LIMHOF airs TV special honoring health care workers – Newsday

Legends of the Long Island Music Hall of Fame shook up the programming on local news channels Sunday. “Supporting Healthcare Heroes,” a 90-minute, commercial-free music program, featured more than 20 LIMHOF inductees performing on News 12 Plus (channel 61) and FIOS (channel 530) honoring of Long Island’s front-line workers. Read more.

Taylor Dayne Reacts to Postponed Tour, Impact of Coronavirus on Music Industry – Spectrum News

When the world slows down, what exactly does that look like for a still touring 80s international superstar like Taylor Dayne?

“It will pass eventually it will break sooner than later we have to stay in the day-to-day positive. Give yourself gifts of take a bath, dance in your room, turn on things that make you happy,” she said.

One thing that makes Dayne happy is performing. While she loves the newfound time with her kids, at her core, she is a performer.
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L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti, Marcus Mumford, Charlie Puth and Amy Adams Join Richard Weitz’s Starry Zoom Party – Hollywood Reporter

The WME partner and his daughter Demi have pivoted their Zoom concert series from a way to connect during isolated times to a major charitable endeavor that has now raised $300,000 and climbing.

WME partner Richard Weitz’s talent-packed Zoom concert series hit a new high note Saturday — the highest office in Los Angeles.

L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti kicked off the VIP event at 1 p.m. as he welcomed a virtual audience that quickly maxed out at 500, where it hovered for the next three hours as Weitz, 51, and his daughter Demi, 17, presided over the latest pandemic party in a series that has pivoted from a way to connect amid a global crisis to a major philanthropic endeavor. Garcetti, for one, took note and helped confirm the day’s cause: raising money for Cedars-Sinai Medical Center’s COVID-19 relief efforts, specifically to support nurses, employees and caregivers.
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On Stage At Home: Broadway’s Biggest Stars Offer Messages of Hope and Inspiration

How are Broadway’s biggest names adjusting to being at home instead of on stage? Watch On Stage At Home, a special two-night event featuring the best of Broadway sharing how they’re handling the Coronavirus pandemic

Frank DiLella hosts from his home, and the two episodes include personal videos sent by Lin-Manuel Miranda, Marisa Tomei, Kristin Chenoweth, Alan Cumming, Debra Messing, Ben Vereen, Tituss Burgess, Fran Drescher, Matthew Morrison and literally dozens more explaining how they’re coping with being shut indoors, showing off their children, their pets, what they’re cooking, their hobbies, performing songs, and offering words of hope and inspiration.

Taylor’s segment airs 4/12/20.

Taylor Dayne Tells It Like It Is: Theater Pizzazz

Taylor Dayne has long been one of pop music’s most distinctive voices –- which may be why she has sold over 70 million albums and singles worldwide, including her mega-hits “Love Will Lead You Back” and “Tell It to My Heart.” She’s also a devoted single mother of teenaged twins (born via surrogate), the author of a well-received memoir (also named Tell it to My Heart) and an outspoken activist for women’s rights. But, as they say, that’s not all. Dayne is also a Broadway veteran – having played the role of Amneris in Disney’s Aida – as well as a lifelong theater lover. TheaterPizzazz recently caught up with Dayne to talk about these subjects and more. Read more.

Taylor Dayne Says the World Has Needed This Time to Reboot & Heal on ‘I’m Listening: Stay Connected’

Tonight on “I’m Listening: Stay Connected,” Dr. Chris Donaghue was joined by, ‘Tell It to My Heart’ singer & rock icon Taylor Dayne. Dayne discusses how she is channeling her creative energy during a time when resources are limited. She shares that this is a time to be “reflective” rather than creating. Dayne emphasizes how we rarely, collectively have the time to be with ourselves. Read more.