What would Valentine’s day be without some music to get us in the mood for romance? Bon Jovi kicks off our mini-concert series for lovers with the Rodgers and Hart classic, “My Funny Valentine” and “Misunderstood,” Vince Gill performs “Next Big Thing” and “Someday,”and from his self-titled release, crooner Michael Bublé performs, “That’s All” and “Fever.”
MICHAEL BUBLÉ WORKED with the multi-Grammy winning producer, performer and Warner bros. Records label executive, David Foster to record such perennials as “For Once In My Life,” “Fever” and “The Way You Look Tonight” to record his self-titled CD release, “Michael Bublé. He also took classics from the 70s like the Bee Gees “How Can You Mend A Broken Heart,” Van Morrison’s “Moondance” and Lou Rawl’s hit “You’ll Never Find Another Love Like Mine,” along with an 80s hits like George Michael’s “Kissing A Fool,” and gave them a 40s spin. Click the “Free Video” button to watch the performance.
Vince Gill holds the notable distinction being the only person to have won five consecutive (from 1991-95) Country Music Association Awards for Best Male Vocalist. He’s also received 14 Grammy Awards. Click on the “Free Video” button to watch his performance of “Next Big Thing” from the CD of the same title and “Someday” of the CD of the same title as well.
Bon Jovi has been together as a band for 20 years. They have sold more then 93-million albums worldwide and have had over two dozen top-40 songs. Their latest album “Bounce” debuted at #2 on the charts, making it the highest debut ever for the group. Click on the “Free Video” button to watch the performance.