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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


Barbra Streisand's SiriusXM channel returns with a special Town Hall event

Barbra Streisand is returning to SiriusXM! The Barbra Streisand Channel, an exclusive limited-run channel featuring the works of the EGOT-winning (actually EGGOT when we count her many Golden Globes!) artist, will launch Sept. 226 more words


Totally Tony commemorates Tony Bennett’s 90th birthday on Siriusly Sinatra!

SiriusXM and Siriusly Sinatra are giving YOU the chance to win a Tony Bennett: The Complete Collection! See details below!

Frank Sinatra often referred to Tony Bennett as “the best singer in the business.” Their respect for each other’s craft was unmatched. 402 more words


Watch Lady Gaga Croon Sad Jazz Standards at a Surprise Show

Lady Gaga may be on a break with Taylor Kinney, but she’s not sitting at home wallowing in her sorrow and breaking out the Häagen-Dazs. 257 more words