Captain Robert Mayne stands at the wheel as he guides the steel-hulled Aqua Quest from the docks in the Florida Keys, pointing the vessel toward what he’s been assured is a gold-laden shipwreck that may be worth tens of millions of dollars.
The Roundabout has struck gold with Terence Rattigan’s 1946 play, “The Winslow Boy.” It returns Roger Rees to Broadway after a long hiatus, perfectly cast as a man determined to defend family honor against extraordinary odds.
Herbie Hancock ’s latest album takes its title from a John Lennon song that imagined a world with no national boundaries. Fittingly, “ The Imagine Project ” features an international group of musicians who recorded songs in cities around the globe.
Graham Nash, lifelong photographer and founding member of Crosby, Stills and Nash is exhibiting a personal collection of photographs at the Morrison Hotel Gallery in Soho, New York and simultaneously at The Men's Market, Manhasset, NY and the Morrison Hotel Gallery Sunset Marquis in West Hollywood. Here he tells stories behind the photos of such rock legends as Johnny Cash, Joni Mitchell and Phil Collins. He's joined by gallery owner Peter Blachley. Nash speaks with Vonnie Quinn on Bloomberg Radio's "The Hays Advantage."
Kanye West’s Messiah complex has reached new heights. The man who once said that people looked at him as if he was Hitler has a new album called “Yeezus” with a one song, “I Am a God” (subtitled “featuring God”.)