Jazz saxophonist James Moody passes away; Nobel Prize concert stays mellow; Paul McCartney played "SNL"
- Jazz great James Moody passed away last Thursday at the age of 85. He had pancreatic cancer. Moody primarily played tenor saxophone but also played flute as well as tenor and alto sax. He is best known for his version of "I'm In the Mood for Love."
- In Norway, the stars were out in full force for the Nobel Peace Prize concert, but it was a rather sedate affair with performances by Robyn, Herbie Hancock, India.Arie, Colbie Caillat and Florence and the Machine.
- Paul McCartney appeared on "Saturday Night Live" this weekend and play a whole bunch of hits.
| December 13, 2010; 11:00 AM ET
Categories: Morning click | Tags: James Moody, Paul McCartney
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