Preview Katharine McPhee’s Soundstage special, premiering this month on PBS

The PBS Soundstage concert special featuring Katharine McPhee is set to premiere this month in many markets, as early as April 12th! Scheduling varies depending on your local PBS station. Check your local listings to find out when the concert will air in your area.

Preview the special now with the video above of Katharine singing her signature rendition of “Somewhere Over the Rainbow.”

Katharine is no stranger to PBS specials, having guested on Foster and Friends and Chris Botti in Boston. In this jazz-filled installment of Soundstage, she gets the spotlight to herself (with a little help from her friends David Foster, Eric Benet, and Frederic Yonnet) performing selections from her fifth studio album, ‘I Fall In Love Too Easily.‘

Preview Trailer & Images

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  1. I saw the special. I love Katherine and her fabulous voice. I didn’t like how people dressed her for what they wanted to see – provocative. The music: if you’re to sing jazz with that beautiful, ditch the strings then get one of the beat quintets you can find who will play around you, not the other way around. Then go out on that stage and belt those songs out that need to be belted. Sing the rest from your soul not a producers. Risk it all! You’re a star. Go out and claim that title with your voice and style, not someone elses. David will have you singing old songs forever. You’re young. Sing your heart out for whatever makes your heart ache with pain, but also, joy.

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