Emmy award-winning musician Adam Schlesinger dies at 52 of COVID-19

Schlesinger also worked as an executive music producer on the musical show at The CW “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” and composed songs for “A Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift of All!”, “Too Late With Adam Carolla”, “The Howard Stern Radio Show” and “The Dana Carvey Show”.

Adam Schlesinger dies of coronavirus complications at 52

Fountains of Wayne, the band he co-founded with Chris Collingwood, earned two Grammy nominations in 2003, for best new artist (many years after the band’s actual 1996 recording debut) and for best pop performance by a group for the Top 40 single “Stacy’s Mom,” a cheeky MTV staple that became the band’s biggest hit. His […]

Award-winning NFL sideline reporter Michele Tafoya on the Olympics, NFL Draft and the coronavirus

“I remember my 9/11 experience, I was at ESPN and ABC at the time, and I was doing hits for Monday Night Countdown, so I happened to be at the game in Green Bay. That was the first game after 9/11, and as I was leaving the field — things were about to start, and […]

Adam Schlesinger, Fountains of Wayne singer, dead at 52 from Covid-19

After success with Fountains of Wayne, Schlesinger continued to branch out, earning Tony nominations for his work on the musical “Cry-Baby” and numerous Emmy nominations for other work, which included collaborations with Stephen Colbert and “Sesame Street.”

Adam Schlesinger: Stacy’s Mom songwriter dies aged 52 with coronavirus

Skip Twitter post by @dashboardmusic I am grasping for the right words. My dear friend Adam Schlesinger has passed away from COVID-19. You know him best through his music. From his band @fountainsofwayn to the countless movies and tv shows he scored, most recently My Crazy Ex Girlfriend (cont’d) pic.twitter.com/to8H4IoLtj

Little Women hydro flask: Editing fail spotted in hit film

Spotted by a Tik Tok user then shared to Twitter, the travel-friendly drinkware is seen innocently placed on the table behind Chalamet as he entertains the March sisters in his sprawling mansion. Clearly thirsty work for a savvy 1860s man, far ahead of his time.