“The arts are a way to get that message across.” Philadelphia, the city that introduced Chubby Checker and “American Bandstand” to the rest of the country, has so much dance, Brown said. “The last time I counted, 46 dance companies …
When he got off the road, he managed the Silver Fox in Greenville for more than 20 years, a country club that regularly hosted such headliners as Percy Sledge and Chubby Checker. For decades, Smith worked in the fast-paced world of …
In legal news that could have wide-ranging implications for artists whose names can also be used as genital-themed euphemisms, Chubby Checker has come to an unspecified agreement with the makers of ‘Chubby Checker,’ an app …
Singer Chubby Checker, the creator of the 1960s iconic dance “The Twist,” has settled a 2013 lawsuit with technology giant Hewlett-Packard Co involving a software app which measures a man’s penis size by inputting shoe-size …
Here's a twist: Chubby Checker is suing HP over a novelty app bearing his name that allows users to guess someone's penis size, NBC reports. And size does matter: the singer – real name Ernest Evans – wants $500 million from the …
The musician best known for making the Twist dance style famous has been cleared to sue Hewlett Packard Co over allegations that the company used his trademarked name “Chubby Checker” on a software app that claims to …
Rock legend CHUBBY CHECKER slapped Hewlett Packard with a multimillion-dollar legal lawsuit over a penis-size app. Checker’s lawsuit filed in Florida charges trademark infringement against HP for offering an app on Palm mobile …
He sang the No. 1 song of the 1960s and began a dance performed at millions of weddings. Chubby Checker created a craze in 1960 when he sang "The Twist" on the television show "American Bandstand"and the people of the world …
Don't expect some moldy oldies revue leisurely going through the motions when Chubby Checker plays the Palace Theatre on Oct. 29. "We're a rock band," Checker says of his five-man ensemble. "Chubby plays rock 'n' roll. Like …
The documentary follows the 2013-14 year at South Philadelphia High School, where Marian Anderson, Chubby Checker, and Frankie Avalon attended school, but where there is now no money for a music program. The film suggests the …