Tuning Into Favorite Music

Whether you’re a classical enthusiast or you think popular song rocks, possibilities are among the very best locations to discover the music you enjoy isn’t the radio-it’s your TELEVISION.

Americans across the nation now state they find out about brand-new music, view performances as well as record their preferred tunes from TELEVISION. In addition, telecasted concerts have actually ended up being a terrific excuse for loved ones to gather and listen to favorite music. So exactly what’s hot on TELEVISION this season? Here’s a look at some upcoming performances. They’re being telecasted as part of PBS’ March fund-raising period:

– “Barry Manilow: Music and Passion”- Superstar Barry Man-ilow’s hit Las Vegas show is an exciting, diverse production that includes contemporary hi-tech music and results combined with the classic home entertainment worths of Las Vegas legends such as Sinatra, Presley, Davis and Martin.

– “Chris Botti Live”- Acclaimed trumpeter Chris Botti is thought about a virtual genre-of-one in the realm of modern jazz. His latest album, “To Love Again,” is the motivation for this brand-new concert, a wonderful evening with a star-studded lineup: Sting, Jill Scott, Paula Cole, Burt Bacharach, Renee Olstead, Paul Buchanan and Gladys Knight.

– “The Four Tops 50th Anniversary Celebration”- Friends and peers joined the Four Tops as they celebrated 50 years in the entertainment industry with an all-star performance at the renowned Detroit Opera House. Hosted by Nick Ashford and Valerie Simpson, visitor stars include Mary Wilson, Aretha Franklin, Dennis Edwards and the Temptations Review, Paul Rodgers and James Carter.

– “Queen and Paul Rodgers: Return of the Champions”- Queen’s 2005 world trip was among the live performances of the year, with Paul Rodgers (Free and Bad Company) entering the famous Freddie Mercury’s shoes alongside Brian May and Roger Taylor. The amazing program consists of all the Queen classics, including “We Will Rock You,” “Under Pressure,” and “We Are the Champions,” as well as Rodgers’ anthem, “All Right Now.”

– “Great Performances: Andrea Bocelli: Amore Under the Desert Sky”-Opera tenor Andrea Bocelli has become one of the most famous and beloved singers in the world. In his new unique, Bocelli carries out tunes from his forthcoming album “Amore.” Featured are duets with 2001 Tony-award winner Heather Headley.

PBS music specials also feature Barbra Streisand, the Smothers Brothers, Judy Collins, Daniel O’Donnell, Patti Page, John Sebastian and others.

Americans throughout the country now say they discover out about brand-new music, see performances and even tape-record their favorite songs from TV. In addition, telecasted shows have become a terrific excuse for buddies and households to collect and listen to favorite music. – “Great Performances: Andrea Bocelli: Amore Under the Desert Sky”-Opera tenor Andrea Bocelli has actually ended up being one of the most famous and precious singers in the world.