Donnie Kehr

The Glorious Corner: Chick Corea, R.I.P. Geoff Emerick, The Hitmen, Duane Betts and More

  G.H. Harding  EMERICK PASSES — Geoff Emerick, The Beatles audio engineer for Revolver,Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, The White Album and Abbey Road has died at the age of 72. Emerick began work at Abbey Road as an assistant engineer when he was 15-years old. On his second day, he was working with […]

The Greatest Piano Men From Beethoven To Billy: A Classic Tribute

  New York – Ever dream of all the greatest piano players appearing on one stage for one night? “Billy Joel, Beethoven, Jerry Lee Lewis, Scott Joplin, Ray Charles, Liberace, Fats Domino, Stevie Wonder and Elton John. A really unique rock concert,” says Donnie Kehr of The Greatest Piano Men. Now, in The Greatest Piano […]

San Diego: Rockers West Of Broadway Friday, March 30 At Tin Roof

FREE ADMISSION   The final line-up set for The Path Fund Inc.® with full cast has been announced for ROCKERS WEST OF BROADWAY on Friday, March 30, 2018 at Tin Roof, A Live Music Joint (401 G St, San Diego, CA 92101) from 7:00-9:00 p.m. ROCKERS WEST OF BROADWAY, based on the original Broadway rock […]

The Glorious Corner: Chrissie Hynde’s No Cell Phone Policy, Cable TV’s Barry Z Passes, Donnie Kehr’s Rockers On Broadway

  G.H. Harding  CHRISSIE HYNDE — Trying to reverse the proliferation of glowing cellphone screens in the audience at today’s concerts is like trying to push back against the tide — but Pretenders frontwoman Chrissie Hynde isn’t going down without a fight, even if it means cutting a show short after profanely berating the crowd. […]

Interview: New York City Based Musician Tyce Talks Tour

By M.A. Cassata When Broadway Records’ Tyce released his Hero project in March, critics and listeners alike were stunned with Tyce’s re-working of the classic Jim Steinman-songs from Meat Loaf’s 1977 Bat Out of Hell album. Tyce was the first male-vocalist to work with Steinman since Meat Loaf. Demand for Tyce live only grew with […]

In The Glorious Corner: NYC’s 10th Anniversary Path Fund, John Mellencamp’s Sad Clowns, Doobie Brother Michael McDonald, Jimmy Webb/Glen Campbell Tribute and More!

  G.H. Harding  PATH’s 10th — Donnie Kehr and Cori Gardner’s 10th anniversary fete for their PATH fund this past Monday night was a great event; featuring some terrific performances, highlighted by Donald Webber’s “Thugz Mansion” and “People/Eleanor Rigby” from Kennedy Caughell and Max Sangerman. Also superlative was Michael Lanning’s “Let The Good Times Roll.” […]

The Glorious Corner: FX “Feud” Over, Madonna’s Blonde Ambition, Monkee Michael Nesmith’s New Book, “Infinite Tuesday” and More!

    G.H. Harding    FEUD OVER — This past week I watched the final two installments of Ryan Murphy’s Feud on FX, which depicted the tumultuous relationship between Joan Crawford and Bette Davis. I think this was one of the best things I’ve watched on the small screen since Murphy’s OJ-series. The writing was […]

Rockers On Broadway—American Rock & Roll Celebration!

  Donnie Kehr and Pete Townshend started Rockers on Broadway 23 years ago (when they were together on The Who’s Tommy on the Great White Way) Kehr told me that after each show, Townshend would always want to go to a club and play and one night said to him that he’d love to get the Broadway performers out […]

Glove Guys: Charlie Sheen and Donnie Kehr at Rockers On Broadway—PHOTO

Lifelong friends, actor Donnie Kehr who hosts his Rockers On Broadway Monday night at Le Poisson Rouge, talked with Charlie Sheen, at Friday’s Golden Gloves Awards at The Plaza. Friends for years; Kehr invited him to his event Monday night. Wilson Heredia, Jarrod Spector, Tyler Hanes, Constantine Maroulis, Clarke Thorell, Ryann Redmond, Tyce Green, and, Anthony Rapp topline […]

The Glorious Corner: Carole King In London, The Fifth Beatle Dies, A Band Called Smith and More!

  By G.H. Harding  KING’S LONDON — Carole King will perform her landmark 1971 album, Tapestry, in its entirety for the first time ever in London’s Hyde Park on July 3rd. Although Beautiful, the hit musical based on her life, is playing on London’s West End, this will be her first show in England’s capital in more than 25 years. Don […]

The Glorious Corner: Cole Passes, Noone & Dolenz, The Beatles’ George Martin Turns 90 and More!

  by G.H. Harding COLE PASSES — The passing of Natalie Cole was a cold slap in the face during the joyous New Year’s week. The troubled singer suffered for years from substance abuse and while the news wasn’t terribly unexpected, it made me re-visit all her music and of course the terrific “Unforgettable” –  and, most notably that […]

On Stage: Donnie Kehr’s Back At Jersey Boys In Vegas

New York — For veteran Broadway actor Donnie Kehr, JERSEY BOYS has been an interesting and enviable ride. He appeared in the very first production of the show in La Jolla, under the direction of Des McAnuff, where he originated the role of Gyp DeCarlo. He then created the role of Norm Waxman in the original […]