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Monthly Archives: September 2006
Friday, September 29, 2006
Mister D: Still in full day classes for Songposium…last day!!! It has been incredible…most of my classes have dealt with opening up the creative side of the brain, song structure, the basic building blocks, message songs, and voice and vocal techniques. Not sure if I’ll ever write a song, but I’ll be singing others’ better! 🙂
Photo: Thanks for the pic Nicola!
Beth Nielson Chapman was one of my teachers. She is quite inspirational and her “technique” is very, very open…almost goes against the grain from what all the other teacher’s teach. I do believe her method, if you can call it that, made more sense to me probably because she leans to the extreme…it’s hard to explain. I was able to exchange pleasantries from Bette and staff to Ms. Chapman and vice versa. Ms. Chapman had heard of BLB which was cool…I think it was because I promoted 2 of her albums and had to do with trackbacks…I’m not sure. She is quite humorous and so easy-going.
Thursday, September 28, 2006
Disco and Diamonds Online Auction at charitybuzz Overflowing With Dazzling Diamonds, Jet Set Travel and Couture Creations
NEW YORK, Sept. 28 /PRNewswire/ — Denise Rich and The G&P Foundation
for Cancer Research have launched an online auction at http://www.charitybuzz.com
which is filled with best in luxury merchandise and celebrity experiences.
Have you always wanted to own a rare diamond and sapphire necklace from
Loree Rodkin, red carpet jeweler to the stars, or a dazzling diamond
necklace from DiModolo or Pamela Johananoff? Would you like to make a grand
entrance with a mink and sable wrap from Dennis Basso or own a truly
impressive Raymond Weil watch? Now, you can dress and live like a Hollywood
star and know that you are helping to find a cure for AML Leukemia.
If you enjoy the Sopranos, you can have lunch with Lorraine Bracco and
Jamie-Lynn Sigler and learn their secrets. Ann Curry will give you a
private tour of the Today Show or David Blaine can provide a magical New
York weekend. Natalie Cole will sing for you and the Divine Miss M, Bette
Midler will be your host at a Spring picnic. For golfers, Donald Trump is
donating a foursome at his Trump International Golf Course. In addition to
celebrity experiences from the many friends of Denise, you can travel like
a true jetsetter. Cruise through Greece on your private yacht, vacation in
style at The Atlantis or fly on exlusive Eos airlines to London to vacation
in ultimate luxury! The racing sensation Danica Patrick will provide the
ultimate Indy 500 tour and financial moguls can finally have their own
private table at Rao’s.
Jimmy Choo, Valentino, Loro Piana, Roberto Cavalli, Betsey Johnson,
Stella McCartney, Anait Bian, Valentino and dozens more designers are all
participating to benefit The G&P Foundation. New lots are added daily to
what is promising to be the auction event of the entire fall season.
Register to bid at http://www.charitybuzz.com today.
Soloway on Poehler: A Broadsheet fantasy interview
It’s one of life’s small sadnesses that Bust magazine has a relatively limited online presence. Today it’s especially sad, because it means we can’t send you directly to read the interview it has published this month with two of my very favorite writers/performers/funny people, Amy Poehler and Jill Soloway.
You probably already know Poehler as a “Saturday Night Live” cast member and, until recently, “Weekend Update” co-host with the object of Broadsheet’s obsessive love, Tina Fey. I was first turned on to Soloway, a former “Six Feet Under” writer, by Salon’s Heather Havrilesky, who kvelled so persuasively about Soloway’s book “Tiny Ladies in Shiny Pants” that I ran right out and bought it. You should too. It’s fantastic.
Tuesday, September 26, 2006
Love, Mister D
Monday, September 25, 2006
A lot of you have been asking…uh, 2 people, to be precise….how my first gig went. I had planned to write quite a bit about it, but I’m just lazy and too much is happening all at once, so this will be rather brief.
Because of my performance, which for a debut, was killer, I guess, I’ve gotten other requests to play out. I’m even doing a small, but fabulous radio show – The Madelyn J. McCray Show – Broadcast From The Church Street Cafe. It’s primarily a talk show, so I will be interviewed and be the first musical guest ever!
Sunday, September 24, 2006
This is the cover on Barnes and Noble’s site…I agree with Leslie…nice gams!!!!!
Love, Mister D
Saturday, September 23, 2006
Fox News Sunday, Interview With President Bill Clinton, 9/22/06 (Rough Transcript): Click Here
And tough tits for those who disapprove!
Love, Mister D
PS: As usual the excellent website “Crooks And Liars” has the video: http://www.crooksandliars.com/2006/09/24/fox-clinton-interview-part-1-osama-bin-laden
Mister D: Well, it’s been a long time coming, but we all knew this special day would arrive.
I’m so proud of my little brother, Woody! And to think he learned all that he knows from me!!!! 🙂
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September 16, 2006
Friday, September 22, 2006
(PRWEB) September 22, 2006 — Bids on autographed items from Daniel Radcliffe, Jim Dale, and Ewan McGregor lead the pack in an online auction of celebrity autographed items to benefit the Luke Neuhedel Foundation, a 501c3 charity that helps children fighting cancer. Radcliffeâ€™s fans are furiously bidding over a copy of â€œLoving Lukeâ€, a book of essays and poems about Luke Neuhedel and his inspirational battle with cancer, which Mr. Radcliffe signed for the auction. As of press time, the highest bid on this item was $650. The â€œLoving Lukeâ€ signed by Jim Dale was in second place at $200, and the Ewan McGregor signed copy was in third place at $100
Wednesday, September 20, 2006
Fashion Week’s Rocking, Writhing Entertainment
Cinemax and Bette Inspire Dancers as Models
The presentation for Grey Antâ€™s spring/summer 2007 collection at the Altman Building showcased more than just the Grant Krajescki-designed clothes. Inspired by the back cover of the 1976 Bette Midler album Songs for the New Depression and the erotic filmâ€”and cable channel stapleâ€”Emmanuelle, Krajescki brought in the Los Angeles-based Hysterica Dance Company to perform a specially choreographed routine that comprised the bulk of the show. Wearing Grey Ant attire, eight dancers writhed, pirouetted, and gyrated to music by electronic artists Work and Aphex Twin. Ojala Ltd. provided show production and Peopleâ€™s Revolution handled front of house production.