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You Are Too Beautiful

“You Are Too Beautiful,” written in 1933 by Richard Rodgers with lyrics by Lorenz Hart, recorded in 1963. Johnny Hartman (vocalist), John Coltrane (tenor sax),  54 more words


Written In My Soul hosted by Bill Flanagan brings fans closer to their favorite artists

Bill Flanagan is picking up where he left off 30 years ago. In the mid-’80s, he sat down with Chuck Berry, Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, Mick Jagger and 25 other legends to ask them about the inspirations behind their songs and getting to the core of their artistry for a book called Written In My Soul. 611 more words


Watch Kristin Chenoweth bring our SiriusXM audience to tears with 'Smile'

We knew original Wicked star Kristin Chenoweth would be “Popular” when she stopped by the SiriusXM studios for On Broadway‘s exclusive Artist Confidential — and she brought tears to the eyes of our subscribers during the intimate performances. 80 more words


Celebrate B.B. King's 91st birthday with LIVE concert recordings on Bluesville

B.B. King’s Bluesville (Ch. 70) is celebrating it’s namesake artist on what would’ve been his 91st birthday. What better way to keep his memory alive than with some of his best live performances. 60 more words


Summer Sizzlers Concert: Jason Carder Trio Plays Our Favorites

St. Philip’s In The Hills Friends of Music will present the final concert of its popular Summer Sizzler Series on Sunday, September 18, 2016 at 2:00 p.m. 1,108 more words


A Jazz Chord to say I love you

In the Summertime, the Dilatory Duo were even more idle than usual.

Hard to believe, maybe, but they went Up the Lazy River in a Slow Boat to China. 152 more words

Cavalaire Sur Mer

Hear the surprising way Barbra Streisand discovered the 'Streisand Method' and more from her Town Hall

What’s Barbra Streisand’s vocal technique? Just singing her heart out.

The stage and screen icon celebrated the re-launch of SiriusXM’s The Barbra Streisand Channel with a special Town Hall hosted by her Encore: Movie Partners Sing Broadway collaborator, Patrick Wilson, and she sounded off on everything from her career to politics. 319 more words