Ronnie Spector

"There is a spiritual theme to this record. We were all working really hard, getting ourselves out there, playing the clubs
A day after her 72nd birthday, Ronnie Spector celebrated in the only way she knows how- serenading a sold out crowd with her golden voice. Before an enthusiastic audience, Spector exceptionally performed all The Ronettes hits from "Be My Baby" to "Walking in the Rain."
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Back in 1981, Marshall Crenshaw's single "Something's Gonna Happen" was released on Shake Records, initiating his string of critically acclaimed classic albums and 45s. Now Marshall, celebrating 30 years of music-making, sits down to talk.
Presented here is an exclusive HuffPost premiere of the Jim Bianco single, "Sinners," which just might become your new favorite party anthem.
One exception is the Ronnie Spector "Best Christmas Ever" concert on Friday because she survived being married to Phil Spector
"We've had a love affair for like forty years, Keith [Richards] and I. I told him that it was too bad that I didn't marry him because that would have worked out better for me. Our kids would have had amazing hair, you know?"
It wouldn't be the holiday season without hearing Ronnie Spector Christmas songs rocking around your radio dial. I spoke with the icon and former Ronette frontwoman in the business about the holidays.
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