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WPBS-TV Presents New Music Concert Specials in November 2022

WATERTOWN, NY; November 10, 2022 – WPBS viewers often share how much they enjoy the station’s selection of special programming, which invites audiences to take front-row seats to world-class performances through television and online content. WPBS is pleased to offer an unbelievably varied array of new music concert specials at the end of November 2022. Fans will not want to miss these powerful music concert specials:

Sinatra: A Man & His Music + Ella + Jobim (Saturday, November 26th at 8:00 pm) The third annual A Man And His Music special finds Frank paired with the incomparable Ella Fitzgerald.

Quincy Jones: A Musical Celebration (Saturday, November 26th at 9:30 pm) Sixty years after Quincy Jones first moved to Paris in his early 20s, he still thinks of the city as a second home.

Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance (Sunday, November 27th at 5:00 pm) A global pandemic, a world in lockdown, and the biggest-selling dance show of all time determined to bring joy to the people.

Mannheim Steamroller 30/40 Live (Sunday, November 27th at 6:30 pm) Celebrate 30 years of musical holiday magic and 40 years of groundbreaking “Fresh Aire” compositions with this milestone special from the American group known for blending classical music and rock.

Mariah Carey: Live at the Tokyo Dome (Monday, November 28th at 7:00 pm) Mariah’s historic first show in Japan is captured. With standout versions of classic hits, Carey thrills the starstruck crowd who gleefully embrace every moment.

Doobie Brothers w/Michael McDonald (Monday, November 28th at 9:00 pm) The Grammy award-winning rock band bring the nostalgia and excitement of their 50th Anniversary Tour to the famous New York venue.

Willie Nelson: Live at Budokan (Tuesday, November 29th at 7:00 pm) The American pop-country icon and his ensemble are showcased in this Tokyo concert special for the first time.

Who Hits 50! (Tuesday, November 29th at 8:30 pm) For over 50 years, The Who have been at the very forefront of rock music and still stand true to their badge of honor as “the loudest rock group ever.” In this performance filmed at London’s iconic Royal Albert Hall, the band fired through a mountain of classic hits.


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