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Holiday Music

Song Travels' 2015 Holiday Spectacular

Join Michael Feinstein for an hour of yuletide music in this special edition of Song Travels.

Song Travels' 2015 Holiday Spectacular

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Johnny Mathis On Song Travels

The singer performs "On Such a Night As This" and "You'll Never Know" with host Michael Feinstein.

Johnny Mathis In The Studio

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Rosanne Cash And John Leventhal On Song Travels

"I love working with him," Cash says of Levanthal, her husband. "It's the ultimate romance to me."

Rosanne Cash And John Leventhal In The Studio

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"Judy Garland used to live the song, live the lyric and everything else," Rumer says. "So when I sing a song, I have to live the song." Rebecca Miller hide caption

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Rumer On Song Travels

Rumer joins Michael Feinstein to talk Judy Garland and perform from the Great American Songbook.

Rumer In The Studio

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Jay Leonhart On Song Travels

The bassist joins Michael Feinstein for a duet of the Gershwin-inspired "Problem."

Jay Leonhart In The Studio

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Sharon Isbin On Song Travels

Isbin, who trained under Andrés Segovia, is the only female guitarist to win a classical Grammy.

Sharon Isbin In The Studio

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Barbara Carroll On Song Travels

The jazz pianist joins Michael Feinstein to perform the Gershwins' "Isn't It A Pity."

Barbara Carroll In The Studio

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Justin Kauflin On Song Travels

The jazz pianist pays tribute to his mentor, the late Clark Terry, with a piece called "For Clark."

Justin Kauflin In The Studio

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Rebecca Roubion On Song Travels

The Nashville indie-pop singer performs "Vacherie Girl" and James Taylor's "You've Got A Friend."

Rebecca Roubion In The Studio

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Bobby McFerrin On Song Travels

The singer demonstrates his a cappella style and performs songs from Porgy And Bess.

Bobby McFerrin On Song Travels

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