Phantom Of The Keyboard
Fans of Andrew Lloyd Webber -- the man responsible for such theatrical smashes as Jesus Christ Superstar, Cats, Evita, and The Phantom of the Opera -- can now get their daily fix of the composer/producer's work in his branded on-line channel.
Partnered with YouTube, Webber's new Really Useful Group site offers clips, interviews, and live performances of his music. The object, of course, is not only to satisfy fans but to make new ones.
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Hopefully, there won't be clips of Webber flops like Starlight Express -- the roller-skating musical about trains -- and the lame movie versions of Evita and Phantom.