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This Grammy-nominated singer is best known for his interpretation of the Great American Songbook, which means he sings classics like "I've Got a Crush on You" and "Where Do You Start." Over the course of his illustrious career, this talented singer and pianist has received significant critical acclaim as well as commercial success. Michael Feinstein is a multi-platinum-selling artist that knows how to put on a great live show, and now you just might have the chance to catch this beloved musician live in concert.
Michael Feinstein will be bringing the best of the Great American Songbook to a number of music venues in the upcoming months. Feinstein has performances scheduled at venues like the Schermerhorn Symphony Center in Nashville, Carnegie Hall in New York, McCallum Theatre in Palm Desert, the Palladium in Carmel, and more. Be sure to grab your Michael Feinstein tickets before it's too late!
Michael Feinstein began playing the piano at the age of five, and he quickly abandoned formal piano lessons in favor of playing by ear. Throughout the rest of his childhood, Feinstein pursued his passion for music and became incredibly skilled on the instrument. After high school, Feinstein performed at local piano bars for a couple of years before moving to Los Angeles in pursuit of a career in music. During the 1980s, Feinstein rose to fame for his dedication to the Great American Songbook, and he would regularly perform classics by singers like Cole Porter and George Gershwin. Fans of traditional pop and classic jazz couldn't help but fall in love with Michael Feinstein's renditions of these Great American Songbook staples, and he soon became one of the most popular live performing acts in the national music scene.
Over the course of his illustrious career, Michael Feinstein has released 28 studio albums, many of which have charted high on the Billboard Jazz Albums chart and the Billboard Independent Albums chart. Feinstein has scored specials on PBS and has written the scores for musicals like "The Gold Room" and "The Night They Saved Macy's Parade," and his diverse career has made him a legend in traditional pop and jazz. If you want to hear some of your favorite Great American Songbook classics performed by one of the best entertainers around, you definitely won't want to miss out on the chance to attend a Michael Feinstein show near you. When you attend a Michael Feinstein concert, you just might get to hear classics like "I Won't Send Roses," "I've Got a Crush On You," and "Up, Up and Away." Whether you first became a fan of Michael Feinstein's Great American Songbook renditions or you have more recently discovered his impressive repertoire, you won't want to miss out on the opportunity to see this talented vocalist in action.
Michael Feinstein has been nominated for five Grammy Awards over the course of his career. He has also earned an Emmy nomination for his PBS television specials, and he has received significant critical acclaim for his NPR series.