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ARI KAHAN of SwanArchives.org on Brian DePalma’s PHANTOM OF THE PARADISE Today on THE FREAK POWER TICKET (Monday, Jan. 25)
Paul Williams in PHANTOM OF THE PARADISE (autographed production photo, courtesy image) - CLICK TO ENLARGE. Brian DePalma’s 1974 cult film Phantom of the Paradise — a rock’n’roll horror-musical that fuses Phantom of the Opera, Faust, and The Picture of Dorian Gray — has been the subject of multiple broadcasts of KCSB’s [...]
THE FREAK POWER TICKET’s Fund Drive PAUL WILLIAMS / PHANTOM OF THE PARADISE Special Shares Rare Tracks / Info + Autographed Gifts!
On today’s KCSB-FM Fund Drive episode, producer/host Ted Coe will devote the better part of the hour to previewing an upcoming area appearance by performer and musician Paul Williams, who is known for his work as an actor in films and television and even more so for being a singer and award-winning composer (including the Top 40-hit “Rainbow [...]
A 40th-Anniversary Salute to Brian DePalma’s PHANTOM OF THE PARADISE on Monday’s THE FREAK POWER TICKET (June 9)
"He sold his soul for rock n'roll." In 1974, the acclaimed filmmaker Brian DePalma created Phantom of the Paradise, a campy rock opera that has earned true cult status over the 40 years since its release. PHANTOM OF THE PARADISE "fan art" by cartoonist Derek Charm. Reproduced with permission - CLICK TO ENLARGE. Invoking not one but [...]
Of his next edition of "The Freak Power Ticket," host Ted Coe says: "This week, I'll share a longtime interest in the songwriting of composer, singer, and actor Paul Williams. Known as the man behind a pair of chart-toppers by The Carpenters (and other easy-listening hits), Williams is actually quite prolific and influential, worthy of a [...]