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November 29, 2014 7:00 PM
First thing that might be able to tell you the nature of this Christian soft rock group: all four permanent members of the band consider their work with music to be a part time activity, scheduling it around their full-time work--mentoring teenagers at their church in McDonough, Georgia. This bit of info is useful in understanding what type of band Casting Crowns is and how much their God means to them. The band made a splash in the Christian music scene after releasing a string of well received albums throughout the 2000s and playing contemporary worship services on Sunday mornings at their church in Georgia.
December 01, 2014
December 06, 2014 8:00 PM
Texas actor, comedian and musician Rodney Carrington has made a name for himself as one of the few Southern comedians willing to explore other forms of live performance. Combining music into his humor, Carrington adeptly explores the stereotypes of both country music and country living. Carrington tours frequently as a result of his varied live performances, as well as his consistently released live albums and DVDs.
December 06, 2014 8:00 PM
Aaron Neville has one of the more instantly recognizable voices in the modern soul and R&B era. His career began in New Orleans, Louisiana as a member of the Neville Brothers--a group consisting of him and his three brothers--back in 1977. His successful solo career has seen him utilize his distinctive crooning skills to dabble in soul, gospel, R&B and even some rock and roll. He is perhaps most well-known, however, for the string of duets he performed with Linda Ronstadt, including the 1989 hit, "Don't Know Much."
December 10, 2014 8:00 PM
Irish singing trio the Irish Tenors is one of Ireland's greatest musical exports. Beginning in 1998, PBS producers developed The Irish Tenors series, featuring the singers Finbar Wright, Anthony Kearns and Ronan Tynan. After recording a series of specials, the group has gone on to perform around the world and continues to record albums for holiday occasions.
December 12, 2014 8:00 PM
The Band Perry is a country music group from Ridgeland, Mississippi that is comprised of three siblings that have been performing to substantial commercial success since 2005. Led by the group's older sister, Kimberley Perry, The Band Perry's eponymous debut album almost immediately catapulted the band to the top of the country music charts. Three hit singles and almost a million sold album copies later, The Band Perry is ready and poised to become the next supergroup in American country music.
December 27, 2014 3:00 PM
December 31, 2014
January 02, 2015 8:00 PM
Patti Labelle is an American soul singer who has cultivated a classic catalog over her decades-long career. Getting her start as the lead vocalist of Patti Labelle and the Bluesbelles, she embarked on a solo career in 1977 and introduced herself to the world with her self-titled debut album. Capturing the full spectrum of her vocals, the record garnered critical laudation and catapulted Labelle onto the world stage. Releasing massive hits over the years, such as 1982's "If Only You Knew," and 1989's "If You Asked Me To," she finally earned her first of several Grammys in 1992 for her LP Burnin'. Leading with her powerhouse R&B vocals and virtually ignoring popular music trends, Labelle has managed to traverse the entertainment landscape as a musical icon for over half a century.
January 17, 2015 8:00 PM
Born Arnold Dorsey, UK crooner Engelbert Humperdinck knew early on that he wanted to be a musician, but had difficulty finding success after a decade of singing in night clubs. However, in the late 1960s, after changing his given name to that of the German composer, Humperdinck signed to Decca, which put out his single "Release Me," a track that topped the charts in the US and UK, impressively preventing the Beatles song "Strawberry Fields Forever" from ever obtaining the number one slot in the band's native country. With his smoothly sung lyrics about love and his charming good looks, the singer was bestowed with the nickname "King of Romance," and to this day continues to perform to smitten fans around the world.
January 23, 2015 8:00 PM
Jacksonville, Texas country singer Neal McCoy is one of the few people of color in the pop country music world. Born of Filipino and Irish descent, McCoy has brought a unique perspective to the world of country music. Still maintaining many of the country's favorite themes: blue collar work, drinking and love lost, McCoy grew up being inspired by a musical palette that ranged from disco to soul. McCoy has had considerable commercial success over his long career, and continues to play to large, loyal audiences in and around the U.S.