Actress and singer Molly Ringwald, who starred in the film Pretty In Pink celebrates her 51st birthday today.
Pretty In Pink writer and co-executive producer John Hughes, who also created such classic films like Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast Club and Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, was also born on this day. He would have celebrated his 69th birthday today.
Lastly, a PIP anniversary takes place on February 28, which marks 33 years since the film’s U.S. release.
R&B singer and songwriter James Ingram, a double Grammy winner and two-time Oscar nominee, who in the 1980’s and ’90s was best known for hits like “Just Once,” “I Don’t Have the Heart,” “Baby, Come to Me” with Patti Austin and “Somewhere Out There” with Linda Rostandt, has died. He was 66.
Here are just some of Ingram’s classic songs. May he and his soulful voice Rest In Peace. 🎤📻🎵 📺
Wishing you and yours a blessed, Merry Christmas! ❤️🎄🎁🎅💚
I grew up listening to Pop music because this was the music genre my older siblings would listen to. Donny Osmond is only one of three Pop male vocalists whose voice is timeless and still one of my favorites. ☺️ 🎤🎵 💜
In honor of @olivianj ‘s 70th Birthday today, here a few of her classic songs, which are some of my favorites. 🎂😃🎤🎵💜
Just because it’s Monday. Have a great week! 🎤🎵😄
I was remembering my childhood crush on Rick Springfield and how his music always made me feel better. 😍🎵🎤🎸📺😊