This “Big Band” retrospective features the songs that brought the country through WWII and kick-started the baby boom.
Tune in for a fabulous lineup including the first live broadcast of the SXSW music keynote -- featuring Bruce Springsteen.
Pete Seeger, legendary folk artist and pioneer of protest music, turned 90 in May 2009.
To mark the passing of a man that has been a great friend to PBS, as well as the world, WXXI presents this American Masters film that chronicles his life.
Recorded just blocks from the famed Music Row that he’s largely credited with creating, Atkins gives the audience a master class in playing and performing.
Every day for 5 hours at WXXI, I play CDs. On an average weekday, I play 22 pieces of recorded music. A rough estimate suggests that 97% of the recordings I play are produced in a studio, with the remaining 3% are recorded live in concert.
Chris Botti in Boston, Part 2 features the acclaimed trumpeter performing with a once-in-a-lifetime lineup of some of today’s most popular music artists, including Sting, Steven Tyler, Josh Groban and Yo-Yo Ma.
Get inspired for 2011 by the exceptional members of the Young@Heart Chorus!
During the 1950s, one performer challenged Elvis Presley in chart-topping hits — Pat Boone.