Acclaimed composer Charles Fox, who wrote the music
you probably grew up with, such as the themes for the TV hit shows "Loveboat,"
"Happy Days" and "Laverne & Shirley," will be performing his music and
talking about his exceptional life in music on Sunday, April 28th at the J at 2
Fox also composed the Grammy award-winning song "Killing Me Softly," the film scores for "Goodbye Columbus" and "Nine to Five," and the music for the TV docudrama "Victory at Entebbe." He will talk about his part in a Polish Jewish cultural arts festival and the documentary "100 Cantors--A Journey Home," when he traveled to Poland to the historic birthplace of cantorial music--and that of his father. Don't miss this opportunity to hear one of Hollywood's great songwriters!
The event is part of the Jewish Touch lecture series and takes place at the Stroum Jewish Community Center. More info at http://calendar.jtnews.net/cal2/index.php?eID=8032