Dorothy: “Flawless”

Currently, burgeoning rock superstar, Dorothy, is on her 2018 Freedom Tour. The two-month stint has been selling out venues across the country as the dynamic artist gets fans amped up for the release of her second full-length album, 28 Days in the Valley, the follow up to her groundbreaking, career-establishing, gritty powerhouse, ROCKISDEAD. The upcoming…

Broadway comes to iPlay America for a special holiday-themed event

As a casting director, Stephen DeAngelis has provided over 100,000 jobs for entertainers. Additionally, he has done close to 300 different concerts all over the country, so he’s always looking for special places to host his events —nontraditional venues that are a little more intimate than a large theater. One night, Stephen happened to be…

Spend an enchanted evening with the gifted Doreen Taylor

Fate has a funny way of making things happen. Recently, the multiple award-winning, Billboard-charting artist, Doreen Taylor reached out to Entertaining Options via social media. Doreen is a gifted vocalist and a talented songwriter who has received accolades from CBS, NBC, FOX, The CW, Lifetime, and more. She is also a favorite artist of Bose,…

In photos: Kathryn Dean’s triumphant return to Havana

Kathryn Dean’s voice is powerful and distinct, there are not many vocalists who can perform with such intensity yet make it look so effortless. She writes emotionally charged lyrics spiced with provocative hooks such as “Bad girls make the news” and “I’ll show you crazy.” Between songs, she engages the crowd with devilishly coy banter…

“Rock and Roll Man” is headed straight to the top!

It’s not every day that a joyous, high-energy musical with its sights set on Broadway has its world premiere run in a quaint little Bucks County village. But that’s exactly what’s happening! Rock and Roll Man: The Alan Freed Story, has just entered its final week at New Hope’s storied Bucks County Playhouse, which means…

Jay Siegel’s Tokens to play iPlay America

Brooklyn, 1955: Jay Siegel teamed up with Neil Sedaka in high school to start a group called The Tokens. The quartet, rounded out by Cynthia Zolitan and Hank Medress, recorded “While I Dream” and “I Love My Baby” for Melba Records. Three years later, Neil left the band. In 1961, a reformed The Tokens, now…