Soundstage Season 6
Soundstage Season 6
First Air Date: January 10, 2007
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6x14 Faith Hill - Joy to the World (November 27, 2008)
Working with producers Dann Huff and Byron Gallimore, engineer Allen Sides and Grammy-winning arranger David Campbell, Faith Hill has crafted a one-of-a-kind Christmas record with Joy to the World, freshly conceived yet anchored in tradition. It is a loving tribute to both the spirit and the music of Christmas, one that pays homage to the classics.
6x13 Kenny Chesney (August 07, 2008)
Kenny Chesney has covered a lot of ground – and he believes he’s got a lot more ground to go. The platinum plus Just Who I am, has already yielded two number one singles with “Never Wanted Nothing More,” and “Don’t Blink.” The current single, “Shiftwork,” is a duet with pal George Strait and is Top 5 and climbing. Chesney, the triple and reigning Academy of Country Music and four time Country Music Association Entertainer of the Year sold more tickets in North America than anyone last year, played football stadiums and sang the songs that capture the way people live their lives, dream their dreams and feel the moments that define them.
6x11 Stevie Nicks Pt.2 (July 24, 2008)
Stevie Nicks knows how to put on a show. Part Two of this theatrical evening continues with a perfect mix of favorites like “Landslide” and “Gold Dust Woman” that will leave you yearning for more. During this intimate show, Stevie shares poignant personal memories and the origins of her songs. In long, dripping sleeves and trademark shawl, she breaks into her signature slow twirls, exuding a sensuous stage presence. The hour starts off with a riveting version of “Rhiannon” and ends with an epic rendition of “Edge of Seventeen.” If that’s not enough, Vanessa Carlton joins Stevie on stage for a special duet of Bonnie Raitt’s “Circle Dance,” as well as “The One,” a cut from Vanessa’s latest album. Tune in to watch one of the most prolific and influential women in rock music history at her best! (#1511, 7/24/08, 2200-2300, HDTV, Dolby Stereo)
6x10 Stevie Nicks Pt.1 (July 17, 2008)
In this episode, Soundstage captures a radiant Stevie Nicks in her first filmed solo performance since 1987. Clad in her trademark look of high heels and lace, Stevie boldly kicks off the night with “Stand Back.” Don’t miss a second as she performs songs from her comprehensive career retrospective album, Crystal Visions. Throughout the evening, Stevie elegantly showcases her vocal abilities on “Fall From Grace,” and follows a stunning performance of “How Still My Love” with a cover of Dave Matthews Band’s “Crash Into Me” interpreted through the eyes of a woman. Stevie also beautifully performs “Sara,” a song rarely performed without Fleetwood Mac, before finishing up the hour with an amazing cover of Led Zeppelin’s “Rock and Roll.” (#1510, 7/17/08, 2200-2300, HDTV, Dolby Stereo)
6x09 Bon Jovi (July 10, 2008)
Lost Highway is Bon Jovi's tenth studio album since the band formed in the early eighties. One hundred and twenty million albums and 2,500 concerts in over 50 countries later, Bon Jovi is enjoying the greatest popularity in their history.
6x08 REO Speedwagon (July 03, 2008)
REO Speedwagon - Kevin Cronin (lead vocals, guitar), Bruce Hall (bass), Neal Doughty (keyboards), Dave Amato (lead guitar) and Bryan Hitt (drums) - rolled into 2007 full throttle with their brand new album Find Your Way Home, their first studio collection of new material in more than a decade.
6x07 Josh Groban: Awake Live (June 26, 2008)
Josh Groban burst on to the international music scene in 2001 with the release of his self-titled debut album featuring the hit single, "To Where You Are." His follow up CD "Closer" with the smash hit "You Raise Me Up" brought enormous success to the young singing sensation. He has made scores of television appearances beginning with Ally McBeal and continuing with countless performances on Oprah Winfrey, Good Morning America, The Today Show, two PBS specials, the Superbowl, the Oscars and the closing ceremonies of the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics with an audience of over 2 billion people. His first PBS Special went on to become the No. 1 selling DVD of 2002. On the touring front, Groban started out his now legendary 40-city concert tour (which sold out in a record breaking 20 minutes) and then went straight forward to a two-year arena tour across the US.
6x06 John Fogerty Pt. 2 (February 14, 2008)
The second half of this two-part episode continues on as John Fogerty delivers the timeless essence of his music with an electrifying stage presence and resonating energy. A genuine showman, Fogerty weaves new songs “River Is Waiting” and “Gunslinger” with classics “Green River,” “Centerfield,” “Down on the Corner” and the show-closer “Fortunate Son,” resulting in an unbelievable performance you will not want to miss.
6x05 John Fogerty Pt.1 (February 07, 2008)
Best known as the lead singer/songwriter and guitarist for Creedence Clearwater Revival, rock legend and Grammy winner John Fogerty has made a phenomenal contribution to American music for decades. CCR released 13 hit singles in just five years and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1993. On his newest solo release, Revival, Fogerty incorporates all the best elements of an unforgettable career of authentic rock and roll. Revival features Fogerty’s signature southern growl and blistering guitar work. On this episode of Soundstage, Fogerty presents fan favorites “Bad Moon Rising,” “Born on the Bayou” and “Proud Mary.”
6x04 Daughtry (January 31, 2008)
Use any measurement you like, Daughtry has almost single-handedly given the hard rock genre back its heart. With signature ache and poise, the North Carolina native blends each of his hard-won attributes into a rousing mosaic for the ages. The DAUGHTRY album is also forging unprecedented sales and chart breakthroughs - affirming there is still gold to be mined with a rugged voice and passionate songwriting instincts.
6x03 Lifehouse (January 24, 2008)
With Who We Are, Lifehouse singer-songwriter Jason Wade—along with drummer Rick Woolstenhulme and bassist Bryce Soderberg—gets back to the basics of what made him first form the band while still a teenager in suburban California. With all their radio airplay, multi-platinum sales and awards, Lifehouse is still intent on raising the bar, which makes Who We Are a revelation both musically and lyrically.
6x02 Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers part 2 (January 17, 2008)
For Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, and fans alike, Live from Gatorville is an emotional and electrifying evening.
6x01 Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers part 1 (January 10, 2007)
Catch Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers in this special two-part Soundstage performance as they return to Gainesville, Florida where it all started, to play their first hometown show in 13 years.