Phoenix, AZ – You may not know the name Mick Jones (born December 27, 1944), but you certainly know the name of his band – Foreigner! And if you’re familiar with Foreigner then you know the sound of Mick’s amazing guitar work and songwriting capabilities. He wrote their most successful single, “I Want to Know what Love Is,” along withRead More »
Phoenix, AZ — Ask anyone who works for <a href="http://www.godaddy le prix de viagra au maroc.com/” title=”Go Daddy”>Go Daddy.com and they’ll tell you – the Christmas Party is not to be missed! This year, the powers that be booked Chase Field for a concert with Snoop Lion, aka Snoop Dogg, aka Snoop Doggy Dogg, aka Calvin Broadus to his mom! Ke$ha was also on hand to get the crowd going.Read More »
Phoenix, AZ – There just aren’t too many things more exciting than a Bobby Flay (born December 10, 1964) cooking demo. The Food Network star, chef and restaurant owner recently presented at the Phoenix Country Club, where we caught him in action. Flay was very easy to work with and fun to watch! Bobby Flay turns 49 today. We’re sure your birthday cake will be delish!Read More »
Tucson, AZ – Today marks what would be the 91st birthday of legendary Peanuts cartoonist Charles “Sparky” Schulz! I had the pleasure of working with him 25 years ago on a live-action / animation film entitled “The Girl in the Red Truck.” The girl in the title was played by Charles’s daughter Jill. It was a family affair indeed, as his son Monte co-wrote the screenplay. We’re standing in front of a prop cactus, created to serve as the home of the animated character “Spike,” Snoopy’s Arizona-based brother. Meeting Charles Schulz was one of the highlights of my career. (As for the glasses? Hey, it was the ’80s…)
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Tempe, AZ – You may know Iron Man as a superhero, but these folks are heroes in their own right by finishing in the top seven in the recent Ironman Arizona race. Pictured here are Ritch Viola and winners of Team Empower from Smile Train, a non-profit group dedicated to fixing cleft lips and other facial deformities in children. Each Smile Team member was encouraged to raise $5,000, but many went further than that. One team member raised over $40,000. As you can see, a great time was had by all and we were thrilled to be able to “finish” in our own way with these remarkable athletes!
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Dallas Texas – Life’s been good for Joe Walsh. He’s 66 years old today, one of the most versatile lead performers and sidemen around (sometimes during the same performance), an experienced actor and related by marriage to Ringo Starr (they’re married to sisters). While most people know him for such songs as “In the City” and “Rocky Mountain Way,” as well as his on-again-off-again tenure with the Eagles, Joe’s musical history goes back to the early 70s in Ohio with the James Gang and songs like “Funk 49 and “Walk Away.”Read More »
Phoenix, AZ – Please meet 2013 Senior Adult World Champion Hoop Dancer Brian Hammill of Native Spirit Dancers. Here he is at the recent Arizona State Fair, in one of three shows daily for the record-attendance crowds. A Wisconsin Native of the Ho-Chunk tribe, Brian calls New River home these days – when he’s home, which isn’t often. Recent gigs around his fair performances included appearances at Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort and JW Marriott Desert Ridge. Boy, talk about jumping through hoops!Read More »
Phoenix, Arizona – Robert Michael “Rob” Schneider (born October 31, 1963) is an American actor, comedian, screenwriter, and director. Peter was relaxing at home in his “birthday suit” when he received a last minute call to photograph Rob Schneider at the Arizona Biltmore – in twenty minutes! Without hesitation, Peter said yes, grabbed his camera and immediately headed to the Biltmore – after getting dressed, of course!
For those interested in seeing more photos of celebrities, please visit: Peter Jordan Photography’s “CELEBRITY ENTERTAINERS” photo gallery.
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Monterey, California – Wynton Learson Marsalis (born October 18, 1961) is a trumpeter, composer, teacher, music educator, and Artistic Director of Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City, United States. Peter has photographed the internationally acclaimed trumpeter/educator performing at the Monterey Jazz Festivals on several occasions – with each uplifting show delivered in classic Marsalis style.Read More »
Phoenix, Arizona – André Léon Marie Nicolas Rieu (born 1 October 1949) is a Dutch violinist, conductor, and composer best known for creating the waltz-playing Johann Strauss Orchestra. Andre Rieu and his orchestra of 100+ musicians in period costumes gave a picture-perfect performance at the Comerica Theatre in Phoenix with a guest appearance by Paul Anka (because Paul’s wife is a huge fan of Andre) singing “My Way – which he wrote for Frank Sinatra. It was nice to among the minority in the room not receiving social security – for a change!Read More »