Experience a musical December to remember with GRAMMY® Award-winning artists Tony Bennett, Diana Krall, Michael Bublé, and k.d. lang on Great Performances
Beginning November 24 (check local listings), two of the greatest living jazz singers, Tony Bennett and Diana Krall, unite to honor the legacy of the premiere songwriting duo of the Great American Songbook, George and Ira Gershwin, in the new music special Great Performances – Tony Bennett & Diana Krall: Love is Here to Stay. Behind-the-scenes sequences recorded during the making of their new album, “Love is Here to Stay,” highlight the personal and musical rapport that these two artists have established over the course of their 20-year friendship.
Also beginning November 24 (check local listings), get a front row seat and exclusive backstage pass to superstar singer Michael Bublé’s visually thrilling and musically triumphant “To Be Loved Tour” in the new music special Great Performances – Michael Bublé: Tour Stop 148. The richly atmospheric concert film spotlights Bublé’s charismatic gifts as an entertainer and showcases live performances of the GRAMMY®-winning singer-songwriter’s biggest hits, including “Haven’t Met You Yet,” “Feelin’ Good,” “Home” and “Smile.”
On December 14 at 9 p.m. (check local listings), iconic singer-songwriter k.d. lang performs a 25th anniversary concert celebrating her critically acclaimed 1992 album “Ingénue” from the Majestic Theater in San Antonio, Texas, in k.d. lang – Landmarks Live in Concert – A Great Performances Special. This Landmarks Live in Concert special features an uninterrupted performance of the complete “Ingénue” album, including lang’s GRAMMY® Award-winning hit “Constant Craving,” “Save Me,” “Wash Me Clean” and “Miss Chatelaine.”
Tony Bennett & Diana Krall: Love is Here to Stay, Michael Bublé: Tour Stop 148 and k.d. lang – Landmarks Live in Concert will be available to stream the same day via Passport at pbs.org/greatperformances and on PBS apps. PBS Passport is a special benefit for PBS supporters to access an on-demand library of over 1,000 hours of quality public television programming. Viewer contributions are an important source of funding, making PBS programs possible. PBS and public television stations offer all Americans from every walk of life the opportunity to explore new ideas and new worlds through television and online programming. Contact your local PBS station for details on PBS Passport.