Engelbert on iheart Radio
Engelbert chats with man of the moment Paul Cashmere
Bob Rogers Interviews Engelbert Humperdinck
Listen to Engelbert as he chats with legendary DJ Bob Rogers on Sydney 2CH
They discuss the upcoming Australian tour and how he has family in Sydney
Engelbert on iHeartRadio
Listen here as Engelbert chats with the man of the moment Paul Cashmere
ATTENTION AUSTRALIA Engelbert's personal message to his fans downunder
Hello Australia from the Legendary Engelbert Humperdinck
Engelbert Humperdinck Shares An Address With Hugh Hefner And Woody Woodpecker
by PAUL CASHMERE on AUGUST 25, 2015, Noise 411
Engelbert Humperdinck has some interesting company cohabitating his Hollywood Walk Of Fame address on Hollywood Blvd.
Engelbert’s Walk of Fame star at 7000 Hollywood Blvd shares an address with Tom Hanks, Hugh Hefner and even Woody Woodpecker.
Since October 23, 1989 Engelbert Humperdinck has been stoned outside the famed Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel at 7000 Hollywood Blvd as one of the Stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
7000 Hollywood Blvd honors some huge names in showbiz and Engelbert is in good company. When you arrive outside the Hollywood Roosevelt, other stars you will see include Holly Hunter, Kirstie Alley, Gene Autrey, Angela Bassett, Mayor Tom Bradley, Andrea Bocelli, LeVar Burton, Stephen J. Cannell, Arthur Cohn, Glenn Close, Alice Cooper, Tony Danza, Angie Dickinson, Vin Diesel, Placido Domingo, Dear Abby, Patty Duke, The Everly Brothers, The Fifth Dimension, Pauline Frederick, Friz Freleng, John Fogerty, The Four Step Brothers, Andy Garcia, Berry Gordy, Louis Gossett Jr, Brian Grazer, Monte Hale, Lionel Hampton, Mary Hart, Mariette Hartley, Hugh Hefner, Julio Iglesias, Norman Jewison, Kevin Kline, Patti LaBelle, Jack LaLanne, Walter Lanz, Julie London, Keye Luke, Ed McMahon, Eddie Murphy, Mills Brothers, Liza Minelli, Guy Mitchell, Dudley Moore, Randy Quaid, Brock Peters, Sumner Redstone, Joan Rivers, Soupy Sales, Lalo Schifrin, George Schlatter, David O. Selznick, Dean Stockwell, Cybil Shepherd, Nancy Sinatra, Jacklyn Smith, Jane Seymour, Donna Summer, Ted Turner, Jack Valenti, Vivian Vance, Tichi Wilkerson Kassel, Vanessa Williams, Natalie Wood and Renee Zellweger.
Engelbert Humperdinck dates
October 25, Perth, Crown Theatre
October 29, Melbourne, Palais Theatre
October 31, Sydney, State Theatre
November 2, Gold Coast, Jupiters Casino
Humperdinck brings world-renowned talent to suburbs
Engelbert Humperdinck is a powerhouse. He performed on "The Late Show with David Letterman," sang "The Star-Spangled Banner" at the 1996 Daytona 500, and has performed in the most prestigious venues across the world.
He could go anywhere. And he's coming here.
Humperdinck will perform 8 p.m. Aug. 21 at the Rialto Square Theater in Joliet.
With over 150 million records sold, Humperdinck has found success with audiences around the world. The Golden Globe Award-winning singer's top hits include "Release Me," "The Last Waltz" and the American favorite "After the Lovin'."
His career has been defined by variety, writing songs for charities, including the American Red Cross, while contributing to the soundtrack of 1996 film "Beavis and Butt-head Do America."
Crossing genres, Humperdinck has collaborated with Tony Bennett, Elton John and Grammy Living Legend Award-winner Smokey Robinson, who performed at the Genesee Theatre in 2014.
The Rialto Square Theatre is located at 102 N. Chicago St., Joliet. For more information, contact rialtosquare.com.
Troy Kelleher is a freelance writer.
Rialto Square Theatre, 102 N. Chicago St., Joliet
Tickets: Sold out
Information: 815-726-6600 or rialtosquare.com
Engelbert Interview on Australia's Sunrise
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On This Day: 25 Years Ago
Caring crooner Engelbert Humperdinck is backing the battle to save an old people's home from closure.
The international singing superstar turned up at De Montfort House, Narborough Road, Leicester, on Saturday, to show his support.
He said: "It is absolutely vital that this place stays open, because it provides such a marvellous service for the elderly.
"I've been really touched by the standard of care here. When you get old, you need expert help and the company of others in the same situation. Loneliness is a terrible thing."
De Montfort House, which caters for 51 residents, is one of four homes in Leicestershire that the County Council are considering closing down.
The council claims De Montfort, like the three others shortlisted, has a high level of vacancies, unsuitable accommodation, a bad location and is in a poor state of repair.
But Mrs Wendy Derbyshire, whose father lives at the home, said:
"We're determined to fight this all the way. My dad loves it here and doesn't want to move because of the friendly atmosphere."
She added that a decision will be taken on the home's future in November. Already a 600-strong petition has been handed to officials at County Hall.
By Leicester Mercury | Posted: July 30, 2015
Engelbert Humperdinck - Live In South Africa November 2015
Legendary Engelbert Humperdinck will be performing in South Africa at the Grand Arena, Cape Town for one show only on 21 November, followed by two shows at the Teatro at Montecasino on 24 and 25 November. Shows begin at 20h00 and tickets are now on sale at www.showtime.co.za
Engelbert Humperdinck films at Westgate; tours Graceland presents ELVIS: THE EXHIBITION
Las Vegas Informer, July 23, 2015
Legendary international superstar Engelbert Humperdinck was at the Westgate for three days last week filming segments for a documentary being produced about his life and his 50-year career. The handsome entertainer with the golden voice, who still tours the world playing to sold-out crowds, filmed scenes on the stage of the main showroom, where he was a major headliner attraction for nearly a decade when the hotel was the Las Vegas Hilton.
Engelbert also toured Graceland presents ELVIS: THE EXHIBITION at the hotel and filmed a segment there as well. He and Elvis were good friends and they often attended each other’s shows and spent time together backstage. Elvis confided to his bodyguard that Engelbert was “like the twin brother he had lost at birth.” Indeed, the two bore a striking resemblance to each other and even dressed similarly on stage. But Engelbert had the unique hairstyle first- he came on the music scene and gained recognition with his unusual name and his long black sideburns, the latter of which Elvis “stole” from Engelbert, which Engelbert enjoys teasing about today. The tour of the museum was very nostalgic for him and he enjoyed it immensely.
Engelbert just returned from a tour of England, Israel, and Belgium and he heads to Chile next week to perform.