One month after Phil Spector’s attempt to have his second-degree murder conviction overturned was denied, RadarOnline.com has exclusively obtained documents that show the killer has filed another appeal on outlandish… READ ON
With producer Phil Spector, the singer Darlene Love made exactly one timeless pop song, 1963’s “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home).” She sang the song on Letterman every year for almost 30 years. But mostly, she’s spent the the decades since then working as a backup singer. On the new album Introducing Darlene Love, though, she’ll […]
About 35 years ago, Bruce Springsteen and Steve Van Zandt were in Los Angeles when they heard Darlene Love was playing at the Roxy. Love had been one of Phil Spector's go-to singers in the 1960s, powering "He's a Rebel," "Today I Met the Boy I'm Gonna Marry" and other Wall of Sound...
The history of The Crystals’ “He’s A Rebel” is complicated. Though the song was actually recorded by The Blossoms, it was Phil Spector’s desire to be the first producer to the song that would lead to the song becoming a hit when he attached The Crystals name to it. Show More Summary
Deus Ex is arguably the greatest PC game ever made. So how about a Let’s Play of it, with Phil Spector, Sheldon Pacotti and Chris Norden — they only made the damn game. More »
Phil Spector is not getting a second chance at life outside of prison walls. The famed producer’s last attempt to have his second-degree murder conviction overturned was shot down, RadarOnline.com… READ ON
Phil Spector could die a convicted killer now that he must wait six months to learn whether or not courts will consider his appeal in the 2012 murder conviction for… READ ON
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Phil Spector. Too Big To Fail. You Don’t Know Jack. Game Change. Recount. Don King: Only in America. Citizen Cohn. Indictment: The McMartin Trial, if you’re looking for a deep cut. Nothing says HBO like a TV movie based on a media circus—preferably a trial, even better if it’s political—that dominated the news cycle years ago. Show More Summary
(Scott Johnson) Way back when in the vinyl era, Rolling Stone gave the album A Christmas Gift For You From Phil Spector (1963) five stars in its rock and roll album guides and singled out Darlene Love’s “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)” as one of the highlights. Show More Summary
Darlene Love has been singing “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)” on David Letterman’s late-night shows for almost 30 years. She originally recorded the track for Phil Spector’s 1963 album A Christmas Gift For You, first performed the track for Letterman in 1986, and she’s done it during the holidays without fail ever since. Last night, [...]
I was a performing songwriter for years, and there's one thing I know: A really good song doesn't depend on the arrangement. Sure, layers of sound can make or break a popular tune (just ask Phil Spector), but "All I Want For Christmas"...Show More Summary
Phil Spector Mug Shot Photo Shoot 1:17 Phil Spector (still in jail for murder) recently got a new mug shot. Funny Or Die has exclusive footage from that photo shoot. Submitted by: chris_singel Regular Keywords: Phil Spector Mug ShotShow More Summary
Phil Spector, the brilliant music producer-turned-murderer, was sentenced to prison in 2009 for the deadly shooting of actress Lana Clarkson. On September 23, The Smoking Gun published two never-seen images of Spector in prison that have caused quite a stir on Hollywood blogs. Show More Summary
Prison has not been kind to Phil Spector — to the point where the record producer and songwriter is barely recognizable as the Phil Spector we remember. It’s probably the lack of hair. And wigs. The photo in question (which was taken...Show More Summary
Newly released mugshots of Phil Spector reveal that time and prison have taken a toll on the former music producer. Spector is serving 19 years to life for the 2003 murder of Lana Clarkson. These mugshots were taken in October and July...Show More Summary
The public got a new look at Phil Spector Tuesday when authorities release two images of the famed music producer-turned-convicted killer. The 73-year-old, who made headlines for his palette of… READ ON
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Two newly released photos of Phil Spector show the toll of age and prison on the once flamboyant music legend. The most recent photo shows a bald, somber-looking 73-year-old Spector staring straight into the camera on Oct. 28, 2013. An earlier photo of a smiling Spector is dated July 24,...
Music producer is currently serving 19 years in prison for the murder of Lana Clarkson.