October 2015 programs for Song Travels with Michael Feinstein

October 2015 programs for Song Travels with Michael Feinstein

Saturdays at 10:00 a.m.

Christine Ebersole (10/24)

Join host Michael Feinstein this month on Song Travels for encore presentations of recent programs, including one with Tony Award-winning actress & vocalist Christine Ebersole. (10/24)

10/3      Rumer (Sarah Joyce) was raised in England and Pakistan, and her sound reveals a deep connection to the ’70s singer/songwriter era, along with Broadway, ’30s jazz, and gospel. This week, Rumer joins host Feinstein to talk about Judy Garland, Burt Bacharach, and old Hollywood. She performs a set including “I Loves You, Porgy,” “That’s All,” and her own song “Come to Me High.”

10/10    Rosanne Cash and John Leventhal Grammy-winning singer/songwriter Rosanne Cash is the daughter of Country music icon Johnny Cash and one of the preeminent artists of her time. On this Song Travels, Cash and her husband and co-writer, John Leventhal, talk about their journey to the South to gather inspiration for their 2014 album, The River & The Thread. Performances include their original music, as well as a stirring cover of Bobbie Gentry’s “Ode to Billie Joe.”

10/17          Johnny Mathis  Vocalist Johnny Mathis started out with a string of hits in the 1950s and quickly became a household name. A two-time inductee into the Grammy Hall of Fame, Mathis has one of the most popular albums of all time with Johnny's Greatest Hits, which spent nearly ten years on the Billboard Top Albums chart. This week, Mathis performs “On Such a Night As This,” as well as "Like Someone in Love" with host Feinstein at the keys.

10/24          Christine Ebersole  Tony Award-winning actress/vocalist Christine Ebersole has been a stage and screen presence for more than thirty years. Her resume includes the musical Grey Gardens, the Broadway production of Oklahoma!, the TV drama One Life to Live, and FX’s American Horror Story: Coven. A recording artist as well as a performer, Ebersole presents a number of her favorite tracks, such as “Two for the Road” and “Shall We Dance?”

10/31          Ryan Bingham  After an unlikely journey from rodeo rider to singer/songwriter, Ryan Bingham now has a Critic’s Choice Award, a Grammy, and an Oscar for his work on the Crazy Heart soundtrack under his belt. This week, Bingham brings his acclaimed songwriting to Song Travels for a stripped down set of tunes from the roadhouse, including his originals “As I Do My Dancing” and “Too Deep To Fill.”