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Entries in Olivia Newton-John (3)

Wednesday
Oct072015

2015 Making Strides Breast Cancer Walk

Team Rothenberg 2013Team Rothenberg 2014It's that time of year again when "Team Rothenberg" will be participating in the "Making Strides" Breast Cancer walk on Long Island on Sunday, October 18!

I walk with many people on my mind...first and foremost my mother, who continues to be cancer free after being diagnosed in 2003. I also walk for my Aunt Rose who's a breast cancer survivor, Bobby Flynn, a wonderful woman I worked with from 1999-2001 in Boston, who unfortunately lost her battle with breast cancer, so I continue to walk for her. I also walk for my friend Carissa Maringo who lost her fight to cancer in 2009 at the young age of 32. Finally, I walk for all those people out there who have been affected by Breast Cancer and for those who can't walk!

If you are able to make a contribution, your support would mean a lot, whether it's $1, $5, $10, $50, $100, or more! Thank you for your time! Click here to donate!

Tuesday
Aug252015

“You Have To Believe": Dave Audé featuring Olivia Newton-John & Chloe Lattanzi

Check out Dave Audé's new video for You Have To Believe, a remix of Olivia Newton-John's hit song "Magic" from the 1980 movie musical Xanadu, featuring Olivia herself and her daughter Chloe Latanzi! With additional lyrics by Chloe, this is one song that will keep you dancing all night long! "You Have To Believe" it's worth watching! Click here to purchase the single and click here to purchase the video!

"You Have To Believe" music video featuring Olivia Newton-John and her daugther, Chloe Latanzi:

Saturday
Oct122013

2013 Breast Cancer Walk: Making Strides

Team RothenbergIt's that time of year again when I will be participating in the "2013 Making Strides" Breast Cancer walk on Long Island on Sunday, October 20!

I walk with many people on my mind...first and foremost my mother, who continues to be cancer free after being diagnosed in 2003. I also walk for my Aunt Rose who's a breast cancer survivor, Bobby Flynn, a wonderful woman I worked with from 1999-2001 in Boston, who unfortunately lost her battle with breast cancer, so I continue to walk for her. I also walk for my friend Carissa Maringo who lost her fight to cancer in 2009 at the young age of 32. I also walk for fellow "Call Me Adam" participants Rue McClanahan and Olivia Newton-John, both cancer survivors, though we lost our dear Rue in 2010 after her stroke. Finally, I walk for all those people out there who have been affected by Breast Cancer and for those who can't walk!

If you are able to make a contribution, your support would mean a lot, whether it's $1, $5, $10, $50, $100, or more! Thank you for your time! Click here to donate!