IT was just an ordinary guitar given to a 16-year-old boy, but when the two came together, the power of rock ’n’ roll took over and, 60 years later, Sir Cliff Richard is still rocking.
TIME can be a complex thing to get your head around.
HOLLYWOOD’S highest-paid star in her day, stunning, hilarious, highly intelligent and universally adored, Carole Lombard had it all when she died at just 33.
HE was the roadsweeper who couldn’t read or write, but Matt Monro became one of Britain’s greatest-ever music stars.
SINCE his earliest tours, Neil Diamond has broken box-office records all over the world.
TO many film fans, he was simply the best — Humphrey Bogart is a Hollywood giant to match any other superstar of any era.
WHEN Bing Crosby first sang White Christmas exactly 75 years ago, on December 25, 1941, he wasn’t sure what the public would make of it.
FOR many people, the festive season just wouldn’t be the same without the movie tale of a despairing family man in urgent want of a guardian angel.
HAPPY birthday, Issur Danielovitch, 100 today!
WITH his dreamy boy looks and breathy singing voice, David Cassidy whipped up a storm of teenage hysteria on both sides of the Atlantic in the 70s.
HAVING been at the heart of British rock ’n’ roll since its very earliest days, Marty Wilde knows what he’s talking about when it comes to music.