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1. The Artist
If the actors aren’t going to…
“Michael can go out and perform before 90,000 people, but if I ask him to sing a song for me, I have to sit on the couch with my hands over my eyes and he goes behind the couch. He is amazingly shy.” — Quincy Jones
Seeing photos of MJ like this - in his prime - make me miss him so much. RIP.
Marlon, Randy and Mike and their Afros. LOL. I just love Marlon’s boots.
Nina Simone with daughter Simone. I love this picture.
Wonder if little Simone grew up to play piano as well as her uber talented Mom? Precious photo. Thanks so much for sharing.
Jimi Hendrix in Harlem, September 1969.
What a wonderful photo. I have never seen this before. Thank you so much for sharing this.
MJ looks so handsome here. This would have been another awesome place to STOP with the surgery.
Aretha Franklin rehearses steps with the legendary dancer and choreographer Charles “Cholly” Atkins at a dance studio in 1961. Mr. Atkins (1913-2003) created the iconic dance moves of The Temptations, Gladys Knight and the Pips and The Supremes’s famous “Stop! In the Name of Love” hand movement. The Alabama-born Mr. Atkins began his career as a vaudeville performer and was one half of the legendary dance duo Coles and Atkins with Honi Coles. In 1988, he shared a Tony Awards for choreographing the Broadway show, “Black and Blue.” Photo: Frank Driggs Collection/Getty Images.
Always loved this pic of the young Aretha. I am about to log off to get ready to see her perform live tonight at DAR Constitution Hall in WDC. Hope she shows and blows.