Barbara Carroll On Song Travels New York's grand dame of jazz piano boasts a career spanning seven decades. She joins Michael Feinstein to perform the Gershwins' "Isn't It A Pity."
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Barbara Carroll In The Studio

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Barbara Carroll On Song Travels

Barbara Carroll On Song Travels

Barbara Carroll In The Studio

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Set List

Carroll (piano), "Very Early" (Evans)

Carroll (piano), "No Moon At All" (Evans, Mann)

Carroll (voice, piano), "I Wonder What Became Of Me" (Arlen, Mercer)

Carroll (piano), Theme from The Bad And The Beautiful/"Laura" (Racksin)

Feinstein (voice), Carroll (piano), "Isn't It A Pity" (Gershwin)

Feinstein (voice), Carroll (piano), "Moments Like This" (Lane, Loesser)

Jazz pianist Barbara Carroll is regarded as New York's grand dame of jazz piano. Her career has spanned seven decades and includes everything from appearances in concert halls worldwide to a remarkable 24-year run at Bemelmans Bar in the Carlyle Hotel.

Carroll performs regularly in New York with bassist Jay Leonhart. On this episode of Song Travels, she plays "No Moon At All" and joins host Michael Feinstein for "Isn't It A Pity."

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