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Monday, November 4, 2013

HOWARD KEEL BROADWAY BARITONE

CHERISHING OUR VALLEY              2013


Live musical theater was once a major factor in American entertainment. "Musicals" introduced popular songs that nearly all people in our nation could sing.Without modern amplification systems, performers needed to have strong stage-presence to project their voices. One such performers was Sherman Oaks based baritone, Howard Keel. His "macho" image plus a great voice made him a major American star.  Later Keel would earn additional credits through his television roles on the CBS television series Dallas (1981 to 1991).

HOWARD KEEL (Harry Clifford Keel)
(April 13, 1919 – November 7, 2004)

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