It is Friday morning….Are you watching Bold?
The following tweet came from Bold on Thursday!
Tomorrow @carriesheffield @clayaiken @jbinckes and @ozsultan will discuss if/how @realDonaldTrump can unite the country. Can he? #BoldTV
If you click on the site, besides the message, there is also an easy poll. I am glad that Bold wants to hear from their followers and know how we feel.
I am looking forward to watching Bold. I am sure it will be a great show, filled with lots of “hot” topics!
Let us know what you think of the show!
Have you ever heard of the songwriting team of Francis Lai and Carl Sigman? These two talented men wrote the beautiful song, Where Do I Begin from the movie, Love Story. Both men have written many songs and are famous for beautiful movie music.
Francis Lai was born in April of 1932, in France. This wonderful musician has written the music for more than 100 films and composed over 600 songs. He is most famous for composing the music to A Man and a Woman (1966), Love Story (1970), Stranger Than Fiction (2006), and Ocean’s Thirteen (2007).
In 1970 Francis Lai won the Academy Award and the Golden Globe for Best music, Original Score for the film Love Story.
Carl Sigman was a lyricist who collaborated with many composers, but is known the most for his work with Big Bands and their leaders, including Glenn Miller, Duke Ellington, and Guy Lombardo.
Some of Sigman’s best-known songs are Pennsylvania 6-5000, Ebb Tide, and Where Do I Begin.
Carl, who was born in Brooklyn in 1909, passed away in September of 2000.
During February and March of 2011, Clay Aiken traveled the US on his Tried & True Tour. He surprised the audiences by starting each concert behind the curtain, singing the theme song from Love Story – Where Do I Begin. It was a perfect way to start a beautiful concert.
The song was first introduced as an instrumental theme.
The lyrics were added after the theme music became popular.
I hope you enjoy this beautiful YouTube of Where Do I Begin
I have never heard this song performed with such heart-felt emotions until Clay! He reaches down to his soul with that glorious voice! Thank you for sharing the montage of OMC!