When everyone was finally seated in the sold-out theater, the lights dimmed over the hushed audience and a full, 20-piece orchestra began playing an overture of the hit songs by the pair.
Steve and Eydie, he in a tuxedo and she in a dazzling blue pants suit topped by a matching blue sequined jacket, stepped onto the 45-year old, rotating stage and received a grand ovation. Then their blend of classy
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