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Jake Shimabukuro On Song Travels

The ukulele player joins host Michael Feinstein for a duet of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah."

Jake Shimabukuro In The Studio

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Song Travels' 2015 Holiday Spectacular

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

Song Travels' 2015 Holiday Spectacular

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André Previn On Song Travels

The conductor, composer and pianist reflects on some of his favorite compositions.

André Previn In The Studio

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Ginny Mancini On Song Travels

The singer and philanthropist shares stories of her career and her life with composer Henry Mancini.

Ginny Mancini In The Studio

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José Feliciano On Song Travels

The guitarist pays tribute to Elvis Presley and performs standards with host Michael Feinstein.

Jose Feliciano In The Studio

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Joelle Lurie On Song Travels

The jazz vocalist, songwriter and actress performs songs from her latest album, Take Me There.

Joelle Lurie In The Studio

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Lily Frost On Song Travels

The Canadian singer-songwriter exists somewhere between Regina Spektor and Feist. She performs several of her own songs, plus a Billie Holiday classic.

Lily Frost In The Studio

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Somi On Song Travels

Somi performs her original "Last Song" and joins host Michael Feinstein for "Embraceable You."

Somi In The Studio

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Nellie McKay On Song Travels

McKay and host Michael Feinstein team up for "Pennies from Heaven" and "The Nearness of You," and she performs her original "Beneath the Underdog."

Nellie McKay In The Studio

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René Marie On 'Song Travels'

Marie pays tribute to the late Eartha Kitt by performing "C'est si bon" and "My Heart Belongs to Daddy."

René Marie In The Studio

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