Song Travels with Michael Feinstein Returns to Classical 91.5 on May 3!

Song Travels with Michael Feinstein Returns to Classical 91.5 on May 3!

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5/3       Christine Ebersole  Tony Award-winning   actress/vocalist   Christine Ebersole has been a stage and screen presence for more than 30 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?

5/10      Patti Austin Vocalist Patti Austin made her debut at age four at the Apollo Theatre. In her career she has been a prolific session musician and a top performer on commercials which earned her the moniker Queen of the Jingles. Her duet partners include Michael Jackson, George Benson, Luther Vandross, and Johnny Mathis. Austin joins Feinstein to talk about their mutual admiration for Quincy Jones, Sammy Davis, Jr., and the Gershwins.

5/17      Diane Schuur  Blessed with perfect pitch and a resonant voice, vocalist and pianist Diane Schuur received her training at the Washington State School for the Blind.  Today Schuur is a two-time Grammy winner and has performed at Carnegie Hall and the White House. Her album Diane Schurr and the Count Basie Orchestra spend 33 weeks at Number One on the Billboard jazz charts.  On this week’s show, she swings on a few favorite tunes including I Get Along Without You Very Well and The Very Thought of You.

5/24      Tom Wopat  Actor and vocalist Tom Wopat rose to fame when he was cast in the role of Luke Duke on the iconic TV show, The Dukes of Hazzard. More roles soon followed, including the TV show Cybil and the touring production of Annie Get Your Gun. He also made a cameo appearance in the 2012 film Django Unchained. Wopat has also honed his craft as a songwriter and recording artist as well. On this Song Travels, he performs a set of his interpretations from the Great American Songbook.

5/31      Richard Sherman  Composer Richard  Sherman  and  his  brother, the late Robert Sherman, formed one of Walt Disney’s most renowned songwriting teams. The pair composed scores and memorable songs for classic films including Mary Poppins, The Jungle Book, Parent Trap, and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Their accolades include two Academy Awards, two Grammys, a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and induction into the Songwriter’s Hall of Fame.