PBS Will Broadcast Concert Evenings with Frank Wildhorn and Mark Nadler

News   PBS Will Broadcast Concert Evenings with Frank Wildhorn and Mark Nadler
 
"66th and Broadway," a performing arts series filmed at the Tisch WNET Studios at Lincoln Center, is returning to THIRTEEN for two new episodes.

The first episode, which premieres Oct. 4 at 7 PM, will feature singer, pianist and comedian Mark Nadler performing "Moon River" and other songs from his 1961-set cabaret act. For more information click here.

The second episode, which premieres Oct. 11 at 7 PM, will feature Frank Wildhorn, the Grammy and Tony-nominated composer and lyricist, performing his best-loved songs, including Whitney Houston's hit "Where Do Broken Hearts Go?" and "A New Life" from Jekyll & Hyde. Wildhorn will be joined by Clint Holmes, Carrie Manolakos and Adrienne Warren.

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