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    Guiding Light's Ron Raines at the Tony Awards. (Updated)

    Monday, June 01 2009

    Updated: June 1.

    Unfortunately, has just heard that the Jerry Herman medley will be dropped from the show. We're told that Ron was sad to hear of this turn of events, and so are we.

    Original Article: May 29.

    If you haven't been able to catch Guiding Light's Ron Raines (Alan Spaulding) in any of his recent performances, don't worry, you'll be able to see the accomplished actor and singer performing live on your television next month. He will be appearing at the 63rd Annual Tony Awards in New York City.

    Ron will be performing in a special medley tribute to 77 year old composer and lyricist Jerry Herman. This year, Herman will be receiving a Lifetime Achievement Award. His contributions to Broadway include hits like "Mame," "La Cage aux Folles" and "Hello, Dolly!" The theater community will be gathering at Radio City Music Hall to honor Herman and the other stars of Broadway past and present during the annual ceremony.

    The Tony Awards will air on Sunday, June 7 on CBS. Please check your local listings for details.

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    Posted by bigmama2x at Friday, June 05 2009 05:12 AM

    thats good new for him. now the guilding light whants to stop the show. thats bad to do.happy for him he a good men, he should not make james like him. james needs to be good not bad.hope james stay with the show. and alan to. phyilp to.

    Posted by Sandy Porath at Wednesday, June 24 2009 11:58 AM

    What is the status of Guiding Light? Have you found a new home for it? We all want to hear about what is going on to save it. We do not want to hear the word canceled.
    I have been watching 49 years, they are all part of my life. I have never miss an one show.
    Thank you
    S. Porath

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