Which entertainers that are no longer with us do you miss ?
Do you miss a special entertainer, who is no longer with us, such as Elvis Presley, Luther Vandross, James Brown, Bernie Mac, Tony Curtis, John Wayne ?
There's so many!
Comedian: Bill Hicks (funniest man, alive or dead)
Singer: Johnny Cash
Actor: heath Ledger (his career was only going up...)
Liberace for sure... Earlier this week I was thinking about what a formidable entertainer he was, and that I never did get to see him perform live.
Elvis Presley....I loved him when I was a kid and had so much of his music. I still enjoy his music.
Luther Vandross.....the man with the velvet voice. It was sad that he did not live to accept the accolades of his final album...
I wasn't prepared for anyone to mention Luther Vandross' last album and it brings tears to my eyes, my father passed away a few months ago and one of my favorite memories was dancing with him. He was graceful and a spectacular dancer. And if only I could dance with him again. Thank you Cathy I.
Andy Gibb, he was so beautiful and talented, it hurts me to this day and he has been dead so long now but I still listen to him and wonder why.
In music there's so many but here's several: Duane Allman, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, from Marshall Tucker- the Caldwell Bros, John Lennon most of all.
by lilmissbubbles 8 years ago
What artist's have made the best love songs of our time?
by TheRealTruth 9 years ago
Who should just stop? Entertainers and such who should hang it up.
by Below-average Joe 8 years ago
Kind of random, but does anyone miss a store that is no longer around?Anyone from the Philly/Jersey area will remember Clover (like a KMart, before WalMart destroyed every other store in it's wake). I miss Clover for some reason, probably cause that's where we always went as kids for...
by Angel709 6 years ago
Finish this saying with a new twist: You don't miss the well until____________.The traditional quotation for this is, "You don't miss the well until the water runs dry." Which means we don't appreciate a good thing until it is gone. Can you add a spin on this proverb?
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