Curtis Stigers On 'Song Travels'

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Set List

  • Stigers (voice), Fries (piano), "Love Is Here To Stay" (Gershwin)
  • Stigers (voice), Fries (piano), "You Don't Know What Love Is" (Raye, DePaul)
  • Stigers (voice), Fries (piano), "Valentine's Day" (Earle)
  • Stigers (voice), Fries (piano), "You've Got The Fever" (Stigers, Jensen)
  • Stigers (voice), Fries (piano), "I Keep Goin' Back To Joe's" (Fisher, Segal)
  • Stigers (voice), Fries (piano), "Sweet Kentucky Ham" (Frishberg)
  • Stigers (voice), Feinstein (piano), "You Are Too Beautiful" (Rodgers, Hart)

Saxophonist, vocalist and songwriter Curtis Stigers wrote the Emmy-nominated theme song for the TV show Sons of Anarchy. Throughout his career, he's been straddling genres and reinventing jazz and modern standards.

On this episode of Song Travels, Stigers joins host Michael Feinstein to discuss his journey to become a songwriter. Stigers performs his original "You've Got the Fever," and host Feinstein joins him for a duet of the standard "You Are Too Beautiful."

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