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Winner of a Drama Critics Circle Award, a Tony Award, two Emmy Awards, Grammy Award, a Film Advisory Board's Award of Excellence and a Television Critics Circle Award and many other notable achievements, Steve Lawrence the ever talented, is an American singer who was best known as a member of a duo with his wife Eydie Gorm?, and the two have appeared together since appearing regularly on Steve Allen's The Tonight Show in the mid-1950s.
Having the frail for creativity and born talented, Lawrence, besides having a melodious and sweet voice, is an actor as well. He also appeared in guest roles on television shows in every decade since the 1950s, in shows such as The Carol Burnett Show, Night Gallery, Police Story, Murder, She Wrote, Gilmore Girls, and CSI. In the 1960s Lawrence was the star of a variety show called The Steve Lawrence Show, "the last television show in black and white on CBS. Lawrence also appeared in the last season of The Nanny as Fran's never-before-seen father, Morty Fine. In 1980, Lawrence was introduced to a new generation of fans with his memorable portrayal of blackmailed manager Maury Sline in the hit movie The Blues Brothers with John Belushi.
Lawrence has been awarded a Drama Critics Circle Award and a Tony Award nomination for his performance of What Makes Sammy Run on Broadway (1964), and two Emmy Awards ?one for production?for Steve & Eydie Celebrate Irving Berlin (1978), which altogether won seven Emmys.With Gorm?, he has been the recipient of two Emmys for Our Love is Here to Stay, a tribute to George and Ira Gershwin; a "Best Performance By a Vocal Duo or Group" Grammy Award for We Got Us; a Film Advisory Board's Award of Excellence and a Television Critics Circle Award for From This Moment On, a tribute to Cole Porter. He and Gorm? appeared together in the flop Broadway musical Golden Rainbow, the painful gestation of which is chronicled in unflattering detail in William Goldman's 1968 book The Season. The duo has also won a Las Vegas Entertainment Award for "Musical Variety Act of the Year" four times, three of them consecutively. They have been honored with a lifetime achievement award from the Songwriters Hall of Fame, and in 1995 were the recipients of an Ella Lifetime Achievement Award from the Society of Singers, a non-profit organization that helps professional singers with counseling and financial assistance.
Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme started working together more than 50 years ago on the original "Tonight Show" when Steve Allen was host. They married in Las Vegas in 1957 and have been a full-time show business team since 1960.They returned back with a very popular demand. A video montage of Steve and Eydie's television history and concert appearances opens the evening. Accompanied by a 27-piece orchestra led by Vince Falcone, the Lawrences will once again honor the Great American Songbook when they interpret the music of Harold Arlen, Irving Berlin, Sammy Cahn, George Gershwin, Oscar Hammerstein, Lorenz Hart, Jerome Kern, Johnny Mercer, Cole Porter, Richard Rodgers, Jule Styne, Jimmy Van Heusen and others. Audience members can expect to hear familiar Don Costa, Quincy Jones, and Nelson Riddle arrangements, as the male half of this talented duo performs tunes from his latest album, "Steve Lawrence Sings Sinatra," produced by son David Lawrence who later died in 1986 at the age of 23. Incidentally, for those who have no idea, Falcone served as Old Blue Eyes' conductor for many years.
Considering his personal and matrimonial life, he was born on July 8, 1935 as Sidney Liebowitz to a Jewish family in Brooklyn, New York. His parents were Anna Gelb and Max Leibowitz, a cantor and house painter. Lawrence is described as a "saloon singer" or "swinger," with chart-topping hits that include "Go Away Little Girl" and "Portrait of My Love." He and Gorm? married on December 29, 1957 at the El Rancho Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. They had two sons, the younger one, Michael, died unexpectedly in 1986 of ventricular fibrillation resulting from an undiagnosed heart condition at the age of 23. His other son is David Nessim Lawrence, who composed the score for High School Musical. In the late 1950s, Lawrence was drafted into the Army and served as the official vocal soloist with The United States Army Band (Pershing's Own) in Washington, D.C.
His wife was a onetime big band singer, Turkish-Spanish Gorme, born Edith Gormezano in the Bronx section of New York, is known primarily for dramatic, romantic ballads, including "What Did I Have That I Don't Have" and the Grammy Award-winning "If He Walked Into My Life," as well as her Spanish-language recordings and Latin-sounds, such as "Blame It On The Bossa Nova." In order to make access to their music easier, approximately two dozen CDs of the couple's best recordings have been reissued recently. They truly know how to satiate the true thirst and lust of music, of all their ever praising listeners.
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