Keith Chagall’s tune “Sail On Betsy Ross” Honors JFK

Keith Chagall - Sail on Betsy RossIf you missed the edition of “Carolyn Fox’s Hollywood Spotlight” featuring special in-studio guest Keith Chagall, no worries.  Just click on the link at the end of this blog to hear the entire show.

Keith is a talented singer, songwriter, and all-round musician whose new single, “Sail On Betsy Ross” remembers the best o John F. Kennedy’s Presidency, and the fateful day in November 50 years ago that tragically ended it.  The song has been number one most added on the FMQB Adult Contemporary Chart on radio, ahead of Lady Gaga and Katy Perry.  This fresh new tune, that brings in vintage sounds like  Beatles, Beach Boys, and Chicago, would make a perfect last-minute holiday gift.

Keith Chagall will also appear on and upcoming broadcast of “The Read Housewives of Beverly Hills,” as well as “Vanderpump Rules.”  On those shows, he’ll perform a new song, “Forget About It,” but the broadcast debut of the song was on “Carolyn Fox’s Hollywood Spotlight.”  You can hear a podcast of the entire show here:

About carolynfoxshollywood

Host of "Carolyn Fox's Hollywood Spotlight," a nationally syndicated broadcast radio show airing in Los Angeles Friday at midnight on 1580 AM. This weekly show features new music, interviews with the artists who make it, as well as stars in all areas of the entertainment industry. Tune in or click on CFoxRocks.com to hear what's hot in Hollywood.
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