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The (stunning) Music of Whitney Houston

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Even with Kristin Chenoworth performing the other side of Commercial Street in Provincetown, it still didn’t stop a standing-room-only crowd for The Music of Whitney Houston last night at PTown’s Post Office Cabaret. With musical director Mike Flanagan (MIke MRF) and the powerhouse vocals of Sheree Marcelle and their band, this was a stunning tribute … Continue reading



New documentary on talented but tortured WHITNEY HOUSTON

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  Hot on the heels of Nick Broomfield’s doc Whitney Can I Be Me which debuted on Showtime TV last summer, comes yet another profile of Whitney Houston,  the talented but troubled singer.    Simply called Whitney and directed by Oscar-winning filmmaker Kevin MacDonald, who previously helmed Marley, this is an attempt to unravel the mystery behind “The Voice,” … Continue reading



Whitney : Can I Be Me

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  With his new documentary on Whitney Houston one of the best selling pop singers of all time, Nick Broomfield with his co-director Rudi Dolezi, tries really hard not to sensationalize her life story, which is nigh on impossible given the facts of all the traumas and dramas that Houston was involved in.  They did … Continue reading



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