Turn on Your Radio

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Turn On Your Radio music_note
Turn On Your Radio (performed by Marc Cohn) music_note Marc Cohn recorded "Turn On Your Radio " for the For The Love of Harry: Everybody Sings Nilsson album. His version is a medley with John Lennon's "I've Got a Feeling " - "I was just subconsciously thinking about Harry's connection to John Lennon , because they were such good friends. I ...


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Harry Nilsson Tribute Concert event_note photo A note from Roger Smith : Many of the photographs used in this article were taken with an early digital camera and are, therefore, not very good. The better quality photographs were scanned from film prints. I have additional print photographs from Harryfest ...
Covering Harry article This article originally appeared in Everybody's Talkin' (Number 15) published in 1998.   by Chris Hahn   Bring up the subject of Harry Nilsson's singing and you'll get little argument. In his early years, Nilsson had one of the sweetest, purest voices ever to engage a ...
Turn On The Radio (performed by Dunn & Rubini) music_note Dunn & Rubini's recording of Harry Nilsson's "Turn On Your Radio ," retitled as "Turn On The Radio," is on the duo's 1976 album Diggin' It .
Turn On Your Radio (performed by Marc Cohn) music_note Marc Cohn recorded "Turn On Your Radio " for the For The Love of Harry: Everybody Sings Nilsson album. His version is a medley with John Lennon's "I've Got a Feeling " - "I was just subconsciously thinking about Harry's connection to John Lennon , because they were such good friends. I ...
Nilsson! theater_comedy From February 15 to April 1, 1998, the Muziektheater in Amsterdam, Holland , presented "Nilsson! " a play based on the life and music of Harry Nilsson .   "Nilsson!" is based on a concept by Bill van Dijk . Developed under the working title of "Late Last ...
A Celebration of the Music of Harry Nilsson event_note A concert titled "A Celebration of the Music of Harry Nilsson" was held at the Roxy on Sunset in Los Angeles, California , on June 13, 1998.   The show opened with children from Topanga Elementary School performing selections from The Point! .   Other performers included Morley ...