a guitarist, has been one of the leading spirits in the American expatriate jazz colony in Paris for the past 30 years. A native of St. Louis, he first went to Paris in 1951, when he was 25 years old, and stayed for four years studying and playing. Before going to Paris, he
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POP/JAZZ; MARTHA RAYE MIXES STRAIGHT SONGS AND COMEDY
NYTimes - over 31 years
AT the age of 69, Martha Raye - the boisterous, big-mouthed comedienne whose specialty has always been the slapstick comedy she learned in the tough training grounds of tent shows, burlesque and vaudeville -has decided to do something in her current appearance at the Ballroom that she had refused to do in the 50 years since she became a star. She
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AFTER THEATER AND TV, ANNIE ROSS SINGS AGAIN
NYTimes - over 32 years
FOR most American jazz fans, Annie Ross disappeared more than 20 years ago when she left the popular jazz singing trio Lambert, Hendricks and Ross. In four years with the innovative group, she became a model for a new breed of jazz singers who could sing rapid- fire, tongue-tangling words set to instrumental solos and, in ensembles, vocalize the
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FRED M. SAIDY, 75; CO-AUTHOR OF BOOKS AND STAGE MUSICALS
NYTimes - almost 35 years
Fred M. Saidy, who collaborated with E.Y. (Yip) Harburg on the books for the Broadway musical hits ''Finian's Rainbow'' and ''Jamaica'' and was co-author of another, ''Bloomer Girl,'' died Friday in Los Angeles. He was 75 years old. Both ''Jamaica,'' which marked Lena Horne's debut as a star on Broadway, and ''Bloomer Girl'' had music by Harold
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