Mara Brock Akil put on a hard hat and got out a hammer and nails to rebuild "The Game" for the BET sitcom's sixth season, which bows March 26.
Hal David, who along with partner Burt Bacharach penned dozens of timeless songs for movies, television and a variety of recording artists in the 1960s and beyond, has died. He was 91.
"Some Lovers," the new Burt Bacharach-Steven Sater vestpocket tuner, takes its inspiration from the dual irony of O. Henry's "Gift of the Magi": Husband sells watch to buy wife combs, while wife…
Master lyricist Hal David receives the Songwriters Hall of Fame's inaugural Visionary Leadership Award.
The 1960s were many things, still debated to this day, but one thing seems clear from a perspective of a half-century; it was a great time for popular music.
Puts the spotlight on Bacharach and David's tunes with just a touch of comedic zaniness for accent.
For those baby boomers who considered the music of Burt Bacharach and Hal David the height of adult sophistication, "Back to Bacharach and David" -- which opened at the Music Box @ Fonda theater…
The Loser's Lounge started off inauspiciously enough -- a loosely knit group of Gotham power-pop and roots-rock stalwarts getting together in Andy Hardy fashion to regale an inner circle of friends…
Burt Bacharach gets the obvious out of the way in the first sentence of this concert tribute: "I find it amazing that this is going down and I'm still alive." The surprising career resuscitation the…