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Unbreakable Smile is the title of Tori Kelly ‘s debut studio album, and it literally describes the California native’s onstage presence. But Tori Kelly’s journey didn’t happen overnight. PopCrush had the pleasure of speaking to Kelly recently after wrapping up her headlining “Unbreakable” tour in Los Angeles, where we discussed her career being a family business, the diversity of her fans, the role of social media and more. How are you feeling after your biggest tour yet. Like you said, it’s by far my biggest tour that I’ve ever done. It finally felt like this is the first time that I went on tour and could be so invested in the show. I don’t want to say relief because I could just honestly keep doing shows forever [laughs]. But there was kind of a sense of a chapter closing right after my L. A. show at the Greek which was just a couple nights ago. I just remember feeling like I’m ready for the next phase. It felt like such a big way to end this chapter in my life. Now that you’re back home, what did you miss most while being on the road. I missed my dog [laughs]. Any dog person knows that feeling. I would say my family but I actually got to see them a lot on the tour. They would come out to shows and kind of be on the road with me. I guess I missed not having a set schedule every day. I forgot how structured everything is on the road, which is good and bad. It’s nice to kind of have a sense of normalcy like a job. On the flip side it is nice to have those kinds of days where you don’t have to be anywhere at any certain time. We met your dad, Allwyn, at the Detroit show and he’s a delightful human. Do you still learn from them or have they taught you everything they know since you’ve been doing this for awhile. Even if I wasn’t doing music and we weren’t all so invested in it, I think just as parents, they always say like, “This is all great that we’re working together, but we’re your parents first and foremost,” and I respect that so much about them. They really put family first. All the glitz and the glam and all the different things that we do like all these shows, that’s all amazing but I love that they never put that in front of being good. Source: popcrush.com
On the flip side it is nice to have those kinds of days where you don't have to be anywhere at any certain time. It's no secret how much your parents have supported you on this journey. We met your dad, Allwyn, at the Detroit show and he's a delightful
Aug. 5, '15, is Fred Astaire Day on Turner Classic Movies, as TCM continues with its “Summer Under the Stars” series. Just don't expect any rare Astaire movies, as the actor-singer-dancer's star vehicles – mostly RKO or MGM productions – have been TCM
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Buster Crabbe's chief claim to fame, aside from his Olympic gold medal (for the 400-meter freestyle event in 1932), rests in the trio of movie serials in which he played the popular science-fiction hero Flash Gordon. Crabbe was the only actor to play the roles of Tarzan (in one movie), Flash Gordon, and Buck Rogers, the top three pulp action heroes of the 1930s. Crabbe carved out a career that would also include more than 100 B-movies and program Westerns, a television adventure series, and a successful physical fitness enterprise. All of this and more is detailed in this book, which includes.
Charles Boyer is Michel Marnet, engaged to be married to Lois Clarke (Astrid Allwyn). Irene Dunne is Terry McKay ... In order to prove to themselves their love affair is not just a shipboard romance, they agree to meet six months hence on the top of ...
There was something about his shipmate, Randolph Scott, being blind to the charms of Harriet Hilliard and showing preference for Astrid Allwyn, and there was some added business about a benefit show to keep Miss Hilliard's schooner from being sold down the ...
Delia Jordan's father is murdered and some very valuable jewelry stolen. She hires Michael Lanyard (aka The Lone Wolf), a retired-and-reformed jewel thief to find the killer and the jewels.... See full summary »
Astrid Allwyn, Actress: Mr. Smith Goes to Washington. Lovely Connecticut-born blonde Astrid Allwyn, with her foreign-sounding name and icy countenance, spruced up a ...
Lovely Connecticut-born blonde Astrid Allwyn, with her foreign-sounding name and icy countenance, spruced up a number of 1930s and early 1940s films.
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Astrid Allwyn. Born: 27-Nov-1905 Birthplace: Manchester, CT Died: 31-Mar-1978 Location of death: Los Angeles, CA Cause of death: Cancer - unspecified Remains: Buried ...