Long-time singer Tony Orlando first captivated crowds when he marched onto American Bandstand alongside Dick Clark in 1961. In 1982, Orlando made it to Broadway when he debuted in the musical Barnum. To hear Orlando's take on his career, read the interview posted above.
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Olivia Newton-John has been keeping busy with her current tour and a new project reuniting her with her co-star from the movie Grease, John Travolta, a holiday CD This Christmas, released Nov. 13.
“I was interviewed recently [in another market] and the reporter asked me where was my favorite place to play, and I immediately said Atlantic City,” Orlando says.
As we go to press, I am in California attending the private memorial for my dear friend Dick Clark, who wrote the introduction to my book ...
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