August 21, 2014

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OBSESSED!: Dissed by Meg Ryan, Liz Callaway Talks to Her Cat and Becomes a Better Singer

Liz Callaway started her Broadway career in the Sondheim classic Merrily We Roll Along. Despite this pedigree, it appears that she has taken some odd and alternative approaches to her music over the years she claims that her singing voice has improved by talking to her cat and that her signature ending to a Baby tune was the result of a cold. For Seth's weekly column, click here.

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