Watch 'De-Lovely' Trailer for Tony Winner Sutton Foster's PBS Concert

Watch 'De-Lovely' Trailer for Tony Winner Sutton Foster's PBS Concert

Watch a trailer for two-time Tony winner Sutton Foster's upcoming PBS concert above. Filmed in December at the Appel Room, the concert will debut April 20 as part of the new series Live from Lincoln Center Presents — Stars in Concert. Sutton Foster, Leslie Odom Jr., Andrew Rannells, and Ste
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Red Butte 2018 Summer Concert Series Announced

Gather up your picnic baskets and plastic wine glasses, everyone. The surest sign that our long winter nightmare has come and gone is today—everyone's favorite summer concert venue has released its summer line-up. The season kicks off on May 23, with newgrass (new bluegrass, obviously) bill
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Rodney Crowell has a few 'Close Ties' to share with Cleveland (concert preview)

Rodney Crowell, who was forced to cancel the last of his 2017 tour as he battled dysautonomia, a disease which attacks the central nervous system, said he's worked hard to regain his health. The Grammy winner is at Music Box Supper Club on Saturday, April 14. ( Mark Zaleski / AP file ). Comment.
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Annual concert will benefit those battling cancer

SAYREVILLE – An annual benefit concert for those fighting cancer will be held on April 21 to assist a Sayreville resident and a South Amboy resident. The fifth annual Jammin for Jaclyn concert will take place at the Knights of Columbus Council 2061, 775 Washington Road, Sayreville, from 3:30 p.
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MPA student aims to help CPS with benefit concert

“I get new books every single year. … It was really interesting to me because I just feel like people at Morgan Park Academy, we take for granted the fact that we just get new books every year.” Admission to the concert is $10 for adults and $8 for students with a school ID. Doors open a
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This new summer concert series is coming to a Des Moines park near you

A four-part Saturday afternoon concert series, coined “Summer in the City,” plans to bring culturally diverse music to undeserved Des Moines communities, organizers Tobi Parks and Thomas Kutz, of nonprofit label Station One, said in a news release. Shows kick off May 12 in Good Park with California
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