The story of “Tea For Two,” an old fashioned 1920’s standard transformed into a modern musical miracle by a master of jazz improvisation, Anita O’Day.
Rescued from a trash can, only to be repeatedly rewritten, the story of “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas.”
From the tragic tale of a talent taken too soon to a dream of 1950’s desegregation, the story of George and Ira Gershwin’s “They Can’t Take That Away From Me.”
Let’s Face The Music looks at the evolution of “My Favorite Things,” from Broadway hit to avant-garde jazz single to film musical sensation.
Let’s Face The Music looks at the writing, recording, and legacy of Billie Holiday’s anti-lynching anthem, “Strange Fruit.”
Mary Mancini, Chair of the Tennessee Democratic Party and long-time activist, details her fantasy funeral featuring an appearance by BeyoncÃ© and the man who gave us Common Sense.
Songwriter and vocalist Caitlin Rose takes us through an elegant evening of laughter, tears, martinis, and dancing for her fantasy funeral.
Jasmin Kaset, songwriter and vocalist shares her fantasy funeral full of humor, John Hartford, and future hauntings.
Nathanael Mehrens, creator of Matchless coffee soda and co-founder of the Stay Golden cafes, shares his nature-themed fantasy funeral.
Kyshona Armstrong, songwriter and vocalist, reveals the plan for her fantasy funeral — complete with an appearance by Oprah Winfrey.
Sarah Souther, creator of Nashville’s Bang Candy Company, describes the vision of her fantasy funeral as a jolly event full of laughter and beauty.
Elizabeth Williams, designer and one half of art studio New Hat, details the vision for her fiery fantasy funeral, including the mushroom suit in which she would like to be buried.