James Taylor turns 72 today. To honor that occasion, we revisit his secret Jewish History.
45 years after the release of “Tapestry,” an album that went on to sell 25 million copies, Carole King is the subject of an American Masters documentary. Jane Eisner reveals what King has meant to her and her generation.
James Taylor, whose most recent album topped the Billboard charts, has had a number of Jewish musical pals who have contributed to his music — starting with Carole King.
Who will be impersonating Carole King in the musical ‘Beautiful’? Maht Wells went to find out — by gate-crashing the auditions in Chicago.
Carole King, Tony Kushner and Alan Dershowitz are the subjects of this week’s episode of ‘Finding Your Roots.’ As usual, the show packs a heavy emotional punch.
The next episode of the PBS series ‘Finding Your Roots’ is all Jewish, as we learn about the ancestors of three celebrated Americans: Carole KIng, Alan Dershowitz and Tony Kushner.
At a time when supporting the rights of the accused in deportation and civil rights cases frequently invited harassment, Jewish New York City attorney Carol King was a noted expert on both.
Gerry Goffin, the lyricist who co-wrote some of the biggest hit songs of the 1960s with his former wife and longtime collaborator Carole King, died on Thursday at age 75, King said in a message posted on Facebook.
Somewhere a Broadway purist will dismiss ‘Beautiful: The Carole King Musical’ as just another jukebox show. But rather than present songs out of context, the show provides insight into their creation.
In a reverse case of “Where you lead, I will follow,” a verse from one of Carole King’s countless hit songs, Bostonians trailed the iconic Brooklyn-born songstress around their state last month.